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Department of Human Evolution

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology

Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

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Pederzani, S., Snoeck, C., Wacker, U., & Britton, K. (2020). Anion exchange resin and slow precipitation preclude the need for pretreatments in silver phosphate preparation for oxygen isotope analysis of bioapatites. Chemical Geology,534: 119455.
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Britton, K., Pederzani, S., Kindler, L., Roebroeks, W., Gaudzinski-Windheuser, S., Richards, M. P., & Tütken, T. (2019). Oxygen isotope analysis of Equus teeth evidences early Eemian and early Weichselian palaeotemperatures at the Middle Palaeolithic site of Neumark-Nord 2, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Quaternary Science Reviews,226: 106029.
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Pederzani, S., & Britton, K. (2019). Oxygen isotopes in bioarchaeology: Principles and applications, challenges and opportunities. Earth-Science Reviews,188, 77-107.
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Makarewicz, C. A., & Pederzani, S. (2017). Oxygen (δ18O) and carbon (δ13C) isotopic distinction in sequentially sampled tooth enamel of co-localized wild and domesticated caprines: Complications to establishing seasonality and mobility in herbivores. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,485, 1-15.
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Book Chapters

Hermes, T., Pederzani, S., & Makarewicz, C. (2018). Ahead of the curve? Implications for isolating vertical tranhumance in seasonal montane environments using sequential oxygen isotope analyses of tooth enamel. In A. Miller, & C. Makarewicz (Eds.), Isotopic investigations of pastoralism in prehistory (pp. 57-76). Routledge.
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