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Journal article

Shackley, M, 2005. 'Service delivery' at sacred sites: potential contribution of management science. European Journal of Science and Theology, 1 (4), pp. 33-40.

Shackley, M, 2004. Managing the cedars of Lebanon: botanical gardens or living forests? Current Issues in Tourism, 7, pp. 417-425. ISSN 1368-3500

Shackley, M, 2004. Tourist consumption of sacred landscapes: space, time and vision. Tourism Recreation Research, 29 (1), pp. 67-73. ISSN 0250-8281

Shackley, M, 2002. Space, sanctity and service: the English Cathedral as heterotopia. International Journal of Tourism Research, 4 (5), pp. 345-352. ISSN 1099-2340

Shackley, M, 2001. Potential futures for Robben Island: shrine, museum or theme park? International Journal of Heritage Studies, 7 (4), pp. 355-363. ISSN 1352-7258

Shackley, M, 1999. A golden calf in sacred space? The future of St. Katherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai (Egypt). International Journal of Heritage Studies, 4, pp. 123-134.

Shackley, M, 1998. Designating a protected area at Karanambu Ranch, Rupununi Savannah, Guyana; resource management and indigenous communities. Ambio, 27 (3), pp. 207-210.

Shackley, M, 1998. Hot springs and glazed flints. A controversial phenomenon observed on spring-mound artefacts in the Near East. Levant, 20, pp. 119-126.

Shackley, M, 1998. Social impact of the camel safari industry of Jaisalmer, Thar Desert (Rajastan). Tourism Management, 17 (3), pp. 213-219.

Shackley, M, 1998. Tourism and the management of cultural resources in the Pays Dogon, Mali. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 3 (1), pp. 17-27.

Shackley, M, 1997. Saving cultural information; the potential role of digital databases in developing cultural tourism. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 5 (3), pp. 244-250.

Shackley, M, 1996. Just started and now finished; tourism development in Arunachal Pradesh. Tourism Management, 16 (8), pp. 623-625.

Shackley, M, 1996. Too much room at the inn? Annals of Tourism Research, 23 (2), pp. 449-463.

Shackley, M, 1996. Visitor management into the 21st century. Tourism Management, 17 (4), pp. 316-317.

Shackley, M, 1995. Lo revisited; the next 18 months. Tourism Management, 16 (2), pp. 78-81.

Shackley, M, 1995. Managing cultural resources in Mustang. Asian Affairs, 26, pp. 172-182.

Shackley, M, 1994. When is the past? Authenticity and the commoditization of heritage. Heritage Management, 15 (5), pp. 396-397.

Shackley, M, 1993. Monastic rituals and extinct animals. Anthropozoos, 8 (2), pp. 82-84.

Shackley, M, 1993. The land of Lo Nepal/Tibet; the first 8 months of tourism. Tourism Management, 15 (10), pp. 17-26.

Shackley, M, 1992. Manatees and tourism in southern Florida; opportunity or threat? Journal of Environmental Management, 34, pp. 257-565.

Shackley, M, 1990. Fatal attraction; sea cows and tourists. Marine Conservation, 14, pp. 23-25.

Shackley, M, 1986. Arms and the men; 14th century Japanese swordsmanship illustrated by skeletons from Zaimokuza nr. Kamakura, Japan. World Archaeology, 18 (2), pp. 248-254.

Shackley, M, 1986. A macrolithic factory site at Masari, Kavango: affinities and interpretation. African Archaeological Bulletin, 41, pp. 69-90.

Shackley, M, Komura, K, Hayeshi, T, Ikeya, M, Matsu'ura, S and Ueta, N, 1985. Chronometric dating of bone from Namib IV Acheulean site, south west Africa/Namibia. Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Tokyo, 1, pp. 6-12.

Shackley, M, 1985. Ethnography and experiment in the interpretation of quartz artifact assemblages from Namibia: an optimistic attempt. Lithic Technology, 14 (2), pp. 95-98.

Shackley, M, 1985. Xhing-xhais; an early Holocene stoneworking site from the central Namib Desert. Medoqua, 13 (4), pp. 271-279.

Shackley, M, 1984. Offsite distribution and artifact visibility in the central Namib Desert, south west Africa. Cimbebasia, Series B, 4 (5), pp. 55-88.

Shackley, M and Hunt, SA, 1984. Palaeoenvironment of a mesolithic peat bed from Austin Friars, Leicester. Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and National History Society, pp. 1-10.

Shackley, M, 1984. The flints (pp. 159-279 in 'Excavations at Cowdery's Down, Basingstoke, Hampshire 1978-81', by M. Millett). Archaeological Journal, 7.

Shackley, M, 1983. Gas chromatographic identification of a resinous deposit from a 6th century storage jar and its possible identification. Journal of Archaeological Science, 9, pp. 305-306.

Shackley, M, 1983. Human burials in hut circles at Sylvia Hill, south west Africa/Namibia. Cimbebasia, Series B, 3 (3), pp. 102-106.

Shackley, M, 1983. Invited comment on 'Observations on the lower Palaeolithic of northeast Asia', by S. Yi & G.A. Clark. Current Anthropology, 24 (2), pp. 181-203.

Shackley, M, 1982. Of 'gers, ayraq and aroug'. Traveller, 12 (2), pp. 46-47.

Shackley, M, 1982. The case for Neanderthal survival; fact, fiction or faction? Antiquity, 61, pp. 31-42.

Shackley, M, 1980. An Acheulean industry with 'Elephas recki' fauna from Namib IV, south west Africa/Namibia. Nature, 284 (5754), pp. 340-341.

Shackley, M and Delair, JB, 1979. The Fisherton brickpits; their stratigraphy and fossil contents. Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 73, pp. 1-16.

Shackley, M, 1979. Geoarchaeology; a polemic on a progressive relationship. Die Naturwissenschaften, 66, pp. 429-432.

Shackley, M, 1978. Climate history preserved in calcite; spring limestone in South African caves. Geographical Magazine, 51 (4), pp. 301-304.

Shackley, M, 1978. The behaviour of artifacts as sedimentary particles in a fluviatile environment. Archaeometry, 20 (1), pp. 55-61.

Shackley, M, 1978. A sedimentological study of Devil's Lair, Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 60 (2), pp. 33-40.

Shackley, M, 1977. Caves and ape men in South Africa. Geographical Magazine, pp. 438-442.

Shackley, M, 1976. Information retrieval and graphics at Danebury and York. Computer Applications in Archaeology, 4, pp. 72-79.

Shackley, M, 1976. Palaeoenvironmental evidence from a late third millennium peat bed at New Shide Bridge, Isle of Wight. Journal of Archaeological Science, 3, pp. 385-389.

Shackley, M, 1974. Computers and sediment analysis in archaeology. Science in Archaeology, 9, pp. 29-30.

Shackley, M, 1974. Stream abrasion of flint implements. Nature, 284, pp. 501-502.

Shackley, M, 1974. The recovery of information from Iron Age pits: the Danebury Project and PLUTARCH. Computer Applications in Archaeology, 2, pp. 82-90.

Shackley, M, 1972. The use of textural parameters in the analysis of cave sediments. Archaeometry, 17 (1), pp. 133-145.

Authored book

Shackley, M, 2006. Atlas of travel and tourism development. Oxford: Elsevier.

Shackley, M and Reitz, E, 2005. Environmental archaeology. New York: Springer.

Shackley, M, 2005. Historical atlas of travel. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Shackley, M, 2001. Managing sacred sites; service provision and visitor experience. London: Continuum.

Shackley, M, 2000. Flagship species; case studies in wildlife tourism management. Vermont: Ecotourism Society.

Shackley, M, 1996. Wildlife tourism. London: International Thompson Business Press.

Shackley, M and Swaney, D, 1992. Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana. Victoria, Australia: Lonely Planet Publications.

Shackley, M, 1985. Palaeolithic archaeology of the Central Namib Desert. Windhoek, Namibia: State Museum.

Shackley, M, 1985. Using environmental archaeology. London: Batsford.

Shackley, M, 1981. Environmental archaeology. London: George Allen and Unwin.

Shackley, M, 1980. Neanderthal man. London: Duckworth.

Shackley, M, 1977. Rocks and man. London: George Allen and Unwin.

Shackley, M, 1975. Archaeological sediments. London: Butterworth.

Chapter in book

Shackley, M, 2007. Frankincense in the modern world; culture, cosmetics and church. In: Peacock, D and Williams, D, eds., New light on the Roman incense trade. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Shackley, M, 2006. Empty bottles at sacred sites: religious retailing at Ireland's national shrine. In: Timothy, D and Boyd, T, eds., Tourism, religion and spiritual journeys. London: Routledge, pp. 94-104.

Shackley, M, 2006. Visitor management at world heritage sites. In: Leask, A and Fyall, A, eds., Managing world heritage sites. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Shackley, M, 2004. Accommodating the spiritual tourist; the case of the religious retreat house. In: Thomas, R, ed., Small firms in tourism; international perspectives. London: Elsevier, pp. 225-239.

Shackley, M, 2004. Managing the cedars of Lebanon: botanical gardens or living forests? In: Harrison, D and Hitchcock, M, eds., The politics of world heritage. Bristol: Channel View, pp. 137-146.

Shackley, M, 2002. Management challenges for religion based attractions. In: Fyall, A, Garrod, B and Leask, A, eds., Managing visitor attractions; new directions. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, pp. 159-171.

Shackley, M, 2001. The legend of Robin Hood; myth, inauthenticity and tourism development in Nottingham, England. In: Smith, V and Brent, M, eds., Host and guests revisited. New York: Cognizant Communications, pp. 315-323.

Airey, D and Shackley, M, 1999. Bukhara (Uzbekistan) a former oasis town on the Silk Road. In: Shackley, M, ed., Visitor management; case studies from world heritage sites. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, pp. 10-25.

Shackley, M, 1999. Ninstints (Canadana). A deserted Haida village in Gwaii Hanaas National Park reserve, Queen Charlotte Islands. In: Shackley, M, ed., Visitor management; case studies from world heritage sites. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, pp. 182-193.

Shackley, M, 1999. The cultural landscape of Rapa Nui. In: Shackley, M, ed., Visitor management; case studies from world heritage sites. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, pp. 62-82.

Shackley, M, 1998. Cultural tourism and the world heritage designation on Easter Island. In: Stevenson, C and Lee, G, eds., Easter Island in its Pacific context. Easter Island Foundation, pp. 178-193.

Shackley, M, 1998. Visitors to the world's oldest cities - Aleppo and Damascus (Syria). In: Tyler, D, Robertson, M and Guerrier, Y, eds., Managing tourism in cities. London: Wiley, pp. 183-197.

Shackley, M, 1997. Visitor management and the monastic festivals of the Himalayas. In: Robinson, M and Evans, N, eds., Culture as the tourist product. University of Northumbria; Callaghan Business Education Publishers, pp. 409-423.

Shackley, M, 1997. The camel safari industry of Jaisalmer. In: Bagri, SC and Bhatt, AK, eds., Ecotourism in India. Delhi: Delhi University Press, pp. 57-65.

Shackley, M, 1995. Retaining cultural identity; tourism and development priorities in the Himalayan kingdom of Lo. In: Urban and rural change in the developing world. University of York, Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies, pp. 43-53.

Shackley, M, 1994. Tourism management in Mustang. In: Bagri, SC and Kadari, OP, eds., Tourism development: challenges and opportunities. Srinigar: Gharwahl University, pp. 76-85.

Shackley, M, 1993. Landscape, game and tourism. In: Selly, MK, ed., Deserts. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 424-430.

Shackley, M, 1988. Palaeoenvironment of a medieval fishpond at Owston, Leicestershire. In: Aston, M, ed., Medieval fishponds. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 74-95.

Shackley, M, 1987. Diagenesis of ivories from Nimrud, Iraq. In: Hermann, G, ed., The ivories from Fort Shalmaneser Nimrud Iraq (2 vols.). London: The British Academy, pp. 224-228.

Shackley, M, 1984. Sediment analysis. In: Hurst, H and Roskams, S, eds., Excavations at Carthage: the British mission. London: The British Academy, pp. 80-81.

Shackley, M, 1984. A middle Iron Age site in the Vale of Aylesbury, Bucks. In: Farley, ME and Cundhill, PR, eds., The southern feeder; the archaeology of a gas pipeline. London: British Gas Corporation, pp. 28-36.

Shackley, M, 1982. Namib IV and the Acheulean technocomplex in the central Namib Desert. In: Coetzee, JA and van, Zinderen, eds., Palaeoecology of Africa. Rotterdam: Balkema, pp. 151-158.

Shackley, M, 1981. On the Palaeolithic archaeology of Hampshire. In: Schadla-Hall, T and Shennan, CBA, eds., Archaeology of Hampshire. CBA, pp. 5-15.

Shackley, M, 1980. The Hamwih brickearths. In: Holdsworth, P, ed., Excavations at Melbourne Street, Southampton. CBA, p. 307.

Shackley, M, 1979. The early ditch fillings. In: Walker, JVS, ed., Excavations in Medieval tenements on the Quilters Vault site in Southampton. Winchester: Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society, pp. 182-216.

Shackley, M, 1978. The bout coupe handaxe as a typological marker for the British Mousterian industries. In: Wright, RVS, ed., Stone tools as cultural markers; change, evolution and complexity. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, pp. 323-339.

Shackley, M, 1976. The Davenbury project; an experiment in site sediment recording. In: Shackley, M and Davidson, DA, eds., Geoarchaeology; earth science and the past. London: Duckworth, pp. 9-231.

Conference contribution

Shackley, M, 1985. Palaeolithic archaeology in the Mongolian People's Republic; a report on the state of the art. In: Proceeedings of the Prehistoric Society.

Shackley, M, 1982. The excavation of a Bronze Age round barrow at Canford Heath, Poole, Dorset. In: Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society.

Shackley, M, 1977. New evidence for the chronology of the 7.5m beach in southern England. In: 10th INQUA proceedings, August, 1977.

Shackley, M, Simpson, AMA and Gamble, C, 1977. Pleistocene raised beaches on Ports Down. In: Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society.

Shackley, M, 1974. A contextual study of the Mousterian industry from Great Pan Farm, Isle of Wight. In: Proceedings of the Isle of Wight Archaeological and Natural History Society.

Shackley, M, 1973. Sediment samples from the Alveston Bone Fissure, Gloucestershire. In: Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society.

Shackley, M, 1970. Preliminary note on handaxes found in gravel deposits at Warsash, Hampshire. In: Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society.

Edited book

Shackley, M, 2004. Visitor management; case studies from world heritage sites. University of Yunnan Press.

Shackley, M, 1999. Visitor management; case studies from world heritage sites. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Shackley, M and Davidson, DA, 1976. Geoarchaeology; earth science and the past. London: Duckworth.

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