Bibliographie du dossier - Géochronique n°142

Divergence hommes - grands singes : apport de la génétique (Laure Ségurel)

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Géochimie et environnements des premiers hominidés du Mio-Pliocène (Loïc Ségalen)

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La diversité des Australopithèques (Dominique Gommery)

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Emergence, diversité et expansion des premiers hommes hors d’Afrique (Sandrine Prat)

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Depuis les îles, Homo erectus nous interroge à travers le temps (Dominique Grimaud-Hervé, Florent Détroit, François Sémah)

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Homo sapiens & co : qu’appelle-t-on homme moderne ? (Bruno Maureille)

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Une histoire de l’outillage… (Marie-Hélène Moncel)

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Herisson D., M. Brenet, D. Cliquet, M-H. Moncel, J. Richter, B. Scott, A. Van Baelen, K. Di Modica, D. De Loecker, N. Ashton, L. Bourguignon, A. Delagnes, J.-P. Faivre, M. Folgado-Lopez; J.-L. Locht, M. Pope, J.-P. Raynal, W. Roebroeks, C. Santagata, A. Turq, P. Van Peer (2016) – The Emergence of the Middle Palaeolithic in north-western Europe and its southern fringes. Quaternary International, 411 (Part A), p. 233-283.

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