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


Session 30. Paleoanthropology: Hominins and Early Homo. Contributed Posters. Chair: Juliet K Brophy

March 27, 2015 , Archview Ballroom Add to calendar

7:30 - 8:00 Poster set-up.  5:30 - 6:00 Poster take-down.

Even numbered poster authors present for discussion 10:00-10:30 and 4:45-5:3-

Odd numbered poster authors present for discussion 10:30-11:00 and 4:00-4:45

1 Add to calendar Lucy plus one: Intermingling of a second individual in the spinal column of A.L. 288-1. Marc R. Meyer, Scott A. Williams, Mike Smith, Gary J. Sawyer.
2 Add to calendar Ontogenetic morphology of the cervical vertebral column in Homo sapiens with implications for Australopithecus afarensis. Neysa Grider-Potter, Thierra K. Nalley.
3 Add to calendar Adaptation to terrestrial bipedalism and 5th metatarsal structural properties in Australopithecus and early Homo. Tea Jashashvili, Kristian J. Carlson, Mark R. Dowdeswell, David Lordkipanidze.
4 Add to calendar Taxonomic identification of isolated mandibular molars in Australopithecus afarensis, A. africanus, and Paranthropus robustus using geometric morphometrics. Chris A. Robinson, Frank L. Williams.
5 Add to calendar Variation in lateral plantar process morphology and implications for bipedalism in Australopithecus. Eve K. Boyle, Bernhard Zipfel, Jeremy M. DeSilva.
6 Add to calendar Ecological niche selectivity in Australopithecus anamensis . Laurence Dumouchel, Fredrick K. Manthi.
7 Add to calendar Principal strain orientations during biting in the faces of chimpanzees and australopiths. David S. Strait, Callum F. Ross, Justin A. Ledogar, Amanda L. Smith, Brian Villmoare, Stefano Benazzi, Gerhard W. Weber, Mark A. Spencer, Paul C. Dechow, Ian R. Grosse, Brian R. Richmond, Barth W. Wright, Qian Wang, Craig Byron, Dennis E. Slice, Kristian J. Carlson, Darryl J. de Ruiter, Lee R. Berger, Kelli Tamvada, Leslie C. Pryor Smith, Michael A. Berthaume, Janine Chalk.
8 Add to calendar Bony facial buttressing in South African australopiths: a finite element analysis. Justin A. Ledogar, Stefano Benazzi, Amanda L. Smith, Gerhard W. Weber, Mark A. Spencer, Keely B. Carlson, Paul C. Dechow, Ian R. Grosse, Callum F. Ross, Brian G. Richmond, Barth W. Wright, Qian Wang, Craig Byron, Dennis E. Slice, Kristian J. Carlson, Darryl J. de RUITER, Lee R. Berger, Kelli Tamvada, Leslie C. Pryor smith, Michael A. Berthaume, Janine Chalk, David S. Strait.
9 Add to calendar The influence of cranial and postcranial integration on the evolution of hominin basicranial morphology. Catalina I. Villamil.
10 Add to calendar A re-examination of maxillary shape variation and the attribution of Early Pleistocene fossils to the genus Homo. Carrie S. Mongle, Allison Nesbitt, Frederick E. Grine.
11 Add to calendar Changes to the face and basicranium in a habitually bipedal Japanese macaque (Macaca fuscata). Robert C. McCarthy, Lauren N. Butaric.
12 Add to calendar Intra-specific variability in anterior and post-canine dentition in Paranthropus robustus. Kelsey D. O'Neill, Amy L. Rector.
13 Add to calendar Reconsidering the diets of Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus . Frank L. Williams, Christopher W. Schmidt, Ashley J. Remy.
14 Add to calendar Morphometric analyses of maxillary and mandibular first molars of Pleistocene hominins. Juliet K. Brophy, Darryl J. de Ruiter, Lee R. Berger, Steven E. Churchill, Peter Schmid.
15 Add to calendar Withdrawn. Size and scaling between teeth and jaws in genus Homo . Susan C. Antón, Hannah G. Taboada, Valerie B. DeLeon.
16 Add to calendar Investigating the impact of cranial modularity on hominin phylogenetics through Bayesian analysis of partitioned character matrices. Mana Dembo, Arne Mooers, Mark Collard.
17 Add to calendar Estimation and comparison of the adult cranial morphology of Australopithecus sediba using developmental simulation. Keely B. Carlson, Darryl J. de Ruiter, Kieran P. McNulty, Thomas J. DeWitt, Lee R. Berger.
18 Add to calendar Facing the facts: Foods versus fists. A test of the Carrier and Morgan adaptive model for early hominin cranial structure. Brian A. Villmoare, Mark W. Grabowski, Neil T. Roach, Kevin G. Hatala, Erin Marie Williams-Hatala.
19 Add to calendar Hips don’t lie: A multivariate approach to hominid sex determination from the pelvis. Samuel R. Rennie, Margaret Clegg, James C. Ohman.
20 Add to calendar Comparative analysis of trabecular bone structure and orientation in South African hominin tali. Anne Su, Kristian J. Carlson.
21 Add to calendar Proximal tibial shaft proportions in extant hominoids and early hominins. Elaine E. Kozma, Terry Harrison.
22 Add to calendar Shape analysis of the distal metatarsal articular surface in cercopithecoids, apes, and humans. Peter J. Fernandez, Sergio Alméjica, Biren A. Patel, Caley M. Orr, Matthew W. Tocheri, William L. Jungers.
23 Add to calendar A hallucal distal phalanx from Dmanisi, Georgia: Implications for early Homo foot biomechanics and evolution. Biren A. Patel, Tea Jashashvili, Erik Trinkaus, Randall L. Susman, David Lordkipanidze.
24 Add to calendar Manual proportions in Australopithecus: A comparative analysis including new material from Sterkfontein. Kelly R. Ostrofsky, Brian G. Richmond.
25 Add to calendar Continuous or Pulse? Simulating Speciation and Extinction from Fauna at Plio-Pleistocene Hominin Sites. Daniel C. Peart, Jeffery McKee.
26 Add to calendar Reassessing the Oldowan-Acheulean transition from a functional perspective. Alastair J. M. Key, Stephen J. Lycett.
27 Add to calendar Newly discovered in situ primates and mammals from the early Pleistocene Haasgat deposits, South Africa. Justin W. Adams, Angela Olah, Matthew McCurry, Melissa Tallman, Anthony D.T. Kegley, Stephany Potze, Lazarus Kgasi, Andy I.R. Herries.
28 Add to calendar Agent-based modeling of hominin evolution-environment interaction. John Kingston, Krishna Bathina.
29 Add to calendar Synchrotron x-ray imaging and MCMC support seasonal climate reconstruction. Daniel R. Green, Gregory M. Green, Albert S. Colman, Paul Tafforeau, Tanya M. Smith.
30 Add to calendar A Bioinformatics Pipeline for Identifying Heat Shock Protein 70 (HSP70) Gene Family Duplications in Tapeworms to Study Hominin Dietary Evolution. Stephen M. Johnson, Thanh X. Le, Belgees Boufana, Peter S. Craig, George H. Perry.