Below are some of our more recent publications directly related to dog life histories and domestication. All were produced during earlier projects and not through our current funding. More will be added as the project progresses.

Drake, Abby G., Coquerelle, M., Columbeau, G.
2015.  3D morphometric analysis of fossil canid skulls contradicts the suggested domestication of dogs during the late Paleolithic. Scientific Reports 5:8299.  Drake et al. 2015

Waters-Rist, A.L., Faccia, K., Lieverse, A., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Katzenberg, M.A., Losey, R.J.
2014. Multicomponent analysis of a hydatid cyst from an Early Neolithic hunter-fisher-gatherer from Lake Baikal, Siberia. Journal of Archaeological Science 50:51-62.Waters-Rist et al. 2014

Germonpre, M., Laznickova-Galetova, M., Losey, Robert J., Raikkonen, J., Sablin, M.V.
2014. Large canids at the Gravettian Predmosti site, the Czech Republic: The Mandible. Quaternary International. DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2014.07.012 Germonpre et al. 2014

Losey, R.J., Jessup, E., Nomokonova, T., Sablin, M.
2014. Craniomandibular Trauma and Tooth Loss in Northern Dogs and Wolves: Implications for the Archaeological Study of Dog Husbandry and Domestication. PLoS ONE. 9(6): e99746. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0099746. Losey et al 2014

Losey, R.J., B. Osipov, R. Sivakumaran, T. Nomokonova, E.V. Kovychev, N.G. Diatchina.
2014. Estimating body mass in dogs and wolves using cranial and mandibular dimensions: application to Siberian canids. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. DOI: 10.1002/oa.2386. Losey et al 2014 IJOA

Bazaliiskii, V.I., R.J. Losey, D.V. Pezhemskii, C. Garvie-Lok, M. Germonpre, J.A. Leonard
2013. Ritual’nyj kompleks s prednamerennym pogrebeniem volka iz Bajkal’skoj Sibiri (Ritual complex with a deliberate wolf burial in Baikal Siberia). Rossiiskaia Arkheologiia (Journal of Russian Archaeology)[In Russian] 3:92-104.

Losey, R.J., S. Garvie-Lok, J.A. Leonard, M.A. Katzenberg, M. Germonpre, T. Nomokonova, M.V. Sablin, O.I. Goriunova, N.E. Berdnikova, N.A. Savel’ev. 2013. Burying Dogs in Ancient Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Temporal Trends and Relationships with Human Diet and Subsistence Practices. PLoS ONE. 8(5): e63740. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0063740 Losey et al 2013

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