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Alexandria Young

  • younga at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
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Journal Articles

Theses

  • Young, 2013. An Investigation of patterns of mammalian scavenging in relation to vertebrate skeletal remains in a Northwestern European context: forensic applications. PhD Thesis. Bournemouth University, School of Applied Sciences.

PhD Students

  • Alexandria Young (An Investigation of patterns of mammalian scavenging in relation to vertebrate skeletal remains in a Northwestern European context: forensic applications)

PhD Theses

  • An Investigation of patterns of mammalian scavenging in relation to vertebrate skeletal remains in a Northwestern European context: forensic applications (supervisor: Richard Stillman)
  • An Investigation of patterns of mammalian scavenging in relation to vertebrate skeletal remains in a Northwestern European context: forensic applications (supervisor: Martin Smith)
  • An Investigation of patterns of mammalian scavenging in relation to vertebrate skeletal remains in a Northwestern European context: forensic applications (supervisor: Amanda Korstjens)
  • An Investigation of patterns of mammalian scavenging in relation to vertebrate skeletal remains in a Northwestern European context: forensic applications (supervisor: Alexandria Young)
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