Journal of Human Evolution
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Consistent C 3 plant habitat of hominins during 400–300 ka at the Longyadong Cave site (Luonan Basin, central China) revealed by stable carbon isotope analyses of loess deposits.
Evolution and dispersal of the genus Homo: a landscape approach.
Clarifying the context, dating and age range of the Gondolin hominins and Paranthropus in South Africa.
First hominine remains from a ∼1.0 million year old bone bed at Cornelia-Uitzoek, Free State Province, South Africa.
Ages for hominin occupation in Lushi Basin, middle of South Luo River, central China.
Palaeomagnetic analysis of the Sterkfontein palaeocave deposits: Implications for the age of the hominin fossils and stone tool industries.
Initial fossil discoveries from Hoogland, a new Pliocene primate-bearing karstic system in Gauteng Province, South Africa.
Multidimensional GIS modeling of magnetic mineralogy as a proxy for fire use and spatial patterning: Evidence from the Middle Stone Age bearing sea cave of Pinnacle Point 13B (Western Cape, South Africa).
The stratigraphy of the Middle Stone Age sediments at Pinnacle Point Cave 13B (Mossel Bay, Western Cape Province, South Africa).
Orbital forcing and the spread of C4 grasses in the late Neogene: stable isotope evidence from South African speleothems.
Speleology and magnetobiostratigraphic chronology of the GD 2 locality of the Gondolin hominin-bearing paleocave deposits, North West Province, South Africa.
The thermal history of human fossils and the likelihood of successful DNA amplification.
The implications of time-averaging for reconstructing the land-use patterns of early tool-using hominids.
The first stone artefacts to be found in situ within the Plio-Pleistocene Chiwondo Beds in northern Malawi.
Palaeoecology and prehistory in New Guinea.
Topological classification and genetical studies of dermatoglyphic patterns.
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