Conference: East African Association for Paleoanthropology and Paleontology

CONGRES / CONFERENCE

EAST AFRICAN ASSOCIATION FOR PALEOANTHROPOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY (EAAPP) SIXTH BIENNIAL CONFERENCE

Organized by Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage, in Addis Ababa from July 30th to August 2nd 2017

 

Le congrès 2017 de l’EAAPP a été l’occasion d’une forte présence des chercheurs des missions de paléontologie et de préhistoire du CFEE. Voici la liste des contributions incluant ces auteurs (en gras, les auteurs liés à un projet de recherche du CFEE ; en gras, les titres des communications directement issues des projets de recherche du CFEE).
The EAAPP Congress 2017 was the occasion for a strong presence of researchers from the paleontology and prehistory missions of the CFEE. The following is a list of contributions including these authors (in bold, the authors from a CFEE research project, in bold, the titles of the papers directly from the CFEE research projects).

Programme complet de la conférence ici / Full program here

Abstracts 

  • « The early Acheulean and paleoenvironments at Konso, southern Ethiopia » by Berhane Asfaw1, Yonas Beyene2, Gen Suwa3, Katsuhiro Sano3, Hideo Nakaya4, Shigehiro Katoh5

1 Rift Valley Research Service
2 Association for Conservation of Culture Awassa
3 The University Museum, The University of Tokyo
4 Kagoshima University
5 Hyogo Museum of Nature and Human Activities

  • « Paleoecology and dietary adaptation of Plio-Pleistocene giraffes from Shungura Formation » by Yared Assefa1, Jean-Renaud Boisserie2

1 ARCCH – Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
2 CFEE & IPHEP: Centre Français des Etudes Ethiopiennes; USR CNRS 3137; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia & Institut de
paléoprimatologie, Paléontologie Humaine: Evolution et Paléoenvironnements, CNRS, France

  • « Revealing the Middle Stone Age of the Middle Awash » by Yonas Beyene1, Yonatan Sahle2, Berhane Asfaw3, Stanley H. Ambrose4, Tim D. White5, Giday WoldeGabriel6

1 Association for the Conservation of Culture (ACC), Ethiopia
2 DFG Center for Advanced Studies University of Tübingen, Germany
3 Rift Valley Research Service, Ethiopia
4 Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois, USA
5 Human Evolution Research Center, The University of California at Berkeley, USA
6 Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos, USA
Revealing the Middle Stone Age of the Middle Awash

  • « Investigating faunal evolution in the Shungura Formation, Turkana Basin, south-western Ethiopia » by Jean-Renaud Boisserie1

1 CFEE & IPHEP: Centre Français des Etudes Ethiopiennes; USR CNRS 3137; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia & Institut de
paléoprimatologie, Paléontologie Humaine: Evolution et Paléoenvironnements, CNRS, France

  • « The endostructural bony organization at the distal humerus: do Paranthropus and early Homo differ? » by Marine Cazenave1,2, Jose Braga 2,3, Anna Ottle1,4, John Francis Thackeray5, Frikkie de Beer6, Jakobus Hoffman7, Metasebia Endalamaw8, Blade Engda Redae8, Roberto Macchiarelli 9,10

1 Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria, South Africa;
2 Computer-assisted Palaeoanthropology Team, CNRS-Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France
3 Evolutionary Studies Institute, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
4 Department of Anatomy and Histology, School of Medicine, Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, South
Africa
5 Evolutionary Studies Institute, University of the Witwatersrand South Africa
6 South African Nuclear Energy Corporation, South Africa
7 South African Nuclear Energy Corporation, South Africa
8 Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage (ARCCH), Ethiopia
9 UMR 7194 CNRS-Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, France
10 Unité de Formation Géosciences, Université de Poitiers, France

  • « The Omo-Shungura archeological record: preliminary results of on-going research » by  Anne Delagnes1, Tiphaine Maurin2, Pascal Bertran3, Jean-Renaud Boisserie4

1 PACEA, CNRS/University of Bordeaux, France
2 Université de Bordeaux/PACEA, France
3 Institut national de recherches archéologiques preventives, France
4 CFEE & IPHEP: Centre Français des Etudes Ethiopiennes; USR CNRS 3137; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia & Institut de
paléoprimatologie, Paléontologie Humaine: Evolution et Paléoenvironnements, CNRS, France

  • « New data on morphological and dietary evolution of Elephas recki from the Shungura Formation (Lower Omo, Ethiopia) » by Tomas Getachew1, Jean-Renaud Boisserie2

1 ARCCH – Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Ethiopia
2 CFEE & IPHEP: Centre Français des Etudes Ethiopiennes; USR CNRS 3137; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia & Institut de
paléoprimatologie, Paléontologie Humaine: Evolution et Paléoenvironnements, CNRS, France

  • « Suid remains from two early Homo sites: Ledi-Geraru, Gurumaha Fault Block, Lee Adoyta, and Makaamitalu, Busidima Formation (Afar, Ethiopia) » by Ignacio A. Lazagabaster1, Antoine Souron2

1 Institute of Human Origins, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University, USA
2 University of Bordeaux, France

  • « Variability of backed pieces in the Horn of Africa during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene » by Alice Leplongeon1, Clement Menard2

1 McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, UK and Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, France
2 University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès, France

  • « Faunal signal and Oldowan occupation: spatial analysis of faunal composition of Member E and Member F of the Shungura Formation » by Tiphaine Maurin1, Emmanuel Fara2, Anne Delagnes1, Jean-Renaud Boisserie3

1 Université de Bordeaux/PACEA, France
2 Laboratoire Biogéosciences (UMR CNRS), France
3 CFEE & IPHEP: Centre Français des Etudes Ethiopiennes; USR CNRS 3137; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia & Institut de
paléoprimatologie, Paléontologie Humaine: Evolution et Paléoenvironnements, CNRS, France

  • « New Kolpochoerus remains from the Shungura Formation, Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia: implications for the systematics and paleobiogeography of the genus and its use in biostratigraphy »  by  Antoine Souron1, Jean-Renaud Boisserie 2, 3

1 PACEA, UMR CNRS 5199, Université de Bordeaux, France
2 CFEE & IPHEP: Centre Français des Etudes Ethiopiennes; USR CNRS 3137; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia & Institut de
paléoprimatologie, Paléontologie Humaine: Evolution et Paléoenvironnements, CNRS, France
3 Ambassade de France, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

  • « The revised chronology and fauna of the Chorora Formation, Ethiopia » by Gen Suwa1, Yonas Beyene2, Shigehiro Katoh3, Katsuhiro Sano1, Tomohiko Sasaki1, Berhane Asfaw4

1 The University Museum, The University of Tokyo, Japan
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2 Association for Conservation of Culture Awassa, Ethiopia
3 Hyogo Museum of Nature and Human Activities, Japan
4 Rift Valley Research Service, Ethiopia

  • « Challenges and opportunities in managing and preserving paleoanthropological heritage in the Middle Awash study area » by Tim D. White1, Giday Wolde Gabriel2, Berhane Asfaw3, Yonas Beyene4, William K. Hart5, Paul Renne6, Elizabeth Niespolo6,7

1 Human Evolution Research Center, The University of California at Berkeley, USA
2 EES-14/MS D462 Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
3 Rift Valley Research Service, Ethiopia
4 Association for the Conservation of Culture (ACC), Ethiopia
5 Geology and Environmental Earth Science, Miami University, USA
6 Berkeley Geochronology Center, USA
7 Earth and Planetary Science Department, The University of California at Berkeley, USA.

  • « Seasonal variation of d13C and d18O in extant African suid enamel and its implications for fossil suid diets and paleoecology of hominin fossil sites » by Deming Yang1, Kevin T. Uno2

1 Interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Anthropological Sciences, Stony Brook University, USA
2 Division of Biology and Paleo Environment, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, USA


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