The 84th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2015)


Session 16. Paleoanthropology: Early hominin evolution. Contributed Podium Presentations. Chair: Michael J. Plavcan

March 26, 2015 , Grand Ballroom C Add to calendar
1:00 Add to calendar Cercopithecine forelimb locomotor adaptations: 3D geometric morphometric analysis of modern and fossil monkeys from the Hadar and Middle Ledi sites, Afar Region, Ethiopia. Amy L. Rector.
1:15 Add to calendar New specimens of Australopithecus anamensis from Kanapoi, Kenya. J. Michael Plavcan, Carol V. Ward, Fredrick K. Manthi.
1:30 Add to calendar Miombo woodlands and early hominins: A comparison of carbonate stable isotope data from modern Koobi Fora and 3.97Ma Allia Bay fauna . Melanie M. Beasley, Margaret J. Schoeninger.
1:45 Add to calendar A.L. 333-105: Virtual reconstruction and 3D printing of Australopithecus afarensis child. Alon Barash, Ella Been, Yoel Rak.
2:00 Add to calendar Three-dimensional shape analysis of the distal femur of Australopithecus sediba. Adam D. Sylvester, Jeremy M. DeSilva, Steven E. Churchill, Lee R. Berger.
2:15 Add to calendar Chimpanzee bipedal gait mechanics and early hominin gait evolution. Brigitte Demes, Nathan E. Thompson, Matthew C. O'Neill, Brian R. Umberger.
2:30 Add to calendar Evolution of the hominin scapula and rotator cuff musculature. Sandra Mathews, Martin Haeusler.
2:45 Add to calendar Evolutionary history of ape and human hand length proportions. Sergio Alm├ęcija, William L. Jungers.
3:00 Add to calendar New Micro-CT Scan of the Imbedded Prefrontal of the Taung endocast. Douglas C. Broadfield, Kristian J. Carlson, Kimberley EJ. Chapelle, Shawn D. Hurst, Ralph L. Holloway.
3:15 Add to calendar A reassessment of the taxonomic validity of the Australopithecus sediba mandibles. Claire E. Terhune, Terrence B. Ritzman, Philipp Gunz, Chris A. Robinson.
3:30 Add to calendar Reconsidering the high mandibular condyle of robust australopiths. William L. Hylander.
3:45 Add to calendar Hominoid dental topography: a possible case for character displacement. Michael A. Berthaume.
4:00 Break