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Contributors Fiona J. Bamforth is a Professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Alberta. She supervises the Human Identification Laboratory of Alberta (HILA) and directs the examination and interpretation of the ancient genetic material obtained from Cis-Baikal skeletal materials. Fiona J. Bamforth Dept. of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology University of Alberta Edmonton, AB T6G 2R7 CANADA Vladimir I. Bazaliiskii is a Senior Researcher in the Department of Geoarcheology at Irkutsk State University. Mr. Bazaliiskii has supervised archaeological fieldwork at numerous sites in the Cis-Baikal, and is currently examining archaeological materials from the Lokomotiv, Shamanka II, and Ust’-Ida excavations. Vladimir I. Bazaliiskii Department of Geoarcheology Irkutsk State University Karl Marx Street 1 664003 Irkutsk RUSSIA Robert L. Bettinger is a Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California-Davis. An expert in hunter-gatherer studies, Dr. Bettinger is helping to model hunter-gatherer behavior in the Cis-Baikal region, as well as providing a comparative perspective from North America for the interpretation of data from Siberia. Robert L. Bettinger Dept. of Anthropology University of California Davis, CA 95616 USA 314 Contributors Roelf Beukens is Senior Researcher at the IsoTrace Laboratories, Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Facility, at the University of Toronto. Dr. Beukens is leading the effort to radiocarbon date the organic remains and human skeletons recovered from habitation and burial sites in the Cis-Baikal region. Roelf Beukens IsoTrace Laboratory University of Toronto 60 St. George Street Toronto, ON M5S 1A7 CANADA Andrew Bush is a Professor in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Alberta. A specialist in paleoenvironmental studies, Dr. Bush is modeling past local climates and physical landscape in Siberia and Eurasia to better understand the human adaptation to and resource use within these regions. Andrew Bush Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences University of Alberta Edmonton, AB T6G 2E3 CANADA Matthew C. Dulik is a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania.  For his doctoral research, he is investigating mtDNA and Y-chromosome variation in indigenous Siberian and Kazakh populations from the Altai-Sayan region. He is also involved in other studies of genetic diversity in Native American population through the Genographic Project. Matthew C. Dulik Department of Anthropology University of Pennsylvania Museum 3260 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19104-6398 USA Olga I. Goriunova is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoarcheology at Irkutsk State University. Until 2007, Dr. Goriunova was the Russian co-Director of the BAP. Most recently, she has been focusing on the archaeological data from the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV and Kurma XI cemeteries and the Sagan-Zaba camp site, integrating data from various habitation sites, and reevaluating the Contributors 315 culture history of prehistoric Siberia using both newly obtained data and those appearing in published Russian archaeological reports. Olga I. Goriunova Dept. of Geoarcheology Irkutsk State University Karl Marx Street 1 664003 Irkutsk RUSSIA Caroline M. Haverkort is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Anthropology at University of Alberta. Dr. Haverkort is examining the diet of Cis-Baikal populations through the analysis of stable isotope ratios of carbon and oxygen in tooth enamel, and their patterns of mobility using stable isotope ratios of strontium. Caroline M. Haverkort Dept. of Anthropology University of Alberta Edmonton, AB T6G 2H4 CANADA M. Anne Katzenberg is a Professor in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Calgary. A well-known osteologist, Dr. Katzenberg is coordinating all paleodiet research for the BAP, including laboratory tests for carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios in bone samples at the University of Calgary. M. Anne Katzenberg Dept. of Archaeology University of Calgary Calgary, AB T2N 1N4 CANADA Angela R. Lieverse is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Saskatchewan. She has worked in the Cis-Baikal region of Siberia since 1997, investigating human skeletal and dental remains in order to reconstruct past health and behavior. Dr. Lieverse is the author of a number of refereed works, including the bulk of an edited volume entitled Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, a Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemetery on Lake Baikal, Siberia: Osteological Materials (A. W. Weber, M. A. Katzenberg, and O. I. Goriunova , editors, Edmonton, AB: Canadian Circumpolar Press, 2007). 316 Contributors Angela R. Lieverse Dept. of Archaeology and Anthropology 55 Campus Drive University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, SK S7N 5B1 CANADA Hugh G. McKenzie is a Continuing Instructor at Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton...



Subject Headings

  • Human remains (Archaeology) -- Russia (Federation) -- Baikal, Lake, Region.
  • Burial -- Russia (Federation) -- Baikal, Lake, Region.
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Russia (Federation) -- Baikal, Lake, Region.
  • Baikal, Lake, Region (Russia) -- Antiquities.
  • Neolithic period -- Russia (Federation) -- Baikal, Lake, Region.
  • Hunting and gathering societies -- Russia (Federation) -- Baikal, Lake, Region.
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