Tlajinga District Teotihuacan Strontium and Oxygen Isotope Results

All supplemental documents including the results of statistical tests found in: Buckley, Gina M., Rebecca Storey, Fred J. Longstaffe, David M. Carballo, Kenneth G. Hirth, Virginie Renson. 2021. New Perspectives on Migration into the Tlajinga District of Teotihuacan: A Dual-Isotope Approach. Latin American Antiquity 32(3):536-556. https://doi.org/10.1017/laq.2021.20

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Work Title Tlajinga District Teotihuacan Strontium and Oxygen Isotope Results
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Creators
  1. Gina M. Buckley
Keyword
  1. radiocarbon dating
  2. oxygen
  3. paleomobility
  4. Tlajinga
  5. isotopes
  6. paleodemography
  7. migration
  8. strontium
  9. Teotihuacan
License CC0 1.0 (Public Domain Dedication)
Work Type Dataset
Acknowledgments
  1. Material in this article was based on work supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) Dissertation Improvement Grant (BCS-1927690) (GMB, KGH), the Proyecto Arqueológico Tlajinga Teotihuacan (PATT) funded by the NSF (BCS-13212447) (DMC, KGH), and a Junior Fellowship at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection (GMB). The oxygen isotope analyses were supported in part by the Canada Research Chairs Program (FJL). Permission for destructive analysis of human remains was provided by the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia in Mexico City. The Archaeometry Laboratory at University of Missouri Research Reactor is supported by the NSF (grant #BCS-1912776), and a previous NSF grant (#BCS-1621158) provided Gina Buckley a Graduate Internship (Virginie Renson). We are grateful for the invaluable comments from all reviewers that improved this article. Additional thanks go to Andrés Mejía Ramón for collecting water samples, Maria Codlin for fauna identification, and Grace Yau (LSIS) for assistance with the phosphate oxygen isotope analyses. This is Western's Laboratory for Stable Isotope Science Contribution #380.
Publisher
  1. Cambridge University Press
Publication Date 2021
Language
  1. English
  2. Spanish
DOI doi:10.26207/483d-ve56
Geographic Area
  1. Mesoamerica
  2. Mexico
Deposited June 02, 2020

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    • radiocarbon dates, oxygen, paleomobility, Tlajinga, isotopes, paleodemography, migration, strontium, Teotihuacan
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    • English, Spanish
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    • Cambridge University Press
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    • Mesoamerica, Mexico
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    • All supplemental documents including the results of statistical tests found in Buckley et al. (in review).
    • All supplemental documents including the results of statistical tests found in:
    • Buckley, Gina M., Rebecca Storey, Fred J. Longstaffe, David M. Carballo, Kenneth G. Hirth, Virginie Renson. 2021. New Perspectives on Migration into the Tlajinga District of Teotihuacan: A Dual-Isotope Approach. Latin American Antiquity 32(3):536-556. https://doi.org/10.1017/laq.2021.20
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    • Material in this article was based on work supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) Dissertation Improvement Grant (BCS-1927690) (GMB, KGH), the Proyecto Arqueológico Tlajinga Teotihuacan (PATT) funded by the NSF (BCS-13212447) (DMC, KGH), and a Junior Fellowship at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection (GMB). The oxygen isotope analyses were supported in part by the Canada Research Chairs Program (FJL). Permission for destructive analysis of human remains was provided by the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia in Mexico City. The Archaeometry Laboratory at University of Missouri Research Reactor is supported by the NSF (grant #BCS-1912776), and a previous NSF grant (#BCS-1621158) provided Gina Buckley a Graduate Internship (Virginie Renson). We are grateful for the invaluable comments from all reviewers that improved this article. Additional thanks go to Andrés Mejía Ramón for collecting water samples, Maria Codlin for fauna identification, and Grace Yau (LSIS) for assistance with the phosphate oxygen isotope analyses. This is Western's Laboratory for Stable Isotope Science Contribution #380.
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