The 82nd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2013)

Session 45. Bioarcheology Posters: Subsistence, Methods, Archaeology. Contributed Posters. Chair: Christopher Knusel

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1 Add to calendar Application and Use of Cyclododecane, Part II: En Bloc Removal of Osteological Remains. Alice E. Fazlollah, M Jared. Wood, Brigitte M. Wray-Miller.
2 Add to calendar Bioarchaeology in 3D: Employing three-dimensional technology in the field and in the lab. Christopher J. Knusel, Scott D. Haddow, Joshua W. Sadvari, Nicoló Dell'Unto.
3 Add to calendar Reconciling old maps with their curated collections: The implementation of technology to the riddle of curated commingled remains. Maria N. Panakhyo, J. Lynn Funkhouser.
4 Add to calendar Putting pieces together again: Statistical formula for Os Coxa and Sacrum. Micki Miller.
5 Add to calendar Increasing the quality of your bioarchaeological data through the use of tablet-based software. Anne E. Austin.
7 Add to calendar Distinguishing between stone tool burnishing and pot polish. Derinna V. Kopp, Jackie Rabb.
8 Add to calendar Human bone artifacts as markers of prehistoric populations: critical assessment of evidence from Central California. Hillary M. Ojeda, John Y. Anderson, Melanie D. Cebula, Emily A. Bulger, Gary D. Richards.
9 Add to calendar Diet in the mountains: Using dental pathology to assess subsistence strategies in Paa-ko, New Mexico. Erin C. Blankenship-Sefczek, Tori D. Randall.
10 Add to calendar Bioarchaeological analysis of dental health and diet in Tonga. Christina Stantis.
11 Add to calendar Dental Microwear; A Window into Dietary Texture During the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age in East Lokris Greece. J. Rocco. de Gregory, Nicholas P. Herrmann.
12 Add to calendar Microwear texture analysis of mandibular molars recovered from four Medieval sites in England and Ireland. Naomi A. Schmalz, Thomas J. Finan, Jason M. Organ.
13 Add to calendar Dental Microwear Texture Analysis at Tell Dothan. Rebecca Van Sessen, Christopher Schmidt, Sue Sheridan, Jaime Ullinger, Matthew Grohovsky.
14 Add to calendar Age as a Factor in Inter-Tissue Spacing of Stable Carbon Isotopes in Juvenile Human Remains. Annie Laurie Norris, Lana Williams, Tosha Dupras, Sandra Wheeler.
15 Add to calendar High spatial resolution isotopic analysis of human primary bone: New methods for reconstructing short-term environmental and dietary change using the endosteal lamellar pocket. Corey M. Maggiano, Christine D. White, Fred J. Longstaffe.
16 Add to calendar Validation of bone apatite purification protocols for stable isotope analysis in bioarchaeology by Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy . Kevin Salesse, Vanessa Urzel, Elise Dufour, Dominique Castex, Jaroslav Bruzek, Erick J. Dufourc.
17 Add to calendar Using stable isotopes to ascertain paleo-foraging strategies through the study of woodland bison behavior. Bevin F. Kenney, Brooke E. Crowley.
18 Add to calendar Isotopic Measures of Intra-Individual Variation in Fetal Bone Collagen and Apatite. Lana Williams, Annie Laurie Norris, Tosha Dupras, Sandra Wheeler, Matthew Tocheri.
19 Add to calendar Dietary Variation of Individuals from the Angel Site and Caborn-Welborn Villages: Implications on the Vacant Quarter Hypothesis. Elise E. Alonzi, Mark R. Schurr.
20 Add to calendar Whet your apatite: A dietary reconstruction using stable carbon isotopes from human tooth enamel at Tell Dothan. Rita M. Austin, Joseph Friedman, Lesley Gregoricka, Jaime Ullinger, Susan Sheridan.
21 Add to calendar A methodological comparison for stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis and applications to diet reconstruction. Mackenzie Snead, Matthew Mikulski, Matthew Schirtzinger, Lesley Gregoricka, Jaime Ullinger, Susan Guise Sheridan.
22 Add to calendar Stable isotope analysis of human bones from Roman Ephesus (Turkey, 2nd and 3rd ct. AD). Sandra Lösch, Negahnaz Moghaddam, Karl Grossschmidt, Daniele U. Risser, Fabian Kanz.
23 Add to calendar Neolithic transition in central and south-eastern Italy: an isotopic approach. Gabriele Scorrano, Roberta Lelli, Flavio De Angelis, Gianfranco Biondi, Mauro Brilli, Mauro Calattini, Cecilia Conati Barbaro, Oliver E. Craig, Maria Antonia Gorgoglione, Alessandra Manfredini, Cristina Martínez-Labarga, Francesca Radina, Mario Federico Rolfo, Mara Silvestrini, Carlo Tozzi, Olga Rickards.
24 Add to calendar Human dietary reconstruction from stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis in Anglo-Saxon England. Chris A. Deter, Patrick Mahoney.
25 Add to calendar A Death in the Borderlands: Oxygen Isotope Evidence for Mobility from a Pithos Burial at Oğlanqala, Azerbaijan. Selin E. Nugent.
26 Add to calendar Water isotopes of Ontario: investigating the applications of hydrogen and oxygen isotopes as geographical indicators. Madeleine L. Mant, Ashley N. Nagel, Hendrik Poinar, Tracy Prowse, Martin Knyf.
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