Dental Perspectives on Human Evolution: State of the Art Research in Dental Paleoanthropology by Shara E. Bailey

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  • Computer vision,
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  • Human anatomy,
  • Social sciences

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Statementedited by Shara E. Bailey, Jean-Jacques Hublin
SeriesVertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology
ContributionsHublin, Jean-Jacques, SpringerLink (Online service)
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Open LibraryOL25558369M
ISBN 109781402058448, 9781402058455

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The evolution of life history (pace of growth and reproduction) was crucial to ancient hominin adaptations. The study of dental development facilitates assessment of growth and development in fossil hominins with greater precision than other skeletal analyses.

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Bailey Created Date: 7/31/ PM. This book shows what fossil hominin teeth can tell us about human evolution, integrating the latest research insights with current debates and issues in palaeoanthropology.

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Research-wise it was a very productive year. Through an NYU Research Challenge grant I was able to travel to East (Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia) and South Africa to collect dental data for my book “The Evolution of the Human Dentition” (Cambridge University Press).

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Her broader research interests include primate and human evolution, evolutionary theory, life history and paleolithic archaeology. She has conducted fieldwork in Europe and Africa and is currently directing paleoanthropological research in Northern Greece. Her work has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA.

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"Evolution's Bite combines personal anecdotes from Ungar’s own career with vivid historical accounts of the work of some of the pioneers in the fields of paleoanthropology, primatology, dental functional anatomy, and paleoclimatology [W]ritten in an easy-to-read style."—K.

Christopher Beard, Science "I dug [Evolution's Bite]. Sink. Paleoanthropologist Rick Potts heads the Smithsonian’s Human Origins Program and holds the Peter Buck Chair in Human Origins at the National Museum of Natural History.

Since joining the Smithsonian inRick has dedicated his research to piecing together the record of Earth’s environmental change and human adaptation. His ideas on how human evolution responded to environmental. "Peter Ungar’s absorbing new book, Evolution’s Bite: A Story of Teeth, Diet, and Human Origins, is a welcome journey through the evolutionary history of these remarkable structures It’s a popular science book for sure, but everyone from seasoned paleontologists to the informed layperson will enjoy it.

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The largest measured between to m (4 to 5 ft) in length.In Evolution's Bite, noted paleoanthropologist Peter Ungar brings together for the first time cutting-edge advances in understanding human evolution and climate change Our teeth are like living fossils that can be studied and compared to those of our ancestors to teach us how we became human.4/5.Homo floresiensis is an extinct, diminutive hominin species discovered in the Late Pleistocene deposits of Liang Bua cave, Flores, eastern Indonesia.

The nature and evolutionary origins of H. floresiensis’ unique physical characters have been intensively debated. Based on extensive comparisons using linear metric analyses, crown contour analyses, and other trait-by-trait morphological.

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