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Human Evolution Workshop IV

Diversity in Australopithecus: Tracking the Earliest Bipeds September 25, 2007 Stony Brook University Description Participants Description The 1925 discovery, in South Africa by Raymond Dart, of a small creature he named Australopithecus africanus showed that our early ancestors were from the continent of Africa. While controversial at the time, it turned interest from exploring for [...]

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Public Symposium at USIU

A TBI public symposium, "Prehistory of the Turkana Basin: Opportunities and Priorities for Future Field Research," was held at the United States International University (USIU) in Nairobi on August 18, 2008 to celebrate 40 years of paleontological and archaeological research in the Turkana Basin in northern Kenya. The symposium was introduced by Prof. Freida A. [...]

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Human Evolution Workshop V

Prehistory of the Turkana Basin: Opportunities and Priorities for Future Field Research August 19-24, 2008 TBI-Ileret, Kenya Written by Scott Bjelland and Mercedes Gutierrez The Fifth Stony Brook Human Evolution workshop, entitled “Prehistory of the Turkana Basin: Opportunities and Priorities for Future Field Research”, took place on August 19-24, 2008 in Kenya. The workshop celebrated [...]

By | 2017-01-04T18:04:24+00:00 June 13th, 2008|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Human Evolution Workshop V