Thomas C.A. Royle
Thomas C.A. Royle
PhD Candidate, Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University
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Ancient DNA reveals evidence of abundant aurochs (Bos primigenius) in Neolithic Northeast China
D Cai, N Zhang, S Zhu, Q Chen, L Wang, X Zhao, X Ma, TCA Royle, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 98, 72-80, 2018
152018
Differentiating salmonid migratory ecotypes through stable isotope analysis of collagen: Archaeological and ecological applications
E Guiry, TCA Royle, RG Matson, H Ward, T Weir, N Waber, TJ Brown, ...
PLoS One 15 (4), e0232180, 2020
112020
Dietary plasticity and the extinction of the passenger pigeon (Ectopistes migratorius)
EJ Guiry, TJ Orchard, TCA Royle, C Cheung, DY Yang
Quaternary Science Reviews 233, 106225, 2020
72020
An efficient and reliable DNA-based sex identification method for archaeological Pacific salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) remains
TCA Royle, D Sakhrani, CF Speller, VL Butler, RH Devlin, A Cannon, ...
PLoS ONE 13 (3), e0193212, 2018
72018
Sexual differences in the foraging ecology of 19th century beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) from the Canadian High Arctic
P Szpak, MH Julien, TCA Royle, JM Savelle, DY Yang, MP Richards
Marine Mammal Science 36 (2), 451-471, 2020
42020
Investigating the sex-selectivity of a Middle Ontario Iroquoian Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) fishery through ancient DNA analysis
TCA Royle, H Zhang, EJ Guiry, TJ Orchard, S Needs-Howarth, DY Yang
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 31, 102301, 2020
32020
Ancient DNA analysis of Middle and Late Period archaeological fish remains from Kamloops, British Columbia
TC Royle
Simon Fraser University, 2014
12014
DNA-based species identification of ancient salmonid remains provides new insight into pre-contact Coast Salish salmon fisheries in Burrard Inlet, British Columbia, Canada
J Morin, H Zhang, TCA Royle, C Speller, M Alcaide, R Morin, D Yang
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 37, 102956, 2021
2021
Evidence for freshwater residency among Lake Ontario Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) spawning in New York
EJ Guiry, TCA Royle, TJ Orchard, S Needs-Howarth, DY Yang, P Szpak
Journal of Great Lakes Research 46 (4), 1036-1043, 2020
2020
Ancient DNA reveals northwest range extension of Richardson’s ground squirrel (Urocitellus richardsonii) into northeastern British Columbia, Canada, during the Late Pleistocene
TCA Royle, DY Yang, JC Driver
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 57 (7), 855-866, 2020
2020
Using mini-barcodes to investigate the species composition of the Late Holocene (3500 to 200 years BP) fishery at EeRb-144, British Columbia, Canada
TCA Royle, GP Nicholas, DY Yang
Genome 58 (5), 273-274, 2015
2015
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