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2017

  • Sidney Sebald, Lisa Stenzel, Martin Grünewald, Gisela Grupe: Skeletal remains of neonates from the Roman cemetery of Günzburg (Bavaria, FRG) – how long did the newborns survive? Microscopic assessment of the presence of the neonatal line in dental enamel. In: Anthropologie. International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution, Vol. 56 (1), 2018, in press.
  • Simone Reuß, Carola Metzner-Nebelsick, with a contribution by Dominika Wycisk (2017): Mobility and social dynamics in Bavaria and North Tyrol in the Urnfield Culture. In: Scharl, S., Gehlen, B. (Eds.): Mobility in Prehistoric Sedentary Societies. Papers of the CRC 806 Workshop in Cologne 26-27 June 2015. Rahden/Westf.: Leidorf, 2017, pp 181-214. (Kölner Studien zur Prähistorischen Archäologie; Band 8).
  • Simon Trixl, Bernd Steidl and Joris Peters (2017): Archaeology and Zooarchaeology of the Late Iron Age - Roman Transition in the Province of Raetia (100 BC - 100 AD). European Journal of Archaeology 20 (3): 431 - 450.
  • Grupe G, Grigat A, McGlynn GC (Eds): Across the Alps in Prehistory. Isotopic Mapping of the Brenner Passage by Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2017. product flyer
  • Gisela Grupe, Stefan Hölzl, Balazs Kocsis, Peer Kröger, Markus Mauder, Christoph Mayr, Eirini Ntoutsi, Wolfgang Schmahl, Frank Söllner, Anita Toncala and Dominika Wycisk: Isotopic Mapping and Migration Research. Based on Bioarchaeological Finds. The Interdisciplinary Project 'Transalpine Mobility and Culture Transfer'.In: Anke K. Scholz, Martin Bartelheim, Roland Hardenberg and Jörn Staecker (Eds.): ResourceCultures. Sociocultural Dynamics and the Use of Resources – Theories, Methods, Perspectives. RessourcenKulturen Band 5, Universität Tübingen 2017, pp 195-208.

2016

  • Markus Mauder, Eirini Ntoutsi, Peer Kröger, Christoph Mayr, Gisela Grupe, Anita Toncala, and Stefan Hölzl (2016): Applying Data Mining Methods for the Analysis of Stable Isotope Data in Bioarchaeology. IEEE 12th
    International Conference on eScience, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, October 23 - 27, 2016.
  • Andrea Göhring, Markus Mauder, Peer Kröger, Gisela Grupe (2016): Using Gaussian Mixture Model clustering for multi-isotope analysis of archaeological fish bones for palaeobiodiversity studies. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 30: 1349-1360.
  • Schmahl W.W., Kocsis B., Toncala A. and Grupe G.: Mineralogic Characterisation of Archaeological Bone. In: Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2016, pp 91-110.
  • Söllner F., Toncala A., Hölzl S. and Grupe G.: Determination of Geo-dependent Bioavailable. In: Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2016, pp 123-140.
  • Mayr C., Grupe G., Toncala A. and Lihl C.M.: Linking Oxygen Isotopes of Animal-Bone Phosphate with Altimetry: Results from Archaeological Finds from a Transect in the Alps. In: Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2016, pp 157-172.
  • Mauder M., Ntoutsi E., Kröger P. and Kriegel H.-P.: Towards Predicting Places of Origin from Isotopic Fingerprints: A Case Study on the Mobility of People in the Central European Alps. In: Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2016, pp 221-233.
  • Grupe G. & McGlynn G.C. (Eds.): Isotopic Landscapes in Bioarchaeology. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer 2016. Proceedings of the workshop "A critical look at the concept of isotopic landscapes and its application in future bioarchaeological research", October 13-15, 2014. product flyer

2015

  • Gisela Grupe, Martin Grünewald, Markus Gschwind, Stefan Hölzl, Balazs Kocsis, Peer Kröger, Amei Lang, Markus Mauder, Christoph Mayr, George C. McGlynn, Carola Metzner-Nebelsick, Eirini Ntoutsi, Joris Peters, Matthias Renz, Simone Reuß, Wolfgang W. Schmahl, Frank Söllner, C. Sebastian Sommer, Bernd Steidl, Anita Toncala, Simon Trixl and Dominika Wycisk: Networking in Bioarchaeology: The example of the DFG Research Group FOR 1670 "Transalpine Mobility and Culture Transfer." In: Gisela Grupe, George McGlynn, Joris Peters (Hrsg.): Bioarchaeology beyond Osteology. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 12, 2015, pp 13-51.
  • Andrea Göhring, Anita Toncala, Christoph Mayr, Frank Söllner and Gisela Grupe: Stable oxygen isotope mapping of the transalpine Inn-Eisack-Etsch passage based on modern α-cellulose and water. In: Gisela Grupe, George McGlynn, Joris Peters (Hrsg.): Bioarchaeology beyond Osteology. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 12, 2015, pp 53-80.
  • Amrei Gerstmann, Manuel Lex, Geraldine Rodschinka, Sidney Sebald, Lisa Stenzel, Sophie Hüdepohl, George C. McGlynn and Gisela Grupe: The Roman cemetery of Günzburg / site Ulmer Straße – the uncremated skeletal finds. In: Gisela Grupe, George McGlynn, Joris Peters (Hrsg.): Bioarchaeology beyond Osteology. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 12, 2015, pp 81-168.
  • Mauder M., Ntoutsi E., Kröger P. and Grupe G., 2015. Data Mining for Isotopic Mapping of Bioarchaeological Finds in a Central European Alpine Passage, In: Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Scientific and Statistical Database Management, ACM, New York, NY, USA, 34:1-34:

2014

  • Mauder M., Ntoutsi E. and Kröger P., 2014. Data Mining, Influence of Oxygen Isotope Ratio on Classification, A technical report. PDF Download