Advanced computer modelling of hominin dispersal from Africa: integrating archaeological and palaeoclimatic simulations

Paul Valdes, Steven Mithen, Bruce Sellwood, John Hughes, Sam Smith, Alan Haywood, 2007

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Paul Valdes, Steven Mithen, Bruce Sellwood, John Hughes, Sam Smith, Alan Haywood (2007) Advanced computer modelling of hominin dispersal from Africa: integrating archaeological and palaeoclimatic simulations [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000212

Advanced computer modelling of hominin dispersal from Africa: integrating archaeological and palaeoclimatic simulations

Location World regionAfrica
World regionAsia
World regionContinental Europe
TGNWorld, Europe [1000003]
TGNWorld, Africa [7001242]
TGNWorld, Asia [1000004]
Grid reference Latitude longitude
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77.9804882547
-19.86191206 145.75309687
-35.36920824
Subject Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsHomo erectus
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsClimatology
Period MIDASPrehistoric
Project dates Created From01-NOV-2004
Created To01-NOV-2006
First Released27-JUN-2007
Last Modified27-JUN-2007
Related information Associated PublicationJ.K. Hughes, A. Haywood, S.J. Mithen, B.W. Sellwood, P.J. Valdes (In Press) Investigating Early Hominin Dispersal Patterns : developing a framework for climate data integration. Journal Of Human Evolution.
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