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Academic Article Combining isotopic and ecomorphological data to refine bovid paleodietary reconstruction: a case study from the Makapansgat Limeworks hominin locality.
Academic Article Stable isotopes in fossil hominin tooth enamel suggest a fundamental dietary shift in the Pliocene.
Academic Article The diets of early hominins.
Academic Article Dental microwear and stable isotopes inform the paleoecology of extinct hominins.
Academic Article Do "savanna" chimpanzees consume C4 resources?
Academic Article Contributions of biogeochemistry to understanding hominin dietary ecology.
Academic Article Isotopic evidence for dietary variability in the early hominin Paranthropus robustus.
Academic Article Tracking changing environments using stable carbon isotopes in fossil tooth enamel: an example from the South African hominin sites.
Academic Article Indications of habitat association of Australopithecus robustus in the Bloubank Valley, South Africa.
Academic Article The confounding effects of source isotopic heterogeneity on consumer-diet and tissue-tissue stable isotope relationships.
Academic Article Stable isotope analysis in primatology: a critical review.
Academic Article Isotopic evidence for an early shift to C4 resources by Pliocene hominins in Chad.
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Academic Article Using the stable carbon and nitrogen isotope compositions of vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) to examine questions in ethnoprimatology.
Academic Article Seasonal and habitat effects on the nutritional properties of savanna vegetation: Potential implications for early hominin dietary ecology.
Academic Article Dietary trends in herbivores from the Shungura Formation, southwestern Ethiopia.
Academic Article Intrataxonomic trends in herbivore enamel d13C are decoupled from ecosystem woody cover.

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