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Ashton NM, Lewis SG, De Groote I, Duffy S, Bates M, Bates R, Hoare PG, Lewis M, Parfitt SA, Peglar S, Williams C and Stringer CB (2014). Hominin footprints from Early Pleistocene deposits at Happisburgh, UK. PlosOne.

Ashton NM, Lewis SG, Parfitt SA, Bates M, Bates R, Bynoe R, Dix J, Hoare PG and Stuart F (2018). Understanding and Monitoring the Cromer Forest-bed Formation. Historic England Research Report: Series no. 62-2018.

Lewis, SG, Ashton, N, Field, MH, Hoare, PG, Kamermans, H, Knul, M, Mücher, HJ, Parfitt, SA, Roebroeks, W and Sier, MJ (2019). Human occupation of northern Europe in MIS 13: Happisburgh Site 1 (Norfolk, UK) and its European contextQuaternary Science Reviews, 211, 34–58.

Parfitt SA, Ashton NM, Lewis SG, Abel RL, Coope GR, Field MH, Gale R, Hoare PG, Larkin NR, Lewis MD, Karloukovski V, Maher BA, Peglar SM, Preece RC, Whittaker JE and Stringer CB (2010). Early Pleistocene human occupation at the edge of the boreal zone in northwest Europe. Nature 266: 229-233.