The 89th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2020)

Session 30. Paleoanthropology: New Results from Field Work. Contributed Posters. Chair: Kieran McNulty

April 17, 2020 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Platinum Ballroom Add to calendar
8:00AM Poster setup
9:00AM Poster session opens
1:00PM Odd number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
5:00PM Even number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
6:00PM Poster removal
1 Add to calendar Paleoenvironments of Gona, Ethiopia, between 3-1 Mya: Evidence from faunal analysis. Amanda C. Leiss, Michael J. Rogers, Sileshi Semaw.
2 Add to calendar Middle Pleistocene environments from Markaytoli (lower Awash Valley, Ethiopia) inferred from dental stable isotopes. Joshua R. Robinson, Christopher J. Campisano, Kaye E. Reed.
3 Add to calendar Phytolith residue on lithics: an unreliable method in determining hominin behavior. Deanna V. Maybee, Georgia Oppenheim, Oumeyma Ben Brahim, Caitlin Craig, Jeanwon Kim, Tamara Capps, Rahab Kinyanjui, David R. Braun, Sarah Hlubik.
4 Add to calendar Referential data sets of cut marks from the Theodore Roosevelt Expedition to East Africa (1909-1910). Miranda Armour-Chelu.
5 Add to calendar The early Miocene mammals from Mfangano Island: Implications for early hominoid evolution and faunal turnover. Abigail S. Hall, Kieran P. McNulty.
6 Add to calendar New speleothem records from southwestern Madagascar and their implications for the role of climate and humans in megafaunal extinction. Peterson Faina, Stephen J. Burns, Nick Scroxton, David McGee, Laurie R. Godfrey, Lovasoa Ranivoharimanana.
7 Add to calendar Kinetics of stone tool production in novice and expert toolmakers. Erin Marie Williams-Hatala, Kevin G. Hatala, Alastair Key, Christopher J. Dunmore, Tracy Kivell.
8 Add to calendar Could woodworking have driven lithic tool selection?. Rebecca E. Biermann Gürbüz, Stephen J. Lycett.
9 Add to calendar New human remains from Ksar Akil and their relevance to circum-Mediterranean dispersals of early Homo sapiens. Shara E. Bailey, Christian A. Tryon.
10 Add to calendar Craniodental fossils from a new locality in the Rising Star Cave System. Juliet K. Brophy, Marina C. Elliott, Tebogo Makhubela, Darryl J. de Ruiter, John Hawks, Lee R. Berger.
11 Add to calendar Skeletal element distribution of immature Homo naledi remains in the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa. Debra R. Bolter, Marina C. Elliott.
12 Add to calendar Test of high-frequency GPR for identifying hominin skeletal deposits in the Rising Star Cave. Marina C. Elliott, Becca Peixotto, Corey Jaskolski, Kenneth Broad, Dirk van Rooyen, Maropeng Ramalepa, Mathabela Tsikoane, Kerryn Warren, John Hawks, Lee R. Berger.
13 Add to calendar A Closer Look at the Spatial Distribution of Hominin Fossils at Pin 8, Hill Antechamber, Rising Star Cave. Becca Peixotto, Marina C. Elliott, John Hawks, Lee R. Berger.
14 Add to calendar Perestroika in paleoanthropology: The Eyasi Plateau Paleontological Expedition (EPPE), Laetoli (Tanzania) fossil specimen database and the importance of promoting open-access and reproducibility in paleoanthropology. Denné Reed, Terry Harrison, Amandus Kwekason.
15 Add to calendar A lorisoid-like distal humerus from the middle Miocene at Napudet, Kenya. Lydia C. Myers, Gabrielle A. Russo, Isaiah O. Nengo.
16 Add to calendar Using remote sensing and machine learning to reconstruct paleoenvironmental features in the Koobi Fora Formation. Elizabeth R. Dorans, João D’oliveira coelho, Robert L. Anemone, René Bobe, Susana Carvalho, Frances Forrest, David R. Braun.
17 Add to calendar 50 years of fossil catarrhines from Rudabánya: sympatry and social organization. David R. Begun.
18 Add to calendar Preliminary description of the fossil cercopithecids from Galili, Ethiopia. Hailay G. Reda, Stephen R. Frost, Jay Quade, Hasen Said, Scott W. Simpson.
19 Add to calendar A thousand new cercopithecid fossils to fill the Late Pleistocene void. Ryan Yohler, Marianne Brasil, Tesla Monson, Cat Taylor, Leslea J. Hlusko.
20 Add to calendar New data on the Plio-Pleistocene colobine fauna from the Shungura Formation (Omo Group deposits, Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia): insights from the postcranial anatomy. Laurent T.J. Pallas, Guillaume Daver, Gildas Merceron, Leslea J. Hlusko, Jean-Renaud Boisserie.
21 Add to calendar Subspecies in human evolution. Laura A. van Holstein, Robert A. Foley.
22 Add to calendar Discovery of early Paleocene Purgatorius from a new fossil locality in the Fort Union Formation of southeastern Montana, USA. Stephen G. B. Chester, Gregory P. Wilson, Tyler R. Lyson, Eric J. Sargis.
23 Add to calendar Natural and human impacts on vertebrate megafauna in southwest Madagascar. Laurie R. Godfrey, Kathleen M. Muldoon, Stephen J. Burns, Brooke E. Crowley, Zachary S. Klukkert, Nick Scroxton, Lovasoa Ranivoharimanana.
24 Add to calendar Morphological rates of evolution in the Phenacolemur praecox - Phenacolemur fortior and Phenacolemur praecox - Phenacolemur citatus lineages in the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Naava Schottenstein, Mark Hubbe, John Hunter.