Ecological Scenarios for Human Evolution during the Early and Early Middle Pleistocene in the Western Palaeoarctic ( Quaternary Science

@inproceedings{Carrin2015EcologicalSF,
  title={Ecological Scenarios for Human Evolution during the Early and Early Middle Pleistocene in the Western Palaeoarctic ( Quaternary Science},
  author={Jos{\'e} Miguel Mart{\'i}nez Carri{\'o}n and Chrissie Stringer},
  year={2015}
}
The archaeology of Britain during the early Middle Pleistocene (MIS 19–12) is represented by a number of key sites across eastern and southern England. These sites include Pakefield, Happisburgh 1, High Lodge, Warren Hill, Waverley Wood, Boxgrove, Kent’s Cavern, and Westburysub-Mendip, alongside a ‘background scatter’ lithic record associated with the principal river systems (Bytham, pre-diversion Thames, and Solent) and raised beaches (Westbourne–Arundel). Hominin behaviour can be… CONTINUE READING

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
SHOWING 1-10 OF 163 REFERENCES