“Temporal shifts in ostracode sexual dimorphism from the Late Cretaceous to the late Eocene of the U.S. Coastal Plain”

New article published by Maya Samuels-Fair, Maria João FernandesMartins, Rowan Lockwood, John P. Swaddle and Gene Hunt. Ostracodes of the superfamily Cytheroidea exhibit sexual dimorphism in the carapace such that

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“Reconstructing Late Pleistocene paleoclimate at the scale of human behavior: an example from the Neandertal occupation of La Ferrassie (France)”

New article published by Sarah Pederzani, Vera Aldeias, Harold L. Dibble, Paul Goldberg, et al. in Scientific Reports. Exploring the role of changing climates in human evolution is currently impeded by a scarcity

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“Ecosystem engineering in the Quaternary of the West Coast of South Africa”

New article published by David R. Braun, John Tyler Faith, Matthew J. Douglass, Benjamin Davies, Mitchel J. Power, Vera Aldeias, et al. Despite advances in our understanding of the geographic

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“SPIN – Species by Proteome INvestigation”

New article published by P.L. Rüther, M. Carvalho, R.M. Godinho, L. Friedl, J. Cascalheira, M.M.. Benedetti, J. Haws, N. Bicho, et al. Genetic species determination has become an indispensable tool in forensics, archaeology, ecology, and food authentication. The available methods are either

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ICArEHB Dialogues presents “Origins of Coastal Adaptations”

The ICArEHB Dialogues series was designed to represent the breadth of research that the centre covers and to engage researchers and the public from across the world with the research

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“Paleoenvironments and human adaptations during the Last Glacial Maximum in the Iberian Peninsula: A review”

New article published by João Cascalheira , Manuel Alcaraz-Castaño, Javier Alcolea-González, Maria de Andrés-Herrero, Alvaro Arrizabalaga, J. Emili Aura Tortosa, Naroa Garcia-Ibaibarriaga, Maria-Jose Iriarte-Chiapusso The Iberian Peninsula is considered one

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“Seasonal calving in European Prehistoric cattle and its impacts on milk availability and cheese-making”

New article published by Marie Balasse, Rosalind Gillis, Ivana Živaljević, Rémi Berthon, Lenka Kovačiková, Denis Fiorillo, Rose-Marie Arbogast, Adrian Bălăşescu, Stéphanie Bréhard, Éva Á. Nyerges, Vesna Dimitrijević, Eszter Bánffy, László Domboróczki, Arkadiusz Marciniak, Krisztián Oross, Ivana Vostrovská, Mélanie Roffet-Salque, Sofija Stefanović & Maria Ivanova in Scientific Reports. Present-day domestic

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“The Holy Tooth: a project under construction”

Poster published by Cláudia Relvado in BECC2021 – Bioarchaeology Early Career Conference. View poster here: https://padlet.com/becc2021_poster_presentations/ISOTOPIC_ANALYSIS_POSTERS/wish/1335405459

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“The spatial patterning of Middle Palaeolithic human settlement in westernmost Iberia”

New article published by João Cascalheira, Célia Gonçalves and Daniela Maio. Currently available data on the Pleistocene human occupation of the westernmost territories of Iberia attest to the presence of

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“Southern African Stone Age”

New article published by Nuno Bicho. The Southern African Stone Age covers the longest period in human history, that is, the last three million years of human evolution and adaptation

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