Meeting Information

The first meeting of the Stable Isotopes in Zooarchaeology Working Group (SIZWG) took place 3-5 March 2016 at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, USA.

The University is home to the Center for Applied Isotope Studies and the Zooarchaeology Laboratory at the Georgia Museum of Natural History, which houses over 4,000 specimens in its comparative collection. Athens is a very walkable city about 70 miles east of Atlanta, GA, with plenty of accommodation and restaurants.

The full program and abstracts can be found here.

Financial support from the following contributors is gratefully acknowledged:

University of Georgia Foundationugafoundation

The Center for Applied Isotope Studies


Department of Geography


elementar Americas, Inc.


Georgia Museum of Natural History 


Department of Anthropology


2 thoughts on “Meeting Information

  1. You are doing work on zooarchaeology and ecology of mammalians and humans, and you are using stable isotopes as I have seen from the links above. To your notice, our isotope journal Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies published a special issue “Application of stable isotope analysis in mammalian ecology” in 2014 guest-edited by David Walter (US Geological Survey, PennUniv).
    Maybe the link to our journal ( and the special issue (IEHS vol 50, issue 3) could be of interest to your conference.
    Gerhard Strauch, Editor-in-Chief, IEHS


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