Dra. Natalia ÉgüezPostdoctoral researcher
Informació acadèmica :
- Ph.D in Natural Sciences (Dr Rer. Nat.). Graduate School Human Development in Landscapes, Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, Christian-Albrechts-
Universität Kiel (Germany). Magna Cum Laude distinction.
- MA in Archaeology. Faculty of Geography and History, University of Barcelona (Spain)
- PGCE in Geography. History and Art History, Education Sciences Institute, University of Barcelona(Spain)
- BA in Physical Geography. Faculty of Geography and History, University of Barcelona(Spain)
After a Bachelor in Geography from Barcelona University, Natalia started her MA in Archaeology and completed her PhD in Natural Sciences at Kiel University (Germany). She has worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Universidad de La Laguna (Spain), University of Haifa (Israel), and as a postdoctoral visiting researcher at Cambridge University (UK).
Her research focuses on understanding the micro-taphonomy of stabling floors, dung layers and coprolites in soils and sediments of mobile communities using soil Micromorphology coupled with lipid and Compound-Specific Stable Isotope analyses. Her research aim is to use these biomarkers for obtaining information about palaeoenvironmental reconstruction and long-term dynamics of habitat adaptations and multi-resource economic strategies, crucial to understanding living conditions, mobility, seasonality and diet of domesticates in Pre and Protohistory. She has worked as a Geoarchaeologist in several Middle Palaeolithic, Upper Palaeolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age sites in Africa, Europe and Central Asia. She is an active member of the Taphonomy European Network (TaphEN) and a National Geographic Society Explorer.
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