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  • Correction: The Draft Genome of Extinct European Aurochs and its Implications for De-Extinction

    Sinding, Mikkel-Holger S.; Gilbert, M. Thomas P. (2017)
    This article details a correction to the article: Sinding, M-H.S. & Gilbert, M.T.P. 2016 The Draft Genome of Extinct European Aurochs and its Implications for De-Extinction. Open Quaternary. 2(7): DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/oq.25

    Population Demography and Genetic Diversity in the Pleistocene Cave Lion

    Ersmark, Erik; Orlando, Ludovic; Sandoval-Castellanos, Edson; Barnes, Ian; Barnett, Ross; Stuart, Anthony; Lister, Adrian; Dalén, Love (2015)
    Projects: EC | SIMBA (298820)
    With a range that covered most of northern Eurasia and parts of North America, the cave lion (Panthera spelaea) was one of the most widespread carnivores of the Late Pleistocene. Earlier ancient DNA analyses have shown that it is distinct from modern lions, and have suggested a demographic decline in Beringia during marine isotope stage 3 (MIS 3). Here, we further investigate the Late Pleistocene population dynamics in more detail by combining a powerful algorithm that couples MCMC with coale...

    The Promise and Peril of Older Collections: Meta-Analyses and the Zooarchaeology of Late Prehistoric/Early Historic New Mexico

    Jones, Emily Lena; Gabe, Caroline (2015)
    Zooarchaeological meta-analyses hold promise in answering the “big questions” of archaeology, but they are also fraught with methodological peril. In regions with a long history of archaeological research, like the American Southwest, such meta-analyses will invariably involve the use of older collections. These assemblages can pose a challenge for zooarchaeologists: the faunas were often haphazardly and/or inconsistently collected, and documentation of collection methods can be difficult to ...

    Lake Level Changes, Lake Edge Basins and the Paleoenvironment of the Fayum North Shore, Egypt, during the Early to Mid-Holocene

    Phillipps, Rebecca; Holdaway, Simon; Ramsay, Rebecca; Emmitt, Joshua; Wendrich, Willeke; Linseele, Veerle (2016)
    Fluctuations in the levels of Lake Qarun, Fayum, Egypt have long been recognized and are associated with Epipalaeolithic and Neolithic occupations dating to the early to mid-Holocene, some of which contain early evidence for the presence of southwest Asian domestic plants and animals. Here evidence for the extent and timing of these lake level changes is reassessed based on the analysis of a satellite derived digital surface model of the north shore of Lake Qarun. A more accurate topography f...

    Provisioning the Early Bronze Age City of Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel: Isotopic Analyses of Domestic Livestock Management Patterns

    Arnold, Elizabeth; Greenfield, Haskel; Hartman, Gideon; Greenfield, Tina; Shai, Itzhaq; Carter-McGee, Parryss; Maeir, Aren (2018)
    It is often assumed that domestic animals in early urban Near Eastern centres either are a reflection of the local pastoral economy, or were raised at a distance by pastoral specialists. In this paper, we test these assumptions through detailed isotopic analyses (carbon, oxygen and strontium) of caprines (sheep and goat) from Tell es-Safi/Gath, an Early Bronze Age urban centre in central Israel. The isotopic analyses demonstrate that the bulk of the caprines were raised within the general vic...
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