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作者:Gilbert J. Price , Rachel Wood
来源:[J].Journal of Human Evolution(IF 4.094), 2019, Vol.134
摘要:Abstract(#br)The migration of anatomically modern humans (AMH) from Africa to every inhabitable continent included their dispersal through Island Southeast Asia (ISEA) to Australia. Significantly, this involved overwater dispersal through the Lesser Sunda Islands between Sunda (c...
作者:Gilbert J. Price , Bruno David ...
来源:[J].Journal of Archaeological Science(IF 1.889), 2017, Vol.87, pp.95-107
摘要:Abstract(#br)Identifying extinct fauna in rock art is a common but difficult exercise. Here we use geometric morphometric analysis of shape to examine the oft-cited painting from Arnhem Land attributed by Gunn et al. to the long-extinct species Genyornis newtoni . We compare...
作者:Gilbert J. Price , Yahya S.A. Al-Mufarreh ...
来源:[J].Quaternary Science Reviews(IF 4.076), 2019, Vol.218, pp.228-253
摘要:Abstract(#br)In recent years, the Arabian Peninsula has emerged as a key region for elucidating hominin and faunal evolution and dispersals between Africa and Eurasia. Central to this research is the middle Pleistocene site of Ti's al Ghadah (TAG) which has yielded a diverse and ...
作者:Gilbert J. Price , Nick A. Drake ...
来源:[J].Quaternary International(IF 1.962), 2019, Vol.515, pp.12-29
摘要:Abstract(#br)Plio-Pleistocene faunal turnovers and their implications for hominin dispersals have recently received considerable attention. Exploration and palaeontological study of faunal exchanges has traditionally centred on East Africa, North Africa and the Levant in Southwes...
作者:Gilbert J. Price , Michael Archer
来源:[J].Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology(IF 2.745), 2017, Vol.487, pp.25-36
摘要:Abstract(#br)The Riversleigh World Heritage Area, northwestern Queensland, Australia, contains numerous Oligo-Miocene and Pleistocene fossil bearing deposits. Species of the suborder Macropodiformes (kangaroos and allies) described from Oligo-Miocene sediments at Riversleigh incl...
作者:Gilbert J. Price , Julien Louys ...
来源:[J].Quaternary Science Reviews(IF 4.076), 2015, Vol.125, pp.98-105
摘要:Abstract(#br)An obvious but key prerequisite to testing hypotheses concerning the role of humans in the extinction of late Quaternary ‘megafauna’ is demonstrating that humans and the extinct taxa overlapped, both temporally and spatially. In many regions, a paucity of reliab...
作者:Gilbert J. Price , Stuart Hawkins ...
来源:[J].International Journal of Speleology(IF 1.344), 2017, Vol.46 (3), pp.379-408
摘要:Caves have been an important source of vertebrate fossils for much of Southeast Asia, particularly for the Quaternary. Despite this importance, the mechanisms by which vertebrate remains accumulate and preserve in Southeast Asian caves has never been systematically reviewed or ex...
作者:... Matthew Lybolt , Gilbert J. Price , Bradley N. Opdyke
来源:[J].Earth and Planetary Science Letters(IF 4.349), 2015, Vol.422, pp.33-44
摘要:Abstract(#br)Accurate radiocarbon dating of marine samples requires knowledge of the marine radiocarbon reservoir effect. This effect for a particular site/region is generally assumed constant through time when calibrating marine 14 C ages. However, recent studies have shown...
作者:Julien Louys , Gilbert J. Price , Sue O’Connor
来源:[J].PeerJ, 2016, Vol.4
摘要:Stegodons are a commonly recovered extinct proboscidean (elephants and allies) from the Pleistocene record of Southeast Asian oceanic islands. Estimates on when stegodons arrived on individual islands and the timings of their extinctions are poorly constrained due to few reported...
作者:Gilbert J. Price , Gregory E. Webb ...
来源:[J].Quaternary Science Reviews(IF 4.076), 2011, Vol.30 (7), pp.899-914
摘要:Abstract(#br)A key to understanding Late Pleistocene megafaunal extinction dynamics is knowledge of megafaunal ecological response(s) to long-term environmental perturbations. Strategically, that requires targeting fossil deposits that accumulated during glacial and intergla...

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