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Title Origins of anatomically modern humans / edited by Matthew H. Nitecki and Doris V. Nitecki
Published New York : Plenum Press, [1994]


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Description xiii, 341 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series Interdisciplinary contributions to archaeology
Interdisciplinary contributions to archaeology.
Contents (cont.) Samples, species, and speculations in the study of modern human origins / F.H. Smith -- A chronostratigraphic and taxonomic framework of the origins of modern humans / F.C. Howell
The problem of modern human origins / R.G. Klein -- The contributions of Southwest Asia to the study of the origin of modern humans / O. Bar-Yosef -- Hominids, energy, environment, and behavior in the late Pleistocene / A.J. Jelinek -- Behavioral and cultural changes at the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition in Western Europe / C. Farizy -- Ancestral lifeways in Eurasia : The Middle and Upper Paleolithic records / O. Soffer -- New advances in the field of Ice Age art / P.G. Bahn -- Mitochondrial DNA and human evolution : Our one lucky mother / R.L. Cann, et al. -- Out of Africa : A personal history / C.B. Stringer -- Multiregional evolution : A world-wide source for modern human populations / M.H. Wolpoff, et al. -- Archaic and modern Homo sapiens in the contact zones : evolutionary schematics and model predictions / T. Simmons
Analysis Humans Evolution
Notes "This volume is based on the Field Museum of Natural History "Spring Systematics Symposium" held in Chicago on May 11, 1991" -- Pref
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Human evolution -- Congresses.
Paleolithic period -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Nitecki, Doris V.
Nitecki, Matthew H.
Field Museum of Natural History.
Spring Systematics Symposium (1991 : Chicago, Ill.)
LC no. 93040104
ISBN 0306446758