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Robert J. Blumenschine
Robert J. Blumenschine
Palaeontological Scientific Trust
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Systematic butchery by Plio/Pleistocene hominids at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania [and comments and reply]
HT Bunn, EM Kroll, SH Ambrose, AK Behrensmeyer, LR Binford, ...
Current Anthropology 27 (5), 431-452, 1986
9261986
Blind tests of inter-analyst correspondence and accuracy in the identification of cut marks, percussion marks, and carnivore tooth marks on bone surfaces
RJ Blumenschine, CW Marean, SD Capaldo
Journal of archaeological science 23 (4), 493-507, 1996
7691996
Percussion marks, tooth marks, and experimental determinations of the timing of hominid and carnivore access to long bones at FLK Zinjanthropus, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
RJ Blumenschine
Journal of human Evolution 29 (1), 21-51, 1995
7601995
Percussion marks on bone surfaces as a new diagnostic of hominid behaviour
RJ Blumenschine, MM Selvaggio
Nature 333 (6175), 763-765, 1988
7371988
Ratio of central nervous system to body metabolism in vertebrates: its constancy and functional basis
JW Mink, RJ Blumenschine, DB Adams
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 1981
7221981
An experimental model of the timing of hominid and carnivore influence on archaeological bone assemblages
RJ Blumenschine
Journal of archaeological science 15 (5), 483-502, 1988
7061988
Carcass consumption sequences and the archaeological distinction of scavenging and hunting
RJ Blumenschine
journal of Human Evolution 15 (8), 639-659, 1986
4971986
A quantitative diagnosis of notches made by hammerstone percussion and carnivore gnawing on bovid long bones
SD Capaldo, RJ Blumenschine
American Antiquity 59 (4), 724-748, 1994
4641994
Characteristics of an early hominid scavenging niche [and comments and reply]
RJ Blumenschine, HT Bunn, V Geist, F Ikawa-Smith, CW Marean, ...
Current anthropology 28 (4), 383-407, 1987
4621987
Captive hyaena bone choice and destruction, the schlepp effect and Olduvai archaeofaunas
CW Marean, LM Spencer, RJ Blumenschine, SD Capaldo
Journal of Archaeological Science 19 (1), 101-121, 1992
4581992
Hunting income patterns among the Hadza: big game, common goods, foraging goals and the evolution of the human diet
K Hawkes, JF O´ Connell, NG Blurton Jones
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1991
4451991
Early hominid scavenging opportunities: implications of carcass availability in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro ecosystems
RJ Blumenschine
BAR Publishing, 1986
4381986
A carnivore's view of archaeological bone assemblages
RJ Blumenschine
From bones to behavior, 1993
3551993
Late Pliocene Homo and Hominid Land Use from Western Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
RJ Blumenschine, CR Peters, FT Masao, RJ Clarke, AL Deino, RL Hay, ...
Science 299 (5610), 1217-1221, 2003
3162003
Competition for carcasses and early hominid behavioral ecology: A case study and conceptual framework
RJ Blumenschine, JA Cavallo, SD Capaldo
Journal of Human Evolution 27 (1-3), 197-213, 1994
2511994
A diagnosis of crocodile feeding traces on larger mammal bone, with fossil examples from the Plio-Pleistocene Olduvai Basin, Tanzania
JK Njau, RJ Blumenschine
Journal of Human Evolution 50 (2), 142-162, 2006
2482006
Hominid carnivory and foraging strategies, and the socio-economic function of early archaeological sites
RJ Blumenschine
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1991
2261991
Scavenging and human evolution
RJ Blumenschine, JA Cavallo
Scientific American 267 (4), 90-97, 1992
2241992
On the marks of marrow bone processing by hammerstones and hyenas: their anatomical patterning and archaeological implications
RJ Blumenschine, MM Selvaggio
Cultural beginings. Approaches to understanding early hominid life-ways in …, 1991
2021991
Archaeological predictions for hominid land use in the paleo-Olduvai Basin, Tanzania, during lowermost Bed II times
RJ Blumenschine, CR Peters
Journal of Human Evolution 34 (6), 565-608, 1998
1951998
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