Publications


2020. Hoover KC. An Evolutionary and Ecological Approach to Smelling in the Built Environment. New Territories of Olfactory Experience. Eds: Victor Fraigneau and Xavier Bonnaud. Infolio.

2020. Hoover KC, Roberts J, Botescu D, Piotr Fedurek, Aarts S, Berbesque JC. Field-testing olfactory ability to understand human olfactory ecology. American Journal of Human Biology. doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/ajhb.23411

2019. Crampton JW, Berbesque JC, Smith H, Graham S, Hoover KC. 2018. Smart Festivals? Security and Freedom for Well-Being in Urban Smart Spaces. Annals of the American Association of Geography. DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2019.1662765

2019. Crampton JW and Hoover KC. The Unseen Woman. Invited chapter for How to Run a City Like Amazon, and Other Fables. Editors: Graham, M., Kitchin, R., Mattern, S. and Shaw, J. Meatspace Press, Oxford. Link to book download: https://meatspacepress.com/go/how-to-run-a-city-like-amazon/

2018. Hoover KC. Intragenus (Homo) Variation in a Chemokine Receptor Gene (CCR5). PLOS ONE. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0204989

2018. Hoover KC, Berbesque C. Early Holocene (8000 BP) Early Holocene Morphological Variation in Hunter-Gatherer Hands and Feet. PeerJ 6:e5564. 10.7717/peerj.5564. doi: 10.7717/peerj.5564

2018. Hoover KC. Sensory Disruption in Modern Living and the Emergence of Sensory Inequities. The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. 91(1):53-62. Invited submission, Special Edition: Sensory Biology and Pain. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5872642/pdf/yjbm_91_1_53.pdf

2018. Berbesque JC, Hoover KC. Frequency and developmental timing of linear enamel hypoplasia defects in Early Archaic Texan hunter-gatherers. PeerJ. 2018;6:e4367. doi: 10.7717/peerj.4367.

 2016. Hoover KC, Barker C.West Nile Virus, Climate Change, and Circumpolar Vulnerability. WIREs Climate Change 7(2):283-300. (Invited review). https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.382

2016. Hoover KC, Hudson MJ. Resilience in prehistoric persistent hunter–gatherers in northwest Kyushu, Japan as assessed by population health and archaeological evidence. Quaternary International 405(Part B):22-33. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.10.047

2016. Hoover KC, Williams, FL. Variation in regional diet and mandibular morphology in prehistoric Japanese hunter–gatherer–fishers. Quaternary International 405(Part B):101-109. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.01.030

2015. Hoover KC, Gokcumen O, Qureshy Z, Brugeura E, Savangsuksa A, Cobb M, Matsunami H. Global survey of variation in a human olfactory receptor gene reveals signatures of non-neutral evolution. Chemical Senses 40(7):481-488. http://10.1093/chemse/bjv030 Altmetric score 125 (top 5% of research output; (#6 of 844 highest-scoring outputs from ChemS)

2013. Hoover KC. Evolution of olfactory receptor cells and genes. In: J Walker, Ed: Olfactory Receptors: Methods and Protocols. Methods in Molecular Biology Series. New Jersey: Humana Press

2013. Hudson MJ, Aoyama M, Hoover KC. Navigating hunter-gatherer resilience: networks and insularity in the prehistory of the Ryukyu Islands. In: Damm C, and Saarikivi J, editors. Networks, Interaction and Emerging Identities in Fennoscandia and Beyond: Papers from the conference held in Tromsø, Norway, October 13–16 2009. Mémoires de la Société Finno-Ougrienne [Special Edition of the Finno-Hungarian Society Journal]: 265: 49-66. 1 citation

2012. Hudson M, Aoyama M, Hoover KC, Kawashima T, and Uchiyama J. 現在の地球気候変 動と考古学的研究—社会生態システムのレジリアンスを高めるための考古学的戦略の構築 (Archaeological research and current global climate change: Building archaeological strategies for increasing the resilience of social-ecological systems). The Quaternary Research (Journal of the Japanese Quaternary Society) 51(4):267-274.

2012. Hudson M, Aoyama M, Hoover KC, Uchiyama J. Prospects and challenges for an archaeology of global climate change. WIREs Climate Change 3(4): 313-328. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.174

2012. Aoyama M, Hudson M, Hoover KC. 2012. Occupation mediates ecosystems services with human well-being. Journal of Occupational Sciences 19(3):213-225. http://10.1080/14427591.2011.634782

2011. Hoover KC. The scent emotion, sex, and evolution. Invited editorial. Maturitas 70:1-2. doi: 10.1016/j.maturitas.2011.05.013

2011. Hoover KC. Smell with inspiration…the evolutionary significance of olfaction. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 143(51):63-74. http://10.1002/ajpa.21441

2010. Hoover KC, Giordano C. The bioarchaeology of a late prehistoric Mid-Atlantic agricultural village: the Terminal Funk Phase of the Shenks Ferry site, Quaker Hills Quarry. [An initial description of the Quaker Hills Quarry human remains] Journal of Mid-Atlantic Archaeology 26:105-114.

2009. Hoover KC. The Geography of Smell. Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization 40: 237–239. http://10.3138/carto.44.4.237                                                               

2008. Hoover KC, Matsumura H. Temporal variation and interaction between nutritional and developmental instability in prehistoric Japanese populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 137:469-478. http://10.1002/ajpa.20892

2007. Hoover KC. Fluctuating asymmetry as a measure of developmental stress at the Mohr Site. Journal of Mid-Atlantic Archaeology 23:123-133

2005. Hoover KC, Corruccini RS, Macchiarelli R, Bondioli L. Exploring the relationship between dental stress markers: hypoplasia and odontometric asymmetry. American Journal of Human Biology 17:752-764. http://10.1002/ajhb.20436       

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