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Robyn Kramer Jan 22
My first 1st-author publication based on my Master's research that uses isotopes to predict geographic origin for deceased Latin American migrants!!!
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Joanna Tindall 6h
Looking like a real scientist in the lab today, separating the paraffin oil off my water samples. The oil prevents evaporation whilst my samples are in the field, but needs to be removed before isotope analysis.
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Naomi S. Wells 14h
The crew demonstrates our grasp of delta notation
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Daniel Castellanos Jan 23
Finally! Castellanos et al. (2020). We address the applicability of isotope analysis to human identification in Colombia.
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Dr. Jessica Carilli Jan 21
Drizzly day on the bay doing quarterly sampling for the San Diego Bay sea turtle diet study using !
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Chris Stantis, PhD Jan 20
Day 20: Reconstruction Reconstructing paleodiet using involves knowing what your local foods look like isotopically. Here's some of my PhD human data plotted out with tropical Pacific plants & animals. Notice how the humans are in between fish and veggies
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Chris Stantis, PhD Jan 21
Day 21: Experimental analysis has well-established protocols, but we're always trying to get the best results from our samples. Less experimental, more tweaking a recipe My samples are so fragile I use a more diluted acid than most for bulk collagen.
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Dallas Isotopes 16h
We have released CB Jamaal Houser and have signed FA CB Ren “Skinny” Bowie. Welcome to the Dallas Isotopes Ren! 🤘🤠
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elise Jan 20
Nitrate as tracers of atmospheric deposition rates of 2-3 kg/ha/y in Sydney and Lismore, nice new study by that is!
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Alisha Adams Jan 17
Replying to @alisha_adams_
Furthering our productive vibes today, also finally finished weighing these bad boys... not that there was much to weigh.
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Chris Stantis, PhD Jan 17
Day 17: Patterns A lot of in bioarch is hoping you can make out some sort of pattern when you plot your data out on a graph. This is from a recent publication of mine, where I hoped the actual bone data (blue) would make a sort of curve (like the pink)
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Dr. Rebecca Barnes Jan 17
Science is always more fun with friends!
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Dan Burt Jan 20
, Isotopes, Isotopes...” (I got this from friends for Christmas) @ Kings Park, Victoria
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IAEA NA Jan 20
The has launched a proficiency test for measurements of stable of natural waters by laser- and isotope-ratio mass spectrometry. For more information and to register, go to
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J.L.Nilsson 3h
We have a new paper out, assessing the effects of temperature on food isotopic integrity and trophic fractionation by Chironomus riparius
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Trends in Biochemical Sciences Jan 17
Check out a new Review out from - "Stable for Tracing Mammalian-Cell In Vivo". They detail important considerations like selecting the right tracer and interpreting results, and discuss current challenges and opportunities.
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elise Jan 20
Nitrogen as tracers of human impacts on coastal ecosystems unpacked by at at ANU. Great studies and pubs!
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Dallas Isotopes Jan 18
We have signed Free Agent DE Aaron Donald Jr.! Welcome to the Dallas Isotopes!! 🤘🤠
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Linda Ayres Jan 17
Your Radiation This Week - VIDEO All Reactors Leak All Of The Time, some more than others -- On Purpose. 1,946 known
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Victoria Phan Jan 18
Hey look! This is what I do 😁😁😁!
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