Dr Jane Evans

Dr Jane Evans

Research Scientist

Location: Keyworth

Tel: 0115 936 3596

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  • Present: Head of Science–based Archaeology, NIGL
  •  2010 : Present: Honorary Special Professor Nottingham University
  •  2009 –2010 : Present: Honorary Fellow, Department of Archaeology, Nottingham University
  •  1991 : NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratory

Professional association

  • Honorary Fellow, Department of Archaeology, Nottingham University
  •  2009 –2012 : BGS Trustee of South Wolds Learning Partnership
  •  2002 : Chartered Geologist

Research interests

  • Geo–Archaeology
  • Isotope Geochemistry
  • Strontium Isotope Biosphere Mapping


  • Isotope Geochemistry
  • Radiogenic isotope analysis

Published outputs

Key papers

Shaw, H. Montgomery, J. Redfern, R Gowland, R Evans, J.A. 2016. Identifying migrants in Roman London using lead and strontium stable isotopes. Journal of Archaeological Science 66, 57-68

Evans, J. A., V. Pashley, G. J. Richards, N. Brereton and T. G. Knowles. 2015. Geogenic lead isotope signatures from meat products in Great Britain: Potential for use in food authentication and supply chain traceability. Science of the Total Environment 537: 447-452.

Lamb, A.L., Evans, J.A., Buckley, R., Appleby, J., 2014 in press. Multi-isotope analysis demonstrates significant lifestyle changes in King Richard III Journal of Archaeological Science.

Ma, H., J. Henderson and J. Evans. 2014. The exploration of Sr isotopic analysis applied to Chinese glazes: part one. Journal of Archaeological Science 50: 551-558.

EVANS, J A, MONTGOMERY, J, WILDMAN, G and BOULTON, N. 2010. Spatial variations in biosphere 87Sr/86Sr in Britain.Journal of Geological Society 167 pp1–4.