Publications

 

Bobe, René, and Carvalho, Susana (2018). The decline of Africa’s largest mammals: Did hominins play a role in the loss of megaherbivores? Science, 362, 5-6.

 

Martinez F.I., Capelli C., Ferreira da Silva J.M., Aldeias V., Alemseged Z., Archer W., Bamford M., Biro D., Bobe R. Braun D.R., Cunha E., Habermann J., Luedecke T., Madiquida H., Mathe J. Negash E., Paulo L.M., Pinto M., Stalmans M., Tátá F, Carvalho S. (Accepted). A missing piece of the Papio puzzle: Gorongosa baboon phenostructure and intrageneric relationships. Journal of Human Evolution.

 

Bobe R., Carvalho S*. (Accepted). High hominin diversity and environmental variability in the Okote Member, Koobi Fora Formation, Kenya. Journal of Human Evolution.

 

Proffitt, T., et al. & Luncz, L. (In press). Revisiting Panda 100, the first archaeological chimpanzee nut-cracking site. Journal of Human Evolution

 

Carvalho S., Beardmore-herd M. (In press). Technological origins: Primate perspectives and Early hominin tool use. Oxford Encyclopaedia of African History. Springer.

 

Thompson J., Carvalho S., Marean C., Alemseged Z. (In press). The origins of the human predatory pattern: The transition to large animal exploitation by early hominins. Current Anthropology.

 

Püschel, T.A., Marcé-Nogué, J., Gladman, J.T., Bobe, R., Sellers, W.I. (2018). Inferring locomotor behaviours in Miocene New World monkeys using finite element analysis, geometric morphometrics and machine-learning classification techniques applied to talar morphology. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 15 (146) 10.1098/rsif.2018.0520.

 

Tibble L. & Carvalho S. (2018). Rethinking the evolution of property and possession: A review and methodological propositionEvolutionary Anthropology, 1-12.

 

Habermann J., Alemseged Z., Aldeias V., Archer W., Bamford M., Biro D., Braun D.R., Capelli C., Cunha E., Ferreira da Silva M.J., Luedecke T., Madiquida H., Martinez F., Mathe J., Negash E., Paulo L.M., Pinto M., Stalmans M., Tatá F., Wynn J., Bobe R. , Carvalho S. (2018). Gorongosa by the sea: first fossil sites from the Urema Rift and their coastal paleoenvironmental and paleoecological contexts. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Online early view

 

Mendonça, R., Dahl C., Carvalho S., Matsuzawa T., Adachi I. (2018). Clear prosocial choice by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and its social determinants. PeerJ, 6:e5315

 

Proffitt T.,Luncz L.V., Malaivijitnond S., Gumert M., Svensson M., Haslam M. (2018): Analysis of wild macaque stone tools used to crack oil palm nuts.Royal Society Open Science,DOI: 10.1098/rsos.171904.

 

Luncz L.V., Sirianni G., Mundry R., Boesch C. (2018): Costly culture: differences in nut-cracking efficiency between wild chimpanzee groups. Animal Behaviour, 137:63-73.

 

Pereira, T., Paixão E., Carvalho, V., Carvalho, S., Gomes, T. (2017). Raw material diversity, distribution and acquisition in the river Lis basin, central Portugal. In: T. Pereira, X. Terradas, N. Bicho (eds).; Raw materials exploitation in Prehistory: sourcing, processing and distribution, Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pp. 16-29.

 

Schofield, D., McGrew, W., Takahashi, A., Hirata S. (2017)Cumulative culture in nonhumans: overlooked findings from Japanese monkeys? Primates, 1-10.

 

Campbell, R. & Carvalho, S . ( 2017). Tool use and manufacture in the last common ancestor of Pan and Homo. In: Muller M., Wrangham R., Pilbeam D. (Eds.), Chimpanzees and Human Evolution . Harvard University Press. ISBN 9780674967953.

 

Luncz, L., Amanda Tan, Michael Haslam, Lars Kulik, Tomos Proffitt, Suchinda Malaivijitnond, Michael Gumert. (2017). Resource depletion through primate stone technologyeLife.

 

Almeida-Warren, K., Sommer, V., Piel, A. and Pascual-Garrido, A. (2017) Raw material procurement for termite fishing tools by wild chimpanzees in the Issa valley, western Tanzania. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Early view).

 

Patterson, D., Braun, D., Behrensmeyer, A.K., Merritt, S., Zliobaite, I., Reeves, J., Wood, B., Fortelius, M., Bobe, R. (2017).Ecosystem evolution and hominin paleobiology at East Turkana, northern Kenya between 2.0 and 1.4 Ma. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 481: 1-13.

 

Luncz L., Svensson M., Haslam M., Malaivijitnond S., Proffitt T., Gumert M. (2017): Technological response of wild macaques (Macaca fascicularisto anthropogenic change.International Journal of Primatology, doi: 10.1007/s10764-017-9985-6.

 

Luncz L., Haslam M.: Latent solutions` are untestable for early stone tools (2017): Current Anthropology, doi: 10.1086/693846 (comments).

 

Carvalho S(2016). Standing on the shoulders of giants: The contribution of Claudia Sousa for the foundation of primate archaeology. In: Fernandes M, Frazão-Moreira A, Hockings K. J, Alves Cardoso F. (Eds.) Special issue: Apes, People and Nature. The legacy of Cláudia Sousa. Etnográfica 20 (3): 648-652.

 

McGrew W. C., Baehren L. (2016). “Parting is such sweet sorrow”, but only for humans? Human Ethology Bulletin 31, 4: 5-14.

 

Bobe, R.(2016). Paleontology. Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology. John L. Jackson, Editor. Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199766567-0141.

 

Fortelius, M., Zliobaite, I., Kaya, F., Bibi, F., Bobe, R., Leakey, L., Leakey, M., Patterson, D., Rannikko, J., Werdelin, L. (2016). An ecometric analysis of the fossil mammal record of the Turkana BasinPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 371,20150232. DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2015.0232.

 

Phillips CA, O’Connell T. (2016). Fecal carbon and nitrogen isotopic analysis as an indicator of diet in Kanyawara chimpanzees, Kibale National Park, Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, DOI 10.1002/ajpa.23073.

 

Hockings J.K., Bryson-Morrison N.,Carvalho S., Fujisawa M., Humle T., McGrew W.C., Nakamura M., Ohashi G., Yamanashi Y., Yamakoshi G., Matsuzawa T. (2015). Tools to tipple: Ethanol ingestion by wild chimpanzees using leaf-sponges. Royal Society Open Scie 2: 150150.

 

Benito-Calvo A.*, Carvalho S.*(*shared first authorship, Arroyo A., Matsuzawa T., de la Torre I. (2015). First GIS analysis of modern stone tools used by wild chimpanzees in Bossou, Guinea, West Africa. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0121613. doi:10.1371.

 

Hockings K.J., McLennan M.R., Carvalho S., Ancrenaz M., Bobe R., Byrne R., Dunbar R.I.M., Matsuzawa T., McGrew W.C., Wood B., Wrangham R., Hill C.M. (2015). Apes in the Anthropocene: Adaptation & Survival.Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 30 (4): 215-222.

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