“Statistics for Archaeologists”

Statistics are increasingly important in the study of archaeology for understanding published work, as well as producing high standard analytical research that moves away from the Culture-History paradigm, yet statistical

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“Using nonhuman culture in conservation requires careful and concerted action”

New article published by Susana Carvalho, Erin G. Wessling, Ekwoge E. Abwe, Katarina Almeida-Warren, Mimi Arandjelovic, Christophe Boesch, Emmanuel Danquah, Mamadou Saliou Diallo, Catherine Hobaiter, Kimberley Hockings, Tatyana Humle, Rachel

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“Vera Aldeias receives prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Grant”

Vera Aldeias, researcher at the Interdisciplinary Center for Archeology and Evolution of Human Behavior (ICArEHB) at the University of Algarve, received a Starting Grant worth around 2 million euros from

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“Microstratigraphic preservation of ancient faunal and hominin DNA in Pleistocene cave sediments”

New article published by Diyendo Massilani, Mike W. Morley, Susan M. Mentzer, Vera Aldeias, Benjamin Vernot, Christopher Miller, Mareike Stahlschmidt, Maxim B. Kozlikin, Michael V. Shunkov, Anatoly P. Derevianko, Nicholas J. Conard, Sarah Wurz, Christopher S. Henshilwood, Javi Vasquez, Elena Essel, Sarah Nagel, Julia

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📓 The Archaeologist’s Notebook: Just another day in class… or is it?

The Archaeologist’s Notebook, the ICArEHB PhD students’ Blog has a new article: “Just another day in class… or is it?”. Read here: https://archaeologists-notebook.icarehb.com/2021/12/15/just-another-day-in-class-or-is-it/

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ICArEHB launches Seed Fund 2022

The ICArEHB seed fund (ISF) is an annual fund of ICArEHB to allow its members to conduct selected projects of scientific research in human evolution and prehistoric archeology. The purpose of the

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“Lithic bipolar methods as an adaptive strategy through space and time”

New article published by Pedro Horta, Nuno Bicho and João Cascalheira in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. The use of bipolar (on anvil) methods for resource exploitation has been identified

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“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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