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D. Margaret Avery

Emeritus Researcher - Cenozoic Studies at Iziko South African Museum | Cape Town , South Africa

Subjects:
Earth Sciences, Life Sciences
Spoken languages:
English
Status:
Available for mentoring.
Support Level:
Editing Support
Response Time:
Usually within a month
Support Offered:
Proofreading, Article planning, Dealing with the publishing process, Language polishing/light editing, Responding to peer review, Language editing or proofreading support

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Subjects:
Earth Sciences, Life Sciences
Research Keywords:
Earth Sciences, palaeoenvironments, micromammals, palaeoecology,
Biography:
Margaret Avery is a palaeoecologist with an archaeological background whose long-time interest is in exploring the multi-facetted information potential of micromammalian prey of barn owls. Arising from this has been the main thrust of her research, contributing to our knowledge of the environmental background to human biological and technological evolution. To this end she has worked on material from all of the important archaeological sites in South Africa as well as early hominid sites such as Sterkfontein and Swartkrans, and sites in Zambia and Nomibia. Another aspect has been applying information to global change studies and the assessment of human impact on the environment. Complementary studies of modern material, besides being important in their own right, help inform taphonomic analyses of fossil samples. Margaret is a Fellow and Vice President of the Royal Society of South Africa, and Immediate Past President of the International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA). She serves on the ICSU South African National Board and ex officio on the South African National Committee for INQUA. She has been Editor of the South African Archaeological Bulletin and Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa.

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