John Krigbaum
TitleCited byYear
The 'human revolution' in lowland tropical Southeast Asia: the antiquity and behavior of anatomically modern humans at Niah Cave (Sarawak, Borneo)
G Barker, H Barton, M Bird, P Daly, I Datan, A Dykes, L Farr, D Gilbertson, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 152, 243-261, 2007
3912007
Bone chemistry and bioarchaeology
SH Ambrose, J Krigbaum
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 22 (3), 193-199, 2003
2252003
Evolution of the earliest horses driven by climate change in the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
R Secord, JI Bloch, SGB Chester, DM Boyer, AR Wood, SL Wing, ...
Science 335 (6071), 959-962, 2012
1122012
Prehistoric foragers and farmers in South-east Asia: Renewed investigations at Niah Cave, Sarawak
G Barker, H Barton, P Beavitt, M Bird, P Daly, C Doherty, D Gilbertson, ...
Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 68, 147-164, 2002
1122002
Primate biogeography and ecology on the Sunda Shelf Islands: A paleontological and zooarchaeological perspective
T Harrison, J Krigbaum, J Manser
Primate Biogeography: Progress and Prospects, 331-372, 2006
882006
Neolithic subsistence patterns in northern Borneo reconstructed with stable carbon isotopes of enamel
J Krigbaum
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 22 (3), 292-304, 2003
732003
Isotopic evidence for Middle Horizon to 16th century camelid herding in the Osmore Valley, Peru
EK Thornton, SD deFrance, J Krigbaum, PR Williams
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 21 (5), 544-567, 2011
592011
Diet and mobility in Middle Archaic Florida: stable isotopic and faunal evidence from the Harris Creek archaeological site (8Vo24), Tick Island
RL Quinn, BD Tucker, J Krigbaum
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2346-2356, 2008
472008
Reconstructing human subsistence in the West Mouth (Niah Cave, Sarawak) burial series using stable isotopes of carbon
J Krigbaum
Asian Perspectives, 73-89, 2005
472005
Analysis of human cremains: Gross and chemical methods
JJ Schultz, MW Warren, JS Krigbaum
The Analysis of Burned Human Remains (Second Edition), 83-103, 2015
42*2015
Reconstructing Neolithic groups in Sarawak, Malaysia through lead and strontium isotope analysis
B Valentine, GD Kamenov, J Krigbaum
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (6), 1463-1473, 2008
412008
Analysis of human cremains: Gross and chemical methods
JJ Schultz, MW Warren, JS Krigbaum
The Analysis of Burned Human Remains (First Edition), 75-94, 2008
382008
The Niah Caves Project: Preliminary report on the first (2000) season
G Barker, H Barton, P Beavitt, S Chapman, M Derrick, C Doherty, L Farr, ...
Sarawak Museum Journal 76, 111-149, 2000
372000
Human paleodiet in tropical Southeast Asia: Isotopic evidence from Niah Cave and Gua Cha.
JS Krigbaum
342002
The Niah Caves Project: The third (2002) season of fieldwork
G Barker, H Barton, M Bird, F Cole, P Daly, D Gilbertson, C Hunt, ...
Sarawak Museum Journal 78, 87-177, 2002
332002
Evidence for patterns of selective urban migration in the Greater Indus Valley (2600-1900 BC): a lead and strontium isotope mortuary analysis
B Valentine, GD Kamenov, JM Kenoyer, V Shinde, V Mushrif-Tripathy, ...
PLoS ONE 10 (4), e0123103, 2015
322015
Stable isotope canopy effects for sympatric monkeys at Taï Forest, Côte d'Ivoire
J Krigbaum, MH Berger, DJ Daegling, WS McGraw
Biology Letters 9 (4), 20130466, 2013
262013
Domination by reptiles in a terrestrial food web of the Bahamas prior to human occupation
AK Hastings, J Krigbaum, DW Steadman, NA Albury
Journal of Herpetology 48 (3), 380-388, 2014
232014
Sr and Pb isotopic investigation of mammal introductions: Pre-Columbian zoogeographic records from the Lesser Antilles, West Indies
CM Giovas, GD Kamenov, SM Fitzpatrick, J Krigbaum
Journal of Archaeological Science 69, 39-53, 2016
192016
Effects of caloric restriction on nitrogen and carbon stable isotope ratios in adult rat bone
KL Robertson, NE Rowland, J Krigbaum
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 28 (19), 2065-2074, 2014
172014
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