Natalie Munro
Natalie Munro
Professor of Anthropology, University of Connecticut
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The tortoise and the hare: Small-game use, the broad-spectrum revolution, and Paleolithic demography
MC Stiner, ND Munro, TA Surovell
Current anthropology 41 (1), 39-79, 2000
Paleolithic population growth pulses evidenced by small animal exploitation
MC Stiner, ND Munro, TA Surovell, E Tchernov, O Bar-Yosef
Science 283 (5399), 190-194, 1999
Zooarchaeological Measures of Hunting Pressure and Occupation Intensity in the Natufian: Implications for Agricultural Origins 1
ND Munro
Current Anthropology 45 (S4), S5-S34, 2004
Approaches to prehistoric diet breadth, demography, and prey ranking systems in time and space
MC Stiner, ND Munro
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 9, 181-214, 2002
A 12,000-year-old Shaman burial from the southern Levant (Israel)
L Grosman, ND Munro, A Belfer-Cohen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (46), 17665-17669, 2008
Gazelle bone fat processing in the Levantine Epipalaeolithic
ND Munro, G Bar-Oz
Journal of Archaeological Science 32 (2), 223-239, 2005
A forager–herder trade-off, from broad-spectrum hunting to sheep management at Aşıklı Höyük, Turkey
MC Stiner, H Buitenhuis, G Duru, SL Kuhn, SM Mentzer, ND Munro, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (23), 8404-8409, 2014
On the evolution of diet and landscape during the Upper Paleolithic through Mesolithic at Franchthi Cave (Peloponnese, Greece)
MC Stiner, ND Munro
Journal of Human Evolution 60 (5), 618-636, 2011
Increasing the resolution of the Broad Spectrum Revolution in the Southern Levantine Epipaleolithic (19–12 ka)
AJ Stutz, ND Munro, G Bar-Oz
Journal of Human Evolution 56 (3), 294-306, 2009
Early evidence (ca. 12,000 BP) for feasting at a burial cave in Israel
ND Munro, L Grosman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (35), 15362-15366, 2010
Gazelle bone marrow yields and Epipalaeolithic carcass exploitation strategies in the southern Levant
G Bar-Oz, ND Munro
Journal of Archaeological Science 34 (6), 946-956, 2007
Small game, the Younger Dryas, and the transition to agriculture in the southern Levant
ND Munro
Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für Urgeschichte 12 (4), 47-71, 2003
Epipaleolithic subsistence intensification in the southern Levant: the faunal evidence
N Munro
The evolution of hominin diets: Integrating approaches to the study of …, 2009
Nahal Ein Gev II, a late natufian community at the sea of galilee
L Grosman, ND Munro, I Abadi, E Boaretto, D Shaham, A Belfer-Cohen, ...
Plos one 11 (1), e0146647, 2016
Aging mountain gazelle (Gazella gazella): refining methods of tooth eruption and wear and bone fusion
ND Munro, G Bar-Oz, AJ Stutz
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (3), 752-763, 2009
The emergence of animal management in the Southern Levant
ND Munro, G Bar-Oz, JS Meier, L Sapir-Hen, MC Stiner, R Yeshurun
Scientific reports 8 (1), 9279, 2018
Beyond cautionary tales: a multivariate taphonomic approach for resolving equifinality in zooarchaeological studies
G Bar-Oz, ND Munro
Journal of Taphonomy 2 (4), 201-220, 2004
Carcass damage and digested bone from mountain lions (Felis concolor): implications for carcass persistence on landscapes as a function of prey age
MC Stiner, ND Munro, M Sanz
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (4), 896-907, 2012
Hunted gazelles evidence cooling, but not drying, during the Younger Dryas in the southern Levant
G Hartman, O Bar-Yosef, A Brittingham, L Grosman, ND Munro
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (15), 3997-4002, 2016
The role of turkey in the Southwest
ND Munro
Handbook of North American Indians 3, 463-469, 2006
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