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Yabe, Mamoru (1985): Comparative Osteology and Myology of the Superfamily Cottoidea (Pisces: Scorpaeniformes), and its Phylogenetic Classification. – Memoirs of the Faculty of Fisheries Hokkaido University 32(1), 1-130

Yablonsky, Leonid (2018): Were the Early Sarmatian nomads falconers in the southern Urals, Russia, during the 4th century BC?. in: Gersmann, Karl-Heinz & Grimm, Oliver (eds.): Raptor and human – falconry and bird symbolism throughout the millennia on a global scale, volume 2, Advanced studies on the archaeology and history of hunting 1, 579-586, Neumünster

Yalden, Derek W. (2010): Conclusion. in: O'Connor, Terry P. & Sykes, Naomi (eds.): Extinctions and Invasions: A Social History of British Fauna, 190-196, Oxford

Yalden, Derek W. (2009): The Analysis of Owl Pellets, 4th edition, Southampton

Yalden, Derek W. & Carthy, R. I. (2004): The Archaeological Record of Birds in Britain and ireland Compared: Extinctions or Failures to Arrive?. – Environmental Archaeology 9(2), 123-126

Yamada, Akihiro (2004): Der Sato-hama-Molluskenhaufen, Miyagi Präfektur. in: Wieczorek, Alfried / Steinhaus, Werner / Sahara, Makoto (eds.): Zeit der Mörgenröte. Japans Archäologie und Geschichte bis zu den ersten Kaisern. Handbuch, Publikationen der Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen 11, 118-123, Mannheim

Yannouli, Eftychia (1994): Aspects of Animal Use In Prehistoric Macedonia, Northern Greece. Examples from the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age, PhD-thesis University of Cambridge, Cambridge

Yates, Bonnie C. & Koler-Matznick, Janice (2006): The Evidentiary Dog: A Review Of Anthrozoological Cases And Archaeological Sites. in: Snyder, Lynn M. & Moore, Elizabeth A. (eds.): Dogs and People in Social, Working, Economic or Symbolic Interaction, Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the International Council of Archaeozoology, Durham, August 2002, 138-146, Oxford

Yates, Bonnie C. & Sims, Margaret E. (2001): Bear Claws – Real and Fake, Identification Notes and Guides for Wildlife Law Enforcement M-01-2, Ashland OR

Yates, Bonnie C. (2000): Use of the Mastoid Region of the Crania of Canids to Distinguish Wolves, Dogs, and Wolf/Dog Hybrids. in: Crockford, Susan Janet (ed.): Dogs Through time: An Archaeological Perspective, Proceedings of the 1st ICAZ Symposium on the History of the Domestic Dog, Eighth Congress of the International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ98) August 23-29, 1998, Victoria, B.C., Canada, British Archaeological Reports International Series 889, 269-270, Oxford

Yates, Bonnie C. (1996): Fangs! – Distinguishing canine teeth of ursids and felids, Identification Notes and Guides for Wildlife Law Enforcement M-96-5, Ashland OR

Yates, Bonnie C. (1996): Types of Mammalian Teeth Based On Function, Identification Notes and Guides for Wildlife Law Enforcement M-96-2, Ashland OR

Yeshurun, Reuven (2016): Palaeolithic Animal Remains in the Mount Carmel Caves: A Review of the Historical and Modern Research. in: Marom, Nimrod / Yeshurun, Reuven / Weissbrod, Lior / Bar-Oz, Guy (eds.): Bones and Identity. Zooarchaeological Approaches to Reconstructing Social and Cultural Landscapes in Southwest Asia, 1-23, Oxford

Yeshurun, Reuven / Bar-Oz, Guy / Kaufman, Daniel / Weinstein-Evron, Mina (2014): Purpose, Permanence, and Perception of 14,000-Year-Old Architecture. Contextual Taphonomy of Food Refuse. – Current Anthropology 55(5)

Yeshurun, Reuven (2013): Middle Palaeolithic Prey Choice Inferred from a Natural Pitfall Trap: Rantis Cave Israel. in: Clark, Jamie L. & Speth, John D. (eds.): Zooarchaeology and modern Human Origins: Human Hunting Behavior during the Later Pleistocene (Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology), 45-58, Heidelberg

Young, F. W. (1937): Studies of Osteology and Myology of the Beaver (Castor canadensis), East Lansing, Michigan

Yu, Chong (2015): The Origin of Cattle from Neolithic to Early Bronze Age China, PhD-thesis University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen

Yu, Chong (2014): Bone Tool of Dadiwan Site, Northwest China, an Application on the Use of Correspondence Analysis. in: Ma, Xiaolin & Hou, Yanfeng (eds.): Proceedings of the 9th Meeting of the (ICAZ) Worked Bone Research Group, Zhengzhou, China, 2013, Zooarchaeology 2, 95-104, Beijing

Yuan, Jing & Flad, Rowan K. (2006): Research on early horse domestication in China. in: Mashkour, Marjan (ed.): Equids in Time and Space, Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the International Council of Archaeozoology, Durham, August 2002, 124-131, Oxford

Yule, Paul A. (2018): Archaeology of the Arabian Peninsula in the late pre-Islamic and early Islamic periods (1st millennium CE): background sketch for early falconry. in: Gersmann, Karl-Heinz & Grimm, Oliver (eds.): Raptor and human – falconry and bird symbolism throughout the millennia on a global scale, volume 4, Advanced studies on the archaeology and history of hunting 1, 1691-1767, Neumünster