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IsoArcH Database 34m
The initiative had never stoped during the pandemic. Back to work or still working remotely we need to protect ourselves and our colleagues but we can do it in style! Join us:
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IsoArcH Database Jun 2
The library is now embedded in the website. You can access the complete list of publications cited in the database directly on this webpage: DOIs and hyperlinks are provided and all citations can be exported to RIS.
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IsoArcH Database Jun 2
50! We have 50 members in the association! The complete list of members can be found here: We are so happy! 🙃😁🙃 Who is next?
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IsoArcH Database May 21
We have a proud new member in the association! Please welcome Dr. Alice Toso () from the University of York (, ), UK. 😉
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IsoArcH Database Oct 18
present during the workshop in Brussels!
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IsoArcH Database May 28
Check out our new members to the crew: - Dr. Dimitra Michael (University College Dublin, Ireland) - Dr. Zita Laffranchi (University of Bern, Switzerland; University of Granada, Spain) Welcome to both of you! , ,
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IsoArcH Database 10 Sep 17
The form to share your isotopic data with has been released online.
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IsoArcH Database 14 May 19
was at the conference in Montréal (Canada) last week! Nice talks with isotope folks!
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Esther Plomp 4 Nov 18
The postprint version of my paper on neodymium in human teeth is now available on !
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IsoArcH Database 10 Apr 19
Replying to @NannonStevens
For , we are using MySQL as a (relational) database system and PHP to manipulate the online database. However, a "bit" of coding is required to manage these tools. Between, the use of as an open acces isotope database could save you time ;)
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IsoArcH Database May 27
And here are our two newest members: - Dr. Diego López Onaindia aka (University of the Basque Country, Spain; Université de Bordeaux, France) - Ms. Katie Faillace aka (Cardiff University, UK) Welcome to the association!
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Esther Plomp Mar 1
I checked how open my dissertation references are. people, please archive your work using (institutional) repositories! If your website or ResearchGate/Academia/SciHub goes down, the majority of your output is inaccessible to anyone not based at an institute.
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IsoArcH Database 3 Oct 18
Breaking news: is the main partner of . New ties have been created: takes up the responsibility of co-Director of and RicardoFernandes become co-Director of .
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Esther Plomp Mar 17
I made a map with R and isotope data!!! (with loads of help but in the end I was able to adjust things myself and I'm just super hyped right now) (also that moment when a supervisor goes like 'but what extra information does it add?' grrrr)
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Gina Buckley Mar 12
Membership is growing quickly, join us!
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IsoArcH Database 10 Nov 18
NEEDS YOU! We are currently intensively compiling isotopic data for Europe/Near East/North Africa. Please check if your data are already included in here: . If not, please SHARE below the link to your publications. Cheers :)
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Dr. W. Meier-Augenstein, FRSC Mar 15
What measures are in place to ensure data submitted to are/were properly scale calibrated using two adequately spaced reference materials as scale anchors so submitted data are traceable and internationally comparable?
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wash.cc 13 Sep 11
IsoArch 3/4 Foot Supports Reviews
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IsoArcH Database 10 Sep 17
3 proposals for communications presenting have just been submitted for international meetings! and . See you then!
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IsoArcH Database 10 Sep 17
are looking for free historic or tiles for the Iron age, Classical Antiquity, Medieval times. Any tips? Please share it!
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