Andrew Du
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Primate archaeology
M Haslam, A Hernandez-Aguilar, V Ling, S Carvalho, I De La Torre, ...
Nature 460 (7253), 339-344, 2009
Holocene shifts in the assembly of plant and animal communities implicate human impacts
SK Lyons, KL Amatangelo, AK Behrensmeyer, A Bercovici, JL Blois, ...
Nature 529 (7584), 80-83, 2016
A framework for evaluating the influence of climate, dispersal limitation, and biotic interactions using fossil pollen associations across the late Quaternary
JL Blois, NJ Gotelli, AK Behrensmeyer, JT Faith, SK Lyons, JW Williams, ...
Ecography 37 (11), 1095-1108, 2014
Pleistocene footprints show intensive use of lake margin habitats by Homo erectus groups
NT Roach, KG Hatala, KR Ostrofsky, B Villmoare, JS Reeves, A Du, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
Pattern and process in hominin brain size evolution are scale-dependent
A Du, AM Zipkin, KG Hatala, E Renner, JL Baker, S Bianchi, KH Bernal, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1873), 20172738, 2018
Ecological fidelity of functional traits based on species presence-absence in a modern mammalian bone assemblage (Amboseli, Kenya)
JH Miller, AK Behrensmeyer, A Du, SK Lyons, D Patterson, A Tóth, ...
Paleobiology 40 (4), 560-583, 2014
The measurement of taxonomic evenness in zooarchaeology
JT Faith, A Du
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 10 (6), 1419-1428, 2018
Plio-Pleistocene decline of African megaherbivores: No evidence for ancient hominin impacts
JT Faith, J Rowan, A Du, PL Koch
Science 362 (6417), 938-941, 2018
Early hominins evolved within non-analog ecosystems
JT Faith, J Rowan, A Du
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (43), 21478-21483, 2019
Stable carbon isotopes from paleosol carbonate and herbivore enamel document differing paleovegetation signals in the eastern African Plio-Pleistocene
A Du, JR Robinson, J Rowan, IA Lazagabaster, AK Behrensmeyer
Review of palaeobotany and palynology 261, 41-52, 2019
Reorganization of surviving mammal communities after the end-Pleistocene megafaunal extinction
AB Tóth, SK Lyons, WA Barr, AK Behrensmeyer, JL Blois, R Bobe, ...
Science 365 (6459), 1305-1308, 2019
Paleoenvironmental reconstruction of Dongodien, Lake Turkana, Kenya and OSL dating of site occupation during late Holocene climate change
GM Ashley, EK Ndiema, JQG Spencer, JWK Harris, PW Kiura, L Dibble, ...
African Archaeological Review 34 (3), 345-362, 2017
Pleistocene animal communities of a 1.5 million-year-old lake margin grassland and their relationship to Homo erectus paleoecology
NT Roach, A Du, KG Hatala, KR Ostrofsky, JS Reeves, DR Braun, ...
Journal of human evolution 122, 70-83, 2018
Evidence for shifting base levels and climatic vs. tectonic controls on the fossil record of the Okote Member, Koobi Fora Formation, East Turkana
AK Behrensmeyer, A Du, A Villasenor, DB Patterson, BG Richmond, ...
Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Baltimore, MD, 2016
Pleistocene footprints show intensive use of lake margin habitats by Homo erectus groups. Sci Rep 6: 26374
NT Roach, KG Hatala, KR Ostrofsky, B Villmoare, JS Reevers, A Du, ...
Statistical estimates of hominin origination and extinction dates: A case study examining the Australopithecus anamensis–afarensis lineage
A Du, J Rowan, SC Wang, BA Wood, Z Alemseged
Journal of human evolution 138, 102688, 2020
Diversity analysis of Plio-Pleistocene large mammal communities in the Omo-Turkana Basin, eastern Africa
A Du, Z Alemseged
Journal of Human Evolution 124, 25-39, 2018
Spatial, temporal and taxonomic scaling of richness in an eastern African large mammal community
A Du, AK Behrensmeyer
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (9), 1031-1042, 2018
Addressing the effects of sampling on ecometric-based paleoenvironmental reconstructions
JT Faith, A Du, J Rowan
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 528, 175-185, 2019
Temporal evidence shows Australopithecus sediba is unlikely to be the ancestor of Homo
A Du, Z Alemseged
Science advances 5 (5), eaav9038, 2019
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