Dipl. Inf. Zara Kanaeva



The Role of Culture in Early Expansions of Humans
Universität Tübingen
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72074 Tübingen
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Ausgewählte Publikationen und Vorträge

Haidle, M. N., Bolus, M., Bruch, A. A., Hertler, C., Hochschild, V., Kanaeva, Z., Sommer, C. & Kandel, A. W. (2020): Human Origins—Digital Future, an international conference about the future of archeological and paleoanthropological databases. Evolutionary Anthropology. DOI: 10.1002/evan.21870

Märker, M., Bolus, M. & Kanaeva, Z. (2011): Spatial assessment of early human expansions using GIS and Database Techniques: Examples from Southern Africa and Eurasia.In: Macchiarelli, R., Weniger, G.C.(eds.), Pleistocene Databases: Aquisition, Storing, Sharing. Wissenschaftliche Schriften des Neanderthal Museums, 4. Mettmann, 69-76.

Märker, M., Schmidt, P., Hochschild, V. & Kanaeva, Z. (2010): Spatial assessment of early human expansions using GIS and Database techniques: Examples from Southern Africa. In: Melero, F.J., Cano, P., Revelles, J. (eds.), Fusion of Cultures. Abstracts of the XXXVIII Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology , 67-70.

Märker, M., Kanaeva, Z. & ROCEEH Team (2010): ROAD: The Role of Culture in early expansion of humans data base. In: Curdt, C., Bareth, G. (eds.), Proceedings of the Data Management Workshop, 29.-30.10.2009, University of Cologne, Germany. Kölner Geographische Arbeiten 90, 93-97.

Märker, M., Hochschild, V. & Kanaeva, Z. (2009): Multidisciplinary Integrative Georelational Database for Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Expansion Dynamics of Early Humans. In: Frischer B., Guidi, G. (eds.), Proceedings of CAA 2009 Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. March 22-26, 2009.