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Conference Presentations

Invited presentations

Seasonality and niche partitioning among sympatric gorillas and chimpanzees in Loango National Park (Gabon) revealed by stable isotope analysis, presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, Invited Session: Isotopic Advances in Primate Foraging Ecology, Calgary, Canada 2014

‘Analysing the diets of great apes by means of stable isotopes: analogues for early hominin diets’ (2011), The Rank Prize Funds Mini-Symposium on Evolution of the Human Diet, Grasmere, UK

 

Oral presentations

‘Stable isotope ecology and dietary seasonality of sympatric gorillas and chimpanzees from Loango, Gabon’ (2013), Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Primatologie, Hamburg

Early Bronze Age & Early Iron Age Couch Potatoes…Is there evidence for mobility at the sites of Singen and Magdalenenberg? (2011), SAA; Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, Sacramento, USA

‘Early Neolithic diet and animal husbandry: Stable isotope evidence from three LBK sites in Central Germany’ (2010), EAA; European Association of Archaeologists, Den Haag, Netherlands

‘Early Bronze Age couch potatoes: Is there evidence for mobility at the site of Singen?’ (2010), Migrations in Prehistory and Early History. Stable Isotopes and Population Genetics - New Answers to Old Questions?, Berlin, Germany

‘Isotope Evidence of Mobility and Diet in the Early Bronze and Early Iron Ages in Southern Germany’ (2009), IPNA Conference: Migration and Mobility, Basel, Switzerland

‘Subsistenzstrategien linearbandkeramischer Bevölkerungen in Mitteldeutschland- das Potential der Isotopenanalyse’ (2009), Jahrestagung des Mittel- und Ostdeutschen Verbandes für Altertumsforschung e.V., Greifswald, Germany

 

Poster presentations

‘Diets of sympatric great apes and fossil hominins: searching for isotopic analogies’ (2013), 22nd Annual Meeting of the Paleoanthropology Society, Honolulu (Hawaii), USA

‘Early Bronze Age couch potatoes: Is there evidence for mobility at the site of Singen?’ (2010), ISBA4; International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology, Copenhagen, Denmark

‘Early Neolithic diet and animal husbandry: Stable isotope evidence from three LBK sites in Central Germany’ (2010), ISBA4; International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology, Copenhagen, Denmark

‘Of Bonobos, Birds and Butterflies: The Isotope Ecology of the Salonga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo’ (2010), The 7th International Conference on Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA

‘Monitoring nutritional stress with urinary δ15N and C/N ratios in captive bonobos’, with Deschner T., Fuller B.T., Ortmann S., Richards M., and Hohmann G. (2010), The 79th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Albuquerque, USA

‘Human Bones from the site of La Tène (Switzerland)’ (2007), Annual meeting of the German Society of Anthropology (Gesellschaft für Anthropologie), Freiburg, Germany