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050  4 QE841|b.L68  2003eb 
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245 00 Lothagam :|bthe dawn of humanity in eastern Africa /
       |cedited by Meave G. Leakey and John M. Harris. 
264  1 New York :|bColumbia University Press,|c[2003] 
264  4 |c©2003 
300    1 online resource (vi, 678 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Stratigraphy and depositional history of the Lothagam 
       sequence / Craig S. Feibel -- Miocene and Pliocene 
       paleosols of Lothagam / Jonathan G. Wynn -- Numerical age 
       control for the Miocene-Pliocene succession at Lothagam, a
       hominoid-bearing sequence in the northern Kenya Rift / Ian
       McDougall and Craig S. Feibel -- Fossil crabs (Crustacea, 
       Decapoda, Brachyura) from Lothagam / Joel W. Martin and 
       Sandra Trautwein -- Fossil fish remains from Mio-Pliocene 
       deposits at Lothagam, Kenya / Kathlyn M. Stewart -- Fossil
       turtles from Lothagam / Roger C. Wood -- Late Miocene-
       early Pliocene crocodilian fauna of Lothagam, southwest 
       Turkana Basin, Kenya / Glenn W. Storrs -- Lothagam birds /
       John M. Harris and Meave G. Leakey -- Rodents and 
       lagomorphs from the Miocene and Pliocene of Lothagam, 
       northern Kenya / Alisa J. Winkler -- Cercopithecidae from 
       Lothagam / Meave G. Leakey, Mark F. Teaford and Carol V. 
       Ward -- The Lothagam hominids / Meave G. Leakey and Alan 
       C. Walker -- Mio-Pliocene Carnivora from Lothagam, Kenya /
       Lars Werdelin -- Elephantoidea from Lothagam / Pascal 
       Tassy -- Deinotheres from the Lothagam succession / John 
       M. Harris -- Fossil aardvarks from the Lothagam beds / 
       Simon A.H. Milledge -- Lothagam Rhinocerotidae / John M. 
       Harris and Meave G. Leakey -- Systematics and evolutionary
       biology of the late Miocene and early Pliocene 
       hipparionine equids from Lothagam, Kenya / Raymond L. 
       Bernor and John M. Harris -- Fossil Hippopotamidae from 
       Lothagam / Eleanor M. Weston -- Lothagam Suidae / John M. 
       Harris and Meave G. Leakey -- Lothagam giraffids / John M.
       Harris -- Bovidae from the Lothagam succession / John M. 
       Harris -- Stable isotope ecology of northern Kenya, with 
       emphasis on the Turkana Basin / Thure E. Cerling [and 
       others] -- Isotope paleoecology of the Nawata and Nachukui
       formations at Lothagam, Turkana Basin, Kenya / Thure E. 
       Cerling, John M. Harris and Meave G. Leakey -- Lothagam : 
       its significance and contributions / Meave G. Leakey and 
       John M. Harris -- Appendix : Notes on the reconstructions 
       of fossil vertebrates from Lothagam / Mauricio Antón. 
520    Located at the southwest corner of Lake Turkana in 
       northern Kenya, Lothagam represents one of the most 
       important intervals in African prehistory. Early human 
       remains are restricted in distribution to Africa and the 
       acquisition of an upright bipedal striding gait, the 
       hallmark of humanity, appears to be at least 
       circumstantially linked to the reduction of equatorial 
       forests and the spread of grasslands on that continent. 
       The diverse Lothagam fauna documents the end-Miocene 
       transition from forested to more open habitats that were 
       exploited by grazing horses and antelopes, hippos, giant 
       pigs, and true elephants. It also includes spectacularly 
       complete fossil carnivore skeletons and some of the oldest
       human remains. 
546    In English. 
650  0 Vertebrates, Fossil|zKenya|zLothagam Site. 
650  0 Paleontology|yMiocene. 
650  0 Animals, Fossil|zKenya|zLothagam Site. 
651  0 Lothagam Site (Kenya) 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 Electronic books.|2lcgft 
700 1  Leakey, Meave G.,|eeditor. 
700 1  Harris, John Michael,|eeditor. 
710 2  JSTOR|eissuing body. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tLothagam.|dNew York : Columbia 
       University Press, ©2003|z0231118708|z0231118716|w(DLC)  
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