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Book Section 1994 Reed, D. M. Ancient Maya diet at Copán, Honduras, as detemrined through the analysis of stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes Paleonutrition: the diet and health of prehistoric Americans [Reed, 1994 #24604]
Journal Article 1989 White, Christine D. Ancient Maya diet: as inferred from isotopic and elemental analysis of human bone Journal of Archaeological Science [White, 1989 #34438]
Journal Article 1991 Matson, R. G. Basketmaker II subsistence: carbon isotopes and other dietary indicators from Cedar Mesa, Utah American Antiquity [Matson, 1991 #34594]
Journal Article 2000 Papathanasiou, Anastasia Bioarchaeological inferences from a Neolithic ossuary from Alepotrypa Cave, Diros, Greece International Journal of Osteoarchaeology [Papathanasiou, 2000 #34343]
Journal Article 2017 Ikehara-Quebral, Rona M. Biocultural practices during the transition to history at the Vat Komnou Cemetery, Angkor Borei, Cambodia Asian Perspectives [Ikehara-Quebral, 2017 #26927]
Book in a Series (Edited) 2000 Ambrose, Stanley H. Biogeochemical approaches to paleodietary analysis [Ambrose, 2000 #22098]
Journal Article 1997 Fogel, Marilyn Tuross, Noreen Biogeochemical record of ancient humans Organic Geochemistry [Fogel, 1997 #34374]
Journal Article 1995 Larsen, Clark Spencer Biological changes in human populations with agriculture Annual Review of Anthropology [Larsen, 1995 #33635]
Journal Article 1997 Pate, F. Donald Bone chemistry and paleodiet: reconstructing prehistoric subsistence-settlement systems in Australia Journal of Anthropological Archaeology [Pate, 1997 #34342]
Journal Article 1994 Chisholm, Brian S. Carbon and nitrogen isotopic evidence of Basketmaker II diet at Cedar Mesa, Utah Kiva [Chisholm, 1994 #34757]
Journal Article 1992 Larsen, C. S. Carbon and nitrogen stable isotopic signatures of human dietary change in the Georgia Bight American Journal of Physical Anthropology [Larsen, 1992 #34614]
Journal Article 2005 Passey, Benjamin H. Carbon isotope fractionation between diet, breadth CO{\sub 2}, and bioapatite in different mammals Journal of Archaeological Science [Passey, 2005 #30084]
Journal Article 1983 Chisholm, Brian S. Carbon isotope measurement techniques for bone collagen: note for the archaeologist Journal of Archaeological Science [Chisholm, 1983 #34756]
Journal Article 2001 Witt, G. Bradd Carbon isotope variability in the bone collagen of Red Kangaroos (<i>Macropus rufus</i>) is age dependent: implications for paleodietary studies Journal of Archaeological Science [Witt, 2001 #34311]
Book Section 1992 Chisholm, Brian S. Carbon isotopic determination of paleodiet in Japan: marine versus terrestrial sources Pacific Northeast Asia in prehistory: hunter-fisher-gatherers, farmers, and sociopolitical elites [Chisholm, 1992 #24631]
Journal Article 1984 Cai, L. Carbon-l3 evidence for ancient diets in China Kaogu [Cai, 1984 #29914]
Book Section 1994 Goodman, Alan H. Cartesian reductionism and vulgar adaptationsm: issues in the interpretation of nutritional status in prehistory Paleonutrition: the diet and health of prehistoric Americans Paleonutrition: the diet and health of prehistoric Americans [Goodman, 1994 #24603]
Book Section 1987 Ambrose, Stanley H. Chemical and isotopic techniques of diet reconstruction in eastern North America Emergent horticultural economies of the eastern woodlands [Ambrose, 1987 #24600]
Journal Article 1997 Bocherens, Hervé Comments on: diet, physiology and ecology of fossil mammals as inferred from stable carbon and nitrogen isotope biogeochemistry: implications for Pleistocene bear by Bocherens et al Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology [Bocherens, 1997 #34780]
Journal Article 1988 Roksandic, Zarko Comparative analysis of dietary habits between Jomon and Ainu hunter-gatherers from stable carbon isotopes of human bone Journal of the Anthropological Society of Nippon (人類學雜誌) [Roksandic, 1988 #33726]
Journal Article 2006 Lee-Thorp, Julia Contributions of biogeochemistry to understanding hominin dietary ecology American Journal of Physical Anthropology [Lee-Thorp, 2006 #30104]
Book Section in a Series 2000 Ambrose, Stanley H. Controlled diet and climate experiments on nitrogen isotope ratios of rats Biogeochemical approaches to paleodietary analysis [Ambrose, 2000 #26096]
Journal Article 1999 Wright, Lori E. Correspondence between stable carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen isotopes in human tooth enamel and dentine: infant diet at Kaminaljuyú Journal of Archaeological Science [Wright, 1999 #34310]
Journal Article 2006 Fuller, B. T. Detection of breastfeeding and weaning in modern human infants with carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios American Journal of Physical Anthropology [Fuller, 2006 #30134]
Journal Article 1984 Connor, Melissa Diachronic study of Inuit diets utilizing trace element analysis Arctic Anthropology [Connor, 1984 #34747]
Journal Article 1992 Price, T. Douglas Diagenesis in prehistoric bone: problems and solutions Journal of Archaeological Science [Price, 1992 #34549]
Book Section in a Series 2000 van der Merwe, Nikolaas, J. Diet and animal husbandry of the preclassic Maya at Cuello, Belize: isotopic and zooarchaeological evidence Biogeochemical approaches to paleodietary analysis [van 2000 #26093]
Thesis-PhD 2002 Pechenkina, Ekaterina Alexandrovna Diet and health changes among the millet-growing farmers of northern China in prehistory [Pechenkina, 2002 #36550]
Book Section in a Series 2007 Pechenkina, Ekaterina A. Diet and health in the Neolithic of the Wei and middle Yellow River basins, northern China Ancient health: skeletal indicators of agricultural and economic intensification [Pechenkina, 2007 #25688]
Journal Article 1979 Schoeninger, Margaret J. Diet and status at Chalcatzingo: some empirical and technical aspects of strontium analysis American Journal of Physical Anthropology [Schoeninger, 1979 #34529]