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The Ecology and Evolution of Hominin Geographic Ranges

Setting a context for archaeological interpretation using comparative analysis
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The Ecology and Evolution of Hominin Geographic Ranges by Katharine MacDonald

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Oxbow says: This thesis re-examines evidence for the distribution of hominin populations focusing particularly on the period 1.8-0.6 million years ago in Africa. Various theories and scenarios are assessed as MacDonald takes an evolutionary and ecological approach to interpreting hominin geographic ranges. The challenges and problems in studying this subject are discussed and the utility of comparative analyses being used to fill in the gaps in archaeological data are considered in theory and in practice (comparisons are made with the distribution of modern primate species and of African mammal taxa).

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Katharine MacDonald
Release date NZ
November 15th, 2006
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United Kingdom
BAR Publishing
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