Spatially resolved strontium isotope micro-analysis of lower and middle palaeolithic fauna from archaeological sites in Israel and Southern France
The use of strontium isotope analysis to provenance biominerals such as bone and teeth has become a regularly applied component of archaeological research. This method works by comparing the isotopic composition of these materials with regional bioavailable soil values, allowing an estimation of the distance and vector of an individual's mobility. New advances in analytical equipment has facilitated the spatially resolved micro-analysis of strontium isotope composition using laser ablation...[Show more]
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