Jonathan Benjamin
Jonathan Benjamin
Associate Professor in Maritime Archaeology
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Late Quaternary sea-level changes and early human societies in the central and eastern Mediterranean Basin: An interdisciplinary review
J Benjamin, A Rovere, A Fontana, S Furlani, M Vacchi, RH Inglis, E Galili, ...
Quaternary International, 2017
Multi-image photogrammetry for underwater archaeological site recording: An accessible, diver-based approach
J McCarthy, J Benjamin
Journal of Maritime Archaeology 9 (1), 95-114, 2014
Submerged Prehistory
J Benjamin, C Bonsall, C Pickard, A Fischer
Oxbow Books, 2011
Submerged prehistoric landscapes and underwater site discovery: Reevaluating the ‘Danish Model’ for international practice
J Benjamin
Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology 5 (2), 253-270, 2010
A Middle Palaeolithic site in the southern North Sea: investigating the archaeology and palaeogeography of Area 240
L Tizzard, AR Bicket, J Benjamin, D Loecker
Journal of Quaternary Science 29 (7), 698-710, 2014
Seabed prehistory: investigating the palaeogeography and early middle Palaeolithic archaeology in the southern North Sea
L Tizzard, A Bicket, D De Loecker, J Benjamin
Casemate Publishers, 2015
Investigating the submerged prehistory of the eastern Adriatic: Progress and prospects
J Benjamin, L Bekić, D Komšo, IK Uhač, C Bonsall
Submerged Prehistory, 193-206, 2011
Aboriginal artefacts on the continental shelf reveal ancient drowned cultural landscapes in northwest Australia
J Benjamin, M O’Leary, J McDonald, C Wiseman, J McCarthy, E Beckett, P ...
PLOS ONE 15 (7), 1-31, 2020
MEDFLOOD project: MEDiterranean sea-level change and projection for future FLOODing
A Rovere, S Furlani, J Benjamin, A Fontana, F Antonioli
Alpine and Mediterranean Quaternary 25 (2), iii-v, 2012
Heritage management and submerged prehistory in the United Kingdom
A Bicket, A Firth, L Tizzard, J Benjamin
Prehistoric Archaeology on the Continental Shelf, 213-232, 2014
Marine, Maritime, or Submerged Prehistory? Contextualizing the Prehistoric Underwater Archaeologies of Inland, Coastal, and Offshore Environments
J Benjamin, A Hale
European Journal of Archaeology 15 (2), 237-256, 2012
Underwater shell middens: excavation and remote sensing of a submerged Mesolithic site at Hjarnų, Denmark
PM Astrup, C Skriver, J Benjamin, F Stankiewicz, I Ward, J McCarthy, ...
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 15 (4), 457-476, 2020
Underwater archaeology and submerged landscapes in Western Australia
J Benjamin, M O'Leary, I Ward, J Hacker, S Ulm, P Veth, M Holst, ...
Antiquity 92 (363), 2018
A multi-disciplinary approach to researching the intertidal and marine archaeology in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland
J Benjamin, A Bicket, D Anderson, A Hale
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 9 (3), 400-424, 2014
3D Recording and Interpretation for Maritime Archaeology
JK McCarthy, J Benjamin, T Winton, W van Duivenvoorde
Springer Coastal Research Library. Springer Books., 2019
A feasibility study for the investigation of submerged sites along the coast of Slovenia
J Benjamin, C Bonsall
International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 38 (1), 163-172, 2009
A strategy for assessing continuity in terrestrial and maritime landscapes from Murujuga (Dampier Archipelago), North West Shelf, Australia
P Veth, J McDonald, I Ward, M O’Leary, E Beckett, J Benjamin, S Ulm, ...
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 15 (4), 477-503, 2020
Underwater investigations at the early sites of Aspros and Nissi Beach on Cyprus
AJ Ammerman, D Howitt-Marshall, J Benjamin, T Turnbull
Submerged Prehistory, 263-271, 2011
A submerged 7000-year-old village and seawall demonstrate earliest known coastal defence against sea-level rise
E Galili, J Benjamin, V Eshed, B Rosen, J McCarthy, L Kolska Horwitz
PLOS ONE 14 (12), e0222560, 2019
Regulating Scientific Diving and Underwater Archaeology: legal and historical considerations
J Benjamin, R MacKintosh
International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 45 (1), 153-169, 2016
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