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201: C.F.Spoor, P.Y.Sondaar. 1986. Human fossils from the endemic island fauna of Sardinia. Journal of Human Evolution 15, pp.399-408

211 Storm, P. 2001. The evolution of humans in Australasia from an environmental prespective. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 171:363-383

214: Rainer Grün, Alan Thorne. 1997. Dating the Ngandong humans. Science, vol.276, pp.1575-1576

224 Raikes, R.L. 1963.The end of the ancient cities of the Indus civilization in Sind and Baluchistan. American Anthropologist 65(3): 655-659.

225: Wheeler, P.E. 1992. The thermoragulatory advantages of large body size for hominids foraging in Savannah environments. Journal of Human Evolution 23: 351-362.

227A: Sighinolfi, G.P., S. Sartono, G. Artioli. 1993. Chemical and mineralogical studies on hominid remains from Sangiran, Central Java (Indonesia). Journal of Human Evolution 24: 57-68.

231 Simon, E.L. 1976. The nature of the transition in the dental mechanism from pongids to hominids. Journal of Human Evolution 5:511-528

234D: Brace, C.L., K.R. Rosenberg, K.D. Hunt. 1987. Gradual change in human tooth size in the Late Pleistocene and Post-Pleistocene. Evolution 41(4): 705-720.

239: Doris F.Jonas. 1976. On an “Alternative Paleobiology” and the concept of scavenging phase. Current Anthropology v.17, n.1, 144-145

240B: Smith, P. 1976. Dental Pathology in Fossil Hominids: What Did Neanderthals Do With Their Teeth? Current Anthropology 17(1): 149-151.

247 Morwood, M.J., Sutikna, T., Saptomo, E.W., Westaway, K.E., Jatmiko, Due, R.A., Moore, M.W., Yuniawati, D.Y., Hadi, P., Zhao, J.X., Turney, C.S.M., Fifield, K., Allen, H., and Soejono, R.P. 2008. Climate, people and faunal succession on Java, Indonesia: evidence from Song Gupuh. Journal of Archaeological Science 35:1776-1789

249 Turner II, C.G. 2006. Dental morphology and the population history of the Pacific rim and basin: commentary on Hirofumi Matsumura and Mark J. Hudson. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 130:455–461.

250 Matsumura, H., and Hudson, M.J. 2005. Dental perspectives on the population history of Southeast Asia. American Journal of Physical Aanthropology 127:182–209.

251 A: S.Safont, A.Malgosa, M.E.Subira, J.Gibert. 1998. Can trace elements in fossils provide information about palaeodiet? International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 8, pp.23-37

257 Hanihara, T. 2008. Morphological variation of major Human populations based on nonmetric dental traits. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 136:169–182.

267: Pete E.Lestrel, Dwight W.Read. 1972. Hominid cranial capacity versus time: a regression approach. Journal of Human Evolution 2, pp.405-411

268Q: Eugene Schreider. 1975. Morphological variations and climatic differences. Journal of Human Evolution 4: 529-539.

270: Pete E.Lestrel. 1975. Hominid brain size versus time: revised regression estimation. Journal of Human Evolution 5: 207-212.

284: Richard G.Klein. 2000. Archaeology and the evolution of human behavior. Evolutionary Anthropology; 17-36

291Q: Frederic Achard, Hugh D.Eva, Hans-Jurgen Stibig, Philippe Mayaux, Javier Gallego, Timothy Richards, Jean-Paul Malingreau. 2002. Determination of deforestation rates of the world’s humid tropical forests. Science 297: 999-1002.

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

299: Bailey, S.E. 2004. A morphometric analysis of maxillary molar crowns of Middle-Late Pleistocene hominins. Journal of Human Evolution 47: 183-198.

300: Richard F.Kay. 1985. Dental evidence for the diet of Australopithecus. Annual Review of Anthropology 14: 315-341.

304A: Linda L.Klepinger. 1984. Nutritional assessment from bone. Annual Review of Anthropology 13: 75-96.

310: Zollikofer, C.P.E., M.S.Ponce de León, R.D.Martin. 1998. Computer-Assisted Paleoanthropology. Evolutionary Anthropology 6(2): 41-53.

314 Potts, R. 1998. Variability selection in hominid evolution. Evolutionary Anthropology [Evol. Anthropol.] 7:81-96

317: Hassan, F.A. 1979. Geoarchaeology: The Geologist and Archaeology. American Antiquity 44(2): 267-270.

324: Sànchez, B., J.L. Prado and M.T. Alberdi. 2004. Feeding ecology, dispersal, and extinction of South American Pleistocene gomphotheres (Gomphotheriidae, Proboscidea). Paleobiology 30(1): 146-161.

325: Meijaard, E., and C.P. Groves. 2004. The biogeographical evolution and phylogeny of the genus presbytis. Primate Report 68: 71-90.

330 James, H.V.A., and Petraglia, M.D.2005. Modern human origins and the evolution of behavior in the later Pleistocene record of South Asia. Current Anthropology 46 (supplement):3-27

332D: Özer, B.C. 2008. Secular trend in body height and weight of Turkish adults. Anthropological Science 116(3): 191–199.

333: Matsumura, H., Yoneda, M., Dodo, Y, Oxenham, M.F., Cuong, N.L, Thuy, N.K, Dung, L.M., Long, V.T., Yamagata, M, Sawada,J, Shinoda, K., and Takigawa, W.2008. Terminal Pleistocene human skeleton from Hang Cho Cave, northern Vietnam: implications for the biological affinities of Hoabinhian people. Anthropological Science 116(3): 201-217.

334: Indriati, E., S.C.Anton. 2008. Earliest Indonesian facial and dental remains from Sangiran, Java: a description of Sangiran 27. Antropological Science 116(3): 219-229.

336 Pope, G.G., and Cronin, J.E. 1984. The Asian hominidae. Journal of Human Evolution 13:377-396

338 Bettis III, E.A., Milius, A.K., Carpenter, S.J., Larick, R., Zaim, Y., Rizal, Y., Ciochon, R.L., Tassier-Surine, S.A., Murray, D., Suminto, and Bronto, S. 2009. Way out of Africa: Early Pleistocene paleoenvironments inhabited by Homo erectus in Sangiran, Java. Journal of Human Evolution 56:11–24 [30-12-13Sn vbm]

340: Seonbok Yi, June-Jeong Lee, Seongnam Kim, Yongwook Yoo and Dongwan Kim. 2008. New data on the Hoabinhian: investigations at Hang Cho cave, northern Vietnam IPPA Bulletin 28: 73-79.

346: Benjamin M. Auerbach. 2008. Human Diversity in the Ancient Americas: The intersection of skeletal biology, archaeology and genetics. Auerbach CAI VS 2008 Conference Proposal 1

350 Sondaar, P.Y., Van den Bergh, G.D., Mubroto, B., Aziz, F., De Vos, J., and Batu, U.L. 1994. Middle Pleistocene faunal turnover and colonization of Flores (Indonesia) by Homo erectus. C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris 319(II):1255-1262

351D @ 1024: Frayer, D.W. 1977. Metric dental change in the European Upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 46: 109-120.

352: Murphy, T. 1959. The changing pattern of dentine exposure in human tooth attrition. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 17: 167-178.

353: Murphy, T. 1959. Gradients of dentine exposure in human molar tooth attrition. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 17: 179-186.

354: Pookajorn, S. 1996. Human activities and environmental changes during the Late Pleistocene to Middle Holocene in Southern Thailand and Southeast Asia. In: Humans at the end of the Ice age: the archaeology of the Pleistocene-Holocene transition (Lawrence Guy Straus, Berit Valentin Eriksen, Jon M.Erlandson, David R.Yesner, Eds.), New York: Plenum Press, pp.201-213.

364 von Koenigswald, G.H.R. 1982. Distribution and evolution of the orangutan, Pongo pygmaeus (Hoppius). In: The orangutan. Its biology and conservation (L.E.M. de Boer, Ed.). Netherland: Dr.W.Junk Publisher.

368 Molleson, T.I., and Cohen, P. 1990. The progression of dental attrition stages used for age assessment. Journal of Archaeological Science 17:363-371.

369 Ambrosea, S.H. 1990. Preparation and characterization of bone and tooth collagen for isotopic analysis.Journal of Archaeological Science 17:431-451

371 Fernádez, M.H., & Vrba, E.S. 2006. Plio-Pleistocene climatic change in the Turkana Basin (East Africa): Evidence from large mammal faunas. Journal of Human Evolution 50:595-626 [15-4-10K lab mikropal]

372 Kramer, A. 1994. A critical analysis of claims for the existence of southeast Asian australopithecines. Journal Human Evolution 26:3-21.

378: Whitea,J.C., Penny, D., Kealhofer, L., and, Maloney, B.2004. Vegetation changes from the late Pleistocene through the Holocene from three areas of archaeological significance in Thailand. Quaternary International 113: 111–132.

392 Widianto, H. 1991. The hominid dental remains of Java: a metrical study. IPPA Bulletin 11:23-35.

394: Mark Hudson and Hiroto Takamiya. 2001. Dental pathology and subsistence change in Late prehistoric Okinawa. Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Bulletin 21 (Melaka papers, v.5): 68-76.

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