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A Companion to Paleoanthropology presents a compendium of readings from leading scholars in the field that define our current knowledge of the major discoveries and developments in human origins and human evolution, tracing the fossil record from primate and hominid origins to the dispersal of modern humans across the globe. Represents an accessible state-of-the-art summary of the entire field of paleoanthropology, with an overview of hominid taxonomy Features articles on the key discoveries in ape and human evolution, in cranial, postcranial and brain evolution, growth and development Surveys the breadth of the paleontological record from primate origins to modern humans Highlights the unique methods and techniques of paleoanthropology, including dating and ecological methods, and use of living primate date to reconstruct behavior in fossil apes and humansContents 1. Introduction David R. Begun 2. History Matthew R. Goodrum Part I. Background to Paleoanthropology Section 1. Method and theory 3. Human Systematics David S. Strait 4. Experimental Approaches to Musculoskeletal Function Matthew J. Ravosa, Kimberly A. Congdon and Rachel A. Menegaz 5. Multivariate Quantitative Methods in Paleoanthropology Michael A. Schillaci and Philipp Gunz 6. Growth, Development and Life History in Hominin Evolution Jay Kelley and Debra Bolter Section 2. Anatomical regions 7. Cranial Evolution in the Apes Brian T. Shea 8. Hominid Brain Evolution Thomas Schoenemann 9. Hominin diets Peter S. Ungar and Matt Sponheimer 10. Origin and Evolution of Human Postcranial Anatomy Brian G. Richmond and Kevin G. Hatala Section 3. Environment and behavior 11. Multiproxy Paleoecology. Reconstructing evolutionary context in paleoanthropology Kaye E. Reed 12. Reconstructing Social Behavior from Fossil Evidence J. Michael Plavcan 13. Geochronology Alan L. Deino 14. The Origins and Evolution of Technology Kathy Schick and Nicholas Toth Section 4. Genetics and race 15. Genetic perspectives on ape and human evolution Todd R. Disotell 16. The Genetics of Morphology Richard J. Sherwood and Dana L. Duren 17. Paleoanthropology and Race Milford H. Wolpoff and Rachel Caspari Part II. The fossil record Section 5. Paleogene primates 18. Primate Origins Mary T. Silcox 19. Anthropoid Origins K. Christopher Beard 20. Catarrhine origins Terry Harrison Section 6. Neogene/Quaternary hominoids 21. The Miocene Hominoid Radiations David R. Begun 22. Before Australopithecus. The Earliest Hominins Scott W. Simpson 23. Australopithecus and Kenyanthropus Carol V. Ward and Ashley S. Hammond 24. Paranthropus Bernard Wood and Kes Schroer Section 7. The age of Homo 25. Earliest Homo Friedemann Schrenk 26. Homo erectus and related taxa Susan C. Anton 27. The Middle Pleistocene Record. On the Ancestry of Neandertals, Modern Humans and Others Jean-Jacques Hublin 28. Neanderthals Katerina Harvati 29. Modern human origins Mark Collard and Mana Dembo 30. Homo floresiensis William L. Jungers


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Tytuł: A Companion to Paleoanthropology
Producent: Blackwell Science
ISBN: 9781444331165
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 648
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Waga: 1.17 kg


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A Companion to Paleoanthropology

A Companion to Paleoanthropology presents a compendium of readings from leading scholars in the field that define our current knowledge of the major discoveries and developments in human origins and human evolution, tracing the fossil record from primate and hominid origins to the dispersal of modern humans across the globe. Represents an accessible state-of-the-art summary of the entire field of paleoanthropology, with an overview of hominid taxonomy Features articles on the key discoveries in ape and human evolution, in cranial, postcranial and brain evolution, growth and development Surveys the breadth of the paleontological record from primate origins to modern humans Highlights the unique methods and techniques of paleoanthropology, including dating and ecological methods, and use of living primate date to reconstruct behavior in fossil apes and humansContents 1. Introduction David R. Begun 2. History Matthew R. Goodrum Part I. Background to Paleoanthropology Section 1. Method and theory 3. Human Systematics David S. Strait 4. Experimental Approaches to Musculoskeletal Function Matthew J. Ravosa, Kimberly A. Congdon and Rachel A. Menegaz 5. Multivariate Quantitative Methods in Paleoanthropology Michael A. Schillaci and Philipp Gunz 6. Growth, Development and Life History in Hominin Evolution Jay Kelley and Debra Bolter Section 2. Anatomical regions 7. Cranial Evolution in the Apes Brian T. Shea 8. Hominid Brain Evolution Thomas Schoenemann 9. Hominin diets Peter S. Ungar and Matt Sponheimer 10. Origin and Evolution of Human Postcranial Anatomy Brian G. Richmond and Kevin G. Hatala Section 3. Environment and behavior 11. Multiproxy Paleoecology. Reconstructing evolutionary context in paleoanthropology Kaye E. Reed 12. Reconstructing Social Behavior from Fossil Evidence J. Michael Plavcan 13. Geochronology Alan L. Deino 14. The Origins and Evolution of Technology Kathy Schick and Nicholas Toth Section 4. Genetics and race 15. Genetic perspectives on ape and human evolution Todd R. Disotell 16. The Genetics of Morphology Richard J. Sherwood and Dana L. Duren 17. Paleoanthropology and Race Milford H. Wolpoff and Rachel Caspari Part II. The fossil record Section 5. Paleogene primates 18. Primate Origins Mary T. Silcox 19. Anthropoid Origins K. Christopher Beard 20. Catarrhine origins Terry Harrison Section 6. Neogene/Quaternary hominoids 21. The Miocene Hominoid Radiations David R. Begun 22. Before Australopithecus. The Earliest Hominins Scott W. Simpson 23. Australopithecus and Kenyanthropus Carol V. Ward and Ashley S. Hammond 24. Paranthropus Bernard Wood and Kes Schroer Section 7. The age of Homo 25. Earliest Homo Friedemann Schrenk 26. Homo erectus and related taxa Susan C. Anton 27. The Middle Pleistocene Record. On the Ancestry of Neandertals, Modern Humans and Others Jean-Jacques Hublin 28. Neanderthals Katerina Harvati 29. Modern human origins Mark Collard and Mana Dembo 30. Homo floresiensis William L. Jungers

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Tytuł: A Companion to Paleoanthropology
Producent: Blackwell Science
ISBN: 9781444331165
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