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Publicaciones destacadas de los últimos 5 años:

Gadekar C, Rajesh SV, Abhayan GS, Sharma BP, Chavan A, Bhandari S, Jadeja JM (in press) Early Harappan interaction between Sindh and Gujarat: as evidenced by lithic tools. Journal of Lithic Studies

Tsafou E, García-Granero JJ (in press) Beyond staple crops: exploring the use of ‘invisible’ plant ingredients in Minoan cuisine through starch grain analysis on ceramic vessels. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences

García-Granero JJ, Hatzaki E, Tsafou E, Ayala G, Serpetsidaki I, Bogaard A (2021From storage to disposal: a holistic microbotanical approach to domestic plant preparation and consumption activities in Late Minoan Gypsades, Crete. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 28, 307-331

Rebolledo S, Béarez P, Zurro D, Santoro CM, Latorre C (2021) Big fish or small fish? Differential Ichthyoarchaeological representation revealed by different recovery methods in the Atacama Desert coast, northern Chile. Environmental Archaeology 28, 1-5

Caro J, Díaz-de la Fuente S, Ahedo V, Zurro D, Madella M, Galán JM, Izquierdo LR, Santos JI, del Olmo R (eds.) (2020) Terra Incognita: Libro blanco sobre transdisciplinariedad y nuevas formas de investigación en el Sistema Español de Ciencia y Tecnología. Pressbooks

García-Granero JJ (2020) Starch taphonomy, equifinality and the importance of context: some notes on the identification of food processing through starch grain analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science 124, 105267

García-Granero JJ, Skoula M, Sarpaki A, Cárdenas M, Madella M, Bogaard A (2020A long-term assessment of the use of Phoenix theophrasti Greuter (Cretan date palm): the ethnobotany and archaeobotany of a neglected palm. Journal of Ethnobiology 40, 101-114

Zurro D, Galán JM, Álvarez M, Caro J, Pereda M, Ahedo V, Briz i Godino I, Santos JI, Izquierdo LR (2020) Conflicto y cooperación social en sociedades cazadoras-recolectoras tardías en Tierra de Fuego (Argentina). En Caro J et al. (eds.) Terra Incognita: Libro blanco sobre transdisciplinariedad y nuevas formas de investigación en el Sistema Español de Ciencia y Tecnología. Pressbooks

Ahedo V, Caro J, Bortolini E, Zurro D, Madella M, Galán JM (2019) Quantifying the relationship between food sharing practices and socio-ecological variables in small-scale societies: A cross-cultural multi-methodological approach. PloS ONE 14(5), e0216302

Rashid I, Mir SH, Zurro D, Dar RA, Reshi A (2019) Phytoliths as proxies of the past. Earth-Science Reviews 194, 234-250

García-Granero JJ, Urem-Kotsou D, Bogaard A, Kotsos S (2018) Cooking plant foods in the northern Aegean: microbotanical evidence from Neolithic Stavroupoli (Thessaloniki, Greece). Quaternary International 496, 140-151

Zurro D (2018) One, two, three phytoliths: assessing the minimum phytolith sum for archaeological studies. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 10(7), 1673-1691

Zurro D, Hodson M (2018) Phytoliths in European Archaeology. Smith C (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, Cham

García-Granero JJ, Gadekar C, Esteban I, Lancelotti C, Madella M, Ajithprasad P (2017) What is on the craftsmen’s menu? Plant consumption at Datrana, a 5000-year-old lithic blade workshop in North Gujarat, India. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9, 251–263

García-Granero JJ, Lancelotti C, Madella M (2017) A methodological approach to the study of microbotanical remains from grinding stones: a case study in northern Gujarat (India). Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 26, 43–57

Pereda M, Zurro D, Santos JI, Briz I, Álvarez M, Caro J, Galán JM (2017) Emergence and evolution of cooperation under resource pressure. Scientific Reports 7, 45574

Reyes-García V, Zurro D, Caro J, Madella M (2017) Small-scale societies and environmental transformations: co-evolutionary dynamics. Ecology and Society 22(1), 15

Zurro D, Negre J, Ruiz J, Álvarez M, Briz I, Caro J (2017) An ethnoarchaeological study on anthropic markers from a shell midden in Tierra del Fuego (Southern Argentina): Lanashuaia II. Environmental Archaeology 22(4), 394-411