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  • The World Directory of Zooarchaeologists: A volunteer listing intended to initiate communication between researchers around the globe.
  • Adams, William R.: Brief profile of this Indiana University Lecturer and Director of the Zooarchaeology Laboratory.
  • Albarella, Umberto: Bibliography of this University of Durham zooarchaeologist. Research interests include the origin, spread and evolution of domestic animals in Europe, the medieval animal economy and the application of biometric methods in zooarchaeology.
  • Atici, A. Levent: Detailed profile of this University of Ankara Ph.D. Candidate. Research interests include faunal analysis and the Upper and Epi-Palaeolithic Periods of Anatolia. Site also contains related bibliographies.
  • Bar-Yosef Mayer, Daniella: Profile of this archaeologist who studies the "cultural" use of shells (mainly of marine origin) from as early as the Upper Paleolithic (from Kebara and Hayonim caves) to as late as the Islamic Period (from 7th Century A.D. Sde Boqer).
  • Barrett, James: Brief profile of this University of York professor. Research interests include all aspects of zooarchaeology, but particularly marine resources and taphonomy.
  • Beech, Mark: Curriculum vita of this Honorary Visiting Fellow at the University of York.
  • Belcher, William: Brief profile of this Harappa Archaeological Research Project archaeologist. Field of concentration is an ancient Indus economy built around large-scale, efficient methods of trading perishable fish across hundreds of miles five thousand years ago.
  • Bernstein, David J.: Profile of this State University of New York Associate Professor. Recent work investigates long-term trends in `resource` use among prehistoric Native Americans on the coast of northeastern North America.
  • Bowen, Joanne: Brief profile of this College of William and Mary professor. Research interests include zooarchaeology and complex societies, with a particular focus on colonial North American animal husbandry, human ecology, and the landscape.
  • Brothwell, Don: Brief profile of this University of York Professor. Research interests include the archaeology of food and the disease ecology of past populations (humans and domestic livestock).
  • Burke, Ariane M.: Curriculum vitae of this University of Manitoba Associate Professor . research interests include the analysis of faunal remains from Middle Palaeolithic sites in Crimea (Ukraine).
  • Butler, Virginia L.: Detailed profile of this Portland State University Associate Professor. Research interests include the role of fish in past human societies.
  • Conard, Nicholas J.: Curriculum vitae of this Universität Tüingen professor. Research interests include taphonomic, faunal and spatial analysis of archaeological sites.
  • Dayan, Tamar: Curriculum vitae of this Tel-Aviv University Senior Lecturer. Research interests include the succession and community structure of the carnivores of the Middle East in space and time.
  • Driver, Jonathan C.: Profile of this Simon Fraser University Professor. Research specialties include zooarchaeology, cultural ecology, PaleoIndian adaptations, southwestern United States.
  • Emery, Kitty F.: Curriculum vita of this Curator of Environmental Archaeology with the Florida Museum of Natural History.
  • Galik, Alfred: Publications and research projects of this University of Vienna, Institute for Palaeontology, faculty member. Research interests include archaeoicthyology.
  • Grant, Annie: Brief profile of this University of Leicester Honorary Reader. Research interests include archaeozoology, methods and approaches; inter-relationships between human societies and animals from environmental, economic and cultural perspectives.
  • Greenfield, Haskel J.: Curriculum vitae of this University of Manitoba Professor. Research interests include zooarchaeology and the origins of animal domestication and pastoralism.
  • Halstead, Paul: Profile of this University of Sheffield Reader. Research interests include subsistence economics and the prehistory of south-east Europe.
  • Jackson, Ed: Detailed profile of this University of Southern Mississippi Professor. Research interests include human ecology, and zooarchaeology and the prehistory of the southeastern United States.
  • Jones, Andrew: Brief profile of this University of Bradford Lecturer. Research interests include fish remains from archaeological sites.
  • Lapham, Heather: Profile of this Southern Illinois University Adjunct Assistant Professor. Research interests include relation of Native American economic organization and sociopolitical institutions in Late Woodland and Historic periods.
  • Leach, Foss: Brief profile of this Museum of New Zealand researcher. Research interests include the archaeology of fishing.
  • Leonard, Robert D.: Brief curriculum vitae of this University of New Mexico Associate Professor. Research interests include Evolutionary theory, faunal analysis, quantitative methods; Southwest United States and North Mexico .
  • Levine, Marsha Ann: Brief profile of this University of Cambridge Research Associate. Research interests include the exploitation of the horse in central Eurasia from the Late Palaeolithic to the Iron Age.
  • Lupo, Karen D.: Brief profile of this Washington State University Assistant Professor. Research interests include the prehistory of the Great Basin and Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Lyman, R. Lee: Faculty profile of this University of Missouri, Columbia Professor. Research interests lie in zooarchaeology and vertebrate taphonomy.
  • Mainland, Ingrid: Publications of this University of Bradford Lecturer. Research interests include the potential of dental microwear for exploring seasonal aspects of sheep husbandry and management.
  • Matilda Holmes: Freelance archaeozoologist offering services of identifying, recording, and analyzing animal bones from archaeological sites in Britain, Europe, Russia and Africa. 
  • Meadow, Richard Henry: Biography and selected publications from the International Directory of Researchers.
  • Millard, Andrew: Detailed profile of this University of Durham Lecturer. Research interests include bone chemistry and diagenesis, dating and soil chemistry.
  • Miracle, Preston Thor: Brief profile of this University of Cambridge Lecturer. Research interests include Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Europe.
  • Moss, Madonna: Detailed profile of this University of Oregon professor. Research interests include coastal fishing, hunting, and gathering societies and gender and archaeology.
  • Murray, Emily: Publications of this University of Birmingham animal bone specialist. Research interests include coastal `resource` exploitation.
  • Nicholson, Rebecca: Brief profile of this University of Bradford Research Fellow. Research interests include archaeozoology and archaeoichthyology.
  • O'Connor, Terry: Brief profile of this University of York Professor. Research interests include the archaeology of sheep and environmental archaeology.
  • Outram, Alan K.: Detailed profile of this University of Exeter Lecturer. Research interests include people's exploitation of food resources, notably in physically marginal environments.
  • Perdikaris, Sophia: Curriculum vitae of this Brooklyn College Assistant Professor. Research interests include maritime adaptations in the North Atlantic.
  • Rees, Mark A.: Curriculum vita of this University of Louisiana Professor. Research interests include Native American and Euroamerican historical archaeology.
  • Roberts, James: Detailed profile of this University of Newcastle Ph.D. candidate. Research interests include differential bone diagenesis due to taphonomic precursors.
  • Rowley-Conwy, Peter: Profile of this University of Durham Reader in Environmental Archaeology. Research interests include the archaeology of the pig, the Baltic, and the Russian Far East.
  • Russell, Nerissa: Brief profile of this Cornell University professor. Research interests include the ways past peoples used animals and their products to construct social relationships at Neolithic sites in southeast Europe and Anatolia.
  • Savelle, James M.: Brief profile of this McGill University Professor. Research interests include prehistoric Thule Eskimo societies in the North American Arctic especially with respect to whaling vs non-whaling economies.
  • Serjeantson, Dale: Brief profile of this University of Southampton Honorary Research Fellow. Research interests include birds in archaeology, medieval food, diet and animals, and intensification of pastoral systems.
  • Torben, Rick C.: Curriculum vitae of this University of Oregon Ph.D. Candidate. Research interests include coastal adaptations and zooarchaeology and taphonomy.
  • Wake, Thomas A.: Detailed profile of the Director of the Costen Institute of Archaeology's Zooarchaeology Laboratory. Research interests include the analysis of animal remains from Mexico and Central America.
  • Walshe, Keryn: Profile of this Flinder University Lecturer. Research interests include faunal analysis, taphonomy, and indigenous Australian archaeology.
  • Weinstock, Jacobo: Brief profile of this University of Southampton Research Fellow. Research interests include palaeobiology of Palaeolithic mammal species, the biology of body size and sexual dimorphism, and Palaeolithic hunting strategies.
  • Wing, Elizabeth S.: Curriculum vitae of this Florida Museum of Natural History, Curator of Zooarcheology.
  • Zohar, Irit: Profile of this University of Haifa Adjunct Lecturer. Research interests include exploitation of marine resources by the prehistoric inhabitants of the Israeli coast.

 

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