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Specific information levels in relation to fragmentation patterns of shrew mandibles: do fragments tell the same story?

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CLUES, IDENTIFICATION, MAMMALIA, SORICIDAE, SHAPE, PIG DOMESTICATION, GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRIC-ANALYSIS, Taphonomy, Mammals, Species identification, Archaeozoology, Geometric morphometrics, DIVERSITY, EVOLUTION, RODENTIA

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Cornette, Raphaël, Anthony Herrel, Emmanuelle Stoetzel, Sybille Moulin, Rainer Hutterer, Christiane Denys, and Michel Baylac. 2015. “Specific Information Levels in Relation to Fragmentation Patterns of Shrew Mandibles: Do Fragments Tell the Same Story?” Journal of Archaeological Science 53: 323–330.
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Cornette, R., Herrel, A., Stoetzel, E., Moulin, S., Hutterer, R., Denys, C., & Baylac, M. (2015). Specific information levels in relation to fragmentation patterns of shrew mandibles: do fragments tell the same story? JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 53, 323–330.
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Cornette R, Herrel A, Stoetzel E, Moulin S, Hutterer R, Denys C, et al. Specific information levels in relation to fragmentation patterns of shrew mandibles: do fragments tell the same story? JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE. 2015;53:323–30.
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Cornette, Raphaël, Anthony Herrel, Emmanuelle Stoetzel, et al. “Specific Information Levels in Relation to Fragmentation Patterns of Shrew Mandibles: Do Fragments Tell the Same Story?” JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE 53 (2015): 323–330. Print.
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  author       = {Cornette, Rapha{\"e}l and Herrel, Anthony and Stoetzel, Emmanuelle and Moulin, Sybille and Hutterer, Rainer and Denys, Christiane and Baylac, Michel},
  issn         = {0305-4403},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE},
  keyword      = {CLUES,IDENTIFICATION,MAMMALIA,SORICIDAE,SHAPE,PIG DOMESTICATION,GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRIC-ANALYSIS,Taphonomy,Mammals,Species identification,Archaeozoology,Geometric morphometrics,DIVERSITY,EVOLUTION,RODENTIA},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {323--330},
  title        = {Specific information levels in relation to fragmentation patterns of shrew mandibles: do fragments tell the same story?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2014.10.020},
  volume       = {53},
  year         = {2015},
}

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