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Publications

Radiocarbon dates from the Netherlands and Doggerland as a proxy for vegetation and faunal biomass between 55 and 5 ka cal bp

Pleistocene Walrus Odobenus rosmarus (L., 1758) Discovered in Northern European Russia (Pechora River)

Defining multiple inhabitations of a cave environment using interdisciplinary archaeometry: the ‘Christmas Cave’ of the Wadi en-Nar/Nahal Qidron, West of the Dead Sea

FOSSIL BONES FROM THE NORTH SEA: RADIOCARBON AND STABLE ISOTOPE (13C/15N) DATA

HESSEL DE VRIES: RADIOCARBON PIONEER FROM GRONINGEN

Species-specific reservoir effect estimates: A case study of archaeological marine samples from the Bering Strait

Новые данные к истории фауны грызунов Приуральской Субарктики (гряда Чернышева, северо-восток европейской части России) в голоцене

Correction to: Investigations of the relics and altar materials relating to the apostles St James and St Philip at the Basilica dei Santi XII Apostoli in Rome

Cross-comparison of last glacial radiocarbon and OSL ages using periglacial fan deposits

Ecohydrological analysis of a South African through-flow mire: Vankervelsvlei revisited

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Press/media

How Old Is the Greenland Shark? The answer is slippery.

Een van de laatste bruine beren in Nederland leefde zo’n 1000 jaar geleden bij Noordwijk

Onderzoekers vinden resten van Noordwijkse beer

Noordwijkse bruine beer gevonden

Surf’n Turf in Doggerland

Ancient Doggerland diet discovered

De laatste jagers in Doggerland

Grottekeningen blijken accurater: er waren twee bizonsoorten in Europa

Importeerden Vikingen strandgapers?

scientists reveal prehistoric animal lived longer than previously thought

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