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15-Feb-2013Climate instability during the last deglaciation in central Asia, reconstructed by pollen data from Yili Valley, NW China.Zhao, KL; Li, XQ; Dodson, JR; Zhou, XY; Atahan, P
Nov-2007Earliest archaeobiological evidence of the broadening agriculture in China recorded at Xishanping site in Gansu Province.Li, XQ; Zhou, XY; Zhou, J; Dodson, JR; Zhang, HB; Shang, X
1-Mar-2011Early agricultural development and environmental effects in the Neolithic Longdong basin (East Gansu).Zhou, XY; Li, XQ; Zhao, KL; Dodson, JR; Sun, N; Yang, Q
Nov-2009Early bronze in two Holocene archaeological sites in Gansu, NW China.Dodson, JR; Li, XQ; Ji, M; Zhao, KL; Zhou, XY; Levchenko, VA
Jul-2007Early cultivated wheat and broadening of agriculture in Neolithic China.Li, XQ; Dodson, JR; Zhou, XY; Zhang, HB; Masutomoto, R
Dec-2009Holocene agriculture in the Guanzhong Basin in NW China indicated by pollen and charcoal evidence.Li, XQ; Shang, X; Dodson, JR; Zhou, XY
1-Oct-2012Human activity and its impact on the landscape at the Xishanping site in the western Loess Plateau during 4800-4300 cal yr BP based on the fossil charcoal record.Li, XQ; Sun, N; Dodson, JR; Zhou, XY
15-May-2011The impact of early smelting on the environment of Huoshiliang in Hexi Corridor, NW China, as recorded by fossil charcoal and chemical elementsLi, XQ; Sun, N; Dodson, JR; Ji, M; Zhao, KL; Zhou, XY
1-Jun-2009Increases of population and expansion of rice agriculture in Asia, and anthropogenic methane emissions since 5000 BP.Li, XQ; Dodson, JR; Zhou, J; Zhou, XY
16-Jul-2010Millet agriculture in north-central China: evidence from human remains.Atahan, P; Dodson, JR; Li, XQ; Zhou, XY; Chen, L; Grice, K
1-Nov-2011Moisture dynamics in central Asia for the last 15 kyr: new evidence from Yili Valley, Xinjiang, NW ChinaLi, XQ; Zhao, KL; Dodson, JR; Zhou, XY
1-Jan-2013Vegetation characteristics in the western Loess plateau between 5200 and 4300 cal. b.p. based on fossil charcoal recordsLi, XQ; Sun, N; Dodson, JR; Zhou, XY; Zhao, KL