Browsing publications by Dr Wendy Dirks

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Dr Thomas Shepherd
Dr Wendy Dirks
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Pamela Walton
Tracing fetal and childhood exposure to lead using isotope analysis of deciduous teeth2016
Dr Susan Hodgson
Dr Wendy Dirks
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Determinants of childhood lead exposure in the postleaded petrol era: The Tooth Fairy cohort from Newcastle upon Tyne2015
Dr Wendy Dirks
Dr Nick Jepson
Dr Khaled Khalaf
3D-Geomorphometrics tooth shape analysis in hypodontia2014
Dr Wendy Dirks
New fossil remains of Elephas from the southern Levant: Implications for the evolutionary history of the Asian elephant2013
Dr Wendy Dirks
Are there two distinct types of hypocone in Eocene primates? The 'pseudohypocone' of notharctines revisited2012
Dr Wendy Dirks
Charuwan Manmee
Dr Susan Hodgson
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Reconstructing the life-time lead exposure in children using dentine in deciduous teeth2012
Dr Wendy Dirks
The duration and rate of molar plate formation in Palaeoloxodon cypriotes and Mammuthus columbi from dental histology2012
Charuwan Manmee
Dr Susan Hodgson
Dr Wendy Dirks
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Lead levels in teeth as a measure of life-time lead exposure in children2011
Dr Wendy Dirks
The relationship of accentuated lines in enamel to weaning stress in juvenile baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis)2010
Dr Wendy Dirks
An anachronistic Clarkforkian mammal fauna from the Paleocene Fort Union Formation (Great Divide Basin, Wyoming, USA)2009
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