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Modeling Metabolism and Disease in Bioarcheology

Figure 2

(a) Hydrogen isotope measured in 0.3 cm intervals of a hair of a Siberian mammoth loaned from the Smithsonian and published in [7]. (b) Standardized hydrogen isotope data in Figure 2(a) computed as the residuals of fitting the annual sinusoid, which have been standardized to mean = 0 and SD = 1. (c) Hydrogen isotope spectra of Smithonian mammoth (red line) hair measured every 0.3 cm. Series standardized to mean = 0 and SD = 1. The low frequency peak marked at 0.15 and high frequency peak at 0.42 are marked. Frequency axis (radians/observation) is divided by radians/cycle to obtain cycles/observation. (d) Hydrogen isotope spectra of Smithonian mammoth (red line) and of Jarkov mammoth (blue line) hair measured every 0.3 cm. Series standardized to mean = 0 and SD = 1. Frequency axis is divided by ; multiplying -axis by maintains AUCs; multiplying -axis by 2 represents contribution from negative frequencies.
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