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Publications

Oelze V. M., Fahy G, Hohmann G., Robbins M., Leinert V, Lee K., Eshuis H., Seiler N., Wessling E., Boesch C, Kühl H (in review): Comparative Isotope Ecology of African Great Apes. Journal of Human Evolution, submitted May 2015

Crowley B., Reitsema L., Oelze V.M., Sponheimer M. (in prep): Advances in primate stable isotope ecology – achievements and prospects after 20 years of research. American Journal of Primatology, Special Issue on Advances in Primate Stable Isotope Ecology

Oelze, V.M. (in review): Reconstructing temporal variation in great ape and other primate diets: a methodological framework for isotope analyses in hair. American Journal of Primatology, Special Issue on Advances in Primate Stable Isotope Ecology

Mundry R, and Oelze V. M. (accepted manuscript): Who is who matters - the effects of pseudoreplication in stable isotope analysis. American Journal of Primatology, Special Issue on Advances in Primate Stable Isotope Ecology

Oelze V.M., Head J.S., Robbins M.M., Richards M., Boesch C. (2014): Niche differentiation and dietary seasonality among sympatric gorillas and chimpanzees in Loango National Park (Gabon) revealed by stable isotope analysis. Journal of Human Evolution, Vol. 66, pp. 95-106. [link]

Nehlich O, Oelze V.M., Jay M, Conrad M, Stäuble H, Teegen W-R, Richards MP (2014): Sulphur isotope ratios of multi-period archaeological skeletal remains from central Germany: A dietary and mobility study. Anthropologie (BRNO).

Oelze V.M., Koch J.K., Kupke K., Nehlich O., Zäuner S., Wahl J., Weise S., Rieckhoff S., Richards M.P. (2012): The multi-residential burial population of the Early Iron Age monumental tumulus of Magdalenenberg, Black Forest, Germany. American Journal of Physical Anthroplogy, 148 (3): 406–421 [link]

Oelze V.M., Nehlich O., Richards M.P. (2012): ‘There’s no place like home’ - No isotopic evidence for mobility at the Early Bronze Age cemetery of Singen, Germany. Archaeometry 54 (4): 752–778 [link]

Deschner T., Fuller B.T., Oelze V.M., Boesch C., Hublin J.-J., Mundry R., Richards MP., Ortmann S., Hohmann G. (2012): Identification of energy consumption and nutritional stress by isotopic and elemental analysis of urine in bonobos (Pan paniscus). Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 26: 69–77 [link] [pdf]

Oelze V.M., Fuller B.T., Richards M.P., Fruth B., Surbeck M., Hublin J.-J., Hohmann G. (2011): Exploring the contribution and significance of animal protein in the diet of bonobos by stable isotope ratio analysis of hair. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (24): 9792-9797 [link]

Oelze V.M., Siebert A., Nicklisch N., Dresely V., Meller H., Alt K.W. (2011): Early Neolithic diet and animal husbandry: Stable isotope evidence from three LBK sites in Central Germany. Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (2): 270-279 [link]

Oelze V., Pinard E., Alt K.W. (in print): Haupt- und Nachbestattung aus dem latènezeitlichen Wagengrab von Somme-Tourbe „La Gorge-Meillet“.  Les Cahiers du musèe d’Archèologie nationale, no 2: 181-185

Siebert A., Oelze V.M., Alt K.W. (in print): Analyse der stabilen Isotope von Kohlenstoff und Stickstoff der Haupt- und Nachbestattung aus dem latènezeitlichen Wagengrab von Somme-Tourbe „La Gorge-Meillet“. Les Cahiers du musèe d’Archèologie nationale, no 2: 189-191

Rosendahl W., Oelze V., Alt K.W., Wirth K. (2009): Über eine bandkeramische Kinderbestattung aus Edingen, Rhein-Neckar-Kreis. Mannheimer Geschichtsblätter 18/2009: 119-121

Oelze V. (2008): Die Toten aus der keltischen Nekropole von Hattersheim am Main. Hessen-Archäologie 2007: 74-76

Rosendahl W., Wirth K., Oelze V., Alt K.W. (2006): Einsame Tote- ein neolithischer Skelettfund aus Mannheim-Seckenheim. Archäologische Ausgrabungen in Baden-Württemberg 2005: 31-32