KVCV lecture: Secrets in our skeletons: isotopes in bones and teeth

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From biology to geochemistry, isotope analysis has a wide range of applicability across various scientific fields. This talk will discuss the applications of isotope analysis in archaeology. By using case studies from across the world, we hope to demonstrate how measuring different isotope systems (carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and strontium) from our teeth and bones can be used to help answer questions about diet and mobility!
Period22 Nov 2022
Event typePresentation
LocationBrussels, Belgium