Seminar: Isotope Ecology of Ancient Humans

Dr. Michael Richards, FSA, FRSC Department of Archaeology, SFU

ISOTOPE ECOLOGY OF ANCIENT HUMANS

A joint BISC-HESP seminar

Wednesday November 2 3:30 PM IRMACS Theatre

“My research interests include the evolution of human diets over time, especially the diets of Neanderthals and early modern humans, and the spread and adoption of agriculture in Eurasia. Current research includes developing new isotope systems for dietary and migration studies, using isotope analysis to explore and catalogue the range and nature of human dietary adaptations throughout the Holocene, and developing and applying isotope analysis in forensics.”

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