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The human evolution source book, [edited by] Russell L. Ciochon, John G. Fleagle

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[edited by] Russell L. Ciochon, John G. Fleagle
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Contents
  • 1.
  • Stratigraphy explained/
  • F. H. Brown
  • J. A. Van Couvering
  • p. 3
  • 2.
  • Cyclostratigraphy/
  • J. A. Van Couvering
  • p. 6
  • 3.
  • Geochronometry : measurement of geologic time/
  • F. H. Brown
  • p. 12
  • 4.
  • Radiocarbon dating/
  • H. P. Schwarcz
  • p. 14
  • 5.
  • Potassium-argon dating/
  • F. H. Brown
  • p. 16
  • 6.
  • Electron spin resonance dating, fission-track dating, thermoluminescence dating, and uranium-series dating/
  • H. P. Schwarcz
  • p. 19
  • 7.
  • Paleomagnetism and human evolution/
  • F. H. Brown
  • p. 24
  • 8.
  • Taphonomy in human evolution/
  • A. Hill
  • p. 27
  • 9.
  • African apes as time machines/
  • R. Wrangham
  • D. Pilbeam
  • p. 33
  • 10.
  • Molecular anthropology and the molecular clock/
  • J. Marks
  • p. 38
  • M. Lyons-Weiler
  • S. Blair Hedges
  • p. 41
  • 11.
  • Human and ape molecular clocks and constraints on paleontological hypotheses/
  • R. L. Stauffer
  • A. Walker
  • O. A. Ryder
  • p. 48
  • 12.
  • Ardipithecus ramidus, a root species for Australopithecus/
  • T. White
  • B. Asfaw
  • G. Suwa
  • P. Mein
  • K. Cheboi
  • Y. Coppens
  • p. 53
  • 13.
  • First hominid from the Miocene (Lukeino formation, Kenya)/
  • B. Senut
  • M. Pickford
  • D. Gommery
  • 14.
  • Late Miocene hominids from the Middle Awash, Ethiopia/
  • Y. Haile-Selassie
  • p. 58
  • H. Taisso Mackaye
  • A. Likius
  • D. Ahounta
  • A. Beauvilain
  • C. Blondel
  • 15.
  • H. Bocherens
  • J.-R. Boisserie
  • L. De Bonis
  • Y. Coppens
  • J. Dejax
  • new hominid from the upper Miocene of Chad, Central Africa/
  • C. Denys
  • P. Duringer
  • V. Eisenmann
  • G. Fanone
  • P. Fronty
  • M. Brunet
  • D. Geraads
  • T. Lehmann
  • F. Lihoreau
  • A. Louchart
  • A. Mahamat
  • G. Merceron
  • G. Mouchelin
  • O. Otero
  • P. Pelaez Campomanes
  • M. Ponce de Leon
  • F. Guy
  • J.-C. Rage
  • M. Sapanet
  • M. Schuster
  • J. Sudre
  • P. Tassy
  • X. Valentin
  • P. Vignaud
  • L. Viriot
  • A. Zazzo
  • C. Zollikofer
  • D. Pilbeam
  • p. 63
  • 16.
  • Australopithecines in review/
  • L. C. Aiello
  • P. Andrews
  • p. 76
  • p. 90
  • 17.
  • new hominid species Australopithecus anamensis/
  • C. Ward
  • M. G. Leakey
  • A. Walker
  • P. N. Gathogo
  • C. Kiarie
  • L. N. Leakey
  • I. McDougall
  • p. 98
  • 18.
  • New hominin genus from Eastern Africa shows diverse Middle Pliocene lineages/
  • M. G. Leakey
  • F. Spoor
  • F. H. Brown
  • 19.
  • Tempo and mode in human evolution/
  • H. M. McHenry
  • p. 108
  • 20.
  • Inferring hominoid and early hominid phylogeny using craniodental characters : the role of fossil taxa/
  • D. S. Strait
  • F. E. Grine
  • p. 115
  • 21.
  • Evolution of human walking/
  • C. O. Lovejoy
  • p. 149
  • 22.
  • Climbing to the top : a personal memoir of Australopithecus afarensis/
  • J. T. Stern, Jr.
  • p. 157
  • G. C. Conroy
  • W. Recheis
  • G. W. Weber
  • H. Seidler
  • p. 176
  • 23.
  • Early hominid brain evolution : a new look at old endocasts/
  • D. Falk
  • J. C. Redmond, Jr.
  • J. Guyer
  • 24.
  • Diet and the evolution of the earliest human ancestors/
  • M. F. Teaford
  • P. S. Ungar
  • p. 189
  • 25.
  • Early hominid evolution and ecological change through the African Plio-Pleistocene/
  • K. E. Reed
  • p. 197
  • 26.
  • history of the genus homo/
  • B. A. Wood
  • p. 222
  • K. E. Reed
  • J. L. Aronson
  • Z. Assefa
  • C. W. Marean
  • G. G. Eck
  • 27.
  • R. Bobe
  • E. Hovers
  • Y. Rak
  • C. Vondra
  • T. Yemane
  • Late Pliocene Homo andOldowan tools from the Hadar formation (Kada Hadar Member), Ethiopia/
  • D. York
  • Y. Chen
  • N. M. Evensen
  • P. E. Smith
  • p. 228
  • W. H. Kimbel
  • R. C. Walter
  • D. C. Johanson
  • R. J. Clarke
  • A. L. Deino
  • R. L. Hay
  • C. C. Swisher
  • I. G. Stanistreet
  • 28.
  • G. M. Ashley
  • L. J. McHenry
  • N. E. Sikes
  • N. J. van der Merwe
  • J. C. Tactikos
  • Late Pliocene Homo and hominid land use from Western Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania/
  • A. E. Cushing
  • D. M. Deocampo
  • J. K. Njau
  • J. I. Ebert
  • p. 235
  • R. J. Blumenschine
  • C. R. Peters
  • F. T. Masao
  • B. Latimer
  • S. Simpson
  • G. Suwa
  • p. 243
  • 29.
  • Australopithecus garhi : a new species of early hominid from Ethiopia/
  • B. Asfaw
  • T. White
  • O. Lovejoy
  • W. Hart
  • P. Renne
  • G. WoldeGabriel
  • Y. Beyene
  • E. Vrba
  • 30.
  • p. 251
  • Environment and behavior of 2.5-million-year-old Bouri hominids/
  • J. de Heinzelin
  • J. D. Clark
  • T. White
  • 31.
  • world's oldest stone artefacts from Gona, Ethiopia : their implications for understanding stone technology and patterns of human evolution between 2.6-1.5 million years ago/
  • S. Semaw
  • p. 256
  • 32.
  • Perspectives on the Nariokotome discovery/
  • A. Walker
  • p. 271
  • W. K. Hart
  • P. R. Renne
  • G. WoldeGabriel
  • E. S. Vrba
  • T. D. White
  • 33.
  • p. 285
  • Remains of Homo erectus from Bouri, Middle Awash, Ethiopia/
  • B. Asfaw
  • W. H. Gilbert
  • Y. Beyene
  • 34.
  • African emergence and early Asian dispersals of the genus Homo/
  • R. Larick
  • R. L. Ciochon
  • p. 296
  • A. Vekua
  • A. Justus
  • C. C. Swisher III
  • p. 310
  • 35.
  • Dmanisi and dispersal/
  • L. Gabunia
  • S. C. Anton
  • D. Lordkipanidze
  • J. Agusti
  • R. Ferring
  • G. Maisuradze
  • A. Mouskhelishvili
  • M. Nioradze
  • 36.
  • M. Ponce de Leon
  • M. Tappen
  • M. Tvalchrelidze
  • C. Zollikofer
  • p. 321
  • new skull of early Homo from Dmanisi, Georgia/
  • A. Vekua
  • D. Lordkipanidze
  • G. P. Rightmire
  • A. Iglesias
  • F. Gonzalez
  • p. 327
  • 37.
  • Venta Micena, Barranco Leon-5 and Fuentenueva-3 : three archaeological sites in the early Pleistocene deposits of Orce, South-East Spain/
  • J. Gibert
  • L. Gibert
  • C. Ferrandez-Canyadell
  • K. A. Hoffman
  • C. L. Deng
  • C. D. Shi
  • Y. X. Pan
  • H. Q. Wang
  • 38.
  • R. P. Shi
  • Y. C. Wang
  • G. H. Shi
  • N. Q. Wu
  • p. 336
  • New evidence on the earliest human presence at high northern latitudes in Northeast Asia/
  • R. X. Zhu
  • R. Potts
  • F. Xle
  • Z. Guo
  • A. Deino
  • W. Wang
  • J. Clark
  • G. Xie
  • 39.
  • W. Huang
  • p. 340
  • Mid-Pleistocene Acheulean-like stone technology of the Bose Basin, South China/
  • Y. Hou
  • R. Potts
  • B. Yuan
  • J. Liu
  • O. Bar-Yosef
  • p. 345
  • 40.
  • Evidence for the use of fire at Zhoukoudian, China/
  • S. Weiner
  • Q. Xu
  • P. Goldberg
  • p. 348
  • 41.
  • Homo erectus and the emergence of Sunda in the Tethys realm : contributions of potassium-based chronology in the Sangiran Dome, Central Java/
  • R. Larick
  • R. L. Ciochon
  • Y. Zaim
  • G. Suwa
  • R. T. Kono
  • T. Jacob
  • p. 357
  • 42.
  • Homo erectus Calvarium from the Pleistocene of Java/
  • H. Baba
  • F. Aziz
  • Y. Kaifu
  • H. P. Schwarcz
  • G. H. Curtis
  • A. Suprijo
  • p. 363
  • 43.
  • Latest Homo erectus of Java : potential contemporaneity with Homo sapiens in Southeast Asia/
  • C. C. Swisher III
  • W. J. Rink
  • S. C. Anton
  • R. P. Soejono
  • E. Wayhu Saptomo
  • Rokus Awe Due
  • p. 368
  • 44.
  • new small-bodied hominin from the late Pleistocene of Flores, Indonesia/
  • P. Brown
  • T. Sutikna
  • M. J. Morwood
  • p. 376
  • 45.
  • Grandmothering and the evolution of Homo erectus/
  • J. F. O'Connell
  • K. Hawkes
  • N. G. Blurton Jones
  • 46.
  • Human evolution in the middle Pleistocene : the role of Homo heidelbergensis/
  • G. P. Rightmire
  • p. 396
  • S. Sarmiento
  • A. Rosas
  • J. van der Made
  • M. Lozano
  • p. 405
  • 47.
  • Atapuerca sites and their contributions to the knowledge of human evolution in Europe/
  • J. M. Bermudez de Castro
  • M. Martinon-Torres
  • E. Carbonell
  • p. 421
  • 48.
  • cranium for the earliest Europeans : phylogenetic position of the hominid from Ceprano, Italy/
  • G. Manzi
  • F. Mallegni
  • A. Ascenzi
  • 49.
  • KNM-ER 3884 hominid and the emergence of modern anatomy in Africa/
  • G. Brauer
  • p. 428
  • 50.
  • Dali, a skull of archaic Homo sapiens from China/
  • X. Wu
  • F. E. Poirier
  • p. 432
  • p. 435
  • 51.
  • Body mass and encephalization in Pleistocene Homo/
  • C. B. Ruff
  • E. Trinkaus
  • T. W. Holliday
  • 52.
  • Lower Palaeolithic hunting weapons from Schoningen, Germany - the oldest spears in the world/
  • H. Thieme
  • p. 440
  • 53.
  • Climatic changes, paleogeography, and the evolution of the Neandertals/
  • J.-J. Hublin
  • p. 449
  • 54.
  • accretion model of Neandertal evolution/
  • J. D. Hawks
  • M. H. Wolpoff
  • p. 458
  • H. Krainitzki
  • M. Stoneking
  • S. Paabo
  • p. 470
  • 55.
  • Neandertal DNA sequences and the origin of modern humans/
  • M. Krings
  • A. Stone
  • R. W. Schmitz
  • 56.
  • Cold adaptation, heterochrony, and Neandertals/
  • S. E. Churchill
  • p. 482
  • 57.
  • Neandertal cranial ontogeny and its implications for late hominid diversity/
  • M. S. Ponce de Leon
  • C. P. E. Zollikofer
  • p. 496
  • L. Slimak
  • E. Cregut-Bonnoure
  • p. 503
  • 58.
  • Neandertal cannibalism at Moula-Guercy, Ardeche, France/
  • A. Defleur
  • T. White
  • P. Valensi
  • 59.
  • Modern human origins : progress and prospects/
  • C. B. Stringer
  • p. 512
  • 60.
  • reconsideration of the Omo-Kibish remains and the erectus-sapiens transition/
  • M. H. Day
  • C. B. Stringer
  • p. 528
  • H. Gilbert
  • G. D. Richards
  • G. Suwa
  • F. C. Howell
  • p. 537
  • 61.
  • Pleistocene Homo sapiens from Middle Awash, Ethiopia/
  • T. D. White
  • B. Asfaw
  • D. DeGusta
  • 62.
  • Multiple dispersals and modern human origins/
  • M. M. Lahr
  • R. Foley
  • p. 546
  • 63.
  • Models, predictions, and the fossil record of modern human origins/
  • J. H. Relethford
  • p. 559
  • 64.
  • Fully modern humans/
  • R. G. Klein
  • p. 563
  • 65.
  • big deal about blades : laminar technologies and human evolution/
  • O. Bar-Yosef
  • S. L. Kuhn
  • p. 577
  • M. J. Mehlman
  • K. Stewart
  • p. 591
  • 66.
  • Middle Stone Age worked bone industry from Katanda, Upper Semliki Valley, Zaire/
  • J. E. Yellen
  • A. S. Brooks
  • E. Cornelissen
  • Z. Jacobs
  • C. Tribolo
  • G. A. T. Duller
  • N. Mercier
  • J. C. Sealy
  • 67.
  • H. Valladas
  • I. Watts
  • A. G. Wintle
  • p. 595
  • Emergence of modern human behavior : Middle Stone Age engravings from South Africa/
  • C. S. Henshilwood
  • F. d'Errico
  • R. Yates
  • p. 604
  • 68.
  • Multiregional, not multiple origins/
  • M. H. Wolpoff
  • J. Hawks
  • R. Caspari
  • K. Hunley
  • p. 609
  • 69.
  • Modern human ancestry at the peripheries : a test of the replacement theory/
  • M. H. Wolpoff
  • J. Hawks
  • D. W. Frayer
  • 70.
  • Origins of modern humans still look recent/
  • T. R. Disotell
  • p. 614
  • 71.
  • Out of Africa again and again/
  • A. R. Templeton
  • p. 617
  • 72.
  • Genetics and the making of Homo sapiens/
  • S. B. Carroll
  • p. 626
  • 73.
  • Human colonization of the Americas : timing, technology and process/
  • E. J. Dixon
  • p. 637
  • 74.
  • Human races : a genetic and evolutionary perspective/
  • A. R. Templeton
  • p. 657
  • 75.
  • On stony ground : lithic technology, human evolution and the emergence of culture/
  • R. Foley
  • M. M. Lahr
  • p. 673
Control code
982004063104
Dimensions
28 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xix, 699 p.
Isbn
9780130329813
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Label
The human evolution source book, [edited by] Russell L. Ciochon, John G. Fleagle
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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Content category
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Contents
  • 1.
  • Stratigraphy explained/
  • F. H. Brown
  • J. A. Van Couvering
  • p. 3
  • 2.
  • Cyclostratigraphy/
  • J. A. Van Couvering
  • p. 6
  • 3.
  • Geochronometry : measurement of geologic time/
  • F. H. Brown
  • p. 12
  • 4.
  • Radiocarbon dating/
  • H. P. Schwarcz
  • p. 14
  • 5.
  • Potassium-argon dating/
  • F. H. Brown
  • p. 16
  • 6.
  • Electron spin resonance dating, fission-track dating, thermoluminescence dating, and uranium-series dating/
  • H. P. Schwarcz
  • p. 19
  • 7.
  • Paleomagnetism and human evolution/
  • F. H. Brown
  • p. 24
  • 8.
  • Taphonomy in human evolution/
  • A. Hill
  • p. 27
  • 9.
  • African apes as time machines/
  • R. Wrangham
  • D. Pilbeam
  • p. 33
  • 10.
  • Molecular anthropology and the molecular clock/
  • J. Marks
  • p. 38
  • M. Lyons-Weiler
  • S. Blair Hedges
  • p. 41
  • 11.
  • Human and ape molecular clocks and constraints on paleontological hypotheses/
  • R. L. Stauffer
  • A. Walker
  • O. A. Ryder
  • p. 48
  • 12.
  • Ardipithecus ramidus, a root species for Australopithecus/
  • T. White
  • B. Asfaw
  • G. Suwa
  • P. Mein
  • K. Cheboi
  • Y. Coppens
  • p. 53
  • 13.
  • First hominid from the Miocene (Lukeino formation, Kenya)/
  • B. Senut
  • M. Pickford
  • D. Gommery
  • 14.
  • Late Miocene hominids from the Middle Awash, Ethiopia/
  • Y. Haile-Selassie
  • p. 58
  • H. Taisso Mackaye
  • A. Likius
  • D. Ahounta
  • A. Beauvilain
  • C. Blondel
  • 15.
  • H. Bocherens
  • J.-R. Boisserie
  • L. De Bonis
  • Y. Coppens
  • J. Dejax
  • new hominid from the upper Miocene of Chad, Central Africa/
  • C. Denys
  • P. Duringer
  • V. Eisenmann
  • G. Fanone
  • P. Fronty
  • M. Brunet
  • D. Geraads
  • T. Lehmann
  • F. Lihoreau
  • A. Louchart
  • A. Mahamat
  • G. Merceron
  • G. Mouchelin
  • O. Otero
  • P. Pelaez Campomanes
  • M. Ponce de Leon
  • F. Guy
  • J.-C. Rage
  • M. Sapanet
  • M. Schuster
  • J. Sudre
  • P. Tassy
  • X. Valentin
  • P. Vignaud
  • L. Viriot
  • A. Zazzo
  • C. Zollikofer
  • D. Pilbeam
  • p. 63
  • 16.
  • Australopithecines in review/
  • L. C. Aiello
  • P. Andrews
  • p. 76
  • p. 90
  • 17.
  • new hominid species Australopithecus anamensis/
  • C. Ward
  • M. G. Leakey
  • A. Walker
  • P. N. Gathogo
  • C. Kiarie
  • L. N. Leakey
  • I. McDougall
  • p. 98
  • 18.
  • New hominin genus from Eastern Africa shows diverse Middle Pliocene lineages/
  • M. G. Leakey
  • F. Spoor
  • F. H. Brown
  • 19.
  • Tempo and mode in human evolution/
  • H. M. McHenry
  • p. 108
  • 20.
  • Inferring hominoid and early hominid phylogeny using craniodental characters : the role of fossil taxa/
  • D. S. Strait
  • F. E. Grine
  • p. 115
  • 21.
  • Evolution of human walking/
  • C. O. Lovejoy
  • p. 149
  • 22.
  • Climbing to the top : a personal memoir of Australopithecus afarensis/
  • J. T. Stern, Jr.
  • p. 157
  • G. C. Conroy
  • W. Recheis
  • G. W. Weber
  • H. Seidler
  • p. 176
  • 23.
  • Early hominid brain evolution : a new look at old endocasts/
  • D. Falk
  • J. C. Redmond, Jr.
  • J. Guyer
  • 24.
  • Diet and the evolution of the earliest human ancestors/
  • M. F. Teaford
  • P. S. Ungar
  • p. 189
  • 25.
  • Early hominid evolution and ecological change through the African Plio-Pleistocene/
  • K. E. Reed
  • p. 197
  • 26.
  • history of the genus homo/
  • B. A. Wood
  • p. 222
  • K. E. Reed
  • J. L. Aronson
  • Z. Assefa
  • C. W. Marean
  • G. G. Eck
  • 27.
  • R. Bobe
  • E. Hovers
  • Y. Rak
  • C. Vondra
  • T. Yemane
  • Late Pliocene Homo andOldowan tools from the Hadar formation (Kada Hadar Member), Ethiopia/
  • D. York
  • Y. Chen
  • N. M. Evensen
  • P. E. Smith
  • p. 228
  • W. H. Kimbel
  • R. C. Walter
  • D. C. Johanson
  • R. J. Clarke
  • A. L. Deino
  • R. L. Hay
  • C. C. Swisher
  • I. G. Stanistreet
  • 28.
  • G. M. Ashley
  • L. J. McHenry
  • N. E. Sikes
  • N. J. van der Merwe
  • J. C. Tactikos
  • Late Pliocene Homo and hominid land use from Western Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania/
  • A. E. Cushing
  • D. M. Deocampo
  • J. K. Njau
  • J. I. Ebert
  • p. 235
  • R. J. Blumenschine
  • C. R. Peters
  • F. T. Masao
  • B. Latimer
  • S. Simpson
  • G. Suwa
  • p. 243
  • 29.
  • Australopithecus garhi : a new species of early hominid from Ethiopia/
  • B. Asfaw
  • T. White
  • O. Lovejoy
  • W. Hart
  • P. Renne
  • G. WoldeGabriel
  • Y. Beyene
  • E. Vrba
  • 30.
  • p. 251
  • Environment and behavior of 2.5-million-year-old Bouri hominids/
  • J. de Heinzelin
  • J. D. Clark
  • T. White
  • 31.
  • world's oldest stone artefacts from Gona, Ethiopia : their implications for understanding stone technology and patterns of human evolution between 2.6-1.5 million years ago/
  • S. Semaw
  • p. 256
  • 32.
  • Perspectives on the Nariokotome discovery/
  • A. Walker
  • p. 271
  • W. K. Hart
  • P. R. Renne
  • G. WoldeGabriel
  • E. S. Vrba
  • T. D. White
  • 33.
  • p. 285
  • Remains of Homo erectus from Bouri, Middle Awash, Ethiopia/
  • B. Asfaw
  • W. H. Gilbert
  • Y. Beyene
  • 34.
  • African emergence and early Asian dispersals of the genus Homo/
  • R. Larick
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  • A. Justus
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  • 35.
  • Dmanisi and dispersal/
  • L. Gabunia
  • S. C. Anton
  • D. Lordkipanidze
  • J. Agusti
  • R. Ferring
  • G. Maisuradze
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  • 36.
  • M. Ponce de Leon
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  • M. Tvalchrelidze
  • C. Zollikofer
  • p. 321
  • new skull of early Homo from Dmanisi, Georgia/
  • A. Vekua
  • D. Lordkipanidze
  • G. P. Rightmire
  • A. Iglesias
  • F. Gonzalez
  • p. 327
  • 37.
  • Venta Micena, Barranco Leon-5 and Fuentenueva-3 : three archaeological sites in the early Pleistocene deposits of Orce, South-East Spain/
  • J. Gibert
  • L. Gibert
  • C. Ferrandez-Canyadell
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  • 38.
  • R. P. Shi
  • Y. C. Wang
  • G. H. Shi
  • N. Q. Wu
  • p. 336
  • New evidence on the earliest human presence at high northern latitudes in Northeast Asia/
  • R. X. Zhu
  • R. Potts
  • F. Xle
  • Z. Guo
  • A. Deino
  • W. Wang
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  • 39.
  • W. Huang
  • p. 340
  • Mid-Pleistocene Acheulean-like stone technology of the Bose Basin, South China/
  • Y. Hou
  • R. Potts
  • B. Yuan
  • J. Liu
  • O. Bar-Yosef
  • p. 345
  • 40.
  • Evidence for the use of fire at Zhoukoudian, China/
  • S. Weiner
  • Q. Xu
  • P. Goldberg
  • p. 348
  • 41.
  • Homo erectus and the emergence of Sunda in the Tethys realm : contributions of potassium-based chronology in the Sangiran Dome, Central Java/
  • R. Larick
  • R. L. Ciochon
  • Y. Zaim
  • G. Suwa
  • R. T. Kono
  • T. Jacob
  • p. 357
  • 42.
  • Homo erectus Calvarium from the Pleistocene of Java/
  • H. Baba
  • F. Aziz
  • Y. Kaifu
  • H. P. Schwarcz
  • G. H. Curtis
  • A. Suprijo
  • p. 363
  • 43.
  • Latest Homo erectus of Java : potential contemporaneity with Homo sapiens in Southeast Asia/
  • C. C. Swisher III
  • W. J. Rink
  • S. C. Anton
  • R. P. Soejono
  • E. Wayhu Saptomo
  • Rokus Awe Due
  • p. 368
  • 44.
  • new small-bodied hominin from the late Pleistocene of Flores, Indonesia/
  • P. Brown
  • T. Sutikna
  • M. J. Morwood
  • p. 376
  • 45.
  • Grandmothering and the evolution of Homo erectus/
  • J. F. O'Connell
  • K. Hawkes
  • N. G. Blurton Jones
  • 46.
  • Human evolution in the middle Pleistocene : the role of Homo heidelbergensis/
  • G. P. Rightmire
  • p. 396
  • S. Sarmiento
  • A. Rosas
  • J. van der Made
  • M. Lozano
  • p. 405
  • 47.
  • Atapuerca sites and their contributions to the knowledge of human evolution in Europe/
  • J. M. Bermudez de Castro
  • M. Martinon-Torres
  • E. Carbonell
  • p. 421
  • 48.
  • cranium for the earliest Europeans : phylogenetic position of the hominid from Ceprano, Italy/
  • G. Manzi
  • F. Mallegni
  • A. Ascenzi
  • 49.
  • KNM-ER 3884 hominid and the emergence of modern anatomy in Africa/
  • G. Brauer
  • p. 428
  • 50.
  • Dali, a skull of archaic Homo sapiens from China/
  • X. Wu
  • F. E. Poirier
  • p. 432
  • p. 435
  • 51.
  • Body mass and encephalization in Pleistocene Homo/
  • C. B. Ruff
  • E. Trinkaus
  • T. W. Holliday
  • 52.
  • Lower Palaeolithic hunting weapons from Schoningen, Germany - the oldest spears in the world/
  • H. Thieme
  • p. 440
  • 53.
  • Climatic changes, paleogeography, and the evolution of the Neandertals/
  • J.-J. Hublin
  • p. 449
  • 54.
  • accretion model of Neandertal evolution/
  • J. D. Hawks
  • M. H. Wolpoff
  • p. 458
  • H. Krainitzki
  • M. Stoneking
  • S. Paabo
  • p. 470
  • 55.
  • Neandertal DNA sequences and the origin of modern humans/
  • M. Krings
  • A. Stone
  • R. W. Schmitz
  • 56.
  • Cold adaptation, heterochrony, and Neandertals/
  • S. E. Churchill
  • p. 482
  • 57.
  • Neandertal cranial ontogeny and its implications for late hominid diversity/
  • M. S. Ponce de Leon
  • C. P. E. Zollikofer
  • p. 496
  • L. Slimak
  • E. Cregut-Bonnoure
  • p. 503
  • 58.
  • Neandertal cannibalism at Moula-Guercy, Ardeche, France/
  • A. Defleur
  • T. White
  • P. Valensi
  • 59.
  • Modern human origins : progress and prospects/
  • C. B. Stringer
  • p. 512
  • 60.
  • reconsideration of the Omo-Kibish remains and the erectus-sapiens transition/
  • M. H. Day
  • C. B. Stringer
  • p. 528
  • H. Gilbert
  • G. D. Richards
  • G. Suwa
  • F. C. Howell
  • p. 537
  • 61.
  • Pleistocene Homo sapiens from Middle Awash, Ethiopia/
  • T. D. White
  • B. Asfaw
  • D. DeGusta
  • 62.
  • Multiple dispersals and modern human origins/
  • M. M. Lahr
  • R. Foley
  • p. 546
  • 63.
  • Models, predictions, and the fossil record of modern human origins/
  • J. H. Relethford
  • p. 559
  • 64.
  • Fully modern humans/
  • R. G. Klein
  • p. 563
  • 65.
  • big deal about blades : laminar technologies and human evolution/
  • O. Bar-Yosef
  • S. L. Kuhn
  • p. 577
  • M. J. Mehlman
  • K. Stewart
  • p. 591
  • 66.
  • Middle Stone Age worked bone industry from Katanda, Upper Semliki Valley, Zaire/
  • J. E. Yellen
  • A. S. Brooks
  • E. Cornelissen
  • Z. Jacobs
  • C. Tribolo
  • G. A. T. Duller
  • N. Mercier
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  • 67.
  • H. Valladas
  • I. Watts
  • A. G. Wintle
  • p. 595
  • Emergence of modern human behavior : Middle Stone Age engravings from South Africa/
  • C. S. Henshilwood
  • F. d'Errico
  • R. Yates
  • p. 604
  • 68.
  • Multiregional, not multiple origins/
  • M. H. Wolpoff
  • J. Hawks
  • R. Caspari
  • K. Hunley
  • p. 609
  • 69.
  • Modern human ancestry at the peripheries : a test of the replacement theory/
  • M. H. Wolpoff
  • J. Hawks
  • D. W. Frayer
  • 70.
  • Origins of modern humans still look recent/
  • T. R. Disotell
  • p. 614
  • 71.
  • Out of Africa again and again/
  • A. R. Templeton
  • p. 617
  • 72.
  • Genetics and the making of Homo sapiens/
  • S. B. Carroll
  • p. 626
  • 73.
  • Human colonization of the Americas : timing, technology and process/
  • E. J. Dixon
  • p. 637
  • 74.
  • Human races : a genetic and evolutionary perspective/
  • A. R. Templeton
  • p. 657
  • 75.
  • On stony ground : lithic technology, human evolution and the emergence of culture/
  • R. Foley
  • M. M. Lahr
  • p. 673
Control code
982004063104
Dimensions
28 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xix, 699 p.
Isbn
9780130329813
Lccn
2004063104
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill., maps

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