“Exploring the Later Stone Age at a micro-scale: New high-resolution excavations at Wonderwerk Cave”

New article published by Sara E. Rhodes, Paul Goldberg, Michaela Ecker, Liora Kolska Horwitz, Elisabetta Boaretto, and Michael Chazan in Quaternary International. In 2018, we initiated renewed excavation of the Later

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“A quantitative paleoclimatic reconstruction of the non-analogue environment of oxygen isotope stage 3: new data from small mammal records of southwestern Germany”

New article published by Sara E. Rhodes & Nicholas J. Conard in Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. Ensuring comparability between results is a key goal of all paleoecological reconstructions. Quantitative estimates of meteorological

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📓 The Archaeologist’s Notebook: A day in the lab.

The Archaeologist’s Notebook, the ICArEHB PhD students’ Blog has a new article: “A day in the lab”. Read here: https://archaeologists-notebook.icarehb.com/2021/11/18/a-day-in-the-lab/

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ICArEHB at FIC.A – Festival Internacional de Ciência

FIC.A – Festival Internacional de Ciência took place from the 12th to the 17th October 2021, at the Marquês de Pombal Palace and Gardens in Oeiras. ICArEHB participaed in this

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“Simply red? A systematic colour-based method for identifying archaeological fires”

New article published by Cruz Ferro-Vázquez, Carolina Mallol, Vera Aldeias in Geoarchaeology. The identification and characterization of hearths is crucial for reconstructing the history of fire use and pyrotechnology. In

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“Automated audiovisual behavior recognition in wild primates”

New article published by Max Bain, Arsha Nagrani, Daniel Schofield, Sophie Berdugo, Joana Bessa, Jake Owen, Kimberley J Hockings, Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Misato Hayashi, Dora Biro, Susana Carvalho, Andrew Zisserman, in

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“Subsistence behavior during the Initial Upper Paleolithic in Europe: Site use, dietary practice, and carnivore exploitation at Bacho Kiro Cave (Bulgaria)”

New article published by Geoff M. Smith, Rosen Spasov, Naomi L. Martisius, Virginie Sinet-Mathiot, Vera Aldeias, Zeljko Rezek, Karen Ruebens, Sarah Pederzani, Shannon P. McPherron, Svoboda Sirakova, Nikolay Sirakov, Tsenka

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“The early Aurignacian at Lapa do Picareiro really is that old: A comment on ‘The late persistence of the Middle Palaeolithic and Neandertals in Iberia: A review of the evidence for and against the “Ebro Frontier” model”

New article published by Jonathan A.Haws, Michael M. Benedetti, Nuno F. Bicho, João Cascalheira, M. Grace Ellis, Milena M. Carvalho, Lukas Friedl, Telmo Pereira and SahraTalamo in Quaternary Science Reviews. In his review of the

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📓 The Archaeologist’s Notebook: You can’t spell Education without Science

The Archaeologist’s Notebook, the ICArEHB PhD students’ Blog has a new article: “You can’t spell Education without Science”. Read here: https://archaeologists-notebook.icarehb.com/2021/11/10/you-cant-spell-education-without-science/

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“Direct evidence for increased disease resistance in polyandrous broods exists only in eusocial Hymenoptera”

New article published by D. M. Soper, A. K. E. Ekroth & M. J. F. Martins in BMC Ecology and Evolution. The ‘genetic diversity’ hypothesis posits that polyandry evolved as a mechanism to

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