Selected publications.

Radiocarbon dating from Yuzhniy Oleniy Ostrov cemetery reveals complex human responses to socio-ecological stress during the 8.2 ka cooling event. Schulting, R.J., Mannermaa, K., Tarasov, P.E. et al. Nature Ecology & Evolution (2022).

Prehistoric Pendants as Instigators of Sound and Body Movements: A Traceological Case Study from Northeast Europe, c. 8200 cal. BP. Rainio, R., Gerasimov, D., Evgeny Yu, G. & Mannermaa K. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 31(4), 639-660. 

Погребения в шкурах лося и северного оленя в железном веке и раннем средневековье в Северной Европе: этно-археологический аспект. Mykhailova, N., Kirkinen, T. & Mannermaa, K. Stratum plus. 2021, 5, s. 295-308

Let’s groove: Attachment techniques of Eurasian elk (Alces alces) tooth pendants at the Late Mesolithic cemetery Yuzhniy Oleniy Ostrov (Lake Onega, Russia). Mannermaa, K., Rainio, R., Girya, E., & Gerasimov, D. (2020). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 2021(13:3).

Tracing the Materiality of Feathers in Stone Age North-Eastern Europe. Mannermaa, K., & Kirkinen, T. (2020). Current Swedish Archaeology, 2020(28), 23-46.

Needle case, sound instrument or something else? A worked and ornamented swan (Cygnus sp.) ulna from a Late Mesolithic male burial, Yuzhniy Oleniy Ostrov, Northwest Russia Mannermaa, K. & Rainio, R., 30 Mar 2020, In : Quaternary International. 543, p. 34-42 9 p.