Category: Evolution

BEAUDET Amélie
– Department –
Archaeology
– Univ. Cambridge –
(UK)

Amélie BEAUDET Lecturer Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge (UK) beaudet.amelie[at]gmail.com Personal page Expertises / Field to study Evolution Paleoanthropology Paleontology Countries of activity in the Rift Bostwana Malawi Mozambique GDR Rift Research theme The Rift heritages Training / Education Search for GDR Rift members by Institute / Laboratory / Other Expertises / Field of…
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BOISSERIE Jean-Renaud
– INEE UMR 7262 –
PALEVOPRIM
– Univ. Poitiers –


Jean-Renaud BOISSERIE CNRS senior Researcher INEE, UMR 7262 PALEVOPRIM Université de Poitiers jean.renaud.boisserie[at]univ-poitiers.fr Personal page I study the evolutionary history of extinct large mammals, their impact on their fossil ecosystems, and the factors that shaped their paleobiology and ecological niches. In particular I work in the Lower Omo Valley, with the multidisciplinary team Omo Group…
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DENYS Christiane
– INEE UMR 7205 –
ISYEB
– MNHN, Paris –


Christiane DENYS Professor INEE, UMR 7205, ISYEB, Institut de Systématique, Evolution, Biodiversité MNHN, Paris christiane.denys[at]mnhn.fr Personal page Plio-Pleistocene rodents evolution in Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia and palaeoenvironmental analyses. Taphonomic studies of small mammals assemblages from modern owl and diurnal raptors pellets (establishement of a reference collection). Expertises / Field of study Evolution Paleoenvironment Paleontology Countries of…
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FOURVEL Jean-Baptiste
– INEE UMR 7269 –
LAMPEA
– Aix-en-Provence –


Jean-Baptiste FOURVEL CNRS Researcher INEE, UMR 7269 LAMPEA, Laboratoire Méditerranéen de Préhistoire Europe Afrique Aix-en-Provence jbfourvel[at]yahoo.com Personal page My research addresses the role of predation and competition pressure between hominin and carnivore and their fundamental roles in the evolution of the paleoecological status of Hominins (from prey and opportunistic collector to predator). My research fields…
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GROHÉ Camille
– INEE UMR 7262 –
PALEVOPRIM
– Univ. Poitiers –


Camille GROHÉ Postdoctoral Researcher INEE, UMR 7262 PALEVOPRIM, Université de Poitiers camille.grohe[at]univ-poitiers.fr Personal page I study fossil pollen and phytoliths as paleobotanical markers of past vegetation in order to reconstruct paleovegetations associated with Mio-Pliocene and Pleistocene hominins in Central and East Africa. Expertises / Field to study Evolution Paleontology Countries of activity in the Rift…
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GUY Franck
– INEE UMR 7262 –
PALEVOPRIM
– Univ. Poitiers –


Franck GUY CNRS Researcher INEE, UMR 7262 PALEVOPRIM Université de Poitiers franck.guy[at]univ-poitiers.fr Personal page Expertises / Field of study Evolution Paleoanthropology Paleoecology Countries of activity in the Rift Ethiopia GDR Rift research theme The Rift heritages Systems dynamics Natural resources Search for GDR Rift members by Institute / Laboratory / Other Expertises / Field of…
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MARCHAL François
– INEE UMR 7268 –
ADES
– Univ. Aix-Marseille –
CNRS / EFS

François MARCHAL CNRS Researcher INEE, UMR 7268 ADES Université Aix-Marseille / CNRS / EFS francois.marchal@univ-amu.fr Personal page Palaeoanthropological mission (Fejej, Turkana, Ethiopia), “dormant”. Excavation of an Oldowayan level, palaeoanthropological surveys, study of the Hominin fossils. Expertises / Field of study Evolution Paleoanthropology Prehistory Countries of activity in the Rift Ethiopia GDR Rift research theme The…
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PRAT Sandrine
– INEE UMR 7194 –
HNHP PaléoFED
– MNHN, Paris –


Sandrine PRAT CNRS senior Researcher INEE, UMR 7194 HNHP PaléoFED, MNHN, Paris sandrine.prat[at]mnhn.fr Personal page My research focuses on the morphological diversity of Pliocene hominins and the emergence of our genus (the genus Homo) from a taxonomic and phylogenetic perspective, the relationship between hominins and material culture, and the dynamics of settlement both between East…
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SOURON Antoine
– INEE UMR 5199 –
PACEA
– Univ. Bordeaux –


Antoine SOURON INEE, UMR 5199 PACEA, Université de Bordeaux antoine.souron[at]u-bordeaux.fr Personal page Data gained from the systematics, phylogeny, ecology and biogeography of extant and fossil African mammals (Neogene and Quaternary) are applied to two research foci: 1) reconstructing the temporal, environmental, and biogeographic context of human evolution using contemporaneous suids, hippopotamids, and cercopithecids; 2) understanding…
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