Cedric Puleston
Cedric Puleston
Research Associate, UC Davis
Verified email at ucdavis.edu
TitleCited byYear
Why men matter: mating patterns drive evolution of human lifespan
SD Tuljapurkar, CO Puleston, MD Gurven
PloS one 2 (8), 2007
1112007
Variation in Rapa Nui (Easter Island) land use indicates production and population peaks prior to European contact
CM Stevenson, CO Puleston, PM Vitousek, OA Chadwick, S Haoa, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (4), 1025-1030, 2015
512015
Population and prehistory II: Space-limited human populations in constant environments
CO Puleston, S Tuljapurkar
Theoretical population biology 74 (2), 147-160, 2008
502008
Agricultural potential and actualized development in Hawai’i: an airborne LiDAR survey of the leeward Kohala field system (Hawai’i Island)
TN Ladefoged, MD McCoy, GP Asner, PV Kirch, CO Puleston, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (12), 3605-3619, 2011
482011
Soil nutrient analysis of Rapa Nui gardening
TN Ladefoged, CM Stevenson, S Haoa, M Mulrooney, C Puleston, ...
Archaeology in Oceania 45 (2), 80-85, 2010
442010
Building and testing models of long-term agricultural intensification and population dynamics: A case study from the Leeward Kohala Field System, Hawai’i
PV Kirch, G Asner, OA Chadwick, J Field, T Ladefoged, C Lee, C Puleston, ...
Ecological modelling 241, 54-64, 2012
392012
Population and prehistory III: Food-dependent demography in variable environments
CT Lee, CO Puleston, S Tuljapurkar
Theoretical Population Biology 76 (3), 179-188, 2009
382009
Can carbon credits fund riparian forest restoration?
V Matzek, C Puleston, J Gunn
Restoration Ecology 23 (1), 7-14, 2015
252015
The invisible cliff: abrupt imposition of Malthusian equilibrium in a natural-fertility, agrarian society
C Puleston, S Tuljapurkar, B Winterhalder
PloS one 9 (1), 2014
232014
Production risk, inter-annual food storage by households and population-level consequences in seasonal prehistoric agrarian societies
B Winterhalder, C Puleston, C Ross
Environmental Archaeology 20 (4), 337-348, 2015
212015
Rain, sun, soil, and sweat: a consideration of population limits on Rapa Nui (Easter Island) before European Contact
CO Puleston, TN Ladefoged, S Haoa, OA Chadwick, PM Vitousek, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 69, 2017
162017
Prehistoric obsidian exchange on Rapa Nui
CM Stevenson, TN Ladefoged, S Haoa, O Chadwick, C Puleston
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 8 (1), 108-121, 2013
132013
The exchequer’s guide to population ecology and resource exploitation in the agrarian state
BP Winterhalder, CO Puleston
Cliodynamics 9 (2), 2018
22018
The Exchequer’s Guide to Revenue in the Agrarian State
B Winterhalder, C Puleston
UC Davis Contribution to the Collaborative Research Project, Development and …, 2012
22012
Evaluating Rapa Nui Prehistoric Terrestrial Resource Degradation
CM Stevenson, S Haoa, TN Ladefoged, MA Mulrooney, PM Vitousek, ...
Rapa Nui Journal 24 (2), 15-16, 2010
22010
Demography, environment, and human behavior
C Puleston, B Winterhalder
Handbook of Evolutionary Research in Archaeology, 311-335, 2019
12019
Building and Testing Models of Long-Term Agricultural Intensification and Population Dynamics: A Case Study from the Leeward Kohala Field System, Hawai'i [Ecol. Model. 227 …
PV Kirch, G Asner, OA Chadwick, J Fiel, T Ladefoge, C Lee, C Puleston, ...
Ecological Modelling 241, 2012
12012
Response: Commentary: Rain, Sun, Soil, and Sweat: A Consideration of Population Limits on Rapa Nui (Easter Island) before European Contact
CO Puleston, TN Ladefoged, S Haoa, OA Chadwick, PM Vitousek, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 72, 2018
2018
The Exchequer’s Guide to Population Ecology and Resource Exploitation in the Agrarian State. Cliodynamics 9: S1-S10
BP Winterhalder, CO Puleston
Supplemental Materials The Exchequer’s Guide to Population Ecology and …, 2018
2018
Beyond carrying capacity modeling the food-limited dynamics of early humans and other populations
CO Puleston
Stanford University, 2009
2009
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