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Hu Yaowu
   142 Xizhimenwai ST., Beijing, 100044, China
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     Yaowu Hu, Stanley H. Ambrose, Changsui Wang. Stable Isotopic Analysis of Human Bones from Jiahu Site, Henan, China: Implications for the Transition to Agriculture. Journal of Archaeological Science20063313191330

  Yaowu Hu, Shougong Wang, Fengshi Luan, Changsui Wang, Michael Richards. Stable isotope analysis of humans from Xiaojingshan site: implications for understand the origin of millet agriculture in China. Journal of Archaeological Science, 2008, 35: 29602965 

  Yaowu Hu, Hong Shang, Haowen Tong, Olaf Nehlich, Wu Liu, Chaohong Zhao, Jincheng Yu, Changsui Wang, Erik Trinkaus, Michael P. Richards. Stable Isotope Dietary Analysis of the Tianyuan 1 Early Modern Human. PNAS. 2009, 106,(27): 10971–10974 

  Hu Yaowu, Luan Fengwhi, Wang Shougong, Wang Changsui & Michael P. Richards. Preliminary attempt to distinguish the domesticated pigs from wild boars by the methods of carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis. Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences, 2009, 52(1): 85-92 

  Fu Q., Jin S., Hu Y., Ma Z., Pan J., Wang C. Agricultural development and human diets in Gouwan site, Xichuan, Henan. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2010, 55(7):614-620 

  Yaowu Hu, Michael Richards. Isotopic analysis of Tianyuan 1 and associated faunal remains. In: The early modern human from Tianyuan Cave, China( Hong Shang & Erik Trinkaus Eds.) 2010, Texas A &M University Press, 211-216 

  Yi Guo, Yaowu Hu, Qiang Gao, Changsui Wang, Michael P. Richards. Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope evidence of human and pig diets at the Qinglongquan site, China. SCIENCE CHINA: Earth Sciences, 2011544):519-527  

  Hou, L., Wang, N., Lü, P., Hu, Y., Song, G., & Wang, C. Transition of human diets and agricultural economy in Shenmingpu Site, Henan, from the Warring States to Han Dynasties. Science China Earth Sciences,2012, 55(6), 975-982. 

  Qu, Y., Jin, C., Zhang, Y., Hu, Y., Shang, X., Wang, C., online. Preservation assessments and carbon and oxygen isotopes analysis of tooth enamel of Gigantopithecus blacki and contemporary animals from Sanhe Cave, Chongzuo, China.Quaternary International.2013, online. 

  Qu, Y., Jin, C., Zhang, Y., Hu, Y., Shang, X., Wang, C., Distribution patterns of elements in dental enamel of G. blacki: a preliminary dietary investigation using SRXRF, Applied Physics A - Materials Science & Processing, 2013. 111(1): 75-82 

   Hou, L., Hu, Y., Zhao, X., Li, S., Wei, D., Hou, Y., Wang, C. Human subsistence strategy at Liuzhuang site, Henan, China during the proto-Shang culture (2000~1600 BC) by stable isotopic analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science,2013, 402:344-351 

    Qiu, Z., Jiang, H., Ding, J., Hu, Y., & Shang, X. Pollen and Phytolith Evidence for Rice Cultivation and Vegetation Change during the mid-Late Holocene at the Jiangli Site, Suzhou, East China. PLOS One, 2014, 9(1): e86816 

  Hu, Y., Hu, S., Wang, W., Wu, X., Marshall, F. B., Chen, X., Wang, C.  Earliest evidence for commensal processes of cat domestication. PNAS, 2014,111(1):116-120 

  Hu , Marshall F.Reply to Bar-Oz et al.: Commensalism and mutualism as early incentives for cat domestication. PNAS, 2014,111(10):e877 


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