An ecomorphological model of the initial hominid dispersal from Africa.

@article{Antn2002AnEM,
  title={An ecomorphological model of the initial hominid dispersal from Africa.},
  author={Susan C. Ant{\'o}n and William R Leonard and Marcia L. Robertson},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={2002},
  volume={43 6},
  pages={
          773-85
        }
}
We use new data on the timing and extent of the early Pleistocene dispersal of Homo erectus to estimate diffusion coefficients of early Homo from Africa. These diffusion coefficients indicate more rapid and efficient dispersals than those calculated for fossil Macaca sp., Theropithecus darti, and Mesopithecus pentelicus. Increases in home range size associated with changes in ecology, hominid body size, and possibly foraging strategy may underlay these differences in dispersal efficiency… CONTINUE READING
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