New Article by Ebert, C. E., Hixon, S. W., Buckley, G. M., George, R. J., Pacheco-Fores, S. I., Palomo, J. M., Sharpe, A. E., Solís-Torres, Ó. R., Davis, J. B., Fernandes, R., & Kennett, D. J., in Scientific Data.

The Caribbean & Mesoamerica Biogeochemical Isotope Overview (CAMBIO) is an archaeological data community designed to integrate published biogeochemical data from the Caribbean, Mesoamerica, and southern Central America to address questions about dynamic interactions among humans, animals, and the environment in the region over the past 10,000 years. Here we present the CAMBIO human dataset, which consists of more than 16,000 isotopic measurements from human skeletal tissue samples (δ13C, δ15N, δ34S, δ18O, 87Sr/86Sr, 206/204Pb, 207/204Pb, 208/204Pb, 207/206Pb) from 290 archaeological sites dating between 7000 BC to modern times. The open-access dataset also includes detailed chronological, contextual, and laboratory/sample preparation information for each measurement. The collated data are deposited on the open-access CAMBIO data community via the Pandora Initiative data platform (https://pandoradata.earth/organization/cambio).

More info: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-024-03167-6


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