The IRHUM (Isotopic Reconstruction of Human Migration) database is a web platform to access, explore and map strontium isotope data. It is maintained at the Research School of Earth Sciences, ANU. Details about the data and their source is located in the individual layer files.
For the database and Sr isotope dataset of France: Willmes et al. (2014)- The IRHUM (Isotopic Reconstruction of Human Migration) database – bioavailable strontium isotope ratios for geochemical fingerprinting in France. Earth Syst Sci Data, 6.
For the maps (isotope groups, kriging): Willmes et al (2018)- Mapping of bioavailable strontium isotope ratios in France for archaeological provenance studies. Applied Geochemistry, 90.
Funding was provided by ARC DP110101415(Grün, Spriggs, Armstrong, Maureille and Falguères)
- Understanding the migrations of prehistoric populations through direct dating and isotopic tracking
of their mobility patterns
About IRHUM and first steps
Full Geonode documentation
IRHUM on GitHub