CLAS-SS: Human Origins, Institute of (IHO)

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Agriculture & Biology

fossils
Hominidae
Ethiopia
South Africa
Homo
Primates
caves
teeth
Pan troglodytes
bones
isotopes
Pongidae
mammals
coasts
Gorilla beringei
Eastern Africa
paleoecology
Gorilla gorilla
Kenya
sampling
Artiodactyla
human behavior
skeleton
fauna
Papio
habitats
phylogeny
climate
valleys
Gorilla
sexual dimorphism
history
Papio anubis
mountains
Bovidae
diet
life history
sediments
Mammalia
cooperatives
Lemuridae
skull
sea level
shellfish
metacarpus
vertebrates
vegetation
animals
stable isotopes
paternity
basins
anthropology
species diversity
community structure
Tanzania
extinction
Haemulidae
Tragelaphus
carbon
carnivores
foraging
testing
Madagascar
methodology
ecosystems
Papio ursinus
grasslands
ungulates
tuff
ecology
community ecology
tectonics
reindeer
prediction
Giraffa
Tachyoryctes
meat
Giraffidae
body size
limbs (animal)
dogs
grasses
Eurasia
biogeography
brain
trajectories
Suidae
Paraguay
vegetation types
Damaliscus
leadership
parenting
Lemur
luminescence
ancestry
interpersonal relationships
rivers
dry environmental conditions
Maghreb
ulna

Earth & Environmental Sciences

fossil
cave
Pleistocene
Pliocene
primate
hominid
bone
Mesolithic
coast
marine isotope stage
tooth
diet
mammal
paleoecology
habitat
fossil record
human behavior
fauna
Paleolithic
sea level
valley
paleoenvironment
skeleton
Africa
phylogenetics
sexual dimorphism
stable isotope
skull
hunter-gatherer
vegetation
cultural history
food
climate
history
cranium
environmental change
carbon isotope
basin
animal
grass
dentition
ancestry
vertebrate
sediment
Mousterian
resource
mountain
taphonomy
brain
hunting
paleoclimate
meat
grassland
phytolith
paleobiology
shellfish
archaeology
life history
enamel
sanction
magnetostratigraphy
tuff
fossil assemblage
turnover
body size
occupation
speleothem
carnivore
trajectory
stratigraphy
national park
limb
Cape Floristic Region
human evolution
cooperative breeding
shoreline
luminescence
ice sheet
ecosystem
fynbos
community structure
ecomorphology
speleology
cooperative behavior
ungulate
excavation
depositional environment
dune
Last Glacial Maximum
collective action
melting
community ecology
human settlement
savanna
governance approach
social participation
new species
river
chronology
fitness

Arts & Humanities

South Africa
Coast
Fossil