His scientific interests lie mostly in Archaeology, Neanderthal, Paleontology, Pleistocene and Subsistence agriculture. His studies in Archaeology integrate themes in fields like Context, Fauna and Alluvium. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ecology, Herbivore, Habitat and Sequence in addition to Neanderthal.
In general Paleontology, his work in Assemblage and Oldowan is often linked to Western europe linking many areas of study. His work focuses on many connections between Pleistocene and other disciplines, such as Fluvial, that overlap with his field of interest in Quaternary. His work deals with themes such as Stage and Cave, which intersect with Debitage.
Marie-Hélène Moncel spends much of his time researching Archaeology, Neanderthal, Pleistocene, Paleontology and Acheulean. Many of his research projects under Archaeology are closely connected to Subsistence agriculture and Western europe with Subsistence agriculture and Western europe, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Assemblage study incorporates themes from Knapping and Debitage.
His work carried out in the field of Neanderthal brings together such families of science as Ecology, Middle Paleolithic, Sequence and Massif. Marie-Hélène Moncel usually deals with Pleistocene and limits it to topics linked to Chronology and Radiocarbon dating. Marie-Hélène Moncel interconnects Glacial period, Interglacial, Period and Homo heidelbergensis in the investigation of issues within Acheulean.
His primary areas of study are Archaeology, Neanderthal, Pleistocene, Acheulean and Western europe. His Archaeology research incorporates elements of Context and Sequence. His research in Context intersects with topics in Regional science and Oldowan.
He combines subjects such as Marine isotope stage and Middle Paleolithic with his study of Neanderthal. His work in the fields of Pleistocene, such as Homo heidelbergensis, overlaps with other areas such as Time windows. His study on Acheulean also encompasses disciplines like
Marie-Hélène Moncel mostly deals with Archaeology, Pleistocene, Neanderthal, Western europe and Acheulean. The study of Archaeology is intertwined with the study of Context in a number of ways. His Pleistocene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sedimentary rock, Isotope analysis, Volcano and Chronology.
His study in Neanderthal is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Marine isotope stage, Stone tool and Direct evidence. His Assemblage research incorporates themes from Bedrock and Historic site. The Homo heidelbergensis study combines topics in areas such as Prehistory, Biological dispersal, Sequence and Fluvial.
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Neanderthal use of fish, mammals, birds, starchy plants and wood 125-250,000 years ago.
Bruce L. Hardy;Marie-Hélène Moncel.
PLOS ONE (2011)
Middle Palaeolithic raw material gathering territories and human mobility in the southern Massif Central, France: first results from a petro-archaeological study on flint
Paul Fernandes;Jean-Paul Raynal;Marie-Hélène Moncel.
Journal of Archaeological Science (2008)
Early Evidence of Acheulean Settlement in Northwestern Europe - La Noira Site, a 700 000 Year-Old Occupation in the Center of France
Marie-Hélène Moncel;Jackie Despriée;Pierre Voinchet;Hélène Tissoux.
PLOS ONE (2013)
The Emergence of Neanderthal Technical Behavior: New Evidence from Orgnac 3 (Level 1, MIS 8), Southeastern France
Marie-Hélène Moncel;Anne-Marie Moigne;Youssef Sam;Jean Combier.
Current Anthropology (2011)
Impossible Neanderthals? Making string, throwing projectiles and catching small game during Marine Isotope Stage 4 (Abri du Maras, France)
Bruce L. Hardy;Marie-Hélène Moncel;Camille Daujeard;Paul Fernandes.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2013)
On Neanderthal subsistence strategies and land use: A regional focus on the Rhone Valley area in southeastern France
Camille Daujeard;Marie-Hélène Moncel.
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology (2010)
Towards the Middle Palaeolithic in Western Europe: the case of Orgnac 3 (southeastern France).
Marie-Hélène Moncel;Anne-Marie Moigne;Jean Combier.
Journal of Human Evolution (2012)
Pre-Neandertal behaviour during isotopic stage 9 and the beginning of stage 8. New data concerning fauna and lithics in the different occupation levels of orgnac 3 (Ardèche, South-East France): occupation types
Marie-Hélène Moncel;Anne-Marie Moigne;Jean Combier.
Journal of Archaeological Science (2005)
The archaic stone tool industry from Barranco León and Fuente Nueva 3, (Orce, Spain): Evidence of the earliest hominin presence in southern Europe
Isidro Toro Moyano;Deborah Barsky;Dominique Cauche;Vincenzo Celiberti.
Quaternary International (2011)
Lower and middle Pleistocene human settlements in the Middle Loire River Basin, Centre Region, France
Jackie Despriée;Pierre Voinchet;Hélène Tissoux;Marie-Hélène Moncel.
Quaternary International (2010)
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