Sampling in biomolecular archaeology
New developments and applications in biomolecular archaeology continue to demonstrate the importance and impact of this area to the study of the past. One challenge is to explore methods for minimising sample destruction whilst maximising data generation by integrating analyses into a suitable workflow. As the range of approaches for accessing biomolecular, genetic, isotopic and microfossil information from diverse sample types increases, it is incumbent on the research community to review the methods employed and to evaluate their efficacy.
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John Hawks, Stefanie Eisenmann , Catherine Higgitt , Alissa Mittnik, Alexander Herbig, Camilla Speller, Hannes Schroeder, Ian Barnes, James Fellows Yates, Christina Warinner, Susan Stipp, Andre Colonese, Janet Montgomery, David Peggie, Cynthianne Debono-Spiteri, Rebecca Stacey, Maxime Rageot, Richard Evershed , Amanda Henry, Anita Radini, Michelle Alexander, Patrick Roberts, Daniel Antoine, Enrico Cappellini, Jessie Hendy, Stephen Buckley, Rowena Banerjea, Martin Ellegaard, Chris Mussell