New publication: Strontium isotope ratios in East Africa and implications for palaeoanthropology and archaeology
A new paper published in the journal Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology provides the first mapped predictions of the spatial variation in bioavailable strontium isotope ratios for East Africa.
Co-authored by Associate Professor Vaughan Grimes the research represents a crucial resource for future work on ancient and modern animal and human mobility in the region, with important implications for hominin and human evolution, the dispersal of food-producing populations, and large-scale mammalian migrations.
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