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Jane B. Carlos

University Research Associate
carlosjaneb@yahoo.com

Research Interest:
Archaeobotany, Archaeological Reconnaissance

Area of Specialization:
Macrobotanical remains

Current Projects:

Education

On-going

PhD in Archaeology, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines

2010

M.S. Archaeology, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines.          Thesis Title: Inferring SUbsistence Patterns at Ille Cave: The Macrobotanical Evidence.

Publications

2017

Carlos, J., R. Escobin, M. Ramos, J. Conda, R. Cortez, Jr. & V. Paz. A Charred State: Documenting Gross & Anatomical Changes in Wood. Philippine Forest Products Journal Vol. 8. Los Baños: FPRDI.

2016

Barton, H., V. Paz, J. Carlos. "Chap. 25: Plant Remains: Macroscopic & Microscopic Approaches to the Analysis of Food Remains at the Niah Caves". In Barker G, Gilbertson D & Reynolds T. (eds) Rainforest Foraging & Farming in Island Southeat Asia: The Archaeology & Environmental History of the Niah Caves, Sarawak, McDonald Institute Monographs.

2014

Escobin, R.P., J.M. Conda, J. Carlos & M.J.R. Ceron. "Wood Identification and its Application to Archaeology". Philippine Forest Products Journal. Volume 5. Los Baños: FPRDI.

2014

Pawlik, A., P. Piper, P. Faylona, S. Padilla, J. Carlos, A. Mijares, B. Vallejo, M. Reyes, N. Amano, T. Ingicco, & M. Porr. "Adaptation and foraging from the Terminal Pleistocene to the Early Holocene: Excavation at Bubog on Ilin Island, Philippines". Journal of Field Archaeology 39 (3): 230- 247.

2014

Ochoa, J., V. Paz, H. Lewis, J. Carlos, E. Robles, N. Amano, M.R. Ferreras, M. Lara, B. Vallejo, Jr., G. Velarde, S.A. Villaluz, W. Ronquillo & W. Solheim II. "The archaeology and palaeobiological record of Pasimbahan-Magsanib Site, Palawan, Philippines". Philippine Science Letters 7:1 (22-36)

2011

Barker, G., Hunt, C. and Carlos, A. J. B.. "Transitions to Farming in Island Southeast Asia: Archaeologial, Biomolecular and Palaeoecological Perspectives in Why Cultivate: Anthropological and Archaeological Approaches to Foraging-Farming Transitions in SE Asia." Edited by Graeme Barker & Moica Jonowski. McDonald Institute Monographs, pp. 59-71 UK: Cambridge University.

2009

Neri, L. A. M., Robles, E., & Carlos, A. J. B. "The Archaeology of Initao, Misamis Oriental". University of San Carlos.

2008

Neri, L. A. M., Paz, V. J., Ragrario, A., Robles, E., & Carlos, A. J. B. "The Archaeology of Coastal Area of Northern Mindanao, Philippines". Proceedings of the Society of Philippine Archaeologists. 6: 78-86.

2008

Lewis, H., Paz, V. J., Lara, M., Barton, H., Piper, P., Ochoa, J., Vitales, T. J., Carlos, A. J. B., Neri, L. A. M., Hernandez, V., Higham, T., Stevenson, J., Robles, E., Padilla, R., Ragrario, R., Solheim, W., & Ronquillo, W. "Dating and Interpreting Terminal Pleistocene to mid Holocene Cave Occupation and an Early Cremation Burial from Palawan, Philippines". Antiquity 82 (132): 318-335.

2007

Paz, V. J., & Carlos, A. J. B. "Eme, Callao and Dalan Serkot Caves: Analysis of Plant Macro-remains". in Mijares, A. S. B. Unearthing Prehistory: The Archaeology of Northeastern Luzon, Philippine Islands. BAR International Series 1613: Hadrian Books, Oxford, 130-134.

2005

Neri, L. A. M., Paz, V. J., Cayron, J., Ragrario, A., Eusebio, M. S., Robles, E., & Carlos, A. J. B. "The Archaeology at Cagayan de Oro City." Hukay: Journal of the University of the Philippines Archaeological Studies Program. 7: 1-39.