ERIKO ISHIMARU

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ERIKO ISHIMARU

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Awards & Honors

 
Aug 2006
Identification of origin of faunal remains : carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis of marine fishes, Honorable Mention,ICAZ2006 Poster Competition student category, International Council for Archaeozoology
Winner: Eriko Ishimaru,Tetsuya Umino, Minoru Yoneda, Ichiro Tayasu
 

Published Papers

 
Homogeneous diet of contemporary Japanese inferred from stable isotope ratios of hair.
Soichiro Kusaka, Eriko Ishimaru, Fujio Hyodo, Takashi Gakuhari, Minoru Yoneda, Takakazu Yumoto, Ichiro Tayasu
Scientific Reports   (6)    2016   [Refereed]
Lead concentration in archaeological animal remains from the Edo period, Japan:Is the lead concentration of archaeological goose bone a reliable indicator of domestic birds?
Masaki Eda, Yuhei Kodama, Eriko Ishimaru and Minoru Yoneda
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology      2013   [Refereed]
Reconstruction of Ancient Trade Routes in the Japanese Archipelago Using Carbon and Nitrogen Stable Isotope Analysis: Identification of the Stock Origins of Marine Fish Found at the Inland Yokkaichi Site, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan
Eriko Ishimaru, Ichiro Tayasu, Tetsuya Umino, and Takakazu Yumoto
The Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology   6月1日 160-163   2011
Distribution patterns of five mammals in the Jomon period, middle Edo period and the present, in the Japanese Archipelago.
Riyou Tsujino, Eriko Ishimaru and Takakazu Yumoto
Mammal Study   35(3) 179-189   2010   [Refereed]
A strontium isotope analysis on the relationship between ritual tooth ablation and migration among the Jomon people in Japan.
Soichiro, Kusaka, Atsushi Ando, Takanori Nakano, Takakazu Yumoto, Eriko Ishimaru, Minoru Yoneda, Fujio Hyodo and Kazumichi Katayama
Journal of Archaeological Science   36(10) 2289-2297   2009   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Identifying hunting area of the Jomon period by Strontium isotope analysis:A case study from Kyushu region, Japan.
Eriko Ishimaru, Soichiro Kusaka, Ki-Cheol Shin, Takanori Nakano, Takakzu Yumoto
World Archaeological Congress WAC-8   2016   World Archaeological Congress WAC-8
Is the analysis of lead concentration in archaeological goose bone a reliable indicator of domestic bird?
Masaki Eda, Yuhei Kodama, Eriko Ishimaru and Minoru Yoneda
Seventh Meeting of the Bird Working Group of ICAZ   2012   The Bird Working Group of ICAZ
Where was the fish of Heian-kyo site carried from?
Eriko Ishimaru, Ichiro Tayasu, Takakazu Yumoto
International Symposium on Isotope Ecology   2010   International Symposium on Isotope Ecology
Hunting areas of the Jomon Period in Japan revealed through strontium isotope ratios of excavated mammal teeth.
Eriko Ishimaru, Kicheol Shin, Hirofumi Teramura Takan
International Council for Archaeo-zoology 2010 11th International Conference.   2010   International Council for Archaeo-zoology
Ancient transport in the Japanese Archipelago assessed by carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis of marine fish.
Eriko Ishimaru, Ichiro Tayasu,Tetsuya Umino, Minoru Yoneda and Takakazu Yumoto
International Council for Archaeo-zoology 2010 11th International Conference.   2010   International Council for Archaeo-zoology