Books and Monographs
Smith, D.N. 2012a. Insects in the City: An Archaeoentomological Perspective on London’s Past (British Archaeological Reports: British Series 561). Oxford: Archaeopress.
V. Gaffney, Fitch, S. and Smith, D. 2009. Europe’s Lost World: The Rediscovery of Doggerland. (CBA Research Report 160). London: Council for British Archaeology
Smith D.N., Brickley, M.B. and Smith, W. 2005 (eds) Fertile Ground: Papers in Honour of Professor Susan Limbrey. (AEA Symposia No. 22). Oxford: Oxbow Books.
Refereed papers in academic journals
Smith, D.N. 2017. Locating where archaeological sites occur in intertidal sequences: The use of archaeoentomological data as a proxy for tidal regime. Journal of Archaeological Science 82, 1–16.
Smith, D.N., Nayyar, K., Schreve, D., Thomas, R. and Whitehouse, N. 2014. Can dung beetles from the palaeoecological and archaeological record indicate herd concentration and the identity of herbivores? Quaternary international 341, 119–130.
King, G., Kenward, H.K., Schmidt, E. and Smith, D. 2014. Six-legged Hitchhikers: An Archaeobiogeographical Account of the Early Dispersal of Grain Beetles Journal of the North Atlantic 23, 1–18.
Smith, D.N. 2013. Defining an ‘indicator package’ to allow identification of ‘cess pits’ in the archaeological record. Journal of Archaeological Science 40, 526–43.
Smith, D.N. and Kenward H.K. 2013. ‘Well, Sextus what can we do with this?’ The disposal and use of insect-infested grain in Roman Britain. Environmental Archaeology 17, 141–150.
Smith, D.N. and Kenward, H.K. 2011. Roman Grain Pests in Britain: Implications for Grain Supply and Agricultural Production. Britannia 42, 243–262.
Smith D.N. Fletcher, M, Head K., Smith, W and Howard A.J. 2010. Environmental Reconstruction of a Later Prehistoric Palaeochannel Record from the Burrs Caravan Park, Bury, Greater Manchester. Environmental Archaeology 15, 16–31.
Whitehouse, N. and Smith D. 2010. What is “Natural”? Forest Composition, Open-ness and the British “Wildwood”: implications from palaeoentomology for Holocene development and landscape structure. Quaternary Science Reviews 29, 539–553.
Smith, D.N., Whitehouse, N, Bunting, M.J. and Chapman, H. 2010. Can we characterise ’openness’ in the Holocene palaeoenvironmental record? Analogue studies from Dunham Massey deer park and Epping Forest, England. The Holocene 20, 215 – 229.
Gearey, B., Hopla, E., Griffiths, S., Boomer, I., Smith, D., Marshall, P., fitch, S. & Tappin, D. 2017. ‘Integrating multi-proxy palaeoecological and archaeological approaches to submerged landscapes: a case study from the southern North Sea’. pp. xx – xx in Williams, M., Hill, T., Boomer, I. & Wilkinson, I. W. (eds.). The Archaeological and Forensic Applications of Microfossils: A Deeper Understanding of Human History. (Geological Society Special Publication). London: Geology Society.
Smith, D.N. 2015 ‘insect remains’ pp. 121–131 in Alexander, M. (ed.) Medieval and post – medieval occupation an industry in the Redcliffe Suburb of Bristol: Excavations at 1-2 and 3 Redcliff Street, 2003–2010 (Cotswold Archaeology Monograph 8). Cotswold Archaeology, Cirencester.
Smith, D.N. 2015. ‘insect remains’ pp. 276–283 in Powell, A., Barclay, A., Mepham, L and Stevens, C. (eds) Imperial College Sports Ground and RMC land, Harlington. (Wessex Archaeology Report 33) Wessex Archaeology: Salisbury.
Smith, D.N. 2015. ‘insect remains from Romano British pit (P68)’ pp. 284–289 in Hughes, G. and Woodward, A. (eds). The Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement at Crick Covert Farm: Excavations 1997–1998. Archaeopress, Oxford.
Smith, D,N. 2014. ‘insect remains’ pp. 208–209 in Bashford, R. Dodd, A. and Poore, D. (eds) Medieval and Post-Medieval Remains from Excavations on the Site of the New Auditorium, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 2008. Oxonensia 79, 173–209.
Brown, F., Cook, G, Druce, D., Huckerby, E., Marshall, P., Rutherford, M. and Smith, D.N. 2014. The Excavation and Analysis of a Burnt Mound, Drigg, Cumbria. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian Society 15, 9–37.
Smith, D.N. and Tetlow, E. 2014.’the insect remains’ pp. 204–207 in Casson, L., Drummond-Murray, J. and Francis, A. Roman- British roundhouses to Medieval parish: Excavations at 10 Gresham Street, City of London, 1999–2002. (Museum of London Archaeology Mongraph 67). Museum of London Archaeology, London.
Smith, D.N. Jolliffe, C., Nayyar, K., Sharrock,F. Tetlow, E. and Vaughan, D. 2014 ‘the insect remains’ pp. 343–349 in N. Page, G. Hughes, R. Jones and K. Murphy (eds) Excavations at Erglodd, Llangynfelyn, Ceredigion: prehistoric/ Roman lead smelting site and medieval trackway. Archaeologia Cambrensis 161, 285–356.
Smith, D. & Nayyar, K. 2013 ‘Insect faunas from Cold Harbour Pill site 9’ pp. 130–139 in Bell, M. (ed.).The Bronze age in the Severn Estuary (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 172). York: Council for British Archaeology.
Smith, D.N. 2013 ‘insects associated with Building 4’ p. 130–138 in Bell, M. (ed.).The Bronze age in the Severn Estuary (Council for British Archaeology Research Report 172). York: Council for British Archaeology.
Smith, D.N. 2012 ‘insects’ pp.236–243 in Stafford, E. (ed) Landscape and Prehistory of the East London Wetlands: Investigations along the A13 DBFO Road Scheme, Tower Hamlets, Newham and Barking and Dagenham, 2000–2003 (Oxford Archaeology Monograph 17). Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Ltd.
Smith, D.N. 2011. ‘insect remains’ p. 191 in S. Ripper and M. Beamish (eds) Bodies and Burnt Mounds: Visits to the Soar Wetlands, Neolithic and Bronze Age, Proceedings of the Prehistory Society 78, 173–206.
Smith, D.N. and Davis, A. 2011 ‘insect remains’ pp. 560–561, ‘Cereal processing and pests of store product’ p. 353 and ‘health and Hygiene’ p. 412 and CD tables 96, 97 and 98 in Hill, J. and Rowsome, P. (eds) Roman London and the Walbrook stream crossing: Excavations at Poultry and vicinity, City of London (part 2). (Museum of London Archaeology Mongraph 37). Museum of London Archaeology, London.
Smith, D.N. 2011. ‘The insect remains’ p. 342 and contributions to text and CD in Burch, M, and Treveil, P, with Keene, D. (eds.) The Development of Early Medieval and Later Poultry and Cheapside: Excavations at 1 Poultry and Vicinity, City of London (Museum of London Archaeology Monograph Series 38).
Smith, D.N. 2011. ‘Insects from Northfleet’ pp. 88–90 in Barnett, C., McKinley, J.I., Stafford, E., Grimm, J.M. and Stevens, C.J. (eds.) Settling the Ebbsfleet Valley: High Speed I Excavations at Springhead and Northfleet, Kent, The late Iron Age, Roman, Saxon and Medieval Landscape (Volume 3: Late Iron Age to Roman Human remains and Environmental Reports). Oxford/ Salisbury: Oxford Wessex Archaeology.
Smith, D. 2011 ‘[Iron age] insects’ pp 171–3 in Jones, A (ed.) Excavations at Little Paxton Quarry, Cambridgeshire, 1992 –1998 (Birmingham Archaeology Monograph Series 10/ British Archaeological Reports, British Series 545). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.
Smith D. 2011 ‘[Romano-British] insect remains’ , pp. 265–277 in Jones Excavations at Little Paxton Quarry, Cambridgeshire, 1992 –1998 (Birmingham Archaeology Monograph Series 10/ British Archaological Reports B 545). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.
Smith, D.N. 2011 ‘The insect remains’ pp. 559–63 in Hill, J, and Rowsome, P. (eds.) Roman London and the Walbrook stream crossing: excavations at 1 Poultry and vicinity, City of London (Museum of London Archaeology Service Monograph Series 37). London: Museum of London Archaeology Service.
Smith, D.N. and Tetlow, E. 2010. ‘The insect remains’ 921–5 and 1481–9 on CD in Howard-Davis. C. (ed.) The Carlisle Millennium Project: Excavations in Carlisle 1998–2001. Volume 2: The Finds (Lancaster Imprints 15). Lancaster: Oxford Archaeology North.
Smith, D.N. 2010. ‘insects’ pp. 130–1 in I. Grainger and C. Philpotts (eds.) The Royal Victualling Yard, East Smithfield, London (Museum of London Archaeology Service Monograph 45). London: Museum of London Archaeology Service.