Browsing Lee Berger Collection by Author "Meyer, M.R."

Browsing Lee Berger Collection by Author "Meyer, M.R."

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  • Berger, L.R.; Hawks, J; de Ruiter, D.J; Wei, P.; Zipfel, B.; Churchill, S.E.; Schmid, P.; Delezene, L.K.; Kivell, T.L.; Garvin, H.M.; Williams, S.A.; DeSilva, J.M.; Skinner, M.M.; Musiba, C.M.; Cameron, N.; Holliday, T.W.; Harcourt-Smith, W.; Ackermann, R.R.; Bastir, M.; Bogin, B.; Bolter, D.; Brophy, J.; Cofran, Z.D.; Congdon, K.A.; Deane, A.S.; Dembo, M.; Drapeau, M.; Elliott, M.C.; Feuerriegel, E.M.; Garcia-Martinez, D.; Green, D.J.; Gurtov, A.; Irish, J.D.; Kruger, A.; Laird, M.F.; Marchi, D.; Meyer, M.R.; Nalla, S.; Negash, E.W.; Orr, C.M.; Radovcic, D.; Schroeder, L.; Scott, J.E.; Throckmorton, Z.; Tocheri, M.W.; VanSickle, C.; Walker, C.S. (eLife Sciences Publications Ltd, 2015-09)
    Homo naledi is a previously-unknown species of extinct hominin discovered within the Dinaledi Chamber of the Rising Star cave system, Cradle of Humankind, South Africa. This species is characterized by body mass and stature ...
  • Hawks, J.; Elliott, M.; Schmid, P.; Churchill, S.E.; de Ruiter, D.J.; Roberts, E.M.; Hilbert-Wolf, H.; Garvin, H.M.; Williams, S.A.; Delezene, L.K.; Feuerriegel, E.M.; Randolph-Quinney, P.; Kivell, T.L.; Laird, M.F.; Tawane, G.; DeSilva, J.M.; Bailey, S.E.; Brophy, J.K.; Meyer, M.R.; Skinner, M.M.; Tocheri, M.W.; VanSickle, C.; Walker, C.S.; Campbell, T.L.; Kuhn, B.; Kruger, A.; Tucker, S.; Gurtov, A.; Hlophe, N.; Hunter, R.; Morris, H.; Peixotto, B.; Ramalepa, M.; van Rooyen, D.; Tsikoane, M.; Boshoff, P.; Dirks, P.H.G.M.; Berger, L.R. (eLife Sciences Publications Ltd, 2017-05)
    The Rising Star cave system has produced abundant fossil hominin remains within the Dinaledi Chamber, representing a minimum of 15 individuals attributed to Homo naledi. Further exploration led to the discovery of hominin ...
  • Randolph-Quinney, P.S.; Williams, S.A.; Steyn, M.; Meyer, M.R.; Smilg, J.S.; Churchill, S.E.; Odes, E.J.; Augustine, T.; Tafforeau, P.; Berger, L.R. (Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf)., 2016-07)
    We describe the earliest evidence for neoplastic disease in the hominin lineage. This is reported from the type specimen of the extinct hominin Australopithecus sediba from Malapa, South Africa, dated to 1.98 million ...

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