Leibniz laboratory for radiometric dating and isotope research
Email: [email protected] are an active research Group that focuses on the application of stable isotope methods to questions of past hominin (including human) and faunal diet, ecology, and environment.These practical applications alongside data mining from the existing literature are leading to the development and publication of databases collating modern and fossil primate stable isotope measurements from around the world (PRIMDAT) and pre-Holocene hominin and human stable isotope measurements, primarily from Africa and the tropics (HOMDAT).Jana Zech Laboratory Manager of the Stable Isotope Laboratory at the Department of Archaeology, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History Geologist specialisaing in compound specific stable isotope analysis of natural and anthropogenic sediments. OASIS and δIANA developers (Dietary Isotopic baseline for the Ancient North).Email: [email protected] (Open-Acess storage for northern isotopic data) is a portal to public databases maintained by Laboratory of Chronology at the Finnish Museum of Natural History - LUOMUS, University of Helsinki. A database for North(east) European plant and animal stable isotope values (with focus on the Nordic and Baltic countries, Russia, northern Poland and Germany). Markku Oinonen Laboratory of Chronology, Finnish Museum of Natural History (University of Helsinki) Physicist specializing in research in chronological methods within archaeology, environmental sciences, geology and industry.
Patrick Roberts Group Leader of the Stable Isotope Laboratory at the Department of Archaeology, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History Archaeological scientist specializing in stable isotope applicati Dr.
CARD was developed in 1990 and expanded to V2.1 in 2015 with additional features such as a spatial interface, a security wall, unlimited up/downloading and on screen data editing.