Fiona Brock focuses on Radiocarbon dating, Archaeology, Chronology, Evolutionary biology and Genetics. Her research in Radiocarbon dating intersects with topics in Châtelperronian and Mousterian. Her work in the fields of Archaeology, such as Archaeological evidence, overlaps with other areas such as Reign.
Her Chronology research incorporates elements of Glacial period, Ice core, Physical geography and Iron Age. Her work in Evolutionary biology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Biological evolution. Her 16S ribosomal RNA, Archaea and Methanogen study in the realm of Genetics interacts with subjects such as Methanomicrobiales and Methanosarcinales.
Her main research concerns Radiocarbon dating, Archaeology, Chronology, Paleontology and Pleistocene. The Radiocarbon dating study combines topics in areas such as Glacial period, Varve, Charcoal, Mineralogy and Physical geography. In her study, Paleoclimatology is inextricably linked to Ice core, which falls within the broad field of Glacial period.
Her study in Ancient history extends to Archaeology with its themes. Fiona Brock works mostly in the field of Chronology, limiting it down to concerns involving Neanderthal and, occasionally, Châtelperronian. Her Paleontology study deals with Aurignacian intersecting with Mousterian and Period.
Radiocarbon dating, Archaeology, Chronology, Isotopes of strontium and Pleistocene are her primary areas of study. Her Radiocarbon dating research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Forensic anthropology and Forensic science. The various areas that Fiona Brock examines in her Archaeology study include Painting and Identification.
Her Painting study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Rock art and Ancient history. Her studies in Pleistocene integrate themes in fields like Glacial period, Physical geography, Neanderthal and Paleoclimatology. Her work on Megafauna and Absolute dating as part of general Paleontology research is frequently linked to Bone collagen and Background Correction, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her primary areas of study are Radiocarbon dating, Archaeology, Painting, Time lag and Modern art. Fiona Brock has included themes like Carbonate, Mortar, Geochemistry, Calcite and Lime in her Radiocarbon dating study. Her Archaeology study typically links adjacent topics like Paleontology.
Her Painting research includes elements of Later Stone Age, Rock art and Ancient history. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Time lag and Chronology in her work.
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Current Pretreatment Methods for AMS Radiocarbon Dating at the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit (Orau)
Fiona Brock;Thomas Higham;Peter Ditchfield;Christopher Bronk Ramsey.
The timing and spatiotemporal patterning of Neanderthal disappearance
Tom Higham;Katerina Douka;Rachel Wood;Christopher Bronk Ramsey.
A complete terrestrial radiocarbon record for 11.2 to 52.8 kyr B.P
Christopher Bronk Ramsey;Richard A. Staff;Charlotte L. Bryant;Fiona Brock.
Quality Assurance of Ultrafiltered Bone Dating
Fiona Brock;Christopher Bronk Ramsey;Thomas Higham.
Problems with radiocarbon dating the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in Italy
Thomas Higham;Fiona Brock;Marco Peresani;Alberto Broglio.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2009)
Ancient Ethiopian genome reveals extensive Eurasian admixture throughout the African continent
M. Gallego Llorente;E.R. Jones;A. Eriksson;A. Eriksson;V. Siska.
Radiocarbon-Based Chronology for Dynastic Egypt
Christopher Bronk Ramsey;Michael W. Dee;Joanne M. Rowland;Thomas F. G. Higham.
Pig Domestication and Human-Mediated Dispersal in Western Eurasia Revealed through Ancient DNA and Geometric Morphometrics
Claudio Ottoni;Linus Girdland Flink;Linus Girdland Flink;Allowen Evin;Allowen Evin;Christina Geörg;Christina Geörg.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2013)
Biogeochemistry and biodiversity of methane cycling in subsurface marine sediments (Skagerrak, Denmark).
Ronald John Parkes;Barry Andrew Cragg;Natasha C. Banning;Fiona Brock.
Environmental Microbiology (2007)
Pre-screening techniques for identification of samples suitable for radiocarbon dating of poorly preserved bones
F. Brock;T. Higham;C. Bronk Ramsey.
Journal of Archaeological Science (2010)
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