Dr Angela Lamb

Dr Angela Lamb

Research Scientist

Location: Keyworth

Tel: 0115 936 3260

E-mail Dr Angela Lamb

ORCID: 0000000318094327


  • Present: Research Scientist - Stable Isotope Facility
  •  1999 –2004 : Lecturer in Earth Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University
  •  1996 –1999 : PhD at University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Research interests

  • Isotope Geochemistry, specifically stable isotopes applications in pollution, hydrological tracers and science-based archaeology


  • Isotope Geochemistry and mass spectrometry

Published outputs

Key papers

Lamb, A L 2015. Stable isotope analysis of soft tissues from mummified human remains. Environmental Archaeology 21, 271-284.

Kennedy, M; Foxhall, L; Evans, J; Lamb, A L 2015. The bones of a King: Richard III rediscovered. Wiley, 219pp.

Angela L. Lamb, Jane E. Evans, Richard Buckley, Jo Appleby 2014. Multi-isotope analysis demonstrates significant lifestyle changes in King Richard III. Journal of Archaeological Science 50. 559-565.

Chenery, Carolyn A.; Pashley, Vanessa; Lamb, Angela L.; Sloane, Hilary J.; Evans, Jane A.. 2012 The oxygen isotope relationship between the phosphate and structural carbonate fractions of human bioapatite. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 26 (3). 309-319.

O'Regan, H J, Turner, A, Bishop, L C, Elton, S, Lamb, A L. 2011. Hominins without fellow travellers? First appearances and inferred dispersals of Afro-Eurasian large-mammals in the Plio-Pleistocene. Quaternary Science Reviews 30 (11-12), 1343-1352.

Lamb, A L, Gonzalez, S, Huddart, D, Metcalfe, S E, Vane, C H, Pike, A W G. 2009. Tepexpan Palaeoindian site, Basin of Mexico : multi-proxy evidence for environmental change during the Late Pleistocene-Late Holocene. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28 (19-20). 2000-2016.