Article (Commentary)Parkin S & Adderley WP (2017) Correction to: The Past Ubiquity and Environment of the Lost Earth Buildings of Scotland. [Commentary on: Parkin, S.J. & Adderley, W. Hum Ecol (2017) 45: 569. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-017-9931-4] Human Ecology, 45 (6), pp. 885-885.
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Article in JournalParkin S & Adderley WP (2017) The Past Ubiquity and Environment of the Lost Earth Buildings of Scotland, Human Ecology, 45 (5), pp. 569-583.
Article in JournalMills C & Adderley WP (2017) Occupational Exposure to Heavy Metals Poisoning: Scottish Lead Mining, Social History of Medicine, 30 (3), pp. 520-543.
Article in JournalMills C, Simpson I & Adderley WP (2014) The lead legacy: The relationship between historical mining, pollution and the post-mining landscape, Landscape History, 35 (1), pp. 47-72.
Chapter (in Edited Book)Gilliland K, Simpson I, Adderley WP, Burbidge CI, Cresswell AJ, Sanderson D, Coningham R, Gunawardhana P, Adikari G, Manuel M, Strickland K, Young R, Namalgamuwa H, Rammungoda UR & Senanayake J (2013) Environment and Water Management. In: Coningham R, Gunawardhana P (ed.). Anuradhapura Volume III: The Hinterland. BAR International Series, 2568, Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 191-227.
Article in JournalWilson C, Adderley WP, Tyler A & Dale P (2013) Characterising the morphological properties and surface composition of radium contaminated particles: a means of interpreting origin and deposition, Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts, 15 (10), pp. 1921-1929.
Article in JournalTerwilliger VJ, Eshetu Z, Disnar J, Jacob J, Adderley WP, Huang Y, Alexandre M & Fogel ML (2013) Environmental changes and the rise and fall of civilizations in the northern Horn of Africa: An approach combining deltaD analyses of land-plant derived fatty acids with multiple proxies in soil, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 111, pp. 140-161.
Article in JournalGilliland K, Simpson I, Adderley WP, Burbidge CI, Cresswell AJ, Sanderson DCW, Coningham R, Manuel M, Strickland K, Gunawardhana P & Adikari G (2013) The dry tank: development and disuse of water management infrastructure in the Anuradhapura hinterland, Sri Lanka, Journal of Archaeological Science, 40 (2), pp. 1012-1028.
Article in JournalGronenborn D, Adderley WP, Ameje J, Banerjee A, Fenn T, Liesegang G, Haase C, Usman YA & Patscher S (2012) Durbi Takusheyi: a high-status burial site in the western Central bilad al-sudan, Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 47 (3), pp. 256-271.
Article in JournalBrown J, Simpson I, Morrison S, Adderley WP, Tisdall E & Vésteinsson O (2012) Shieling Areas: Historical Grazing Pressures and Landscape Responses in Northern Iceland, Human Ecology, 40 (1), pp. 81-99.
Chapter (in Edited Book)Simpson I & Adderley WP (2011) Activities and accumulations: Micromorphological analyses of archaeological sediments from multi-room houses in Finnmark, Norway. In: Olsen B, Urbanczyk P, Amundsen CP (ed.). Hybrid Spaces: Medieval Finnmark and the Archaeology of Multi-Room Houses. Instituttet for sammenlignende kulturforskning: serie B, Skrifter, 139, Oslo: Novus, pp. 267-286.
Chapter (in Edited Book)Oram R & Adderley WP (2011) Innse Gall: Culture and Environment on a Norse Frontier in the Scottish Western Isles. In: Imsen Steinar (ed.). The Norwegian Domination and the Norse World c.1100-c.1400. 'Norgesveldet', Occasional papers, No 1, Trondheim, Norway: Tapir Academic Press, pp. 125-148.
Chapter (in Edited Book)Oram R & Adderley WP (2010) Lordship, land and environmental change in West Highland and Hebridean Scotland c.1300-c.1450. In: Cavaciocchi S (ed.). Economic and Biological interactions in Pre-Industrial Europe from the 13th to the 18th Centuries, Florence: University of Florence Press, pp. 257-268.
Chapter (in Edited Book)Oram R & Adderley WP (2010) Re Innse Gall: A Norse Colony in the Irish Sea and Hebrides?. In: Imsen S (ed.). The Norwegian Domination and the Norse World c.1100-c.1400, Trondheim: Tapir Academic Press, pp. 125-149.
Chapter (in Edited Book)Adderley WP, Wilson C, Simpson I & Davidson D (2010) Anthropogenic Features. In: Stoops G, Marcelino V, Mees F (ed.). Interpretation of micromorphological features of soils and regoliths, Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 577-596.
Conference PresentationAdderley WP (2009) Invited Lecture: Impacts and imprints: Norse landscape management during the settlement of the North Atlantic region. Invited lecture, April 2009, Loyola University, Chicago.
Chapter (in Edited Book)Simpson I, Adderley WP, Thomson AM, Gudmundsson G, Vésteinsson O, Friđriksson A & McGovern TH (2009) Land: Its Organisation and Management at Norse Hofstaðir. In: Lucas Gavin (ed.). Hofstadir - Excavations of a Viking Age Feasting Hall in North-Eastern Iceland. Institute of Archaeology Monograph Series, 1, 1, Iceland: Institute of Archaeology, Iceland, pp. 335-370.
Article in JournalAdderley WP & Young M (2009) Soil Micromorphology in a New Context - the Science-Art Project "Ground-breaking: experience past landscapes in grains and pixels", Frankfurter Geowissenschaftliche Arbeiten, Serie D Physische Geographie, 30, pp. 7-13.
Chapter (in Edited Book)Lawson I, Milek K, Adderley WP, Casely AF, Church MJ, Duarte L, Dugmore AJ, Edwards KJ, Gathorne-Hardy FJ, Gudmundsson G, Morrison S, Newton A & Simpson I (2009) The Palaeoenvironment of Myvatnssveit During the Viking Age and Early Medieval Period. In: Lucas Gavin (ed.). Hofstadir - Excavations of a Viking Age Feasting Hall in North-Eastern Iceland. Institute of Archaeology Monograph Series, 1, 1, Iceland: Institute of Archaeology, Iceland, pp. 26-54.