By Christopher J. Norton, David R. Braun
This quantity brings jointly a gaggle of authors that deal with the query of the 1st out of Africa into Asia c. 2 Ma. The scope of the e-book is complete because it covers virtually each significant quarter of Asia. the first objective of this quantity is to supply an up to date synthesis of the present kingdom of the Asian paleoanthropological and paleoenvironmental files. Papers contain unique reviews of the theoretical constructs underlying the circulate out of Africa, together with exact reconstructions of the paleoenvironment and attainable migration routes. different papers aspect the Plio-Pleistocene archaeological and hominin fossil documents of specific regions.
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