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Ariel Malinsky-Buller

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Peer reviewed

Hovers, E., Ekshtain, R., Greenbaum, N., Malinsky-Buller, A., Nir, N., Yeshurun, R. 2014. Islands in a stream? Site formation processes in the late Middle Paleolithic site of ’Ein Qashish, northern Israel.2013. Raw material exploitation around the site of ’Ein Qashish. Quaternary International.

Malinsky-Buller, A., Ekshtain, R., Hovers, E. 2013. Organization of lithic technology at ’Ein Qashish, a late Middle Paleolithic open-air site in Israel. Quaternary International.

Ekshtain, R., Malinsky-Buller, A., Hovers, E. 2013. Raw material exploitation around the site of ’Ein Qashish. Quaternary International.

Greenbaum, N., Ekshtain, R., Porat, N., Malinsky-Buller, A., Hovers, E., 2013. The Evnrionmental Paleogeogrpahy of ’Ein Qashsihs e A Middle Paleolithic Open-air Site in Northern Israel. Quaternary International.

Malinsky-Buller, A., Aladjem, E., Givol-Barzilai, Y., Bonnes, D., Goren, Y., Yeshurun R., Birkenfeld, M. 2013. Another piece in the puzzle - A new PPNA site at Bir el-Maksur, Northen Israel. Paleorient.

Hovers, E., Malinsky-Buller, A., Goder, M., Ekshtain, R. 2011. Capturing a Moment: Identifying Short-lived Activity Locations in Amud Cave, Israel. In: Le Tensorer J.-M., Jagher R. & Otte M., The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic in the Middle East and Neighbouring Regions. Proceedings of the Basel symposium (mai 8-10 2008). Liège, ERAUL 126, 101-114.

Malinsky-Buller, A., Gorsman, L., Marder, O. 2011. A case of techno-typological lithic variability and continuity in the Late Lower Palaeolithic. Before Farming 2011/1.

Malinsky-Buller, A., Hovers, E., Marder, O. 2011. Making time: "living floors", "palimpsests" and site formation processes - a perspective from the open-air Lower Paleolithic site of Revadim Quarry, Israel. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 30 (2):89-101.

Marder,O., Malinsky-Buller, A., Shahack-Gross, R., Ackerman, O., Ayalon, A., Bar-Matthews, M., Goldsmith,Y., Inbar, M., Rabinovich, R., Hovers, E. 2011. Archaeological Horizons and Fluvial Processes at the Lower Paleolithic Open-air Site of Revadim (Israel) Journal of Human Evolution 60 (4):508-522

Malinsky-Buller, A., Aldjem, E., Yeshurun, R. 2009. Bir el-Maksur. A New Pre-Pottery Neolithic A Site in Lower Galilee. Neo-Lithics 2/09: 13-16.

Hovers, E., Malinsky- Buller, A., Ekshtain, R., Oron, M., Yeshurun, R. 2008. Ein Qashish - A New Middle Paleolithic Open-Air Site in Northern Israel, Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 38: 7-49.

Barzilai, O., Malinsky-Buller, A., Ackermann, O. 2006. Kefar Menachem West: A Lower Palaeolithic Site in the Shephela, Israel. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 36:7-38.

Conference Abstracts

Malinsky-Buller, A. 2009. Archaeological Horizons and Fluvial Processes at the Lower Paleolithic Open-air Site of Revadim Quarry. Climate Change in the Upper Jordan Valley between Ca. 800 and 700 Ka ago - Its Implication on the Environment and Hominins and its potentials a prediction for future scenarios. The Institute for advanced studies, Givaat Ram, Jerusalem.

Malinsky-Buller, A. 2008. Geomorphological aspects in site formation processes: the case Study of Lower Paleolithic site of Revadim, Area C East. The Israeli Prehistory Society, Rockefeller Museum, Jerusalem.

Malinsky-Buller, A. 2008. Implementing Hydro-Geomorphological analysis in Archeological site formation processes: the case Study of Lower Paleolithic site of Revadim, Area C East. The annual geographical meeting in Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan.

Malinsky- Buller, A. and Barzilai O. 2006 A flake oriented industry from the Lower Paleolithic site of Kefar Menahem West. The Israeli Prehistory Society, Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva.