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The SAS exists to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration between archaeologistsand colleaguesi n the natural sciences. SAS members are drawn from manydisciplinary fields. However, theya ll share a common belief that natural science techniques andmethods constitutea n essential component of archaeological field and laboratory studies. 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 Merwe , vand er Merwe and Vogel An important forum forsuch p rogress has been the series of Advanced Se minars on Pa leodiet, held every threey ears since The contributions in this volume a rose from the Fourth Advanced Seminar on Paleodiet, which washeld in Banff, Alb erta in 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.
Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Other books in this series. Add to basket. Chronometric Dating in Archaeology R. Phytolith Systematics Susan C. Archaeological Obsidian Studies M. Phytolith Systematics Jr. Table of contents 1. Katzenberg, et al. Schoeninger, et al. Pfeiffer, T. Burton, T. Grupe, et al. Hedges, G.
About the Editors. It is therefore highly recommended to students of paleodiet and bone chemistry and absolutely to any library worth its salt. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. Sign up now. Follow us. Coronavirus delivery updates.
Biogeochemical Approaches to Paleodietary Analysis