X
Search Filters
Format Format
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
paleoanthropological site (35) 35
anthropology (17) 17
archaeology (16) 16
geosciences, multidisciplinary (15) 15
animals (14) 14
fossils (13) 13
analysis (12) 12
evolutionary biology (12) 12
geography, physical (12) 12
humans (11) 11
pleistocene (11) 11
index medicus (10) 10
paleontology (10) 10
china (9) 9
fossil hominids (9) 9
hominidae - anatomy & histology (9) 9
human evolution (9) 9
teeth (9) 9
biological evolution (8) 8
middle pleistocene (8) 8
homo erectus (7) 7
multidisciplinary sciences (7) 7
research (7) 7
age (6) 6
archaeology and prehistory (6) 6
cave (6) 6
chronology (6) 6
evolution (6) 6
geology (6) 6
gran dolina (6) 6
homo-erectus (6) 6
humanities and social sciences (6) 6
tooth enamel (6) 6
u-series (6) 6
atapuerca (5) 5
esr (5) 5
fossil teeth (5) 5
hominids (5) 5
homo (5) 5
paleoanthropological implications (5) 5
paleoanthropology (5) 5
raw materials (5) 5
spain (5) 5
dandiero basin (4) 4
early pleistocene (4) 4
electron-spin-resonance (4) 4
human occupation (4) 4
pithecanthropus erectus (4) 4
research article (4) 4
sima (4) 4
skull - anatomy & histology (4) 4
stratigraphic context (4) 4
afar depression (3) 3
africa (3) 3
alat formation (3) 3
asia (3) 3
basins (3) 3
brain evolution (3) 3
buia eritrea (3) 3
earth sciences (3) 3
east africa (3) 3
ethiopia (3) 3
excavations (3) 3
geomorphology (3) 3
hexian (3) 3
human remains (3) 3
human-evolution (3) 3
indonesia (3) 3
java (3) 3
lithic (3) 3
modern humans (3) 3
neanderthals (3) 3
paleoanthropological research (3) 3
paleoenvironments (3) 3
pliopleistocene tephra (3) 3
sierra-de-atapuerca (3) 3
skull (3) 3
[shs.archeo]humanities and social sciences/archaeology and prehistory (2) 2
accumulation (2) 2
artifacts (2) 2
australopithecines (2) 2
biology (2) 2
biology and life sciences (2) 2
bivariate approach (2) 2
brain (2) 2
brain - anatomy & histology (2) 2
burgos (2) 2
cape-province (2) 2
carbonates (2) 2
caves (2) 2
chemistry/food science, general (2) 2
danakil depression (2) 2
dates (2) 2
deciduous molars (2) 2
discovery and exploration (2) 2
early-middle pleistocene (2) 2
early-modern humans (2) 2
earth sciences, general (2) 2
ecosystem (2) 2
enamel thickness (2) 2
more...
Language Language
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


Quaternary International, ISSN 1040-6182, 03/2015, Volume 361, pp. 21 - 33
The presence of some flaked flakes at the Mode 1 site of Fuente Nueva 3 (1.2 Ma) poses the problem of the use and re-use of flakes as cores for obtaining... 
Orce | Cores | Oldowan | Stone tools | Mode 1 | Flakes | RAW-MATERIAL SELECTIVITY | MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | PALEOANTHROPOLOGICAL SITE | PLEISTOCENE-ARCHAEOLOGICAL-SITE | GUADIX-BAZA BASIN | HUMAN OCCUPATION | SIMA DEL ELEFANTE | LITHIC INDUSTRY | GRAN DOLINA | Usage | Raw materials | Tool industry
Journal Article
Quaternary International, ISSN 1040-6182, 05/2016, Volume 400, pp. 195 - 201
Coupled ESR and U-series analyses of mammalian fossil teeth were carried out on two localities of Yiyuan hominin site (Locality 1 and 3) in northern China. The... 
ESR/U-series dating | Homo erectus | Fossil teeth | Yiyuan | SOUTHERN CHINA | CHRONOLOGY | HUBEI PROVINCE | CAVE | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | TOOTH ENAMEL | SETTLEMENTS | PALEOANTHROPOLOGICAL SITE | SHAANXI PROVINCE | MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE HOMININ | AGE | Nuclear energy | Fossil hominids | Earthquakes | Analysis | Paleontology
Journal Article
Quaternary International, ISSN 1040-6182, 2010, Volume 223, pp. 293 - 298
For a long time, the establishment of the chronology of Acheulian settlements in Western Europe was restrained by the lack of reliable dating methods. During... 
ELECTRON-SPIN-RESONANCE | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | TOOTH ENAMEL | ATAPUERCA | CENTER REGION | LOIRE RIVER | PALEOANTHROPOLOGICAL SITE | DATES | MIDDLE PLEISTOCENE | U-SERIES | FRANCE | Humanities and Social Sciences | Archaeology and Prehistory
Journal Article
Geology, ISSN 0091-7613, 2001, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp. 27 - 30
Mass spectrometric U-series dating of speleothems from Tangshan Cave, combined with ecological and paleoclimatic evidence, indicates that Nanjing Man, a... 
H. erectus | U-series | Speleothem | Tooth | TIMS | GEOLOGY | ESR | speleothem | PALEOANTHROPOLOGICAL SITE | HOMO-ERECTUS | TEETH | DATES | AGES | tooth | Physiological aspects | Teeth, Fossil | Pithecanthropus erectus | Prehistoric peoples
Journal Article
ANTHROPOLOGIE, ISSN 0003-5521, 07/2017, Volume 121, Issue 3, pp. 215 - 233
Since the beginning of the 2000s, studies concerning the chronology of the first human settlements in China were conducted by electron spin resonance (ESR) on... 
SOUTHERN CHINA | Geochronology | Lower and Middle Palaeolithic | ELECTRON-SPIN-RESONANCE | FOSSIL TEETH | Lower and Middle Pleistocene | NIHEWAN BASIN | NORTH CHINA | ESR dating | TOOTH ENAMEL | China | ESR/U-series dating | HOMO-ERECTUS | PALEOANTHROPOLOGICAL SITE | HOMINID SITE | ANTHROPOLOGY | U-SERIES
Journal Article
Quaternary International, ISSN 1040-6182, 03/2017, Volume 433, pp. 402 - 414
It has been repeatedly proposed that the human presence in Europe during the late Early and the early Middle Pleistocene was conditioned, among other factors,... 
Sierra de Atapuerca | Trophic resources | Macrommamals | Competition intensity | Human discontinuity | MEGANTEREON-WHITEI BROOM | GALERIA SITE | BODY-SIZE | RESOURCE AVAILABILITY | FAUNAL ASSEMBLAGES | EUROPE | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | PREDATOR-PREY RELATIONSHIPS | PALEOANTHROPOLOGICAL SITE | BURGOS | GRAN DOLINA
Journal Article
Journal of Maps, ISSN 1744-5647, 01/2014, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 126 - 135
The Dandiero Basin is located on the northern part of the 300 km-long Danakil depression. The geologic succession filling the Dandiero Basin is up to 1000 m... 
Danakil Depression Eritrea | facies analysis | Homo | Buya | Pleistocene | CONTEXT | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | ALAT FORMATION | AFAR DEPRESSION | DEPOSITS | PALEOANTHROPOLOGICAL SITE | SYSTEMATICS | PALEOENVIRONMENTS | BUIA ERITREA | GEOGRAPHY
Journal Article
Journal of Human Evolution, ISSN 0047-2484, 07/2019, Volume 132, pp. 80 - 100
Stable carbon isotope studies suggest that early hominins may have diversified their diet as early as 3.76 Ma. Early Pliocene hominins, including , had diets... 
Mammal | Australopithecus | Suid | Paleodiet | Kanapoi | Pig | MOLAR MICROWEAR | SHUNGURA FORMATION | AUSTRALOPITHECUS-AFARENSIS | MILLE CENTRAL AFAR | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | TOOTH ENAMEL | FEEDING ECOLOGY | PALEOANTHROPOLOGICAL SITE | UNGULATE MAMMALS | STABLE CARBON ISOTOPES | ALLIA BAY | ANTHROPOLOGY | Human evolution | Archaeology | Fossil hominids