Ashleigh Haruda
Ashleigh Haruda
Postdoctoral Researcher, Central Natural Science Collections, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
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Separating Sheep (Ovis aries L.) and Goats (Capra hircus L.) Using Geometric Morphometric Methods: An Investigation of Astragalus Morphology from Late and …
AF Haruda
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 27 (4), 551-562, 2017
Regional pastoral practice in central and southeastern Kazakhstan in the Final Bronze Age (1300–900 BCE)
A Haruda
Archaeological Research in Asia 15, 146-156, 2018
A new zooarchaeological application for geometric morphometric methods: distinguishing Ovis aries morphotypes to address connectivity and mobility of prehistoric Central Asian …
AF Haruda, V Varfolomeev, A Goriachev, A Yermolayeva, AK Outram
Journal of Archaeological Science 107, 50-57, 2019
The mark of captivity: plastic responses in the ankle bone of a wild ungulate (Sus scrofa)
H Harbers, D Neaux, K Ortiz, B Blanc, F Laurens, I Baly, C Callou, ...
Royal Society open science 7 (3), 192039, 2020
Close management of sheep in ancient Central Asia: evidence for foddering, transhumance, and extended lambing seasons during the Bronze and Iron Ages
AR Ventresca Miller, A Haruda, V Varfolomeev, A Goryachev, ...
STAR: Science & Technology of Archaeological Research, 1-20, 2020
The potential for detecting livestock exchange in Late Bronze Age Kazakhstan: tracking sheep breeds across the steppe
A Haruda
Poster, association for environmental archaeology conference, University of …, 2014
Nomadism or Not? An Examination of the Use of Animals in the Talgar Alluvial Fan, Kazakhstan, Through the Iron Age, 800 BC–200 AD
A Haruda
Unpublished doctoral thesis. Institute of Archaeology, 2007
The earliest domestic cat on the Silk Road
AF Haruda, ARV Miller, JLA Paijmans, A Barlow, A Tazhekeyev, S Bilalov, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
Examining the effect of feralization on craniomandibular morphology in pigs, Sus scrofa (Artiodactyla: Suidae)
D Neaux, G Sansalone, F Lecompte, C Noûs, A Haruda, R Schafberg, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2020
How Changes in Functional Demands Associated with Captivity Affect the Skull Shape of a Wild Boar (Sus scrofa)
D Neaux, B Blanc, K Ortiz, Y Locatelli, F Laurens, I Baly, C Callou, ...
Evolutionary Biology, 1-14, 2020
Ecosystem engineering among ancient pastoralists in northern Central Asia
AR Ventresca Miller, R Spengler, A Haruda, B Miller, S Wilkin, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 8, 168, 2020
Analysis Of Polycerate Mutants Reveals The Evolutionary Co-Option Of HOXD1 To Determine The Number And Topology Of Horns In Bovidae
A Allais-Bonnet, A Hintermann, MC Deloche, R Cornette, P Bardou, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Central Asian Economies And Ecologies In The Late Bronze Age: Geometric Morphometrics of the Caprid Astragalus And Zooarchaeological Investigations Of Pastoralism
AF Haruda
University of Exeter, 2014
Fingers and teeth: an example of zooarchaeological methods
AF Haruda
Ye. A. Buketov Karaganda State University Publishing house, 2011
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