The Isotopic Reconstruction of Human Migration (IRHUM) database provides access to strontium isotope data for baseline mapping projects originally developed by the Research School of Earth Sciences, ANU.
Reference: Willmes et al., 2014
The original Geonode web platform has been archived and all original data can be found through the links below. The data include the spatial context and metadata for each sample, allowing the user to evaluate the suitability of the sample for their specific study.
Strontium isotope data from soil and plant samples for mainland France
Sample locations of soil and plant samples collected from Corsica
Sample locations of soil and plant samples collected from Portugal
Soil and rock samples collected from Israel
Soil and plant samples collected from New Caledonia
A large collection of strontium isotope baseline data can be found at the IsoArcH project.