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Peer-reviewed Journal Publications

 

Wong, M., Lam, V. C., & Richards, M. (Submitted). Baseline bioavailable strontium map for Hierapolis.

 

Lam, V. C. (2018). Experimental lacustrine taphonomy: Decompositional changes in freshwater lake submerged Ovis aries skeletal remains within the Pacific Coastal Western Hemlock Zone. Simon Fraser University, School of Criminology, Master of Arts thesis dissertation.

 

Wong, M., Brandt, J. R., Ahrens, S., Jaouen, K., Bjørnstad, G., Nauman, E., Wenn, C. C., Kiesewetter, H., Laforest, C., Hagelberg, E., Lam, V. C., & Richards, M. (2018). Pursuing Pilgrims: Isotopic Investigations of Roman and Byzantine Mobility at Hierapolis, Turkey. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 17, 520 – 528.

 

Lam, V. C., Kinney, J. B., & Bell, L. S. (2017). Geospatial analysis of suicidal bridge jumping in the Metro Vancouver Regional District from 2006 to 2014. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, 47, 1-8. DOI: 10.1016/j.jflm.2017.01.006

 

Peer-reviewed Conference Proceeding Publications

 

Lam, V. C., Byers, B., Kinney, J. B., & Anderson, G. S. (2019 - Accepted). Geospatial analysis of cellular reception at Canadian Drowning Locations. Poster presentation delivered at the World Conference on Drowning Prevention on ‘Ubuntu: Growing global drowning prevention capacity’, in Durban, South Africa. 

 

Lam, V. C., Byers, B., & Anderson, G. S. (2019 - Accepted). Drowning risk and water safety awareness amongst New Canadians. Oral presentation delivered at the World Conference on Drowning Prevention on ‘Ubuntu: Growing global drowning prevention capacity’, in Durban, South Africa. 

 

Lam, V. C., & Bell, L. S. (2019). Experimental lacustrine taphonomy: Decompositional changes in freshwater lake-submerged skeletal remains. Oral presentation delivered at the 71st annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Science on ‘Diligence, Dedication, and Devotion’, Baltimore, USA.

 

Bermuda, B. B., Beyer, B. N., Lam, V. C., Hale, A. R., Badgley, A. J., Manheim, J. M., Krotulski, A. J. (2018). Research in science: How young scientists can shape a better future. Multi-day workshop delivered at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Science on ‘Science Matters’, Washington, USA.

 

Lam, V. C. (2017). Experimental Lacustrine Taphonomy: Decompositional changes to Ovis aries skeletal material in Pacific Hemlock Zones. Oral presentation delivered at the Centre for Forensic Research’s 3rd Annual Symposium and 10th Anniversary, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada.

 

Lam, V. C., Towle, K., & Cartwright, B. (2017). Bullying and Audience Behaviour: Capable Guardianship and the Environmental Backdrop of School Bullying. Oral presentation delivered at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology on ‘Crime, Legitimacy and Reform: Fifty Years after the President’s Commission’, Philadelphia, USA.

 

Lam, V. C., & Bell, L. S. (2017). Microscopic Taphonomy: Freshwater Changes in Submerged Skeletal Remains in Pacific Coastal Hemlock Zones. Poster presentation delivered at the 69th annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Science on ‘The Future Reflects our Past: The Evolution about Forensic Science’, New Orleans, USA.

Lam, V. C. (2017). The Beguiling Disposition of Forensic Evidence: A Case Analysis of Judicial Gatekeeping in Canada. Oral presentation delivered at the annual meeting of the Western Society of Criminology (Law, Evidence, Investigative Failures Panel), Las Vegas, USA. 

 

Lam, V. C. (2016). Suicidal Bridge Jumping in Metro Vancouver from 2006 to 2014. Oral presentation delivered at the annual symposium of the Centre for Forensic Research, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada.

 

Lam, V. C., Kinney, J. B., & Bell, L. S. (2016). Geospatial Analysis of Suicidal Bridge Jumping in Metro Vancouver Regional District from 2006 to 2014. Oral presentation delivered at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology on ‘The Many Colors of Crime and Justice’ (Homicide and Suicide Victimization Panel), New Orleans, USA.

 

Publications – Government (internal peer-review)

 

Lam, V. C. (2016). Suicidal Bridge Jumping in the Metro Vancouver Regional District from 2006 to 2014. Internal Document produced for the British Columbia Coroners Service. Subject to external publication at the discretion of the British Columbia Ministry of Public Health and Safety.

 

Publications (not peer-reviewed)

 

Lam, V. C., Kinney, J. B., & Bell, L. S. (2017). Review of Geospatial analysis of suicidal bridge jumping in the Metro Vancouver Regional District from 2006 to 2014. SFU Research Connections, 4.

 

Lanfear, A., & Lam, V. C. (2017). AAFS YFSF Annual Conference Workshop’s BYOP Program. American Academy of Forensic Science on The Future Reflects our Past: The Evolution about Forensic Science, New Orleans, USA.

 

Lam, V. C. (2011). 1 in 5.7375: Ethnography of women within the computer sciences. Simon Fraser Public Interest Group Journal Collection of Action Research Exchange Projects, 1, 1-27.

 

Acknowledgements for Research Contributions and/or Technical Expertise

 

Miceli, M. (2018). The “Gold Standard”: Assessing the use of phallometric evidence in Canadian Courts. Simon Fraser University, Department of Criminology, Honours dissertation.

 

Warren, J.-A., Ratnasekera, T. D. P., Campbell, D. A., & Anderson, G. S. (2017). Initial investigations of spectral measurements to estimate the time within stages of Protophormia terraenovae (Robineau-Desvoidy) (Diptera: Calliphoridae). Journal of Forensic Science International, 278, 205 - 216.

 

Warren, J.-A. (2017). Use of hyperspectral remote sensing to examine immature blowfly development. Simon Fraser University, Department of Criminology. Ph.D. Dissertation.

 

Huard, K., & Burley, D. (2017). On the question of Anadara antiquata bivalve scrapers in the archaeological record of Tonga. Archaeology in Oceania, 00, 1 – 8.      DOI:10.1002/arco.5129.

Burley, D. V., Woodward, R. P., Henry, S., & Conolley, I. C. (2017). Jamaican Taíno settlement configuration at the time of Christopher Columbus. Latin American Antiquity, 1 – 6. DOI:10.1017/laq.2017.14

 

Anderson, G. S., & Bell, L. S. (2016). A Data-Rich Investigation into Deep Sea Taphonomy and Faunal Succession using Pigs as Human proxies. Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) Final Technical Report, 1-121.

 

LeBlanc, K. (2016). A Structural Approach to Ceramic Design Analysis: A Pilot Study of the “Eastern Lapita Province”. Journal of Archaeological Science, 6, 125-135.

 

Phaff, B., Burley, D. V., & Richards, M. (2016). Dietary Isotope Patterns and their Social Implications in a Prehistoric Human Population from Sigatoka, Fiji. Journal of Archaeological Science, 5, p. 680 – 688.

 

Burley, D. V., Edinborough, K., Weisler, M., & Zhao, J. X. (2015). Bayesian Modeling and Chronological Precision for Polynesian Settlement of Tonga. PloS ONE, 10(3): e0120795.

 

Burley, D. V., Freeland, T., & Balenaivalu, J. (2015). Nineteenth-Century Conflict and the Koivuanabuli Fortification Complex on Mali Island, Northern Fiji. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, 11(1), 107-121.

 

LeBlanc, K. (2016, Mar). A Structural Approach to Lapita Ceramic Design Analysis: Investigation of the Eastern Lapita Province. Simon Fraser University, Department of Archaeology. Ph.D. Dissertation.

 

Speller, C., Burley, D. V., Woodward, R., & Yang, D. (2013). Ancient mtDNA Analysis of Early 16th Century Carribean Cattle Provides Insight into Founding Populations of New World Creole Cattle Breeds. Plos ONE, 8(7): e69584.

 

Burley, D. V. (2012). Exploration as a Strategic Process in the Lapita Settlement of Fiji: The Implications of Vorovoro Island. Journal of Pacific Archaeology, 3(1), 22-34.

 

Connaughton, S. (2012). Emergence and Development of Ancestral Polynesian Society in Tonga. Simon Fraser University, Department of Archaeology. Ph.D. Dissertation.

 

LeBlanc, K. (2011). Ceramic Ethno-Archaeology in Fiji: The Role of Social Process in Ceramic Diversity. Simon Fraser University, Department of Archaeology. MA Dissertation.