Title: Postdoctoral researcher
Katarina Gerometta is a Post Doctoral Researcher at the Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula. She graduated in Archaeology, History of Art, and Italian Language and Literature at the University of Zagreb, where she obtained also her PhD in Archaeology in 2017. She participated at numerous archaeological excavations in Croatia, Italy, Serbia, France, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, North Macedonia and Montenegro. She attended soil micromorphology training courses and workshops in Pisa, London, Tübingen, and Cambridge.
Trampling Experiments – A Contribution to the Pseudo-Retouch Issue
Trampling Experiments – A Contribution to Pseudo- Retouch Issue
Roman centuriation in the territory of Vrsar, Croatia
LiDAR-based targeted survey of a Mediterranean landscape
The use of airborne laser scanning in the study of the archaeological landscape of Vrsar Municipality
Late pleistocene to holocene cave geoarchaeology on the eastern Adriatic coast and in its hinterland
Archaeological excavations in the Lim Channel in 2016. Sites: Romuald's cave, Abri Kontija 002, Lim 001, Cave near Rovinjsko selo.
New research on the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene in the Lim Channel, Istria
Earth resistance tomography for detecting previous excavation trenches in cave and rock shelters in the Lim Channel, Croatia
The ARCHAEOLIM Project. Archaeological investigations into the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene of the Lim Channel
Late Neandertals in Dalmatia: Site formation processes, chronology, climate change and human activity at Mujina Pećina, Croatia
Arhcaeological investigation of the Lim channel i 2014 and 2015 at Romuald's cave, Abri Kontija 002, Pećina kod Rovinjskog sela and the underwater survey of the Lim channel
The human use of caves around the Adriatic Sea. A geoarchaeological perspective
From hunter-gatherers to herders at Zemunica: changing cave environment and site use
The changing environment of Zala Cave: a geoarchaeological perspective
Late Upper Paleolithic, Early Mesolithic and Early Neolithic from the cave site Zemunica near Bisko (Dalmatia, Croatia)
The Late Mousterian in the eastern Adriatic – towards understanding of late Neanderthals’ identity and their demise Project: a summary of the 1st year of research
Caves and Humans East of the Adriatic sea. Geoarchaeology, Climate, Site Formation Processes
Dubravka Balen-Letunić i Ante Rendić-Miočević, “Čarolija igre. Igračke u pretpovijesti i antici iz zbirki Arheološkoga muzeja u Zagrebu”, Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu, 2012., 64 str.
Atti e memorie della Società istriana di archeologia e storia patria, CXI (LIX della nuova serie), Archeologia e urbanistica nelle città dell’Istria costiera, Atti della giornata internazionale di studio (Muggia, 26 marzo 2011), a cura di Annalisa Giovannini, Trieste, 2011, 304 str.
Micromorphology in archaeology
Marie-Brigitte Carre – Vladimir Kovačić – Francis Tassaux (eds.), Sjeverno priobalje Poreštine u antici, Poreč, Zavičajni muzej Poreštine, 2012., 215 str.
"Curator’s letters": Curatorship of Pietro Kandler
Histria arhaeologica, sv. 41/2010., Pula 2011., 223 str.
Alan Bowman i Andrew Wilson (ur.), Settlement, Urbanization, and Population. Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy, Oxford University Press, 2011, 362 str.
Micromorphological analysis of sediments from Zala Cave near Ogulin
(Alka Starac (ur.), Dragonera – dva bisera, Monografije i katalozi 19, Pula: Arheološki muzej Istre, 2010., 324 str.)
(Histria archaeologica, sv. 40/2009, Pula 2010., 164 str.)
Archaeology and palaeo-speleology at the cave Zala