Publikationen, an denen er mitarbeitet JULIA ARAMENDI PICADO (30)


  1. 3D analysis of cut marks using a new geometric morphometric methodological approach

    Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, Vol. 11, Núm. 2, pp. 651-665

  2. A geometric-morphometric assessment of three-dimensional models of experimental cut-marks using flint and quartzite flakes and handaxes

    Quaternary International, Vol. 517, pp. 45-54

  3. Application of geometric morphometrics to the analysis of cut mark morphology on different bones of differently sized animals. Does size really matter?

    Quaternary International, Vol. 517, pp. 33-44

  4. Applying new technologies to the taphonomic study of La Lluera (Asturias, Spain). Geometric morphometrics and the study of bone surface modifications (BSM)

    Quaternary International, Vol. 517, pp. 107-117

  5. Approaching raw material functionality in the Upper Magdalenian of Coímbre cave (Asturias, Spain) through geometric morphometrics

    Quaternary International, Vol. 517, pp. 97-106

  6. Combining machine learning algorithms and geometric morphometrics: A study of carnivore tooth marks

    Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 522, pp. 28-39

  7. Cut marks and raw material exploitation in the lower pleistocene site of Bell's Korongo (BK, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania): A geometric morphometric analysis

    Quaternary International, Vol. 526, pp. 155-168

  8. Geometric-morphometric analysis of tooth pits and the identification of felid and hyenid agency in bone modification

    Quaternary International, Vol. 517, pp. 79-87

  9. New taphonomic advances in 3D digital microscopy: A morphological characterisation of trampling marks

    Quaternary International, Vol. 517, pp. 55-66