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Relevance of the eastern African coastal forest for early hominin biogeography

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Relevance of the eastern African coastal forest for early hominin biogeography. / Joordens, Josephine C. A.; Feibel, Craig S.; Vonhof, Hubert B.; Schulp, Anne S.; Kroon, Dick.

In: Journal of Human Evolution, Vol. 131, 01.06.2019, p. 176-202.

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Joordens, JCA, Feibel, CS, Vonhof, HB, Schulp, AS & Kroon, D 2019, 'Relevance of the eastern African coastal forest for early hominin biogeography', Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 131, pp. 176-202. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhevol.2019.03.012

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Joordens, J. C. A., Feibel, C. S., Vonhof, H. B., Schulp, A. S., & Kroon, D. (2019). Relevance of the eastern African coastal forest for early hominin biogeography. Journal of Human Evolution, 131, 176-202. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhevol.2019.03.012

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Joordens JCA, Feibel CS, Vonhof HB, Schulp AS, Kroon D. Relevance of the eastern African coastal forest for early hominin biogeography. Journal of Human Evolution. 2019 Jun 1;131:176-202. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhevol.2019.03.012

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Joordens, Josephine C. A. ; Feibel, Craig S. ; Vonhof, Hubert B. ; Schulp, Anne S. ; Kroon, Dick. / Relevance of the eastern African coastal forest for early hominin biogeography. In: Journal of Human Evolution. 2019 ; Vol. 131. pp. 176-202.