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Publications (peer reviewed)

Premolar root variation in Pan troglodytes verus. (submitted). Moore NC, Skinner MM and Hublin J-J. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.

Publications (non-peer reviewed)

Moore, NC and Greenfield, HJ. Automated Age-and Season-at-Death of Neolithic German Equids. Unpublished report.

Shovel Shaped Teeth: an overview and evolutionary implications. 2004 Anthropology, Physical Anthropology, Linguistics, and Archaeology studentís journal.

The Influences of Syphilis on the Field of Paleopathology. 2004 Anthropology, Physical Anthropology, Linguistics, and Archaeology studentís journal.

 

Conference Presentations

Premolar root variation in Hominoidea. Moore NC, Skinner MM and Hublin J-J. Poster presentation, August 2011, 15th International Symposium on Dental Morphology.  

Premolar root variation in Pan. Moore NC, Skinner MM and Hublin J-J. Poster presentation, April 2011 annual of American Association of Physical Anthropologists.   

Fast Fourier Transformation to Estimate Age-at-Death from Archaeological Cementum Annulations. Moore NC and Hoppa RD. Poster presentation, May 2009 annual meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association.

The Role of 3D Printing in Teaching and Education in Human Skeletal Anatomy. Yasmin Carter, Travis T Allard, N Collin Moore, Andrew L Goertzen, Thomas Klonisch and Robert D Hoppa. Poster presentation, April 2009 Association of Anatomists meeting.

Measuring Apical Translucency in Whole Teeth: manual versus digital approaches. Presented at the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology conference 2006.

Shovel Shaped Teeth: evolutionary and biomechanical implications. 2004 Anthropology, Physical Anthropology, Linguistics, and Archaeology studentís conference.

The Influences of Syphilis on the Field of Paleopathology. 2004 Anthropology, Physical Anthropology, Linguistics, and Archaeology studentís conference.

 

Invited Lectures

Dental Anthropology and the Basics of Human Dentition. Invited lecture and lab for Amanda Blackburnís Human Osteology class, 2007 and 2008

Using Crown Traits and Dental Morphology in Skeletal Biology. Invited lecture and lab for Rob Hoppaís Advanced Skeletal Biology, 2007

 

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