Dr Kate Britton
Dr Kate Britton
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The genetic prehistory of the New World Arctic
Science 345 (6200), 2014
Stable isotope evidence for salt-marsh grazing in the Bronze Age Severn Estuary, UK: implications for palaeodietary analysis at coastal sites
K Britton, G Müldner, M Bell
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2111-2118, 2008
Reconstructing faunal migrations using intra-tooth sampling and strontium and oxygen isotope analyses: a case study of modern caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti)
K Britton, V Grimes, J Dau, MP Richards
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (5), 1163-1172, 2009
Strontium isotope evidence for migration in late Pleistocene Rangifer: Implications for Neanderthal hunting strategies at the Middle Palaeolithic site of Jonzac, France
K Britton, V Grimes, L Niven, TE Steele, S McPherron, M Soressi, TE Kelly, ...
Journal of human evolution 61 (2), 176-185, 2011
Oxygen isotope analysis of human bone phosphate evidences weaning age in archaeological populations
K Britton, BT Fuller, T Tütken, S Mays, MP Richards
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 157 (2), 226-241, 2015
Maritime adaptations and dietary variation in prehistoric Western Alaska: Stable isotope analysis of permafrost‐preserved human hair
K Britton, R Knecht, O Nehlich, C Hillerdal, RS Davis, MP Richards
American journal of physical anthropology 151 (3), 448-461, 2013
Oxygen isotopes in bioarchaeology: Principles and applications, challenges and opportunities
S Pederzani, K Britton
Earth-Science Reviews 188, 77-107, 2019
Inferring animal husbandry strategies in coastal zones through stable isotope analysis: new evidence from the Flemish coastal plain (Belgium, 1st–15th century AD)
G Müldner, K Britton, A Ervynck
Journal of Archaeological Science 41, 322-332, 2014
Dog-human dietary relationships in Yup'ik western Alaska: the stable isotope and zooarchaeological evidence from pre-contact Nunalleq
E McManus-Fry, R Knecht, K Dobney, MP Richards, K Britton
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 17, 964-972, 2018
Stable isotope analysis of well-preserved 120,000-year-old herbivore bone collagen from the Middle Palaeolithic site of Neumark-Nord 2, Germany reveals niche separation between …
K Britton, S Gaudzinski-Windheuser, W Roebroeks, L Kindler, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 333, 168-177, 2012
Specialized processing of aquatic resources in prehistoric Alaskan pottery? A lipid-residue analysis of ceramic sherds from the Thule-period site of Nunalleq, Alaska
TFG Farrell, P Jordan, K Taché, A Lucquin, K Gibbs, A Jorge, K Britton, ...
Arctic Anthropology 51 (1), 86-100, 2014
Stable carbon, nitrogen and sulphur isotope analysis of permafrost preserved human hair from rescue excavations (2009, 2010) at the precontact site of Nunalleq
K Britton, E McManus-Fry, O Nehlich, M Richards, PM Ledger, R Knecht
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 2016
Megalithic tombs in western and northern Neolithic Europe were linked to a kindred society
F Sánchez-Quinto, H Malmström, M Fraser, L Girdland-Flink, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (19), 9469-9474, 2019
Preliminary archaeoentomological analyses of permafrost-preserved cultural layers from the pre-contact Yup'ik Eskimo site of Nunalleq, Alaska: Implications, potential and …
V Forbes, K Britton, R Knecht
Environmental Archaeology 20 (2), 158-167, 2015
Multi-isotope analysis and the reconstruction of prey species palaeomigrations and palaeoecology
Durham University, 2010
A landmark-based approach for assessing the reliability of mandibular tooth crowding as a marker of dog domestication
C Ameen, A Hulme-Beaman, A Evin, M Germonpré, K Britton, T Cucchi, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science, 2017
A stable relationship: isotopes and bioarchaeology are in it for the long haul
K Britton
Antiquity 91 (358), 853-864, 2017
New evidence for the consumption of barley at Romano-British military and civilian sites, from the analysis of cereal bran fragments in faecal material
K Britton, J Huntley
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 20 (1), 41-52, 2011
Specialized sledge dogs accompanied Inuit dispersal across the North American Arctic
C Ameen, TR Feuerborn, SK Brown, A Linderholm, A Hulme-Beaman, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1916), 20191929, 2019
Three generations under one roof? Bayesian modeling of radiocarbon data From Nunalleq, Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska
PM Ledger, V Forbes, E Masson-Maclean, C Hillerdal, WD Hamilton, ...
American Antiquity, 2018
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