The following papers reflect outcomes of the 2015 lidar campaign:

Evans, D. 2016. “Airborne laser scanning as a method for exploring long-term socio-ecological dynamics in Cambodia,” Journal of Archaeological Science 72

Roberts, P., Hunt, C., Arroyo-Kalin, M., Evans, D. and N. Boivin. 2017. “The deep human prehistory of global tropical forests and its relevance for modern conservation,” Nature Plants 3:17093

Here is a list of representative publications that derive from the 2012 lidar acquisition. Those marked with an asterisk revolve substantially around the lidar data; others use it incidentally.

Buckley, B. M., R. Fletcher, S.-Y. S. Wang, B. Zottoli and C. Pottier. 2014. “Monsoon extremes and society over the past millennium on mainland Southeast Asia,” Quaternary Science Reviews 95: 1-19.

Evans, D. 2010-2011 [2013]. “The Archaeological Landscape of Koh Ker, Northwest Cambodia,” Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient 97-98: 91-150.

*Evans, D. and R. Fletcher. 2015. “The landscape of Angkor Wat redefined.” Antiquity 89(348):1402-19.

*Evans, D., R. Fletcher and B. S. Tan. 2013. “Acquisition d’images LiDAR 2012 des sites d’Angkor, du Phnom Kulen et de Koh Ker,” Patrimoine Mondial 68: 60-63.

*Evans, D., K. Hanus and R. Fletcher. 2015. “The story beneath the canopy: An airborne lidar survey over Angkor, Phnom Kulen and Koh Ker, northwestern Cambodia,” in A. Traviglia, ed., Across Space and Time. Selected Papers from the 41st Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Perth 25-28 March 2013. Amsterdam university Press, 38-46.

*Evans, D. H., R. J. Fletcher, C. Pottier, J.-B. Chevance, D. Soutif, B. S. Tan, S. Im, D. Ea, T. Tin, S. Kim, C. Cromarty, S. De Greef, K. Hanus, P. Bâty, R. Kuszinger, I. Shimoda and G. Boornazian. 2013. “Uncovering archaeological landscapes at Angkor using lidar,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110: 12595-12600

Fletcher, R., Evans, D., Pottier, C. and R. Chhay. 2015. “Angkor Wat: an introduction.” Antiquity 89(348):1388-401.

*Hanus, K. and D. Evans. 2015. “Imaging the Waters of Angkor: A Method for Semi-Automated Pond Extraction from LiDAR Data,” Archaeological Prospection. DOI: 10.1002/arp.1530

Lustig, T. Klassen, S., Evans, D., French, R. and I. Moffat. 2018. Evidence for the breakdown of an Angkorian hydraulic system, and its historical implications for understanding the Khmer Empire. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 17: 195-211.

Penny, D., J.-B. Chevance, D. Tang and S. De Greef. 2014. “The Environmental Impact of Cambodia’s Ancient City of Mahendraparvata (Phnom Kulen),” PLOS ONE 9(1): e84252.

*Shimoda, I., T. Haraguchi, T. Chiba and M. Shimoda. 2016. “The Advanced Hydraulic City Structure of the Royal City of Angkor Thom and Vicinity Revealed through a High-Resolution Red Relief Image Map,” Archaeological Discovery 4(1): 22-36

*Singh, M., Evans, D., Friess, D.A., Tan, B.S. and C.S Nin. 2015. “Mapping Above-Ground Biomass in a Tropical Forest in Cambodia Using Canopy Textures Derived from Google Earth,” Remote Sensing 7(5): 5057-76.

*Singh, M., Evans, D., Friess, D.A., Tan, B.S. and C.S Nin. 2015. “Mapping and Characterizing Selected Canopy Tree Species at the Angkor World Heritage Site in Cambodia Using Aerial Data,” PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0121558

*Stark, M. T, Evans, D., Chhay, R., Heng, P. and A. Carter. 2015. “Residential patterning at Angkor Wat.” Antiquity 89(348):1439-55.