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13 Hanihara, T., and Ishida, H.2005.Metric Dental variation of major human populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128: 287-298.

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15 Pope, G.G. 1983. Evidence on the age of the Asian hominidae. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci) 80(16):4988-4992

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18 Irish, J.D., and Guatelli-Steinberg, D. 2003. Ancient teeth and modern human origins: An expanded comparison of African Plio-Pleistocene and recent world dental samples. Journal of Human Evolution 45: 113–144.

19: Westaway, K.E., M.J. Morwood, R.G. Roberts, A.D. Rokus, J.-x. Zhao, P. Storm, F. Aziz, G. van den Bergh, P. Hadi, Jatmiko and J. de Vos. 2007. Age and biostratigraphic significance of the Punung Rainforest Fauna, East Java, Indonesia, and implications for Pongo and Homo. Journal of Human Evolution 53: 709-717.

22: Dabbie Guatelli-Steinberg & Joel D.Irish. 2005. Brief communication: Early hominin variability in first molar dental trait frequencies. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128, p.477-484

25: Tsai, P.L., J.W. Hsu, L.M. Lin, K.M. Liu. 1996. Logistic analysis of the effect of shovel trait on Carabelli’s traits in a Mongoloid population. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 100, pp.523-530

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28: Hsu, J.W, Tsai, P.L, Chang, H.P., Lin, L.M., Liu, K.M., Yu, H.S, and Ferguson, D. 1999. Ethnic dental analysis of shovel and Carabelli’s traits in a Chinese population. Australian Dental Journal 44(1):40-45.

29: Susan C.Anton, Carl C.Swisher III. 2004. Early dispersals of Homo from Africa. Annual Review of Anthropology 33, pp.271-296

30: Kaifu, Yousuke, Fachroel Aziz, Hisao Baba. 2005. Hominid mandibular remains from Sangiran: 1952-1986. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128, pp.497-519

31: Kaifu, Y., Hisao Baba, Fachroel Aziz, Etty Indriati, Friedemann Schrenk, Teuku Jacob. 2005. Taxonomic Affinities and Evolutionary History of the Early Pleistocene Hominids of Java: Dentognathic Evidence. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 128, pp.709–726

32: Bermúdez de Castro, J.M., M.Elena Nicolas. 1995. Posterior Dental Size Reduction in Hominids: The Atapuerca Evidence. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 96, pp. 335-356

33: R.N.Holdaway, C.Jacomb. 2000. Rapid extinction of the Moas (Aves: Dinornithiformes): model, test, and implications. Science 287: 2250-2254.

36 Storm, P., Aziz, F., de Vos, J., Kosasih, D., Baskoro, S., Ngaliman, Ostende, L.W. van den Hoek. 2005. Late Pleistocene Homo sapiens in a tropical rainforest fauna in East Java. Journal of Human Evolution 49:536-545

38: Hansjűrgen Műller-Beck. 1998. The archaeology of the Pleis-Holo transition: questions, evidences & the early universal history of women & men. Quaternary International vol.49/50; pp.3-11

40: Peter S.Ungar, Frederick E.Grine, Mark F.Teaford. 2006. Diet in early Homo: a review of the evidence and a new model of adaptive versatility. Annual Review of Anthropology [Annu. Rev. Anthropol.] 35, pp.209-228

41 Bailey, R.C., Head, G., Jenike, M., Owen, B., Rechtman, R., and Zechenter, E. 1989. Hunting and Gathering in Tropical Rain Forest: Is It Possible? American Anthropologist 91(1):59-82 [30mar14M vbm]

43: Matsumura, H., S.Pookajorn. 2005. A morphometric analysis of the Late Pleistocene human skeleton from the Moh Khiew cave in Thailand. Journal Homo of Comparative Human Biology 56: 93-118.

44 Tyler, D.E. 2004. An examination of the taxonomic status of the fragmentary mandible Sangiran 5, (Pithecanthropus dubius), Homo erectus, “Meganthropus”, or Pongo? Quaternary International 117:125–130.

47 Firestone,R.B., West, A., Kennett, J.P., Becker, L., Bunch, T.E., Revay, Z.S., Schultz, P.H., Belgya, T., Kennett, D.J., Erlandson, J.M., Dickenson, O.J., Goodyear, A.C., Harris, R.S., Howard, G.A.,Kloosterman, J.B., Lechler, P., Mayewski, P.A., Montgomery, J.,Poreda, R., Darrah, T., Que Hee, S.S., Smith, A.R., Stich, A.,
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50: Aherna, J.C.M., and F.H. Smith. 2004. Adolescent archaics or adult moderns? Le Moustier 1 as a model for estimating the age at death of fragmentary supraorbital fossils in the modern human origins debate. HOMO—Journal of Comparative Human Biology 55: pp. 1–19.

52: Anderson, D.D. 1997. Cave archaeology in Southeast Asia. Geoarchaeology 12(6): 607-638.

56Q: Harvey Weiss, Raymond S.Bradley. 2001. What drives societal collapse? Science 291: 609-610.

57Q=292: Peter B. deMenocal. 2001. Cultural responses to climate change during the Late Holocene. Science 292: 667-673.

60: Driver, J.C. 1998. Human adaptation at the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary in western Canada, 11000 to 9000 BP. Quaternary International, vol. 49/50: 141-150.

63: Robert Foley. 1987. Telling the human story. Current Anthropology, v.28, n.2, pp.228-230

65: Loth, S.R., Maciej Henneberg. 1996. Mandibular ramus flexure: a new morphologic indicator of sexual dimorphism in the human skeleton. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 99, pp.473-485

66: Gary T.Schwatz, J. Francis Thackeray, Cynthia Reid, J.F.van Reenan. 1998. Enamel thickness & the topography of the enamel-dentine junction in South African Plio-Pleistocene hominids with special reference to the Carabelli trait. Journal of Human Evolution 35, pp.523-542

67: Kano, A., Tatsuya Kawai, Jun Matsuoka, Takuji Ihara. 2004. High-resolution records of rainfall events from clay bands in tufa. Geological Society of America, v.32, n.9, pp.793-796

68: Kaifu, Y. 2006. Advanced dental reduction in Javanese Homo erectus. Anthropological Science, vol.114, pp.35-42

69Q: Benny Peiser, ????. Climate change and civilisation collapse. ???????

70Q: David A.Hodell, Jason H.Curtis, Mark Brenner. 1995. Possible role of climate in the collapse of classic Maya civilization. Nature 375, pp.391-394

71Q: F.Sirocko, M.Sarnthein, H.Erlenkeusers, H.lange, M.Arnold, J.C.Duplessy. 1993. Century-scale events in monsoonal climate over the past 24,000 years. Nature 364, pp.322-324

72Q: H.Weiss, M.A.Courty, W.Wetterstrom, F.Guichard, L.Senior, R.Meadow, A.Curnow. 1993. The genesis and collapse of third millennium North mesopotamian civilization. Science 261, pp.995-1004

73Q: Ann Gibbons. 1993. How the Akkadian empire was hung out to dry. Science 261, pp.985

74Q: Daniel H.Sandweiss, Kirk A.Maasch, David G.Anderson. 1999. Transitions in the Mid-Holocene. Science 283, pp.499-500

75D: J.A.Sofaer, H.L.Bailit, C.J.MacLean. 1971. A developmental basis for differential tooth reduction during hominid evolution. Evolution, v.25, n.3, 509-517

76D: J.A.Sofaer. 1973. A model relating interaction and differential evolutionary reduction of tooth size. Evolution, v.27, n.3, 427-434

77: Sheets, J.W., and Gavan, J.A. 1977. Dental reduction from Homo erectus to Neanderthal. Current Anthropology 18(3): 587-588.

80: Thomas J.Scheff. 1977. The distancing of emotion in ritual. Current Anthropology, v.18, n.3, pp.483-505

81: Gabriella Eichinger Ferro-Luzzi. 1977. Ritual as language: the case of South Indian food offering. Current Anthropology, v.18, n.3, pp.507-514

82: William Meacham. 1977. Continuity and local evolution in the Neolithic of South China: a non-nuclear approach. Current Anthropology, v.18, n.3, pp.419-440

83: Keiichi Omoto. 1981. The genetic origins of the Philippine Negritos. Current Anthropology, v.22, n.4, pp.421-423

84D: Larsen, C.S. 1981. Skeletal and Dental Adaptations to the Shift to Agriculture on the Georgia Coast. Current Anthropology 22(4): 422-423.

88 : H.D.Kahlke. 1972. A review of the Pleistocene history of the Orang-Utan (Pongo Lacepede 1799). Asian Perspectives, 15(1):5-16

89=1367: Marta Mirazon Lahr, Richard V.S. Wright. 1996. The question of robusticity and the relationship between cranial size and shape in H.sapiens. Journal of Human Evolution 31, pp.157-191

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95: Dirk Albert Hooijer. 1950. Fossil evidence of Austromelanesian migrations in Malaysia? Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, v.6, n.4 (Winter, 1950); pp.416-422

96: Hooijer, D.A. 1952. Austromelanesian Migrations Once More. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 8(4): 472-477.

97: G.H.R. von Koenigswald. 1952. Evidence of prehistoric Australomelanesoid population in Malaya and Indonesia. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, v.8, n.1 (Spring, 1952); pp.92-96

105Q: Vrba, E.S. 1996. Climate, heterochrony, and human evolution. Journal of Anthropological Research 52:1-28

106 =873=428 Van den Bergh, G.D., de Vos, J., and Sondaar, P.Y. 2001. The late Quaternary palaeogeography of mammal evolution in the Indonesian archipelago. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 171:385-408.

107 A: Mark R.Schurr. 1989. Flouride dating of prehistoric bones by ion selective electrode. Journal of Archaeological Science 16:265-270

113A: Herve´ Bocherens, Caroline Polet, Michel Toussaint. 2007. Palaeodiet of Mesolithic and Neolithic populations of Meuse Basin (Belgium): evidence from stable isotopes. Journal of Archaeological Science 34:10-27

116A: Sillen, A. 1992. Strontium-calcium ratios (Sr/Ca) of Australopithecus robustus and associated fauna from Swartkrans. Journal of Human Evolution 23:.495-516

121: Lieverse, A.R. 1999. Diet and the aetiology of dental calculus. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (Int. J. Osteoarchaeol) 9, pp.219-232

123B: T.R.Greene, C.L.Kuba, J.D.Irish. 2005. Quantifying calculus: a suggested new approach for recording an important indicator of diet and dental health. Journal HOMO of Comparative Human Biology 56, pp.119-132

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128A: Sponheimer, M., Darryl de Ruiter, Julia Lee-Thorp, Andreas Späth. 2005. Sr/Ca and early hominin diets revisited: new data from modern and fossil tooth enamel. Journal of Human Evolution 48: 147-156.

131A: Harrison, R.G., M.A.Katzenberg. 2003. Paleodiet studies using stable carbon isotopes from bone apatite and collagen: examples from Southern Ontario and San Nicolas Island, California. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 22: 227–244.

138A: Valentine, B., G.D. Kamenov and J. Krigbaum. 2008. Reconstructing Neolithic groups in Sarawak, Malaysia through lead and strontium isotope analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science 35: 1463-1473.

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140A: Tauber, H. 1981. 13C evidence for dietary habits of prehistoric man in Denmark. Nature 292: 332-333.

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142A : Shutler, JR.R., John M.Head, Douglas, J.Donahue, A.J.Timothy Jull, Mike F.Barbetti, Shuji Matsu’ura, John de Vos, Paul Strom. 2004. AMS radiocarbon dates on bone from cave sites in southeast Java, Indonesia, including Wajak. Modern Quaternary Research Southeast Asia 18, pp.89-94

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145A : Mark R.Schurr, David A.Gregory. 2002. Fluoride dating on faunal materials by ion-selective electrode: high resolution relative dating at an early agricultural period site in the Tuason basin. American Antiquity 67: 282-299.

146: Bermudez de Castro, J.M., A.Rosas, M.E.Nicolas. 1999. Dental remains from Atapuerca-TD6 (Gran Dolina site, Burgos, Spain). Journal of Human Evolusion 37: 523-566.

148A: Ericson, J.E. 1985. Strontium isotope characterization in the study of prehistoric human ecology. Journal of Human Evolution 14:503-514

149A: Schoeninger, M.J. 1985. Trophic level effects on 15N/14N and 13C/12C ratios in bone collagen and strontium levels in bone mineral. Journal of Human Evolution 14: 515-525.

151A: Sillen, A., Grant Hall, Richard Armstrong. 1995. Strontium calcium ratios (Sr/Ca) and strontium isotopic ratios (87Sr/86Sr) of Australopithecus robustus and Homo sp from Swartkrans. Journal of Human Evolution 28:277-285

152A: Thackeray, J.E. 1995. Do strontium/calcium ratios in early Pleistocene hominids from Swartkrans reflect physiological differences in males and females? Journal of Human Evolution 29:401-404

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157 Hillson, S.W. 1979. Diet and dental disease. World Archaeology 11(2): 147-162.

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180A: Beeley, J.G., and D.A. Lunt. 1980. The nature of the biochemical changes in softened dentine from archaeological sites. Journal of Archaeological Science 7: 371-377.

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