Dr. Niklas Hausmann

Emmy-Noether Nachwuchsgruppenleiter

  • Kompetenzbereich »Vorgeschichte«

Arbeits- und Forschungsgebiete

  • Urgeschichtliche Lebensweisen in Küstenregionen weltweit
  • Geochemische Analysen von Karbonaten
  • Klimarekonstruktion durch Muschelfunde (Sclerochronology)

Lebenslauf

  • ab Februar 2021: Nachwuchsgruppenleiter am RGZM
  • 2020: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am NIhK
  • 2019: Projektmanager des Marie Curie ITN SEACHANGES
  • 2018: Affiliierter Mitarbeiter am Max-Planck-Institut für Menschheitsgeschichte, Jena
  • 2016 - 2018: Marie-Skłodowska-Curie Fellow am Institut für elektronische Strukturen und Laser (Griechenland) als Leiter des ACCELERATE Projekts
  • 2015 - 2016: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im ERC Projekt  DISPERSE von Geoff Bailey am Department of Archaeology (University of York).
  • 2012 - 2015: Promotion am Department of Archaeology (University of York). Thema der Dissertation: The shell mounds of the Farasan Islands - An isotopic study of seasonality and coastal exploitation.

weitere Projekte

  • National Geographic Projekt: The Visborg shell midden and the transition to agriculture in Denmark
  • ACCELERATE (Archaeological and climatic data from elemental ratios using rapid analysis of shell carbonate)
  • DISPERSE ( Dynamic Landscapes, Coastal Environments and Human Dispersals)

Publikationen

Artikel

  • in press: Hausmann, N., Meredith-Williams M., Laurie, E., Shellfish Resilience to Prehistoric Human Exploitation: Size Variability in Conomurex fasciatus across time and space. Quaternary International
  • 2019: Hausmann, N., Robson, H., Hunt, C. Annual growth patterns and interspecimen variability in Mg/Ca records of European Oysters. Open Quaternary
  • 2019: Fossile, T., Ferreira, J., da Rocha Bandeira, D., Figuti, L., Dias-da-Silva, S., Hausmann, N., Robson, H. K., Orton, D. C. & Colonese, A. C., Pre-Columbian fisheries catch reconstruction for a subtropical estuary in Southern America. Fish and fisheries.
  • 2019: Hausmann, N., Meredith-Williams, M., Inglis, R.H., Douka, K., Bailey, G. Quantifying spatial variability in shell midden formation: Anthropological implications on site taphonomy and sea-level change. PloS one 14 (6), e0217596
  • 2019: Hausmann, N., Prendergast, A.L., Lemonis, A., Zech, J., Roberts, P., Siozos, P. and Anglos D. Extensive elemental mapping unlocks Mg/Ca ratios as climate proxy in seasonal records of Mediterranean limpets. Scientific Reports 9:3698
  • 2018: Robson, H.K., Little, A., Jones, A.K.G., Blockley, S., Candy, I., Matthews, I., Palmer, A., Schreve, D., Tong, E., Pomstra, D., Fletcher, L., Hausmann, N., Taylor, B., Conneller, C. and Milner, N. Scales of analysis: Evidence of fish and fish processing at Star Carr. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 17: 895–903 .
  • 2017: Hausmann, N., Siozos, P., Lemonis, A., Colonese, A. C., Robson, H. K., & Anglos, D., Elemental mapping of Mg/Ca intensity ratios in marine mollusc shells using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy.  Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry Vol. 32 (8): 1437–1610.
  • 2017: Colonese, A.C., Netto, S.A., Francisco, A.S., DeBlasis, P., Villagran, X.S., Ponzoni, R.D.A.R., Hancock, Y., Hausmann, N., Faria, D.S., Prendergast, A. and Schöne, B.R.: Shell sclerochronology and stable isotopes of the bivalve Anomalocardia flexuosa (Linnaeus,1767) from southern Brazil. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology Vol. 484: 7–21.
  • 2017: Hausmann, N. and Meredith-Williams, M. Exploring accumulation rates of shell deposits through seasonality data. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory Vol. 24(3): 776–795.
  • 2017: Hausmann, N. and Meredith-Williams M. Seasonal patterns of coastal exploitation on the Farasan Islands, Saudi Arabia. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, Vol. 12(3):360–379.
  • 2017: Hausmann, N., Colonese A. C., Ponzoni A., Hancock Y., Meredith-Williams M., Leng M. J. and Bailey G. N. Isotopic composition of Conomurex fasciatus shells as an environmental proxy for the Red Sea. Quaternary International 427(A): 115-127.
  • 2015: Hausmann, N., Meredith-Williams, M., Bailey, G. Results of recent excavations on the Farasan Islands and studies of large-scale prehistoric shellfish gathering in the Red Sea. In: N. Bicho, C. Detry, T. D. Price, E. Cunha (ed.) Muge 150th Anniversary Conference. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press
  • 2014: Colonese, A. C., Zanchetta G., Fallick A. E., Manganelli G., Lo Cascio P., Hausmann, N., Baneschi I., Regattieri E. Oxygen and carbon isotopic composition of modern terrestrial gastropod shells from Lipari Island, Aeolian Archipelago (Sicily). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 394: 119-127.
  • 2014: Meredith-Williams, M., Hausmann, N., Bailey, G.N., King, G.C.P., Alsharekh, A., Ghamdi, Al, S., Inglis, R.H., Mapping, modelling and predicting prehistoric coastal archaeology in the southern Red Sea using new applications of digital-imaging techniques. World Archaeology Vol. 46(1): 10-24.
  • 2014: Meredith-Williams, M., Hausmann, N., Inglis, R. and Bailey, G. 4200 New Shell Mound Sites in the Southern Red Sea. Internet Archaeology. DOI: 10.11141/ia.37.2.
  • 2012: Bailey, G., King, G., Devès, M., Hausmann, N., Inglis, R., Laurie, E., Meredith-Williams, M., Momber, G., Winder, I., Alsharekh, A., Sakellariou, D. DISPERSE: dynamic landscapes, coastal environments and human dispersals." Antiquity 86, no. 334

Beiträge in Sammelschriften

  • In press: G.N. Bailey, R.H. Inglis, M. Meredith-Williams, Hausmann, N., A.M. Alsharekh and S. Al Ghamdi. Preliminary Report on Fieldwork in The Farasan Islands and Jizan and Asir Provinces by The DISPERSE Project, November –December, 2012. In: G. Bailey and A.M. Alsharekh (Eds.) Palaeolithic Archaeology, Coastal Prehistory and Submerged Landscapes in Southwest Saudi Arabia and the Farasan Islands: DISPERSE Field Reports 2012–2015. Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities p. 72–78.
  • In press: M. Meredith-Williams, G.N. Bailey, Hausmann, N., S. Al Ghamdi, A.M. Alsharekh, K. Douka and B. Larsen. Preliminary Report on 2013 Fieldwork in Southwest Saudi Arabia by the DISPERSE Project: (1) the Farasan Islands. In: G.N. Bailey and A.M. Alsharekh (Eds.) Palaeolithic Archaeology, Coastal Prehistory and Submerged Landscapes in Southwest Saudi Arabia and the Farasan Islands: DISPERSE Field Reports 2012–2015. Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities p. 87–100.
  • In press: R. H. Inglis, A.G.M. Sinclair, A. Shuttleworth, A. Al Maamary, W. Budd, Hausmann, N., M. Meredith-Williams, A.M. Alsharekh, S. Al Ghamdi, and G.N. Bailey. Preliminary Report on 2014 Fieldwork in Southwest Saudi Arabia by the DISPERSE Project: (2) Jizan and Asir Provinces February–March 2013. In: G.N. Bailey and A. Alsharekh (Eds.) Palaeolithic Archaeology, Coastal Prehistory and Submerged Landscapes in Southwest Saudi Arabia and the Farasan Islands: DISPERSE Field Reports 2012–2015. Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities p. 120–141.
  • In press: G. Momber, J. Gillespie, B. Mason, C. Mason, L. Tidbury, W. Mozayen, F. Hamzi, J. Al Sadiq, A. Al Haiti, M. Meredith-Williams, Hausmann, N., A. Aqeeli, M. Mofta and G.N. Bailey. In: G.N. Bailey and A. Alsharekh (Eds.) Palaeolithic Archaeology, Coastal Prehistory and Submerged Landscapes in Southwest Saudi Arabia and the Farasan Islands: DISPERSE Field Reports 2012–2015. Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities p. 232–245.
  • 2019: Bailey, G.N., Meredith-Williams, M., Alsharekh, A. and Hausmann, N., The Archaeology of Pleistocene Coastal Environments and Human Dispersals in the Red Sea: Insights from the Farasan Islands. In: The Red Sea II, Najeeb Rasul and Ian Stewart (Eds.) Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
  • 2019: Hausmann, N., Kokkinaki, O. and Leng, M., Red Sea Palaeoclimate: stable isotope and element-ratio analysis of marine mollusc shells. In: The Red Sea II, Najeeb Rasul and Ian Stewart (Eds.) Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
  • 2014: Inglis, R. H., Sinclair, A., Shuttleworth, A., Al Maamary, A., Budd, W., Hausmann, N., Meredith-Williams, M. G., Alsharekh, A., Al Ghamdi, S. & Bailey, G. Preliminary Report on 2014 Fieldwork in Southwest Saudi Arabia by the DISPERSE Project: (2) Jizan and Asir Provinces, Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities. p. 31

Rezensionen

  • 2018: Molluscs in Archaeology by Michael Allen. Antiquity 92, no.361
 

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