Hartman, G. (in Press) Are elevated 15N values in herbivores in hot and arid environments caused by diet or animal physiology? Functional Ecology.
Hartman, G. (in Press) Reconstructing Mid-Pleistocene paleovegetation and climate in the Golan Heights using the carbon isotopes of paleosols and modern plants. Journal of Human Evolution.
Hartman, G. and Danin, A. (2010) Isotopic values of plants in relation to water availability in the Eastern Mediterranean region. Oecologia 162:837-852.
Alperson, N., Sharon, G., Kislev, M., Melamed, M., Zohar, I., Ashkenazi, S., Rabinovich, R., Biton, R., Werker, E., Hartman, G., Feibel, C., and Goren-Inbar, N. (2010) Hominin behavior and its spatial patterning at the Acheulian site of Gesher Benot Ya'aqov, Israel. Science 326:1667-1670
Hartman G (2008) Testudines Remains. In: Y. Garfinkel and D. Dag (eds) Neolithic Ashkelon, Qedem 47, Jerusalem, pp. 241-248.
Hartman G, and Horwitz LK (2007) Remains of Fresh-Water Turtles. In: M. Chazan and L.K. Horwitz (eds) The Lower Paleolithic Site of Holon, Israel, Peabody Museum Press, Harvard University, Cambridge.
Brooks AS, Yellen JE, Nevell L, Hartman G (2006) Projectile technologies of the African MSA: implications for modern human origins. In: Hovers E, Kuhn SL (eds) Transitions before the transition, Springer, New-York, pp 233-256.
Garfinkel Y, Dag D, Hesse B, Wapnish P, Rookis D, Hartman G, Bar-Yosef Mayer D, Lernau O (2005) Neolithic Ashkelon: meat processing and early pastoralism on the Mediterranean coast. Eurasian Prehistory 3(1):43-72.
Hartman G (2004) Long-term continuity of a freshwater turtle (Mauremys caspica rivulata) population in the Northen Jordan Valley and its paleoenvironmental implications. In: Goren-Inbar N, Speth JD (eds) Human Paleoecology in the Levantine Corridor, Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 61-74.
Alperson N, Barzilai O, Dag D, Hartman G, Matskevich Z (2000) The age and context of the Tabun I skeleton: a reply to Schwarcz et al. Journal of Human Evolution 38:849-853.
Conference Papers and Posters
Hartman G (2009) Reconstructing Mid-Pleistocene vegetation and climate in the Golan using paleosols and modern plant analogs. Paper presented at the conference: "Climate change in the Upper Jordan Valley between ca. 800ka and 700ka – Its impact on the environment and hominins and its potential as a prediction for future scenarios." The Institute for Advanced Studies, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
Hartman G (2007) Do increased δ13C values measured in herbivorous animals primarily indicate the dietary signal of C4 plants? Paper presented at the Seventy-Second Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.
Zaninger A, Hartman G, Richmond B (2005) Metacarpal head biomechanics: A comparative backscattered electron image analysis of trabecular bone mineral density. Poster presented at the Seventy-Fourth Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Hartman G (2002) Long term continuity in a population of freshwater turtles (Mauremys caspica rivulata) from the Northern Jordan Valley and its paleoenvironmental implications. Presented at the Human Paleoecology in the Levantine Corridor Conference, Hebrew university, Israel.
Hartman G (1997) The Caspian freshwater turtle (Mauremys caspica rivulata) shell and its contribution to archaeological research. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Israeli Prehistory Association, Haifa University, Israel.