The author ........
Former research assistant, Ph.D. student, oil company IT manager and consultant but now retired (almost).
Ph.D., University College, Univ. of London (Geophysics)
M.Sc., Birkbeck College, Univ. of London (Stratigraphy)
B.Sc.(Hons 1st Class), Oxford Brookes (Geology)
Kaye,S.J.1987. The Production of a new Bouguer anomaly map of East Timor, Indonesia. Geophys. J.,89(2),469.
Kaye,S.J.1989. The Structure of Eastern Indonesia: An approach via gravity and other geophysical methods. Ph.D Thesis Univ. of London.
De Smet, M.E.M., Charlton, T.R., van Marle, L.J., Kaye, S., Faeni, H. & Troelstra, S.R. 1989. Late Cenozoic history of the island Yamdena, Tanimbar Archipelago, Indonesia. In: Benthic Foraminifera from the Banda Arc Region, Indonesia, and their Paleobathymetric Significance for Geologic Interpretations of the Late Cenozoic Sedimentary Record, by L.J. van Marle. Free University Press, 145-162.
Charlton, T.R., Kaye, S.J., Samodra, H. & Sardjono. 1991. The geology of the Kai islands: implications for the evolution of the Aru Trough and Weber Basin, Banda Arc, Indonesia. Mar. Petrol. Geol. 8, 62-69.
Charlton, T.R., de Smet, M.E.M., Samodra, H. & Kaye, S.J. 1991. The stratigraphy and structural evolution of the Tanimbar islands, SE Banda Arc, Indonesia. J. SE Asian Earth Sci. 6(3/4), 343-358.
Stolum,H-H. and Kaye,S.J.1992. The identification of Fault Pattern Fractals for Improving Oil and Gas Recovery. A new process to Identify and Describe Fault Sets Using Non-Linear Methods. Energy Exploration and Exploitation. Vol 10, Numbers 4 and 5.
Milsom,J.S., Kaye,S.J. and Sardjono 1996. Extension, Collision and Curvature in the Eastern Banda Arc. J.Geol.
Kaye, Steve. 2010. Can Computerized Terrain Analysis Find Boudica's Last Battlefield?. British Archaeology, September/October 2010, pp.30-33. (Unfortunately this on-line article has not retained its images; a photocopied version, plus images, can be downloaded here)
Kaye, S.J. 2015. The Roman invasion of Britain, 43 AD: riverine, wading and tidal studies place limits on the possible locations of the two-day river battle and beachhead. Archaeologia Cantiana, Vol. 136, 227-240.
2010 - The site of Boudica's last battle: an approach via terrain analysis. www.bandaarcgeophysics.co.uk/arch/boudica-terrain-analysis.pdf
2012 - Finding the site of Boudica's last battle: Roman logistics empowered the sword. www.bandaarcgeophysics.co.uk/Boudica/Boudica_logistics.pdf An updated version is below.
2013 - Finding the site of Boudica's last battle: Roman logistics empowered the sword. www.bandaarcgeophysics.co.uk/arch/boudica_logistics.pdf ( an update to the 2012 essay with the latest observations regarding the siting of Boudica's last battle.
2013 - Roman Marching Camps in Britain: GIS, statistical analysis and hydrological examination of known marching camps, resulting in the prediction of possible camp sites. www.bandaarcgeophysics.co.uk/arch/roman-marching-camps-uk.pdf
2013 - Observations on marching Roman legionaries: velocities, energy expenditure, column formations and distances. www.bandaarcgeophysics.co.uk/arch/roman_legionary_marching.pdf
2014 - The Roman invasion of Britain, 43 AD: riverine, wading and tidal studies as a means of limiting the possible locations of the invasion-ground and the two-day river battle.www.bandaarcgeophysics.co.uk/arch/Roman_Invasion_43AD.pdf