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Strontium and stable isotope evidence of human mobility strategies across the Last Glacial Maximum in southern Italy

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Strontium and stable isotope evidence of human mobility strategies across the Last Glacial Maximum in southern Italy. / Lugli, Federico; Cipriani, Anna; Capecchi, Giulia et al.

In: Nature Ecology & Evolution, Vol. 3, No. 6, 2019, p. 905-911.

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Harvard

Lugli, F, Cipriani, A, Capecchi, G, Ricci, S, Boschin, F, Boscato, P, Iacumin, P, Badino, F, Mannino, MA, Talamo, S, Richards, MP, Benazzi, S & Ronchitelli, A 2019, 'Strontium and stable isotope evidence of human mobility strategies across the Last Glacial Maximum in southern Italy', Nature Ecology & Evolution, vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 905-911. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-0900-8

APA

Lugli, F., Cipriani, A., Capecchi, G., Ricci, S., Boschin, F., Boscato, P., Iacumin, P., Badino, F., Mannino, M. A., Talamo, S., Richards, M. P., Benazzi, S., & Ronchitelli, A. (2019). Strontium and stable isotope evidence of human mobility strategies across the Last Glacial Maximum in southern Italy. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 3(6), 905-911. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-0900-8

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Lugli F, Cipriani A, Capecchi G, Ricci S, Boschin F, Boscato P, Iacumin P, Badino F, Mannino MA, Talamo S, et al. 2019. Strontium and stable isotope evidence of human mobility strategies across the Last Glacial Maximum in southern Italy. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 3(6):905-911. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-0900-8

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Lugli F, Cipriani A, Capecchi G, Ricci S, Boschin F, Boscato P et al. Strontium and stable isotope evidence of human mobility strategies across the Last Glacial Maximum in southern Italy. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2019;3(6):905-911. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-0900-8

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Lugli, Federico ; Cipriani, Anna ; Capecchi, Giulia et al. / Strontium and stable isotope evidence of human mobility strategies across the Last Glacial Maximum in southern Italy. In: Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2019 ; Vol. 3, No. 6. pp. 905-911.

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title = "Strontium and stable isotope evidence of human mobility strategies across the Last Glacial Maximum in southern Italy",
abstract = "Understanding the reason(s) behind changes in human mobility strategies through space and time is a major challenge in palaeoanthropology. Most of the time this is due to the lack of suitable temporal sequences of human skeletal specimens during critical climatic or cultural shifts. Here, we present temporal variations in the Sr isotope composition of 14 human deciduous teeth and the N and C stable isotope ratios of four human remains from the Grotta Paglicci site (Apulia, southern Italy). The specimens were recovered from the Gravettian and Epigravettian layers, across the Last Glacial Maximum, and dated between 31210–33103 and 18334–19860 yr cal bp (2σ). The two groups of individuals exhibit different 87Sr/86Sr ratios and, while the Gravettians are similar to the local macro-fauna in terms of Sr isotopic signal, the Epigravettians are shifted towards higher radiogenic Sr ratios. These data, together with stable isotopes, can be explained by the adoption of different mobility strategies between the two groups, with the Gravettians exploiting logistical mobility strategies and the Epigravettians applying residential mobility.",
author = "Federico Lugli and Anna Cipriani and Giulia Capecchi and Stefano Ricci and Francesco Boschin and Paolo Boscato and Paola Iacumin and Federica Badino and Mannino, {Marcello A.} and Sahra Talamo and Richards, {Michael P.} and Stefano Benazzi and Annamaria Ronchitelli",
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AU - Boscato, Paolo

AU - Iacumin, Paola

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AU - Mannino, Marcello A.

AU - Talamo, Sahra

AU - Richards, Michael P.

AU - Benazzi, Stefano

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