Publications in collaboration with researchers from Institut Català de Paleoecologia Humana i Evolució Social (14)


  1. 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

  2. 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

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

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

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

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

  5. 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

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

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

  7. New technologies applied to archaeology. Contributions of photogrammetry and geometric morphometrics to the resolution of taphonomic issues

    Quaternary International

  8. The use of canid tooth marks on bone for the identification of livestock predation

    Scientific Reports, Vol. 9, Núm. 1

  9. Who ate OH80 (Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania)? A geometric-morphometric analysis of surface bone modifications of a Paranthropus boisei skeleton

    Quaternary International, Vol. 517, pp. 118-130