This is a selection of some of the latest publications of our group

Barett JH, Boessenkool S, Kneale CJ, O’Connell TC & Star B (2020) Ecological globalisation, serial depletion and the medieval trade of walrus rostra. Quaternary Science Reviews 229: 106122.

Pálsdóttir AH, Bläuer A, Rannamäe E, Boessenkool S, Hallsson JH. 2019. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Open Science 285: 20180978.

Oosting T, Star B, Barrett JH, Wellenreuther M, Ritchie PA, Rawlence NJ. 2019. Unlocking the potential of ancient fish DNA in the genormic era. Evolutionary Applications.

Nistelberger HM, Pálsdóttir AH, Star B, Leifsson R, Gondek AT, Orlando L, Barrett JH, Hallsson JH, Boessenkool S. 2019. Sexing Viking Age horses from burial and non-burial sites in Iceland using ancient DNA. Journal of Archaeological Science 101, 115-122.

Star B, Barrett JH, Gondek AT, Boesenkool S. 2018. Ancient DNA reveals the chronology of walrus ivory trade from Norse Greenland. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. doi: 10.1098 / rspb.2018.0978

Gondek AT, Boesenkool S., Star, B. 2018. A stainless steel mortar, pestle and sleeve design for the efficient fragmentation of ancient bone. Biotechniques doi: 1 0.2144 / btn-2018-0008

Star B., Boessenkool S., Gondek AT, Nikulina E., Hufthammer AK, Pampoulie C, Knutsen H., André C., Nistelberger HM, Dierking J., Petereit C., Heinrich D., Jakobsen KS, Stenseth NC, Jentoft S., Barrett JH 2017. Ancient DNA reveals the Arctic origin of the Viking Age cod from Haithabu, Germany. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences doi: 10.1073 / pnas.1710186114

Nistelberger HM, Smith O., Wales N., Star B., Boesenkool S. 2016. The efficacy of high-throughput sequencing and target enrichment on charred archaeobotanical remains. Scientific Reports doi: 10.1038 / srep37347.

Boessenkool S., Hanghøj K., Nistelberger HM, Der Sarkissian C., Gondek A., Orlando L., Barrett JH, Star B. 2016. Combining bleach and mild pre-digestion improves ancient DNA recovery from bones. Molecular Ecology Resources doi: 10.1111 / 1755-0998.12623.

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