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Mammalian remains in a Palaeolithic context

@inproceedings{Kolfschoten1996MammalianRI,
  title={Mammalian remains in a Palaeolithic context},
  author={T. Kolfschoten and V{\'a}n},
  year={1996}
}
  • T. Kolfschoten, Ván
  • Published 1996
  • Geography
  • Palaeolithic industries are often associated with fossil mammalian remains which can inform us nol only on the subsistence of our Palaeolithic ancestors but can also be used for a reconstruction of the palaeoenvironment and for relative dating of the Palaeolithic sites. The applicability of fossil mammals to a reconstruction of she palaeoenvironment is however hampered by a number of restrictions. The distribution of homoithermic mammals depends more on food than on external temperatures… CONTINUE READING
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