Magnetostratigraphic dating of early humans in China

@inproceedings{Zhua2002MagnetostratigraphicDO,
  title={Magnetostratigraphic dating of early humans in China},
  author={Rixiang Zhua and Zhisheng Anb and Richard Pottsc and Kenneth A. Hoffmand},
  year={2002}
}
  • Rixiang Zhua, Zhisheng Anb, +1 author Kenneth A. Hoffmand
  • Published 2002
China is a key area for research into human occupation in the Old World after the initial expansion of early humans out of Africa. Reliable age determinations are pivotal for assessing the patterns of human evolution and dispersal in this region. This paper reviews magnetostratigraphic studies of some early Pleistocene strata bearing hominin remains and/or artifact stone tools from northern to southern China. The quality and reliability of the paleomagnetic dates are also evaluated. New… CONTINUE READING

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