Annuals and Adjuncts

Annuals and Adjuncts

Quinn, Rhonda

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Position: Research Associate
Phone: (973) 761-9211
Email: rhonda.quinn@shu.edu
Web Page: https://www.shu.edu/profiles/rhondaquinn.cfm

Rhonda Quinn studies the interaction of modern and extinct humans with the environment. Her primary research focuses on reconstructing selective pressures of Plio-Pleistocene hominin evolution in eastern Africa. She integrates stable isotopic systems with sedimentology and stratigraphy to elucidate hominin adaptations to environmental and climatic change. Quinn also examines resource use and mobility of anatomically modern human groups in coastal and island settings, employing bioarchaeology, zooarchaeology and stable isotopic analysis. She has conducted fieldwork in the Turkana Basin of northern Kenya, along the Solo River of Java, on Pacific Islands, in the Yucatan Peninsula and in her own backyard, Florida.

Education

  • Ph.D., Anthropology, Certificate in Quaternary Studies, Rutgers University, 2006
  • M.A., Anthropology, University of Florida, 1999
  • B.S., Geological Sciences, University of Florida, 1997
  • B.A., Anthropology, University of Florida, 1996

Publications

  • Quinn RL (2015) Influence of Plio-Pleistocene basin hydrology on the Turkana hominin enamel carbonate δ18O values. Journal of Human Evolution 86: 13-31. 
  • Harmand S, Lewis JE, Feibel CS, Lepre CJ, Prat S, Lenoble A, Boës X, Quinn RL, Brenet M, Clément S, Daver G, Brugal J-P, Leakey L, Kent DV, Mortlock RA, Wright JD, Roche H (2015). Before the Oldowan: 3.3 Ma Stone Tools from Lomekwi 3, West Turkana, Kenya. Nature 521: 310-315.
  • Jones S, Walsh-Haney H, Quinn RL (2015) Kana Tamata or Feasts of Men: Interdisciplinary approach for identifying type and cause of cannibalism in prehistoric Fijians. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology DOI: 10.1002/oa.2269
  • Quinn RL, Lepre CJ, Feibel CS, Wright JD, Mortlock RA, Harmand S, Brugal J-P, Roche H (2013) Pedogenic carbonate stable isotopic evidence for wooded habitat preference of early Pleistocene tool makers in the Turkana Basin. Journal of Human Evolution 65: 65-78.
  • Lepre CJ, Roche H, Kent D, Harmond S, Quinn RL, Brugal JP, Texier PJ, Lenoble A, Feibel CS (2011) An earlier origin for the Acheulian. Nature 477: 82-85.
  • Jones S, Quinn RL (2009) Prehistoric Fijian diet and subsistence: integration of faunal, ethnographic, and stable isotopic evidence from the Lau Island Group. Journal of Archaeological Science 36: 2742-2754.
  • Quinn RL, Tucker B, Krigbaum J (2008) Diet and mobility in middle Archaic Florida: stable isotopic and faunal evidence from the Harris Creek Archaeological Site (8Vo24), Tick Island. Journal of Archaeological Science 35: 2346-2356.
  • Quinn RL, Lepre CJ, Wright JD, Feibel CS (2007) Paleogeographic variations of pedogenic carbonate δ13C values from Koobi Fora, Kenya: Implications for floral compositions of Plio-Pleistocene hominin environments. Journal of Human Evolution 53: 560-573.
  • Hodell DA, Quinn RL, Brenner M, Kamenov G (2004) Spatial variation of strontium isotopes (87Sr/86Sr) in the Maya region: a tool for tracking ancient human migration. Journal of Archaeological Science 31: 585-601.

Neitzke Adamo, Lauren C.

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Position: Co-Director of the Rutgers Geology Museum
Office: Rutgers Geology Museum
Email: lneitzke@eps.rutgers.edu

Education

  • 2016 Ph.D.
    Rutgers University, Graduate School of New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ

  • 2006 M.S.
    Rutgers University, Graduate School of New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ

  • 2004 B.S. with Honors
    Geological sciences with high honors, Rutgers University, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, NJ

Research Interests

  • Paleoceanography and Stable Isotope Stratigraphy
  • Geoscience and informal educational research

Professional Organizations

  • 2007-present American Association of Petroleum Geologists
  • 2006-present Union of Concerned Scientists
  • 2005-present American Geophysical Union
  • 2005-present Geological Society of America
  • 2005-present North American Micropaleontology Section

Honors and Awards

  • 2007-2008 National Science Foundation GK-12 Teaching Fellow 
  • 2007 Gretchen L. Blechschmidt Research Grant Award
  • 2007 Geological Society of America Research Grant
  • 2007 Graduate School of New Brunswick Special Study Award
  • 2006-2007 Rutgers University Graduate Fellowship
  • 2005 Rutgers University Graduate School Travel Grant Recipient
  • 2004-2005 Rutgers University Graduate Fellowship
  • 2004 Vinton Gwinn Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research
  • 2002-present National Society for Collegiate Scholars

Recent Abstracts

  • Criscione, J., Neitzke Adamo, L., and Irizarry-Barreto, P., 2018. Crafting for science education. Session 252, Booth 112. Geological Society of America, GSA 2018 Indianapolis Annual Meeting, Vol. 50, No. 6.
  • Hu, E., Neitzke Adamo, L., Wright, J., and Mortlock, R. A., 2018. A chronology of the climatic changes in the North Atlantic Ocean established from sedimentologic and isotopic records from southern Gardar Drift. Abstract ED13E-1781 presented at 2018 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, AGU, Washington D. C. Annual Meeting.
  • Irizarry, P., Neitzke Adamo, L., and Setera, J., 2018. Science on the Move: Partnerships between Industry, Academia, and K-12 schools to improve STEM Education using a mobile lab. Abstract ED53B-06 presented at 2018 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, AGU, Washington D. C. Annual Meeting.
  • Kozachek, C., Neitzke Adamo, L., Irizarry-Barreto, P., and Criscione, J., 2018. Exploring the Ice Age period at the Rutgers Geology Museum: An informal learning experience. Geological Society of America, GSA 2018 Indianapolis Annual Meeting, Vol. 50, No. 6, Paper 229-2.
  • Neitzke Adamo, L., Irizarry, P., and Criscione, J., 2018. Small Museums, Big Impact. Abstract ED51E-0623 presented at 2018 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, AGU, Washington D. C. Annual Meeting.
  • Neitzke Adamo, L., Huffman, L., and Rousseau, T., 2018. Frozen in time: A hands-on ice core, pollen, and climate change session plan for middle school, high school, and introductory college classes.  Geological Society of America, GSA 2018 Indianapolis Annual Meeting, Vol. 50, No. 6, Paper 229-1.
  • Sarkar, R., Neitzke Adamo, L., and Wright, J., 2018. A high-resolution study of the Erik Drift across the last deglaciation using planktonic and benthic foraminiferal proxies. Session 111, Booth 238. Geological Society of America, GSA 2018 Indianapolis Annual Meeting, Vol. 50, No. 6.
  • Sarkar, R., Neitzke Adamo, L., and Wright J., 2018. Characterizing the Formation of North Atlantic Deepwater through Marine Proxies. Abstract PP21E-1378 presented at 2018 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, AGU, Washington D. C. Annual Meeting.
  • Setera, J., Neitzke Adamo, L., and Irizarry, P., 2018. Benefits of Conducting Outreach at the Rutgers Geology Museum: A Graduate Student's Perspective.  Abstract ED51E-0622 presented at 2018 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, AGU, Washington D. C. Annual Meeting.
  • Neitzke Adamo, Lauren, 2017. Magma, Mounds, and Milkshakes: Exploring Concepts in Viscosity and Volcanic Eruptions, Geological Society of America, GSA 2017 Annual Meeting, Paper 33-8.
  • Patricia Irizarry-Barreto, and Lauren Neitzke-Adamo, 2017. Changing perceptions: How to engage diverse communities in Geosciences, Geological Society of America, GSA 2017 Annual Meeting, Paper 17-8.
  • Lauren Neitzke-Adamo, and Patricia Irizarry-Barreto, 2017. From basic observations into modern technology: A hands-on approach to teaching taxonomic classification, Geological Society of America, GSA 2017 Annual Meeting, Paper 76-7.
  • Sarkar, Ria, Lauren Neitzke-Adamo, and James D. Wright, 2017. Variations in Planktonic Foraminifera Assemblages Across the Last Deglaciation: A High-Resolution Examination of a North Atlantic Deep-Sea Sediment Core, Geological Society of America, GSA 2017 Annual Meeting, Paper 378-9.
  • Sotomayor, Sebastian, Lauren Neitzke-Adamo, James D. Wright, and Thomas M. Cronin, 2017. Examining faunal changes in deep-sea ostracod in glacial and interglacial regimes: Implications for variations in North Component Water flow across Eirik Drift, North American Micropaleontology Society, 2017 Annual Meeting.
  • Sarkar, Ria, Lauren Neitzke-Adamo, and James D. Wright, 2017. Evaluating Deep Water Variations in the North Atlantic Ocean Using Planktonic Species Counts and Benthic Faunal Assemblages, North American Micropaleontology Society, 2017 Annual Meeting.
  • Bailey, R., and L. Neitzke-Adamo, 2016. Introduction to Mapping and Geocaching: A Primer to Visual Literacy and Spatial Comprehension in an Informal Educational Setting, Geological Society of America, GSA 2016 Annual Meeting, Paper 66-2.
  • Neitzke-Adamo, L., A. J. Blandford, Ericka Gordor, and Richard K. Olsson, 2016. The Rutgers Geology Museum and its role in the evolution of the 19th and 20th century geoscience classroom, Geological Society of America, GSA 2016 Annual Meeting, Paper 41-3.

Publications

  • Neitzke-Adamo, L., A. J. Blandford, J. Crisione, E. Gordor, and R. K. Olsson, 2018. The Rutgers Geology Museum: America's first geology museum and the last 200 years of geoscience education. Museums at the Forefront of the History and Philosophy of Geology: History Made, History in the Making, Geological Society of America Special Edition Paper, (2018).
  • Evans, H.F, Channell, J.E.T., Stoner, J.S., Hillaire-Marcel, C., Wright, J.D., Neitzke, L.C., and G.S. Mountain, 2007. Paleointensity-assisted chronostratigraphy of detrital layers on the Eirik Drift (North Atlantic) since marine isotope stage 11. Geochemistry, Geophysics and Geosystems, Volume 8.

Monteverde, Donald

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Position: Research Associate/Part-Time Lecturer
Office: 236 Wright Rieman Laboratory
Email: dmonte@eps.rutgers.edu

Education

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Geological Sciences, Ph.D
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, Geological Sciences, BS, MS

Courses

Geology 101 - Introductory Geology
Geology 100 - Planet Earth

Research Interests

Sequence stratigraphy of continental margins
Regional geologic relationships of New Jersey

Publications

  • Uptegrove, J., Monteverde, D.H., Whitesell, L.A., Stanford, S.D., Waldner, J.S., 2015, High-resolution seismic tracing of the transgression across the coastal interface, Brigantine, New Jersey, Geophysics, v.80, No.3, p.Wb43-WB63, doi:10.1190/GEO2014-0101.1
  • Basile, C., and Monteverde, D., 2014, Bedding attitudes as a sequence stratigraphy proxy: a case study from borehole images, Hole M28, IODP Leg 313, Geosphere, v.10, p. 207-220, doi:10.1130/GES00856.1
  • Lofi, J., Inwood, J., Proust, J.N., Monteverde, D., Loggia, D., Basile, C., Otsuka, H., Hayashi, T., Stadler, S., Mottl, M.J., Fehr, A., and Pezard, P.A., 2013, Fresh-water and salt-water distribution in passive margin sediments: insights from Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 313 on the New Jersey margin, Geosphere, v. 9, p. 1009-1024, doi:10.1130/GES00855.1
  • Miller, K.G., Browning, J.V., Mountain, G.S., Bassetti, M.A., Monteverde, D., Katz, M.E., Inwood, J., Lofi, J., and Proust, J.-N., 2013, Sequence boundaries are impedance contrasts: Core-seismic-log integration of Oligocene-Miocene sequences, New Jersey shallow shelf: Geosphere, v. 9, p. 1257-1285, doi:10.1130/GES00858.1
  • Miller, K.G., Mountain, G.S., Browning, J.V., Katz, M.E., Monteverde, D.H., Sugarman, P.J., Ando, H., Bassetti, M.A., Bjerrum, C.J., Hodgson, D., Hesselbo, S., Karakaya, S., Proust, J.-N., Rabineau, M., 2013, Testing sequence stratigraphic models by drilling Miocene foresets on the New Jersey shallow shelf: Geosphere, v. 9, p. 1236-1256, doi: 10.1130/GES00884.1
  • Katz, M.E., Browning, J.V., Miller, K.G., Monteverde, D.H., Mountain, G.S., Williams, R.H., 2013, Sequence stratigraphic interpretations from benthic foraminifera: Insights on New Jersey shelf architecture, IODP Expedition 313: Geosphere, v. 9, doi: 10.1130/GES00872.1.
  • Miller, K.G., Sugarman, P.J., Browning, J.V., Sheridan, R.E., Kulhanek, D.K., Monteverde, D., Wehmiller, J.F., Lombardi, C., and Feigenson, M.D., 2012, Pleistocene sequence stratigraphy of the shallow continental shelf, offshore New Jersey: Constraints of Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Leg 313 core holes: Geosphere, v. 9, p. 1-22.
  • Uptegrove, Jane, Waldner, J.S., Stanford, S.D., Monteverde, D.H., Sheridan, R.E., and Hall, D.W., 2012, Geology of the New Jersey Offshore in the Vicinity of Barnegat Inlet and Long Beach Island, Geologic Map Series GMS 12-3, scale 1 to 80,000
  • Volkert, R.A., and Monteverde, D.H., 2012, Bedrock geologic map of the Bernardsville quadrangle, Somerset and Morris counties, New Jersey: New Jersey Geological Survey, Geological Map Series, GMS 12-2 , scale 1:24,000.
  • Monteverde, D.H., 2011, Bedrock Geologic Map of the Yonkers and Nyack Quadrangles, Bergen County, New Jersey, New Jersey Geological Survey Geologic Map Series, GMS 11-1, scale 1:24,000
  • Volkert, R.A., Monteverde, D.H., Friehauf, K.C., Gates, A.E, Dalton, R.F., and Smith, R.C., II, 2010, Geochemistry and origin of Neoproterozoic ironstone deposits in the New Jersey Highlands and implications for the eastern Laurentian rifted margin in the north-central Appalachians, USA, in Tollo, R.P., Bartholomew, M.J., Hibbard, J.P., and Karabinos, P.M., eds., From Rodinia to Pangea: The lithotectonic record of the Appalachian Region: Geological Society of America Memoir 206, p. 283-306, doi:m10.1130/2010/1206(13)
  • Sugarman, P.J. and Monteverde, D.H., 2008, Correlation of deep aquifers using coreholes and geophysical logs in parts of Cumberland, Salem, Gloucester, and Camden counties, New Jersey, New Jersey Geological Survey, Geologic Map Series, GMS 08-1.
  • Monteverde, D.H., Mountain, G.S., Miller, K.G., 2008, Early Miocene sequence development across the New Jersey margin, Basin Research, v.20, p.249-267 doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2117.2008.00351.x
  • Mountain, G.S., Burger, R.L., Delius, H., Fulthorpe, C.S., Austin, J.A., Goldberg, D.S., Steckler, M.S., McHugh, C.M., Miller, K.G., Monteverde, D.H., Orange, D.L. and Pratson, L.F., 2007, The long-term stratigraphic record on continental margins, continental-margin sedimentation: from sediment transport to sequence stratigraphy, Nittrouer, C.A., Austin, J.A., Jr., Field, M.E., Kravitz, J.H., Syvitski, J.P.M., Wiberg, P.L., eds., IAS Special Publication 37, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford, p.381-458.
  • Browning, J.V. Miller, K.G, McLaughlin, P.P., Kominz, M.A., Sugarman, P.J., Monteverde, D., Feigenson, M.D., and Hernandez, J.C., 2006, Quantification of the effects of eustasy, subsidence, and sediment supply on Miocene sequences, U.S. Mid-Atlantic Margin, GSA Bull.,.v.v.118p.567-588. doi: 10.1130/B25551.1
  • Sugarman, P.J., Miller, K.G., Browning, J.V., Kulpecz, A.A., and McLaughlin, P.P., Monteverde, D.H., 2005, Hydrostratigraphy of the New Jersey Coastal Plain: Sequences and Facies Predict Continuity of Aquifers and Confining Units, Stratigraphy, v.2, p.259-275.
  • Monteverde, D.H., and Volkert, R.A., 2005, Bedrock Geologic Map of the Chatham Quadrangle, Morris, Somerset and Union Counties, New Jersey, New Jersey Geological Survey, Geologic Map Series GMS 04-2, scale: 1 to 24,000
  • Monteverde, D.H., Stanford, S.D., and Volkert, R.A., 2003, Geologic Map of the Raritan Quadrangle, Hunterdon and Somerset Counties, New Jersey, New Jersey Geological Survey, Geologic Map Series GMS 03-2 scale: 1 to 24,000
  • Monteverde, D.H., Miller, K.G., Mountain, G.S., 2000, Correlation of offshore seismic profiles with onshore New Jersey Miocene sections Sedimentary Geology, 134, 111-127.

Sugarman, Peter

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Position: Research Associate/Part-Time Lecturer
Office: 236 Wright Geological Laboratory
Phone: (732) 445-3368
Email: petes@eps.rutgers.edu

Image: Pete examining Expedition 313 cores in Bremen, Germany

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Education

  • 1994 Ph.D. Rutgers University, Department of Geology. Thesis: Strontium isotope and sequence stratigraphy of the uppermost Campanian-Maestrichtian and Miocene, New Jersey. Kenneth G. Miller, advisor.
  • 1981 M.S. University of Delaware, Department of Geology. Thesis: The geological interpretation of gravity anomalies in the vicinity of Raritan Bay, New Jersey and New York. Allan M. Thompson, advisor.
  • 1977 B.A., University of Rochester, Department of Geology.

Courses

  • Undergraduate: Environmental Geology, Planet Earth

Research Interests

  • Stratigraphy of the Atlantic Coastal Plain: integration of facies, isotopic, and biostratigraphic data.
  • Sequence stratigraphy of passive margins.
  • Hydrogeology of the New Jersey Coastal Plain.
  • Cretaceous stratigraphy

Publications

  • Sugarman, P. J., McCartan, L., Miller, K. G., Feigenson, M. D., Pekar, S. F., Kistler, R. W., Robinson, A. G., Strontium-isotopic correlation of Oligocene to Miocene sequences, New Jersey and Florida, Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 150X: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling program), 147-159, 1997.
  • Miller, K.G., Sugarman, P.J., Browning, J.V., Olsson, R.K., Pekar, S.F., Reilly, T.R., Cramer, B.S., Aubry, M-.P., Lawrence, R.P., Curran, J., Stewart, M., Metzger, J.M., Uptegrove, J., Bukry, D., Burckle, L.H., Wright, J.D., Feigenson, M.D., Brenner, G.J., Dalton, R.F., Bass River Site. In Miller, K.G., Sugarman, P.J., Browning, J.V., et. al., ODP, Init. Repts., 174AX: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), p. 5-43, 1998.
  • Miller, K.G., Mountain, G.S., Browning, J.V., Kominz, M., Sugarman, P.J., Christie-Blick, N., Katz, M. E., and Wright, J.D., Cenozoic global sea level, sequences, and the New Jersey Transect: Results from coastal plain and continental slope drilling: Review of Geophysics, v. 36, p. 569-601, 1998.
  • Miller, K.G., Barrera, E., Olsson, R.K., Sugarman, P.J., and Savin, S.M., Does ice drive early Maastrichtian eustasy? Global d18O and New Jersey sequences, Geology, 1998.
  • Sugarman, P. J., Miller, K.G., Olsson, R.K., Browning, J.V., Wright, J.D., De Romero, L., White, T. S., Muller, F.L., and Uptegrove, J., The Cenomanian/Turonian Carbon Burial Event, Bass River, NJ: Geochemical, Paleoecological, and Sea-Level Changes. Journal of Foraminiferal Research Special Publication, October, 1999
  • Sugarman, P. J., Miller, K. G., Bukry, David, and Feigenson, M. D., Uppermost Campanian-Maestrichtian strontium isotopic, biostratigraphic, and sequence stratigraphic framework of the New Jersey Coastal Plain: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 107, p. 19-37, 1995.
  • Sugarman, P. J., Miller, K. G., Owens, J. P., and Feigenson, M. D., 1993, Strontium isotope and sequence stratigraphy of the Kirkwood Formation, southern New Jersey, Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 105, p. 423 - 436.

Lepre, Christopher J.

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Position: Assistant Instructor
Office: 202A Wright Geological Laboratory
Phone: (848) 445-3410
Email: clepre@eps.rutgers.edu
Web Page: https://eps.rutgers.edu/

Education

  • B.A. Montclair State University
  • M.A. Rutgers University
  • Ph.D. Rutgers University

Research Interests

Stratigraphy and rock magnetism as applied to dating, sedimentology, and paleoclimate research. Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy to identify Fe oxides in paleosols. Magnetostratigraphy of the Olduvai Subchron. Interrelationship of terrestrial ecosystem change and human evolution in the East African rift system. Current interests include early Mesozoic geomagnetic polarity time scale and paleoenvironments of the Newark rift basin and Colorado Plateau.

Current funding

NSF standard grant award of $87,208

  • Project Title: High Resolution Rainfall Records for Hominin Environments of the Turkana Basin, Kenya (award #1818805). A three-year project focusing on the use of magnetic minerals in paleosols to reconstruct the impacts of Pliocene-Pleistocene rainfall variations on paleo-ecosystem change and human evolution. NSF programs Sedimentary Geology and Paleobiology and Archaeometry are jointly funding the award. https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1818805

Memberships

Paleoanthropology Society, Geological Society of America, American Geophysical Union.

Undergraduate Courses taught

  • A Walk Through Time: Evolution of Mammals (01:460:213 NS)
  • Planet Earth (01:460:100 NS).

Recent Publications

  • Quinn, R. L., and Lepre, C. J., 2019, Revisiting the pedogenic carbonate isotopes and paleoenvironmental interpretation of Kanapoi: Journal of Human Evolution, in press.
  • Kent, D.V., Olsen, P.E., Rasmussen, C., Lepre, C., Mundil, R.,  Irmis, R.B.,  Gehrels, G.E.,  Giesler, D.,  Geissman, J.W., and Parker, W.G., 2018, Empirical evidence for stability of the 405-kiloyear Jupiter-Venus eccentricity cycle over hundreds of millions of years: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115, 6153–6158. www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1800891115.
  • Lepre, C. J., 2017, Crevasse‐splay and associated depositional environments of the hominin‐bearing lower Okote Member, Koobi Fora Formation (Plio‐Pleistocene), Kenya: The Depositional Record, 3, 161-186.
  • Sun, J., Chillrud, S.N., Mailloux, B.J.,  Stute, M.,  Singh, R., Dong, H.,  Lepre, C.J., and Bostick, B.C., 2016, Enhanced and stabilized arsenic retention in microcosms through the microbial oxidation of ferrous iron by nitrate: Chemosphere, 144, 1106-1115.
  • Harmand, S., Lewis, J.E., Feibel, C.S., Lepre, C.J., Prat, S., Lenoble, A., Boës, X., Quinn, R.L., Brenet, M., Arroyo, A. and Taylor, N., 2015. 3.3-million-year-old stone tools from Lomekwi 3, West Turkana, Kenya. Nature, 521, 310-315. https://www.nature.com/articles/nature14464
  • Lepre, C.J., 2014. Early Pleistocene lake formation and hominin origins in the Turkana–Omo rift. Quaternary Science Reviews, 102, 181-191.
  • Quinn, R.L., Lepre, C.J., Feibel, C.S., Wright, J.D., Mortlock, R.A., Harmand, S., Brugal, J.P. and Roche, H., 2013. Pedogenic carbonate stable isotopic evidence for wooded habitat preference of early Pleistocene tool makers in the Turkana Basin. Journal of Human Evolution, 65, 65-78.
  • Lepre, C.J., Roche, H., Kent, D.V., Harmand, S., Quinn, R.L., Brugal, J.P., Texier, P.J., Lenoble, A. and Feibel, C.S., 2011. An earlier origin for the Acheulian. Nature, 477, 82-85. https://www.nature.com/articles/nature10372
  • Lepre, C.J. and Kent, D.V., 2010. New magnetostratigraphy for the Olduvai Subchron in the Koobi Fora Formation, northwest Kenya, with implications for early Homo. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 290, 362-374.

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