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Dr Bruce Floyd
Dr Bruce Floyd
Senior Lecturer in Biological Anthropology, University of Auckland
Verified email at auckland.ac.nz
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The application of 3D laser scanning technology to the assessment of ordinal and mechanical cortex quantification in lithic analysis
SCH Lin, MJ Douglass, SJ Holdaway, B Floyd
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (4), 694-702, 2010
1392010
Epidemiology of enamel hypoplasia in deciduous teeth: explaining variation in prevalence in western India
JR Lukacs, SR Walimbe, B Floyd
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2001
712001
Enamel extension rate patterns in modern human teeth: Two approaches designed to establish an integrated comparative context for fossil primates
D Guatelli-Steinberg, BA Floyd, MC Dean, DJ Reid
Journal of Human Evolution 63 (3), 475-486, 2012
662012
Linear enamel hypoplasia and growth in an Australian Aboriginal community: not so small, but not so healthy either
B Floyd, J Littleton
Annals of Human Biology 33 (4), 424-443, 2006
432006
Human response to palaeoenvironmental change and the question of temporal scale
SJ Holdaway, PC Fanning, EJ Rhodes, SK Marx, B Floyd, MJ Douglass
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 292 (1-2), 192-200, 2010
422010
Taphonomic analysis of Bronze Age burials in Mongolian khirigsuurs
J Littleton, B Floyd, B Frohlich, M Dickson, T Amgalantögs, S Karstens, ...
Journal of archaeological science 39 (11), 3361-3370, 2012
402012
Associations between height, body mass, and frequency of decayed, extracted, and filled deciduous teeth among two cohorts of Taiwanese first graders
B Floyd
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2009
352009
Focused life history data and linear enamel hypoplasia to help explain intergenerational variation in relative leg length within Taiwanese families
B Floyd
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2007
242007
Can socioeconomic factors account for “atypical” correlations between timing, peak velocity, and intensity of adolescent growth in Taiwanese girls?
B Floyd
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2000
222000
Estimating striae of Retzius periodicity nondestructively using partial counts of perikymata
G McFarlane, J Littleton, B Floyd
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 154 (2), 251-258, 2014
212014
An inconstant biorhythm: The changing pace of Retzius periodicity in human permanent teeth
G McFarlane, D Guatelli‐Steinberg, C Loch, S White, P Bayle, B Floyd, ...
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 175 (1), 172-186, 2021
202021
Intergenerational gains in relative knee height as compared to gains in relative leg length within Taiwanese families
B Floyd
American Journal of Human Biology 20 (4), 462-464, 2008
182008
Patrilineal family values, family planning and variation in stature among Taiwanese six-year-olds
B Floyd
Journal of biosocial science 35 (3), 369-384, 2003
152003
Social group dynamics predict stress variability among children in a New Zealand classroom
J Spray, B Floyd, J Littleton, S Trnka, S Mattison
Homo 69 (1-2), 50-61, 2018
102018
Factors influencing diurnal variation in height among adults
B Floyd, L Jayasinghe, C Dey
Homo 68 (3), 236-241, 2017
102017
Adoption does not increase the risk of mortality among Taiwanese girls in a longitudinal analysis
SM Mattison, MJ Brown, B Floyd, MW Feldman
PloS One 10 (4), e0122867, 2015
102015
Heights and weights of Da-an boys: did sisters really make a difference?
B Floyd
Journal of biosocial science 37 (3), 287-300, 2005
102005
Evidence of age‐related responses to short‐term environmental variation: Time series analysis of cross‐sectional data from Taiwan, 1969 to 1990
B Floyd
American journal of human biology 14 (1), 61-73, 2002
102002
A comparison of volumetric reconstruction methods of archaeological deposits using point-cloud data from Ahuahu, Aotearoa New Zealand
J Emmitt, P Pillay, M Barrett, S Middleton, T Mackrell, B Floyd, ...
Remote Sensing 13 (19), 4015, 2021
92021
Using portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF) spectrometry to discriminate burned skeletal fragments
A McGarry, B Floyd, J Littleton
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 13 (7), 117, 2021
92021
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