Biogeochemical Approaches to Paleodietary Analysis . We use carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analyses of human and faunal bone col- lagen   .. Some Biochemical Aspects of Carbon Isotopic Paleodiet Studies, Biogeochemical. Biochemical. Aspects. of. Carbon. Isotopic. Paleodiet. Studies. HENRY P. SCHWARCZ ABSTRACT Carbon isotope ratios of preserved human tissues ( collagen. Multidisciplinary Approaches John Staller, Robert Tykot, Bruce Benz S. Ambrose, M. A. Katzenberg, (Eds.), Biochemical approaches to paleodietary analysis.
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Nielsen Book Data Publisher’s Summary The study of human diet brings together researchers from diverse backgrounds ranging from modern human paleodietar and biochemistry to the geochemistry of fossilized bones and teeth.
Describe the connection issue. Physical description xxv, p. The contributions in this volume a rose from the Fourth Advanced Seminar on Paleodiet, which washeld in Banff, Alb erta paleodietay September of The Advanced Seminars bring togethera small international group of researchers interested in improving and expanding techniques fors tudying past diet through bone chemistry.
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Biogeochemical approaches to paleodietary analysis. Browse related items Start at call number: Human paleodiet research, as studied through the chemical composition of bones and teeth, has been advanced sig nificantlyi n the last 25 years, since the publication ofearly work on trace ele ments Brown ando n stable carbon isotopes Vogel andv and er Merwevand er Merwe and Vogel The contributions to this volume grow out of the Fourth Advanced Seminar on Paleodiet and provide a forum for biochrmical with common interests to discuss the latest advances and interpretations and chart future directions for paleodietry research.
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Imprint New York ; London: Series Advances in archaeological and museum science ; biochemocal.