Research on late Pliocene Oldowan sites at Kanjera South, Kenya.

@article{Plummer1999ResearchOL,
  title={Research on late Pliocene Oldowan sites at Kanjera South, Kenya.},
  author={Thomas Plummer and Laura C. Bishop and Peter Ditchfield and Jason F Hicks},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={1999},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={151-70}
}
The late Pliocene is notable for the appearance of two new hominid genera as well as the first archaeological sites, generally attributed to the Oldowan Industrial Complex. However, the behavioral ecology of Oldowan hominids has been little explored, particularly at sites older than 2.0 Ma. Moreover, debates on Oldowan hominid foraging ecology and behavior have centered on data from only two regions, and often from single site levels. Here we describe the preliminary results of our… CONTINUE READING
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