The dataset also contains a further 478 non-radiocarbon ages. The INTIMATE-WP4 database is designed for the age-modelling and chronological correlation of palaeoenvironmental sequences Prof. Christopher Ramsey Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art (University of Oxford) Director of the Research Laboratory, Director of Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit. Data obtained from the IRPA/KIK database should be cited as: Van Strydonck M, De Roock E, 2011, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage Web-Based Radiocarbon Database, Radiocarbon Vol 53, No 2, 367-370.
This integrative approach is based on the analysis of chronological, spatial, geoarchaeological, archaeobiological and cultural data.
(2013) Aust Arch3: A database of 14C and luminescence ages from archaeological sites in southern Australia. Andrew Martindale, Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia Department of Anthropology and Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies Director of the UBC Laboratory of Archaeology and CARD Email: [email protected] 806 - D4: Chronology, site concentrations, cultural differentiation, and mobility patterns as basis for comparing human environment interaction Project D4 of the CRC 806 focuses on the question, as to whether the presence, or resp., the absence of humans can be interpreted as a response to natural or cultural environment by integrating data, methods and results from various former CRC-projects and from literature.
Data obtained from OASIS should be cited as: Martindale, Andrew, Richard Morlan, Matthew Betts, Michael Blake, Korand Gajewski, Michelle Chaput, Andrew Mason, and Pierre Vermeersch (2016) Canadian Archaeological Radiocarbon Database (CARD 2.1), accessed Month, day, year. Richard Morlan (Canadian Museum of History) and is managed by: Andrew Martindale (Director) Matthew Betts (Canadian Museum of History) Michael Blake (University of British Columbia) Michelle Chaput (University of Ottawa) Konrad Gajewski (University of Ottawa) Andrew Mason (Golder Ltd.) Pierre Vermeersch (KU Leuven)Dr.
CARD was developed in 1990 and expanded to V2.1 in 2015 with additional features such as a spatial interface, a security wall, unlimited up/downloading and on screen data editing.
(2014a) Aust Arch: A Database of 14C and Non-14C Ages from Archaeological Sites in Australia - Composition, Compilation and Review (Data Paper). Alan Williams Extent Heritage Pty Ltd & Climate Change Research Centre (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia) Senior archaeologist, team leader and part owner at Extent Heritage Pty Ltd and honorary lecturer at the Climate Change Research Centre Emails: CARD: Canadian Archaeological Radiocarbon Database CARD is a global database of 50,000 14C dates from archaeological, geological, and paleoenvironmental contexts.
Eine kulturgeschichtliche Synthese auf der Basis ausgewhlter Quellen.Professor Popp said: "Human and animal bone retain isotopic ratios that reflect a consumer's diet in life."By studying these isotope ratios, particularly in individual amino acids, we estimated the relative proportions of different food sources in each individual’s diet." Christian-Albrechts from the University of Kiel Thomas Larsen, added: "We used three independent lines of isotopic evidence to determine what the ancient Rapa Nui people ate."Although we cannot say that no rats were eaten, all our results indicate that seafood was an important part of the Rapa Nui diet." Finding that the Rapa Nui islanders consumed more fish than what was previously thought was not a real surprise for Catrine Jarman and her colleagues.What was surprising, however, was the evidence suggesting extensive manipulation of agricultural crops. Popp in Notes to Editors: This research was largely funded by a National Science Foundation grant through a unique graduate student Research in Residence program offered through the Inter-university Training for Continental-scale Ecology (ITCE) program at the University of Utah.With no canoes, they could no longer fish so they ate chickens, rats and agricultural crops.