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Early Pleistocene ecosystem evolution and heterogeneity at East Turkana, northern Kenya as indicated by stable carbon and oxygen isotope data from mammalian enamel

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Allen, KB; Anderson, L; Biernat, M; Guerrero, A; Mcgrosky, A; O'Brien, K; Sekinger, J; Zeller, B; Zerihun, D; Braun, DR; Patterson, DB
Published in: American Journal of Physical Anthropology
2018

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Published In

American Journal of Physical Anthropology

EISSN

1096-8644

ISSN

0002-9483

Publication Date

2018

Volume

165

Start / End Page

9 / 9

Related Subject Headings

  • Anthropology
  • 2101 Archaeology
  • 1601 Anthropology
  • 0603 Evolutionary Biology
 

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Allen, K. B., Anderson, L., Biernat, M., Guerrero, A., Mcgrosky, A., O’Brien, K., … Patterson, D. B. (2018). Early Pleistocene ecosystem evolution and heterogeneity at East Turkana, northern Kenya as indicated by stable carbon and oxygen isotope data from mammalian enamel. In American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Vol. 165, pp. 9–9).
Allen, Kayla B., Lauren Anderson, Maryse Biernat, Amanda Guerrero, Amanda Mcgrosky, Kaedan O’Brien, Jeffrey Sekinger, et al. “Early Pleistocene ecosystem evolution and heterogeneity at East Turkana, northern Kenya as indicated by stable carbon and oxygen isotope data from mammalian enamel.” In American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 165:9–9, 2018.
Allen KB, Anderson L, Biernat M, Guerrero A, Mcgrosky A, O’Brien K, et al. Early Pleistocene ecosystem evolution and heterogeneity at East Turkana, northern Kenya as indicated by stable carbon and oxygen isotope data from mammalian enamel. In: American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 2018. p. 9–9.
Allen KB, Anderson L, Biernat M, Guerrero A, Mcgrosky A, O’Brien K, Sekinger J, Zeller B, Zerihun D, Braun DR, Patterson DB. Early Pleistocene ecosystem evolution and heterogeneity at East Turkana, northern Kenya as indicated by stable carbon and oxygen isotope data from mammalian enamel. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 2018. p. 9–9.
Journal cover image

Published In

American Journal of Physical Anthropology

EISSN

1096-8644

ISSN

0002-9483

Publication Date

2018

Volume

165

Start / End Page

9 / 9

Related Subject Headings

  • Anthropology
  • 2101 Archaeology
  • 1601 Anthropology
  • 0603 Evolutionary Biology