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Deckers, Pieterjan, Dobat, Andres, Ferguson, Natasha, Heeren, Stijn, Lewis, Michael and Thomas, Suzie (2018) The complexities of Metal Detecting Policy and Practice: a response to Samuel Hardy, ‘Quantitative Analysis of Open-Source Data on Metal Detecting for Cultural Property’ (Cogent Social Sciences 3, 2017). Open Archaeology, 4 (1). pp. 115-126. ISSN 1475-5270

Ferguson, Natasha and Munro, Kevin (2017) “Metal detecting in Scotland: understanding the extent, it’s character & opportunities for engagement”. In: Archaeological Research in Progress Conference (ARP 2017), Saturday 27th May 2017, National Museums Scotland auditorium, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)

Ferguson, Natasha (2017) Response to ‘Herding Cats’: Building Archaeological Communities. Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage. pp. 1-3. ISSN 2051-820X

Ferguson, Natasha (2016) Lost in translation: discussing the positive contribution of hobbyist metal detecting. Open Archaeology, 2 (1). pp. 115-126. ISSN 1475-5270

Ferguson, Natasha and Scott, D (2016) ‘Where the battle rages’: conflict in Post-Medieval archaeology. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 50. pp. 134-147. ISSN 0079-4236

Ferguson, Natasha (2016) Conservation through recognition: material culture research as a heritage management tool for conflict sites. In: Preserving fields of conflict: Papers from the 2014 Fields of Conflict Conferecne and Preservation Workshop. University of South Carolina, Coumbia, South Carolina, pp. 17-23.

Ferguson, Natasha (2016) Treasure Trove Finds Day. History Scotland, 16 (2). p. 12. ISSN 1475-5270

Ferguson, Natasha (2013) An assessment of the positive contribution and negative impact of hobbyist metal detecting to sites of conflict in the UK. Doctoral thesis, University of Glasgow.

Ferguson, Natasha (2013) Biting the bullet: the role of hobbyist metal detecting within battlefield archaeology. Internet Archaeology, 33. ISSN 1363-5387

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