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MARCO MADELLA
MARCO MADELLA
ICREA Research Professor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Verified email at upf.edu
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International code for phytolith nomenclature 1.0
M Madella, A Alexandre, T Ball
Annals of botany 96 (2), 253-260, 2005
10862005
Neanderthal medics? Evidence for food, cooking, and medicinal plants entrapped in dental calculus
K Hardy, S Buckley, MJ Collins, A Estalrrich, D Brothwell, L Copeland, ...
Naturwissenschaften 99, 617-626, 2012
5082012
Palaeoecology and the Harappan Civilisation of South Asia: a reconsideration
M Madella, DQ Fuller
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (11-12), 1283-1301, 2006
2632006
The exploitation of plant resources by Neanderthals in Amud Cave (Israel): the evidence from phytolith studies
M Madella, MK Jones, P Goldberg, Y Goren, E Hovers
Journal of Archaeological Science 29 (7), 703-719, 2002
2422002
Summed Probability Distribution of 14C Dates Suggests Regional Divergences in the Population Dynamics of the Jomon Period in Eastern Japan
ER Crema, J Habu, K Kobayashi, M Madella
PloS one 11 (4), e0154809, 2016
1902016
Taphonomy and phytoliths: a user manual
M Madella, C Lancelotti
Quaternary International 275, 76-83, 2012
1842012
Issues in Harappan archaeobotany: retrospect and prospect
DQ Fuller, M Madella
Indian archaeology in retrospect 2, 317-390, 2001
1812001
A simple method of extraction of opal phytoliths from sediments using a non-toxic heavy liquid
M Madella, AH Powers-Jones, MK Jones
Journal of Archaeological Science 25 (8), 801-803, 1998
1791998
Biogenic silica production in selected alpine plant species and plant communities
AL Carnelli, M Madella, JP Theurillat
Annals of botany 87 (4), 425-434, 2001
1732001
Phytolith types and type-frequencies in subalpine–alpine plant species of the European Alps
AL Carnelli, JP Theurillat, M Madella
Review of palaeobotany and palynology 129 (1-2), 39-65, 2004
1642004
Phytoliths as a tool for investigations of agricultural origins and dispersals around the world
T Ball, K Chandler-Ezell, R Dickau, N Duncan, TC Hart, J Iriarte, C Lentfer, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 68, 32-45, 2016
1522016
Plant water availability and analytical microscopy of phytoliths: implications for ancient irrigation in arid zones
M Madella, MK Jones, P Echlin, A Powers-Jones, M Moore
Quaternary International 193 (1-2), 32-40, 2009
1472009
Taphonomical aspects of silica phytoliths in the loess sediments of the Argentinean Pampas
M Osterrieth, M Madella, D Zurro, MF Alvarez
Quaternary International 193 (1-2), 70-79, 2009
1362009
The ‘invisible’product: developing markers for identifying dung in archaeological contexts
C Lancelotti, M Madella
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (4), 953-963, 2012
1282012
Shell middens as archives of past environments, human dispersal and specialized resource management
M Álvarez, IB Godino, A Balbo, M Madella
Quaternary International 239 (1-2), 1-7, 2011
1272011
Automated detection of archaeological mounds using machine-learning classification of multisensor and multitemporal satellite data
HA Orengo, FC Conesa, A Garcia-Molsosa, A Lobo, AS Green, M Madella, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (31), 18240-18250, 2020
1232020
Microbotanical evidence of domestic cereals in Africa 7000 years ago
M Madella, JJ García-Granero, WA Out, P Ryan, D Usai
PLoS One 9 (10), e110177, 2014
1232014
Millet microremains—an alternative approach to understand cultivation and use of critical crops in Prehistory
M Madella, C Lancelotti, JJ García-Granero
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8, 17-28, 2016
862016
Anthropic activity markers and spatial variability: an ethnoarchaeological experiment in a domestic unit of Northern Gujarat (India)
B Rondelli, C Lancelotti, M Madella, A Pecci, A Balbo, JR Pérez, F Inserra, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 41, 482-492, 2014
792014
Phytoliths in pottery reveal the use of spice in European prehistoric cuisine
H Saul, M Madella, A Fischer, A Glykou, S Hartz, OE Craig
PloS one 8 (8), e70583, 2013
792013
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