|Looking forward through the past: identification of 50 priority research questions in palaeoecology|
AWR Seddon, AW Mackay, AG Baker, HJB Birks, E Breman, CE Buck, ...
Journal of Ecology 102 (1), 256-267, 2014
|Neolithic agriculture on the European western frontier: the boom and bust of early farming in Ireland|
NJ Whitehouse, RJ Schulting, M McClatchie, P Barratt, TR McLaughlin, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 51, 181-205, 2014
|How fragmented was the British Holocene wildwood? Perspectives on the “Vera” grazing debate from the fossil beetle record|
NJ Whitehouse, D Smith
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (3-4), 539-553, 2010
|The Holocene British and Irish ancient forest fossil beetle fauna: implications for forest history, biodiversity and faunal colonisation|
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (15-16), 1755-1789, 2006
|North European last glacial–interglacial transition (LGIT; 15–9 ka) tephrochronology: extended limits and new events|
CSM Turney, KV Den Burg, S Wastegård, SM Davies, NJ Whitehouse, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2006
|Neolithic farming in north-western Europe: archaeobotanical evidence from Ireland|
M McClatchie, A Bogaard, S Colledge, NJ Whitehouse, RJ Schulting, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 51, 206-215, 2014
|'Islands' in Holocene forests: implications for forest openness, landscape clearance and'culture-steppe'species|
NJ Whitehouse, DN Smith
Environmental Archaeology 9 (2), 199-208, 2004
|Forest fires and insects: palaeoentomological research from a subfossil burnt forest|
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 164 (1-4), 231-246, 2000
|Restoration and history: the search for a usable environmental past|
|Chironomid‐inferred late‐glacial summer air temperatures from Lough Nadourcan, Co. Donegal, Ireland|
JE Watson, SJ Brooks, NJ Whitehouse, PJ Reimer, HJB Birks, C Turney
Journal of Quaternary Science 25 (8), 1200-1210, 2010
|Fennoscandian freshwater control on Greenland hydroclimate shifts at the onset of the Younger Dryas.|
F Muschitiello, FSR Pausata, JE Watson, ...
Nature Communications 6, doi:10.1038/ncomms9939, 2015
|The changing face of Neolithic and Bronze Age Ireland: A big data approach to the settlement and burial records|
TR McLaughlin, NJ Whitehouse, RJ Schulting, M McClatchie, P Barratt, ...
Journal of World Prehistory 29 (2), 117-153, 2016
|A multi-proxy palaeoenvironmental investigation of the findspot of an Iron Age bog body from Oldcroghan, Co. Offaly, Ireland|
G Plunkett, NJ Whitehouse, VA Hall, DJ Charman, M Blaauw, E Kelly, ...
Journal of archaeological science 36 (2), 265-277, 2009
|Can we characterise ‘openness’ in the Holocene palaeoenvironmental record? Modern analogue studies of insect faunas and pollen spectra from Dunham Massey deer park and Epping …|
HC DN Smith, NJ Whitehouse, MJ Bunting
The Holocene 20 (2), 215-229, 2010
|Mire ontogeny, environmental and climatic change inferred from fossil beetle successions from Hatfield Moors, eastern England|
The Holocene 14 (1), 79-93, 2004
|Pinus and Prostomis: a dendrochronological and palaeoentomological study of a mid-Holocene woodland in eastern England|
G Boswijk, NJ Whitehouse
The Holocene 12 (5), 585-596, 2002
|The iron age enclosures and prehistoric landscape of Sutton Common, South Yorkshire|
MP Pearson, RE Sydes, S Boardman, B Brayshay, PC Buckland, ...
Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 63, 221-259, 1997
|The world reshaped: practices and impacts of early agrarian societies|
NJ Whitehouse, W Kirleis
Journal of Archaeological Science 51, 1-11, 2014
|Fossil insects and ecosystem dynamics in wetlands: implications for biodiversity and conservation|
NJ Whitehouse, PG Langdon, R Bustin, S Galsworthy
Biodiversity and conservation 17 (9), 2055-2078, 2008
|Insect faunas associated with Pinus sylvestris L. from the mid-Holocene of the Humberhead Levels, Yorkshire, UK|
Quaternary Proceedings 5, 293-303, 1997