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What does the hair tell us?

May 20, 2013

Those of you with a special interest in Nunalleq diet, hair clippings, archaeological science, as well as those with a general interest in Nunalleq can now become a little wiser as the interesting findings from Kate’s research have been published in American Journal of Physical Anthropology.

The full reference is as follows:

Britton, K., Knecht, R., Nehlich, O., Hillerdal, C., Davis, R. S. & Richards, M. P. 2013. Maritime Adaptations and Dietary Variation in Prehistoric Western Alaska: Stable Isotope Analysis of Permafrost-Preserved Human Hair. In American Journal of Physical Anthropology


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