Recent Publications

A TEM study of exsolution in Ca-rich pyroxenes from the Paris and Renazzo chondrites: Determination of type I chondrule cooling rates. Doi: 10.1111/maps.13032

Priscille Cuvillier, Noël Chaumard, Hugues Leroux, Brigitte Zanda, Roger H. Hewins, Damien Jacob, Bertrand Devouard. (2018)

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Early hominins in Europe: The Galerian migration hypothesis.

Muttoni, G., G. Scardia, and D. V. Kent (2018)

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Thermal History of CBb Chondrules and Cooling Rate Distributions of Ejecta Plumes.

Roger Hewins, Claire Condie, Melissa Morris, Mark Richardson, Nicolas
Oullette, and Matthew Metcalf. (2018)

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Inferred pseudo-cryptic speciation in the coccolithophore species Braarudosphaera bigelowii (Gran and Braarud) during the Early Paleocene (Danian).

Julia Criscione, David Bord, Linda Godfrey, Marie-Pierre Aubry (2017)

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Gradual or abrupt? Changes in water source of Lake Turkana (Kenya) during the African Humid Period inferred from Sr isotope ratios.

H.J.L. van der Lubbe, J. Krause-Nehring, A. Junginger, Y. Garcin, J.C.A. Joordens,G.R. Davies, C. Beck, C.S. Feibel, T.C. Johnson, H.B. Vonhof 

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The oldest predaceous water bugs (Insecta, Heteroptera, Belostomatidae), with implications for paleolimnology of the Triassic Cow Branch Formation. Doi: 10.1017/jpa.2017.48

Julia Criscione, and David Grimaldi (2017)

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Crevasse-splay and associated depositional environments of the hominin-bearing lower Okote Member, Koobi Fora Formation (Plio-Pleistocene), Kenya. Doi: 10.1002/dep2.31


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Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction of Dongodien, Lake Turkana, Kenya and OSL Dating of Site Occupation During Late Holocene Climate Change. DOI 10.1007/s10437-017-9260-4

Gail M. Ashley, E. K. Ndiema, J. Q. G. Spencer, J. W. K. Harris, A.W. Kiura, L. Dibble, A. Du, P. T. Lordan (2017)

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What limits photosynthetic energy conversion efficiency in nature? Lessons from the oceans.

By:  Paul G. Falkowski, Hanzhi Lin, and Maxim Y. Gorbunov (2017)

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New infant cranium from the African Miocene sheds light on ape evolution. Doi:10.1038/nature23456

Isaiah Nengo, Paul Tafforeau, Christopher C. Gilbert, John G. Fleagle, Ellen R. Miller, Craig Feibel, David L. Fox, Josh Feinberg, Kelsey D. Pugh, Camille Berruyer, Sara Mana, Zachary Engle & Fred Spoor (2017)

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