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"Organic residue analysis and archaeology. Using lipid residues to determine diet, subsistence and animal management across the Holocene Green Sahara" by Julie Dunne, University of Padova, October 2018

 

"A multi-proxy approach to reconstructing ecological change in the Green Sahara" by Katie Manning, Paul Breeze, Nick Drake, Julie Dunne, and Richard Evershed, UISPP, Paris, June 2018

"Mapping ecological change in the Holocene African Human Period – new results from the Green Sahara project" by Katie Manning, UKAS, London, April 2017

 

"Le Peuplement du Sahara Vert. L'utilisation des céramiques et l’analyse organique des résidus dans la reconstruction de l'histoire environnementale et alimentaire du Sahara Holocène" by Katie Manning, LAMPEA, February 2017

 

"Just how green was the "Green sahara"? A multi-proxy approach to reconstructing the ecological and demographic history of the Holocene Sahara" by Katie Manning, Julie Dunne, Paul Breeze, Nick Drake and Richard Evershed, The Environmental History of African workshop, Lausanne, Switzerland, Setpember 2016

"Peopling the Green Sahara. A multi-proxy approach to reconstructing the ecological and demographic history of the Holocene Sahara" by Katie Manning, Julie Dunne, Paul Breeze, Nick Drake and Richard Evershed, Society of Africanist Archaeologists, Toulouse, June 2016

"Milk and Molecules. The beginnings of dairying across Holocene North Africa" by Julie Dunne, Marek Chlodnicki, Savino diLernia, Farid Kherbouche, Maciej Jordeczka and Richard Evershed, Society of Africanist Archaeologists, Toulouse, June 2016