ASIL Isotope Lab

logo of the ASILASIL (Archaeological Stable Isotope Laboratory) works on questions related to ancient human activities and environments through stable isotopic analyses of biogenic tissues including bones, teeth, hair, and plant remains. The lab is currently engaged in multiple projects that focus on documenting animal husbandry practices in modern and ancient societies, establishing the environmental variables that contribute to isotopic variation in plant communities, and examining the trade and exchange of textiles.

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Dr. Christine Winter-Schuh cschuh(at)gshdl.uni-kiel.de 880-4379