Andrew C. Sorensen
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Fire production in the deep past? The expedient strike-a-light model
A Sorensen, W Roebroeks, A Van Gijn
Journal of Archaeological Science 42, 476-486, 2014
Neandertal fire-making technology inferred from microwear analysis
AC Sorensen, E Claud, M Soressi
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-16, 2018
On the relationship between climate and Neandertal fire use during the Last Glacial in south-west France
AC Sorensen
Quaternary International 436, 114-128, 2017
fiReproxies: A computational model providing insight into heat-affected archaeological lithic assemblages
AC Sorensen, F Scherjon
PloS one 13 (5), e0196777, 2018
Petrography and diagenesis of palustrine carbonate beds in the Early Cretaceous Cedar Mountain Formation, eastern Utah
AC Sorensen, GA Ludvigson, LA González, RM Joeckel, JI Kirkland
2002 Denver Annual Meeting, 2002
Neandertal utilisait-il des briquettes en silex?
AC Sorensen, E Claud
Néandertal à la loupe, 106–111, 2016
Neandertal advice for improving your tinder profile: A pilot study using experimental archaeology to test the usefulness of manganese dioxide (MnO2) in Palaeolithic fire-making
AC Sorensen
A Human Environment. Studies in honour of 20 years Analecta editorship by …, 2020
The Uncertain Origins of Fire-Making by Humans: The State of the Art and Smouldering Questions
AC Sorensen
Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für Urgeschichte 28, 11-50, 2019
The utility of manganese dioxide as a Palaeolithic tinder enhancer supported by actualistic fire-making experiments
AC Sorensen
Introducing “fiReproxies”: A computer simulation-based tool for gaining a better understanding of archaeological fire proxy evidence
A Sorensen, F Scherjon
Book of abstracts, 120, 2018
A tradition of Middle Palaeolithic fire making inferred from microwear analysis
AC Sorensen, E Claud
Musée d'Anthropologie Préhistoire de Monaco, 2018
Searching for early traces of fire production on flint tools
A Sorensen, V Rots
AWRANA 2015: Connecting people and technologies, 45, 2015
White light, white heat: On the relationship of Homo and lightning as a source of domestic fire
A Sorensen
European Society for the study of Human Evolution 4, 208, 2015
The Invisible Fire Starters: A usewear-based approach to identifying evidence of fire production by Neandertals
A Sorensen
Leiden University, 2012
Results of Archaeological Investigations at Site 23PI294 in Northeastern Missouri
AR Collins, MK Pope, A Sorensen, L Bush, M Tavaszi
The Missouri Archaeologist 72, 77-114, 2011
Geomorphology and Archaeology of Site 23PI294, Lower Salt River Valley, Northeast Missouri
AC Sorensen
Midwest Archaeological Conference, 2009
The Lithic Analysis of Flaking Debris for the Late Woodland Sites 13LN315, 13LN316, and 13LN323 in the Palisades-Dows Nature Preserve, Linn County, Iowa
AC Sorensen
Unpublished manuscript, 2004
Correlating the marine carbon record with Cretaceous-age fossil soils in Dinosaur National Monument, northeastern Utah
AC Sorensen
Cornell College Student Symposium, 2003
Adding manganese dioxide powder to tinder would have made fire-making easier for Neandertals. However, pyrite dust also improves spark capture by tinder.
Group 1 (2), 3, 0
No smoke without fire (makers?)
AC Sorensen
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