Biogeochemical Approaches to Paleodietary Analysis . We use carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analyses of human and faunal bone col- lagen   .. Some Biochemical Aspects of Carbon Isotopic Paleodiet Studies, Biogeochemical. Biochemical. Aspects. of. Carbon. Isotopic. Paleodiet. Studies. HENRY P. SCHWARCZ ABSTRACT Carbon isotope ratios of preserved human tissues ( collagen. Multidisciplinary Approaches John Staller, Robert Tykot, Bruce Benz S. Ambrose, M. A. Katzenberg, (Eds.), Biochemical approaches to paleodietary analysis.
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