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Adderley, W. P., Ian A. Simpson, and Orri Vésteinsson 2008 Local-Scale Adaptations: A Modeled Assessment of Soil, Landscape, Microclimatic, and Management Factors in Norse Home-Field Productivities. Geoarchaeology 23(4):500–527.

Amorosi, Thomas, et al. 1997 Raiding the landscape: Human impact in the Scandinavian north Atlantic. Human Ecology 25(3):491-518.

Arge, Simun V., Gudrun Sveinbjarnardottir, Kevin J. Edwards, and Paul C. Buckland 2005 Viking and Medieval Settlement in the Faroes: People, Place and Environment. Human Ecology 33(5):597-620.

Barrett, James H. 2008 What caused the Viking Age? Antiquity 82:671-685.

Barrett, James H., Roelf P. Beukens, and Rebecca A. Nicholson 2001 Diet and ethnicity during the Viking colonization of northern Scotland: Evidence from fish bones and stable carbon isotopes. Antiquity 75145-154.

Barrett, James, et al. 2008 Detecting the medieval cod trade: a new method and first results. Journal of Archaeological Science 35(4):850-861.

Buckland, Paul C., Kevin J. Edwards, Eva Panagiotakopulu, and J. E. Schofield 2009 Palaeoecological and historical evidence for manuring and irrigation at Garðar (Igaliku), Norse Eastern Settlement, Greenland. The Holocene 19:105-116.

Christensen, Arne E. 2008 Recreating Two Early-Norse Tool-Chests. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 37(1):177–184.

Commisso, R. G. and D. E. Nelson 2008 Correlation between modern plant d15N values and activity areas of Medieval Norse farms. Journal of Archaeological Science 35(2):492-504.

Edwards, C. J., et al. 2003 Feasibility and utility of microsatellite markers in archaeological cattle remains from a Viking Age settlement in Dublin. Animal Genetics 34:410–416.

Edwards, Kevin J., et al. 2005 A Hypothesis-Based Approach to Landscape Change in Suduroy, Faroe Islands. Human Ecology 33(5):621-650

Edwards, Kevin J., J. E. Schofield, and Dmitri Mauquoy 2008 High resolution paleoenvironmental and chronological investigations of Norse landnám at Tasiusaq, Eastern Settlement, Greenland. Quaternary Research 69:1–15.

Erlendsson, Egill, Kevin J. Edwards, and Paul C. Buckland 2009 Vegetational response to human colonisation of the coastal and volcanic environments of Ketilsstaðir, southern Iceland. Quaternary Research In press

Gathorne-Hardy, Freddy J., Egill Erlendsson, Peter G. Langdon, and Kevin J. Edwards Lake sediment evidence for late Holocene climate change and landscape erosion in western Iceland. Journal of Paleolimnology In press.

Goodacre, S., et al. 2005 Genetic evidence for a family-based Scandinavian settlement of Shetland and Orkney during the Viking periods. Heredity 95:129–135.

Holck, Per 2006 The Oseberg ship burial, Norway: New thoughts on the skeletons from the grave mound. European Journal of Archaeology 9(2-3):185-210.

Hunt, B. G. Natural climatic variability and the Norse settlements in Greenland. Climatic Change In press.

Kosiba, Steven B., Robert H. Tykot, and Dan Carlsson 2007 Stable isotopes as indicators of change in the food procurement and food preference of Viking Age and Early Christian populations on Gotland (Sweden). Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 26:394–411.

Lawson, Ian T., et al. 2007 Environmental impacts of the Norse settlement: palaeoenvironmental data from Mývatnssveit, northern Iceland. Boreas 36:1-19.

Linderholm, Anna, Charlotte Hedenstiema Jonson, Olle Svensk, and Kerstin Lidén 2008 Diet and status in Birka: stable isotopes and grave goods compared. Antiquity 82446-461.

Lucas, Gavin and Thomas McGovern 2007 Bloody Slaughter: Ritual Decapitation and Display At the Viking Settlement of Hofstaðir, Iceland. European Journal of Archaeology 10(1):7-30.

McGovern, Thomas H., Sophia Perdikaris, Arni Einarsson, and Jane Sidell 2006 Coastal connections, local fishing, and sustainable egg harvesting: patterns of Viking Age inland wild resource use in Myvatn district, Northern Iceland. Environmental Archaeology 11(2):187-205.

Milner, Nicky, James Barrett, and Jon Welsh 2007 Marine resource intensification in Viking Age Europe: the molluscan evidence from Quoygrew, Orkney. Journal of Archaeological Science 34:1461-1472.

Panagiotakopulu, Eva, Peter Skidmore, and Paul Buckland 2007 Fossil insect evidence for the end of the Western Settlement in Norse Greenland. Naturwissenschaften 94:300–306.

Park, Robert W. 2008 Contact between the Norse Vikings and the Dorset culture in Arctic Canada. Antiquity 82(315):189–198.

Perdikaris, Sophia and Thomas H. McGovern 2006 Cod Fish, Walrus, and Chieftains: Economic intensification in the Norse North Atlantic. Pp. 193-216 in Seeking a Richer Harvest: The Archaeology of Subsistence Intensification, Innovation, and Change, Tina L. Thurston and Christopher T. Fisher, editors. Studies in Human Ecology and Adaptation, volume 3. Springer US: New York.

Richards, Julian D., et al. 2004 Excavations at the Viking Barrow Cemetery at Heath Wood, Ingleby, Derbyshire. Antiquaries Journal 84:23-116.

Risberg, Jan, et al. 2002 Environmental changes and human impact as recorded in a sediment sequence offshore from a Viking Age town, Birka, southeastern Sweden. The Holocene 12:445-458.

Rundkvist, Martin and Howard Williams 2008 A Viking Boat Grave with Amber Gaming Pieces Excavated at Skamby, Östergötland, Sweden. Medieval Archaeology 52:69-102.

Schofield, J. E., Kevin J. Edwards, and Charlie Christensen 2008 Environmental impacts around the time of Norse landnám in the Qorlortoq valley, Eastern Settlement, Greenland. Journal of Archaeological Science 35(6):1643-1657.

Sheehan, John 2008 The Longphort in Viking Age Ireland. Acta Archaeologica 79:282-295.

Books
Arnold, Martin. 2006. The Vikings. Hambledon Continuum: London.

Clarke, Helen and Bjorn Ambrosiani. 1995. Towns in the Viking Age. Leicester University Press, Leicester.

Valente, Mary A. 2008. The Vikings in Ireland. Four Courts Press, Dublin


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