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Environmental change during MIS4 and MIS 3 opened corridors in the Horn of Africa for Homo sapiens expansion (2018)
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Viehberg, F. A., Just, J., Dean, J. R., Wagner, B., Franz, S. O., Klasen, N., …Schäbitz, F. (2018). Environmental change during MIS4 and MIS 3 opened corridors in the Horn of Africa for Homo sapiens expansion. Quaternary science reviews, 202, 139-153. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.09.008

© 2018 The Authors Archaeological findings, numerical human dispersal models and genome analyses suggest several time windows in the past 200 kyr (thousands of years ago) when anatomically modern humans (AMH) dispersed out of Africa into the Levant a... Read More about Environmental change during MIS4 and MIS 3 opened corridors in the Horn of Africa for Homo sapiens expansion.

Investigating the environmental interpretation of oxygen and carbon isotope data from whole and fragmented bivalve shells (2018)
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Lacey, J., Leng, M., Peckover, E., Dean, J., Wilke, T., Francke, A., …Wagner, B. (2018). Investigating the environmental interpretation of oxygen and carbon isotope data from whole and fragmented bivalve shells. Quaternary science reviews, 194, 55-61. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.06.025

Sclerochronological data from whole bivalve shells have been used extensively to derive palaeoenvironmental information. However, little is known about the relevance of shell fragments more commonly preserved in the sediment record. Here, we investig... Read More about Investigating the environmental interpretation of oxygen and carbon isotope data from whole and fragmented bivalve shells.

A review of the stable isotope bio-geochemistry of the global silicon cycle and its associated trace elements (2018)
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De Souza, G. F., Swann, G. E., Sutton, J. N., André, L., Cardinal, D., Conley, D. J., …Panizzo, V. N. (2018). A review of the stable isotope bio-geochemistry of the global silicon cycle and its associated trace elements. Frontiers in Earth Science, 5, https://doi.org/10.3389/feart.2017.00112

© 2018 Sutton, André, Cardinal, Conley, de Souza, Dean, Dodd, Ehlert, Ellwood, Frings, Grasse, Hendry, Leng, Michalopoulos, Panizzo and Swann. Silicon (Si) is the second most abundant element in the Earth’s crust and is an important nutrient in the o... Read More about A review of the stable isotope bio-geochemistry of the global silicon cycle and its associated trace elements.