Hannah James

PhD student
OHB Rm. G11


Research interests

Tracing ancient human and animal migrations using oxygen and strontium isotopes

Mapping environmental strontium isotope values

Application of the Sensitive High Resolution Ion Microprobe (SHRIMP) for the in situ analysis of oxygen isotopes in human and faunal tooth enamel





Willmes, M., Bataille, C.P., James, H.F., Moffat, I., McMorrow, L., Kinsley, L., Armstrong, R.A., Eggins, S., & Grun, R., 2018, Mapping of bioavailable strontium isotope ratios in France for archaeological provenance studies, Applied Geochemistry, Vol 90 - https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0883292717304134



Conference Proceedings

James, H. 2014, In situ δ18O analysis of human tooth enamel. AAA/ASHA Annual Conference Cairns 1-3 December 2014 http://australianarchaeology.com/gallery/in-situ-δ18o-analysis-of-human-tooth-enamel/

James, H. 2014, Slavery in the Caribbean: Isotopic Evidence of Forced Migration. AAA/ASHA Annual Conference Cairns 1-3 December 2014

Malte Willmes, Hannah James, Ceridwen Boel et al. (2014) Oxygen and strontium isotope tracing of human migration at the Bell Beaker site Le Tumulus des Sables, France., 4763. In Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 16 EGU2014-4763.

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