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Joint Seminar: Calcium stable isotopes / Middle Pleistocene suid predation

SÉMINAIRE / SEMINAR

Evolution: an international research seminar in Eastern Africa. Paleobiodiversity, paleobiology, prehistory, paleoenvironments (2015-2019)

24ème séance / 24th session:

1- Calcium stable isotopes in paleontology and paleoanthropology
par /by Vincent Balter

2- A possible case of human predation by blunt force cranial trauma on a large suid (Kolpochoerus majus) from Bodo (Middle Pleistocene, Ethiopia): insights from experiments on extant wild boars (Sus scrofa
par /by Antoine Souron

Mercredi 15 mai 2019, 15h-17h / Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 3:00-5:00 pm

Lieu /Venue: Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Meeting Hall (room 308)

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Human-Climate coevolution in the Lake Abhe paleobasin

TERRAIN/FIELDWORK

Lacustrine paleoenvironments and prehistoric occupations in the Lower Awash and Gobaad Valleys:

first steps to understanding Human-Climate coevolution in the Lake Abhe paleobasin, Central Afar

by Carlo Mologni

 

Carlo Mologni is a PhD student at the Université Côte d’Azur, France (UMR 7329 GEOAZUR and UMR 7264 CEPAM), his research focuses on the Lake Abhe paleobasin, Central Afar (Ethiopia, Djibouti). Within the framework of VAPOR-Afar and PSPCA research projects he  investigates sedimentary archives of the basin with a multi-scalar approach. He presents here his recently completed fieldwork that was supported by a CFEE research grant.

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