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Bovid mortality patterns from Kanjera South, Homa Peninsula, Kenya and FLK-Zinj, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania: Evidence for habitat mediated variability in Oldowan\u00a0\u2026<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

JS Oliver, TW Plummer, F Hertel, LC Bishop\u00a0– Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 from hominin brain and body enlargement, cognitive abilities, and dietary evolution, to range expansion and migration out of Africa<\/strong> (eg, Aiello\u00a0\u2026 A recent analysis of FLK-Zinj bovid age<\/strong> frequencies indicated hominins practiced\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

A Fossil History of Southern African Land Mammals<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

DM Avery – 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 that palaeontological work began in earnest (eg Broom 1909a, 1909b and P\u00e9ringuey 1911) published seminal works on the Stone<\/strong> Ages of\u00a0\u2026 algeriensis is of Oligocene rather than Eocene age<\/strong>, it would be the first material of this age<\/strong> recovered from southern Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Expanded character sampling underscores phylogenetic stability of Ardipithecus ramidus as a basal hominin<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

CS Mongle, DS Strait, FE Grine\u00a0– Journal of Human Evolution<\/strong>,<\/em> 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. Elsevier. Journal of Human<\/strong> Evolution<\/strong>. Volume 131, June 2019, Pages 28-39. Journal of Human<\/strong> Evolution<\/strong>. Expanded character sampling underscores phylogenetic stability\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Aquatic biomarkers record Pleistocene environmental changes at Paleolake Olduvai, Tanzania<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

DE Colcord, AM Shilling, KH Freeman, JK Njau\u2026\u00a0– Palaeogeography\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 document the detailed history of changes in climate and environment throughout East Africa<\/strong> on timescales\u00a0\u2026 Colcord et al., 2018) for the ~10 m interval based on linear age<\/strong>-depth interpolation\u00a0\u2026 sites is the DK occupation site, where\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Thermal curved-fragments: A method for identifying anthropogenic fire in the archaeological record<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Russell B. Cutts, Sarah Hlubik, Ross Campbell, … J. W. K. Harris. (2019). Journal of Archaeological Science<\/em>, Volume 106, Pages 10-22.<\/span><\/p>\n

Microstratigraphic reconstruction of formation processes and paleoenvironments at the Early Pleistocene Cornelia-Uitzoek hominin site, Free State Province, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Michael B. Toffolo, James S. Brink, Francesco Berna. (2019). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports,<\/em> Volume 25, Pages 25-39.<\/span><\/p>\n

Saharan green corridors and Middle Pleistocene hominin dispersals across the Eastern Desert, Sudan<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Miros\u0142aw Masoj\u0107, Ahmed Nassr, Ju Yong Kim, … Axel Timmermann. (2019). Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, Volume 130, Pages 141-150.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Springs, palm groves, and the record of early hominins in Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Doris Barboni, Gail M. Ashley, Benjamin Bourel, … Jean-Charles Mazur. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. In Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available online 8 April 2019.<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n

Reconstructing past biomes states using machine learning and modern pollen assemblages: A case study from Southern Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Magdalena K. Sobol, Louis Scott, Sarah A. Finkelstein. (2019). Quaternary Science Reviews<\/em>, Volume 212, Pages 1-17.<\/span><\/p>\n

First metatarsal trabecular bone structure in extant hominoids and Swartkrans hominins<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Klara Komza, Matthew M. Skinner. (2019). Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, Volume 131, Pages 1-21.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Color Me Heated? A Comparison of Potential Methods to Quantify Color Change in Thermally-Altered Rocks<\/a> <\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Bentsen, S.E., Wurz, S. (2019). Journal of Field Archaeology<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Squeezing Minds From Stones: Cognitive Archaeology and the Evolution of the Human Mind<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

KA Overmann, FL Coolidge. (2019)
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[HTML]\u00a0A dispersal of Homo sapiens from southern to eastern Africa immediately preceded the out-of-Africa migration<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

T Rito, D Vieira, M Silva, E Conde-Sousa, L Pereira\u2026\u00a0– Scientific Reports,<\/em> 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 The first episodes of Middle Stone Age (MSA) genetic exchange between areas detected at the mtDNA level are the emergence of the L2 branch in central\/western Africa<\/strong> derived from the deeper eastern African<\/strong> L2\u20326\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

The alpha taxonomy of Australopithecus at Sterkfontein: The postcranial evidence<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

FE Grine\u00a0– Comptes Rendus Palevol<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Comptes Rendus Palevol. Human Palaeontology and Prehistory (Palaeoanthropology<\/strong>). The alpha taxonomy of Australopithecus at Sterkfontein: The postcranial evidenceLa taxonomie alpha d’Australopithecus \u00e0 Sterkfontein : le registre postcr\u00e2nien\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Reconnaissance of Prehistoric Sites in the Red Sea Coastal Region of the Sudan, NE Africa<\/a> <\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Beyin, A., Chauhan, P.R., Nassr, A. (2019). Journal of Field Archaeology<\/em>.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Mandibular molar root and pulp cavity morphology in Homo naledi and other Plio-Pleistocene hominins<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Kornelius Kupczik, Lucas K. Delezene, Matthew M. Skinner. (2019). Journal of Human Evolution,<\/em> Volume 130, Pages 83-95.<\/span><\/p>\n

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Brain size growth in Australopithecus<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

Z Cofran\u00a0– Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Previous assessments of endocranial size have noted that fossils of australopith infants and juveniles have proportional sizes within African<\/strong> ape ranges (Alemseged et al., 2006, Zollikofer and Ponce de Le\u00f3n, 2013). According to Alemseged et al\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[PDF]\u00a0Personal Ornaments in Early Prehistory A Review of Shells as Personal Ornamentation during the African Middle Stone Age<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

TE STEELE, E \u00c1LVAREZ-FERN\u00c1NDEZ\u2026\u00a0– PaleoAnthropology<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 A number of Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> (MSA) assemblages in northern Africa<\/strong>, as well as a few in South Africa<\/strong> and the eastern Mediterranean, preserve small mollusk shells, most notably estuarine and marine members of the sub\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Old stones’ song\u2014second verse: use-wear analysis of rhyolite and fenetized andesite artifacts from the Oldowan lithic industry of Kanjera South, Kenya<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

C Lemorini, LC Bishop, TW Plummer, DR Braun\u2026\u00a0– Archaeological and\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Data assembled so far suggest that tools fashioned from non-local and local stone<\/strong> were, with one possible exception, used to process\u00a0\u2026 and the suid Metridiochoerus andrewsi suggest a minimum age<\/strong> of 1.7 Ma for the sediments\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Palynology of Middle Stone Age spring deposits in grassland at the Florisbad hominin site, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

L. Scott, A. C. van Aardt, J. S. Brink, … J. S. Carri\u00f3n. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology<\/em>, In Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available online 15 March 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

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Technological Origins: Primate Perspectives and Early Hominin Tool Use in Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

S Carvalho, M Beardmore-Herd\u00a0– Oxford Research Encyclopedia of African History,<\/em> 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Subscriber: Google Scholar Indexing; date: 13 March 2019. Technological Origins: Primate Perspectives and Early Hominin Tool Use in Africa<\/strong>. Summary and Keywords. The origin of technology is believed to have marked a major adaptive shift in human<\/strong> evolution<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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The Transition from Hunting\u2013Gathering to Food Production in the Gamo Highlands of Southern Ethiopia<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

JW Arthur, MC Curtis, KJW Arthur, M Coltorti\u2026\u00a0– African Archaeological\u00a0\u2026,<\/em> 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 mode de vie agropastoral. Keywords Ethiopia . Gamo . Later Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> . Cave archaeology . Hunter and gatherer . Food production Archaeological Identification of Food Production in the Horn of Africa<\/strong> The Horn of Africa<\/strong> has\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Efficacy of diffeomorphic surface matching and 3D geometric morphometrics for taxonomic discrimination of Early Pleistocene hominin mandibular molars<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

J Braga, V Zimmer, J Dumoncel, C Samir, F de Beer\u2026\u00a0– Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 et al., 2016) and, owing to its relative success, has come to represent the current mainstream 3D approach to dental paleoanthropology<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026 of Durrleman et al., 2012, Durrleman et al., 2014 to investigate mandibular molar shape\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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A functional investigation of southern Cape Later Stone Age artefacts resembling aerophones<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Joshua Kumbani, Justin Bradfield, Neil Rusch, Sarah Wurz. (2019). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports,<\/em> Volume 24, Pages 693-711.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Comparative analysis of Middle Stone Age artifacts in Africa (CoMSAfrica).<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

M Will, C Tryon, M Shaw, EML Scerri, K Ranhorn\u2026\u00a0– Evolutionary anthropology<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 (11)Department of Genetics and Evolution<\/strong>, Anthropology Unit, Archaeology and Population in Africa<\/strong>, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland. (12)Center for the Advanced Study of Human<\/strong> Paleobiology, Department of Anthropology, George Washington University\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

A probable genetic origin for pitting enamel hypoplasia on the molars of Paranthropus robustus<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

I Towle, JD Irish\u00a0– Journal of Human Evolution<\/strong><\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. Elsevier. Journal of Human<\/strong> Evolution<\/strong>. Volume 129, April 2019, Pages 54-61. Journal of Human<\/strong> Evolution<\/strong>. A probable genetic origin for pitting enamel hypoplasia on the molars of Paranthropus robustus\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Palaeoenvironments and plant availability during MIS 6 to MIS 3 on the edge of the Palaeo-Agulhas Plain (south coast, South Africa) as indicated by phytolith analysis at Pinnacle Point<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Irene Esteban, Curtis W. Marean, Richard M. Cowling, … Rosa M. Albert. Quaternary Science Reviews<\/em>, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 1 March 2019.<\/span><\/p>\n

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Combined US-ESR dating of fossil teeth from El Harhoura 2 cave (Morocco): New data about the end of the MSA in Temara region<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

EB Arous, C Falgueres, O Tombret, MA El Hajraoui\u2026\u00a0– Quaternary International<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 During the last decades, research in Northwestern Africa<\/strong> has greatly improved the chronology of the North Africa<\/strong> Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> (Barton et al., 2009, 2015; Dibble et al., 2012; Doerschner et al., 2016; El Hajraoui\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Hominin Paleoecology Shifts Tracked by Carbon isotopes through the Plio-Pleistocene (Invited Paper 431048)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

J Lee-Thorp\u00a0– AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts,<\/em> 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 0439 Ecosystems, structure and dynamics, BIOGEOSCIENCESDE: 1041 Stable isotope geochemistry, GEOCHEMISTRYDE: 1105 Quaternary <\/strong>geochronology, GEOCHRONOLOGYDE\u00a0\u2026 new insights to the dietary ecology\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Human evolution <\/strong>and climate change: What can we learn from the 0-630 kyrs BP paleoclimate record from the Chew Bahir basin in eastern Africa<\/strong>?<\/a><\/span><\/span><\/h3>\n

W Duesing, MH Trauth, J Thom Jr, F Schaebitz\u2026\u00a0– AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

Numerous authors have developed hypotheses linking climate, the environment and\u00a0 human evolution<\/strong>, expansion and technological innovation in eastern Africa <\/strong>(eg, Potts, 2013, Potts et al. 2018; Maslin et al., 2015). The Chew Bahir Drilling Project\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Paleoclimate on the South African south coast during major steps of modern human evolution reconstructed using speleothem stable isotope records<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

K Braun, M Bar-Matthews, A Matthews, A Ayalon\u2026\u00a0– AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Jerusalem, Israel ), AE(African Centre for Coastal Palaeosciences, Nelson<\/span>
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Early Pleistocene Millennial-Scale Hydroclimate Fluctuation in Kenya with Implications for Hominin Evolution<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

R Lupien, JM Russell, C Beck, CS Feibel, AS Cohen\u00a0– AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Our hominin ancestors in East Africa<\/strong> responded to dramatic oscillations<\/span>
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The role of environmental instability in the transition from Acheulean to Middle Stone Age hominin adaptations: Evidence from Olorgesailie, southern Kenya rift<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

R Potts, AK Behrensmeyer, AL Deino\u00a0– AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 limited resource use, and its replacement by smaller-sized tools and spatially expanded resource use evident in the Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> (MSA) reflect a critical transition in African hominin behavior. The oldest securely dated evidence\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Using isotopes to reconstruct ancient climates during the Middle Stone Age in the lowlands of Northwestern Ethiopia<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

NJ Tabor, L Wyman, LC Todd, JW Kappelman\u00a0– AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 The origin of modern Homo sapiens in Africa<\/strong>, its dispersal out of Africa<\/strong>, the development and refinement of stone<\/strong> tool manufacturing and use, expansion of dietary breadth, and increase in the intensity of foraging\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

High-resolution XRF-scanning records from the Hominin Sites and Paleolakes Drilling Project (HSPDP): Plio\/Pleistocene hydroclimate variability in East Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

\u2026, OR Bernhart, J Kingston, J Scott, M Sier, J Stone<\/strong>\u2026\u00a0– AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

Drill cores from key paleoanthropological and paleontological localities in East Africa\u00a0 provide opportunities to investigate Plio\/Pleistocene paleoenvironmental changes as\u00a0 related to hominin and faunal evolution. Continuous X-Ray Fluorescence scanning\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

A multi-proxy approach to understanding Late Pleistocene Eastern African paleoenvironments at archaeological sites in Kenya and Tanzania<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

CA Tryon, JE Lewis, KL Ranhorn, EM Niespolo\u2026\u00a0– AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts,<\/em> 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Efforts to reconstruct the environmental context of human origins in eastern Africa<\/strong> often target deep lakes with high-resolution\u00a0\u2026 in inferred\u00a0 paleoenvironments, both sites show a similar pattern of intensive\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t