List Of Geoscience Bibliography International Publication Maros Pangkep Aspiring Geopark (MPAUGGp) South Sulawesi, Indonesia​​

  1. Aubert, M., Brumm, A., Ramli, M., Sutikna, R.T., Saptomo, E.W., Hakim, B., Morwood, M.J., van den Bergh, G.D., Kinsley, L., Dosseto. A. 2014. Pleistocene cave art from Sulawesi, Indonesia. Nature, vol 514.

  2. Brumm, A., Langley, M.C., Moore, M.W., Hakim, B., Ramli, M., Sumantri I., Burhan B., Saiful A.M., Siagian, L., Suryatman, Sardie R., Jusdi, A., Abdullah, Mubarak, A.P., Hasliana, Hasriantie, Oktaviana, A.A., Adhityatama S., van den Bergh, G.D., Aubert, M., Jian-xin Zhaon, Huntley J., Bo Li, Richard G. Robert, R.G., Saptomo, E.W., Perstond, Y., Grün, R., 2017. Early human symbolic behavior in the Late Pleistocene of Wallacea”, PNAS Journal. 114 (16): 4105-4110. 

  3. Bulbeck, D., 1966. Ancient Chenese and Southeast Asian Bronze Age Cultures: The Proceeding of a conference held at the Edith and Joy London Foundation property, Kiolo, NSW. Volume II. SMC Publishing Inc. 

  4. Bulbeck, D., Pasqua, M., Di Lello, A., 2001. Culture history of the Toalean of South Sulawesi, Indonesia, Asian Perspectives. 

  5. Bulbeck., D. 2004. Divided in space, united in time: the Holocene prehistory of South Sulawesi.

  6. Bulbeck, D., Sumantri, I., Hiscock, P., 2004. Leang Sakapao 1, a second dated Pleistocene site from South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia.

  7. Burleigh, R., 1981. Radiocarbon dating of freshwater shells from Leang Burung 2. Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia. Vol 6.

  8. Chapman, V.C., 1981. An Analysis of The Artefact Collections Excavated By The Australian – Indonesian Archaeological Expedition To Sulawesi, 1969. A thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Arts of the Australian National University. Chapman, V.C., 1986. Inter-site variability in South Sulawesi: The results of the 1969 Australian- Indonesian Archaeological Expedition. Archaeology in Oceania.

  9. Clason, T., 1976. A Preliminary note about the animal remains from the ulu leang 1 cave, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia, Vol 2.

  10. Di Lello, A., 1997. A Use Wear Analysis of Stone Tools from South Sulawesi. Honors diss. University of Western Australia, Perth.

  11. Duli, A., Rosmawati, Nur, M., Khadijah Th., M., Ramli, Z., Ismail, N.N.A., and Supian, N.S.M. 2020. Reconstruction of Prehistoric Environment and Human Adaptation in Cave Sitesat Belae Village, Pangkep Regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Medwell Journals, 15(2): 1298-1305.

  12. Frank, R., 1981. Sediment from Leang Burung 2. Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia. Vol 6. 

  13. Franssen, J.H., 1949. Bijdrage tot de kennis van het Toaliaan op Zuid-Celebes. Tijdschrift Bataviaansch Genootschap. 

  14. Glover, I.C., 1974. Preliminary Report on the excavation of ulu leang cave, Maros, Sulawesi Selatan.

  15. Glover, I.C., 1976. Ulu Leang cave, Maros: A preliminary sequence of post-Pleistocene cultural developments in South Sulawesi”, Archipel Journal.

  16. Glover, C., 1977. The Late Stone Age in eastern Indonesia. World Archaeology.

  17. Glover, C., 1978. Survey and excavation in the Maros district, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Association.

  18. Glover, C., 1979. The effects of sink action on archaeological deposits in caves: an Indonesian example. World Archaeology.

  19. Glover, C., 1981. Leang Burung 2: An Upper Palaeolithic rock shelter in south Sulawesi, Indonesia.

  20. Glover, C., 1981. Leang Burung 2: Shell analysis. Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia. Vol 6.

  21. Hakim, B., Nur, M. Rustan., 2009. The Site of Pasaung (Rammang-Rammang) and Mallawa: Indicator of Cultural Contact between Toalian and Neolithic Complexes in South Sulawesi. Journal of IndoPacific Prehistory Associations, 2009.

  22. Junaid, I.,  Fauziah, A.N., 2019. Community Participation in Tourism Activities in Rammang-Rammang Village, Maros Regency. Jurnal Penyuluhan, 5(1): 43-51.

  23. Kurniawana, R., Kadjaa, G.T.M., Setiawan, P., Burhan, B., Oktaviana, A.A., Rustan, Hakim, B., Aubert, M., Brumm A., Ismunandara., 2019. Chemistry of prehistoric rock art pigments from the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. Microchemical Journal, 146: 227-233.

  24. Langley, M.C., Hakim, B., Oktaviana, A.A.,   Burhan , B., Sumantri, I., Sulistyarto, P.H., Lebe, R., McGahan , D.,  Brumm, A., 2020. Portable art from Pleistocene Sulawesi, Nature, Vol 4, pp 597 – 602.

  25. Morwood, M.J., van den Bergh, G.D., Kinsley, L., Dosseto, A., 2015. Pleistocene cave art from Sulawesi, Indonesia. Nature Journal.

  26. Mulvaney, D.J., Soejono, D.J., 1970. Archaeology in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Antiquity Journal.

  27. Mulvaney, D.J., Soejono, D.J., 1970. The Australian-Indonesian Archaeological Expedition to Sulawesi. Asian Perspectives.

  28. Oktaviana, A.A., Bulbeck, D., O’Connor, S., Hakim, B., Suryatman, Wibowo, U.P., St Pierre, E.,  Fakhri., 2016. Hand Stencils with and Without Narrowed Fingers at Two New Rock Art Sites In Sulawesi, Indonesia, Rock Art Research Journal.

  29. Pasqua, M., Bulbeck, D., 1998. A technological interpretation of the Toalean, South Sulawesi.

  30. Pasqua, M., 2015. Mid-late Holocene Toalean Sites in South Sulawesi: A Technological Analysis.

  31. Permana., C.E., 2009. Rock Art in South Sulawesi (Indonesia) and Conservation Issues. The 23th Conference on International Cooperation in Conservation, National Research Institute for Cultural Proferties, Tokyo.

  32. Permana, R.C.E., Arifin, K., Pojoh, I.H.E., 2015. Ethnoarchaeology of Prehistoric Cave Hand Stencil In South Sulawesi. Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Studies.

  33. Presland, G., 1980. Continuity in Indonesian lithic traditions. The Artifact.

  34. Roebroeks, W., 2014. Art On The Move. Macmillan Publisher. Vol. 514. 

  35. Sapoetra, N.D., Ridwan, R., Sahide, M.A.K., Masuda, K., 2019. Local Community’s Perception, Attitude, and Participation Towards Different Level Management of Geopark: A Comparison Geosite Case Study, Between Muroto Cape and Rammang-Rammang Geosite. IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 343: 1-12. DOI:10.1088/1755-1315/343/1/012044. 

  36. Sarasin, P., Sarasin. F., 1905. Reisen in Celebes. Zweiter Band. Wiesbaden: C. W. Kreidel’s Verlag.

  37. Tacon, P.S.C., Tan, N.H., O’Connor, S., Xueping, J., Gang, L., Curnoe, D., Bulbeck, D., Hakim, B., Sumantri, I., Than, H, Sokrithy, I., Chia, S., Khun-Neay, K., Kong, S., 2014. The global implications of the early surviving rock art of greater Southeast Asia. Antiquity Journal.

  38. van Heekeren, H.R., 1995. The Stone Age of Indonesia. Second, Revised Edition, “The Hague: Martinus Nijho, 1972”. Honors diss. University of Western Australia, Perth.

  39. Wallace, A.R., 1869. The Malay Archipelago. Macmillan Publishers: London, UK. p.648.

  40. Whitten, T., 2011. Introduction: Alfred Russel Wallace in The Malay Archipelago (1869). Tuttle Publishing, US. p512.

  41. Williamson, C., 1990. Analysis and Replication of the Flaking Sequence of the Maros Points from Ulu Leang 1, B.A. diss. University of London.