The 82nd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2013)


Session 8. Paleoanthropology Posters: Early Hominins and Australopithecus. Contributed Posters. Chair: Adam Sylvester

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1 Add to calendar Ardipithecus ramidus proximal capitate morphology is most consistent with a locomotor ancestry of palmigrade arboreal clambering. Michael S. Selby, Gen Suwa, Scott W. Simpson, Tim D. White, C Owen. Lovejoy.
2 Add to calendar An analysis of the Ardipithecus ramidus pelvis reconstruction using 3D geometric morphometric techniques. Nicole M. Webb, William E.H. Harcourt-Smith, Herman Pontzer.
3 Add to calendar Great expec-toe-tions: divergence, convergence, and emergence of the modern hallux. Zachary J. Throckmorton.
4 Add to calendar Manual phalangeal curvature and locomotion in Primates. Stacey A. Matarazzo.
5 Add to calendar Heel-strike and impact transient during bipedal walking: Implications for the acquisition of a habitual bipedal gait . James T. Webber, David A. Raichlen.
6 Add to calendar Australopithecus afarensis probably lacks a midfoot break. Daniel J. Proctor.
7 Add to calendar Reconstructing australopithecine midstance using femoral condyle curvature. Adam D. Sylvester.
8 Add to calendar The original analysis of the manual and pedal phalanges from the Drimolen hominin site, South Africa. Danielle S. Vernon, Colin G. Menter, Andrew Gallagher.
9 Add to calendar The primate upper arm: A study on the deltoid index. Sandra Mathews, Martin F. Häusler, Peter Schmid.
10 Add to calendar A new ~1.5 Ma hominin distal humerus from Ileret, Kenya. Michael R. Lague, Brian G. Richmond, David J. Green, David R. Braun, John W.K. Harris, Emma Mbua, Habiba Chirchir.
12 Add to calendar Changing our focus: Accentuating evolutionary changes of the hominid cranial base. Alon Barash, Ella Been.
13 Add to calendar A PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE HOMININ CLADE USING POSTCRANIAL CHARACTERS. Kelsey D. Pugh.
14 Add to calendar Comparison of endocranial and ectocranial “symmetry planes” and application to the virtual reconstruction of hominid fossils. Sylvain Prima, Gérard Subsol, José Braga, Juan-Francisco Garamendi, Benoit Combès, Jean Dumoncel, Dean Falk.
15 Add to calendar Cross-sectional morphology of the australopithecine hard palate. Megan E. Voss, Cheryl A. Hill, Rachel A. Menegaz.
16 Add to calendar Macro tooth wear patterns amongst the early hominins of South Africa. Anna F. Clement, Simon W. Hillson.
17 Add to calendar Comparison between Australopithecus afarensis and Pan troglodytes honing facet microwear. Melissa S. Zolnierz, Lucas K. Delezene, Frederick E. Grine, William H. Kimbel, Mark F. Teaford, Peter S. Ungar.
18 Add to calendar HOMINIDS AGENT BASED MODEL OF TORO-SEMLIKI WILDLIFE RESERVE: INCORPORATING A MODERN MOSAIC HABITAT ANALOGY INTO INTERPRETATIONS OF THE PALEOENVIRONMENT AND RANGING BEHAVIOR OF ARDIPITHECUS RAMIDUS. Alicia Rich Stout, Caroline Deimel, Cameron Griffith, Jeanne Sept, Kevin D. Hunt, Byron Long.
19 Add to calendar Paleoenvironmental change in Pliocene eastern Africa as inferred from dental microwear texture analysis of fossil Bovidae. Jessica R. Scott, Mackie C. O'Hara.
20 Add to calendar Spatial analysis of bone recovered from FxJj 20 AB, Koobi Fora, Kenya with implications to early hominin behavior. Morgan A. Tupper, Sarah K. Hlubik.
21 Add to calendar Community dynamics through space and time in the Hadar and Turkana Basins, Ethiopia and Kenya . Amelia Villasenor, Anna K. Behrensmeyer, René Bobe.
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