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Relative fibular strength and locomotor behavior in KNM-WT 15000 and OH 352019 Journal of human evolution 131: 48-60
  • C.B. Ruff
  • C.M. Harper
  • D. Marchi
  • H. Chirchir
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Value in tourist experiences: how nature-based experiential styles influence value in climbing2019 Tourist studies 19 (4): 453-74
  • May Kristin Vespestad
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
Long bone structural proportions and locomotor behavior in Cercopithecidae2019 Journal of human evolution 132: 47-60
  • Christine M. Harper
  • Christopher B. Ruff
  • David J. Daegling
  • Deanna Goldstein, M.
  • W. Scott McGraw
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Systematic and locomotor diversification of the Adapis group (primates, adapiformes) in the late Eocene of the Quercy (southwest France), revealed by humeral remains2019 Journal of human evolution 126: 71-90
  • Judit Marigó
  • Marc Godinot
  • Nicole Verrière
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Cross-sectional properties of the humeral diaphysis of Paranthropus boisei: implications for upper limb function2019 Journal of human evolution 126: 51-70
  • David J. Green
  • Emma Mbua
  • Habiba Chirchir
  • John W.K. Harris
  • Michael R. Lague
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Great ape thorax and shoulder configuration - an adaptation for arboreality or knuckle-walking?2018 Journal of human evolution 125: 15-26
  • Danielle Rubinstein
  • Nathan E. Thompson
  • Susan G. Larson
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Hominin hand bone fossils from Sterkfontein Caves, South Africa (1998-2003 excavations)2018 Journal of human evolution 118: 89-102
  • Dominic Stratford
  • Jason L. Heaton
  • Ron J. Clarke
  • Travis Rayne Pickering
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Adaptation to suspensory locomotion in Australopithecus sediba2017 Journal of human evolution 104: 1-12
  • Katerina Harvati
  • Kristian J. Carlson
  • Terry Harrison
  • Thomas R. Rein
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Disrupting the heritage of place: practicing counter-archaeologies at Dumby, Scotland2017 World archaeology 49 (3): 372-87
  • Alex Hale
  • Alison Fisher
  • John Hutchinson
  • John Stewart Watson
  • Mhairi Maxwell
  • Sian Jones
  • Stuart Jeffrey
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Counter archaeologies'
"I' m a Red River local": rock climbing mobilities and community hospitalities2017 Tourist studies 17 (1): 54-74
  • Jillian M. Rickly
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976in special issue 'Tourism moralities and mobilities'
Foot use during vertical climbing in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)2017 Journal of human evolution 109: 1-10
  • R.E. Wunderlich
  • S.B. Ischinger
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Multi-layered labor: entrepreneurship and professional versatility in rock climbing2016 Ethnography 17 (4): 440-59
  • Guillaume Dumont
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381
Experiencing flow, enjoyment and risk in skydiving and climbing2016 Ethnography 17 (3): 369-87
  • James Hardie-Bick
  • Penny Bonner
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381in special issue 'Countryside lives: symbolic terrain'
Pretzel logic: an embodied ethnography of a rock climb2015 Space and culture 18 (1): 25-38
  • Jan Dutkiewicz
H6 [SPACE-]1206-3312
Co-creation and new media: the entrepreneurial work of climbing photographers in digital times2014 Anthropology of workd review 36 (1): 26-36
  • Guillaume Dumont
H1 [ANTHROPOLOGY-]0883-024X
'Yo can never cross the same river twice': climbers' embodied quests for 'original adventure' in southern Thailand2014 Tourist studies 15 (1): 101-16
  • Esther Bott
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
A natural history of human tree climbing2014 Journal of human evolution 71: 105-18
  • Nathaniel J. Dominy
  • Thomas S. Kraft
  • Vivek V. Venkataraman
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'The other faunivory: the significance of insects & insect resources for nonhuman primates, modern humans, & extinct hominins'
Phenotypic plasticity of climbing-related traits in the ankle joint of great apes and rainforest hunter-gatherers2013 Human biology 85 (1-3): 309-28
  • Jeremy M. Desilva
  • Nathaniel J. Dominy
  • Thomas S. Kraft
  • Vivek V. Venkataraman
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Revisiting the "Negrito" hypothesis
New primate hind limb elements from the middle Eocene of China2008 Journal of human evolution 55 (6): 999-1014
  • Daniel L. Gebo
  • K. Christopher Beard
  • Marian Dagosto
  • Xijun Ni
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
3D-kinematics of vertical climbing in hominoids2005 American journal of physical anthropology 126 (1): 66-81
  • Karin Isler
H6/HB 'AMERICAN-'0002-9483
New technique for studying reaction forces during primate behaviors on vertical substrates2004 American journal of physical anthropology 125 (4): 343-51
  • Christopher J. Vinyard
  • Daniel Schmitt
H6/HB 'AMERICAN-'0002-9483
Climbing and the daily energy cost of locomotion in wild chimpanzees: implications for hominoid locomotor evolution2004 Journal of human evolution 46 (3): 317-35
  • Herman Pontzer
  • Richard W. Wrangham
0047-2484
Local use of climbing plants of budongo forest reserve, western Uganda2003 Journal of ethnobiology 23 (1): 307-27
  • Gerald Eilu
  • Remigius Bukenya-Ziraba
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771French and Spanish summaries
Characteristics of vertical climbing in gibbons2002 Evolutionary anthropology 11: 49-52
  • Karin Isler
1060-1538in thematic issue 'Anthropology and primatology into the third millennium: the centenary congress of the Zürich Anthropological Institute'; supplement
Sport climbing and morphology of foot. Quantitative approach (N =252)2002 Biométrie humaine et anthropologie 20 (1/2): 119-23
  • Brice Lefevre
  • Philippe Dedieu
1279-7863in thematic issue 'Sport, biométrie humaine, kiné-anthropométrie'; English summary
A technique of vertigo?: the uses of the body in a climbing technique: the via ferrata2002 Techniques et culture 39: 121-38
  • Eric Boutroy
0248-6016in thematic issue 'Sports et corps en jeu'; English and Spanish summaries
'Shit happens': the selling of risk in extreme sport2002 The Australian journal of anthropology 13 (3): 323-36
  • Catherine Palmer
H6/ KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811in special issue 'Anthropology and sport'
Forearm rotation and the [Origin of the hominoid lifestyle]: a reply to Stern and Larson (2001)2002 American journal of physical anthropology 119 (1): 92-5
  • Esteban E. Sarmiento
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483comments on 'Telemetered electromyography of the supinators and pronators of forearm in gibbons and chimpanzees: implications for the fundamental positional adaptation of hominoids' by S Larson and JT Stern jr. in Amer J phys Anthrop 2001 (115:3), 253-68; with reply
Morphology of the hallucial phalanges in extant anthropoids and fossil hominoids2002 Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Anthropologie 83 (2/3): 361-72
  • Hidemi Ishida
  • Masato Nakatsukasa
  • Yoshihiko Nakano
  • Yutaka Kunimatsu
0044-314Xin thematic issue 'Arboreal locomotor adaptation in primates and its relevance to human evolution'; German summary
The effects of substratum inclination on locomotor patterns in primates2002 Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Anthropologie 83 (2/3): 189-99
  • Yoshihiko Nakano
0044-314Xin thematic issue 'Arboreal locomotor adaptation in primates and its relevance to human evolution'; German summary
What does 'arboreal locomotion' mean exactly and what are the relationships between [climbing], environment and morphology?2002 Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Anthropologie 83 (2/3): 171-88
  • Holger Preuschoft
0044-314Xin thematic issue 'Arboreal locomotor adaptation in primates and its relevance to human evolution'; German summary
Telemetered electromyography of the supinators and pronators of forearm in gibbons and chimpanzees: implications for the fundamental positional adaptation of hominoids2001 American journal of physical anthropology 115 (3): 253-68
  • Jack T. Stern
  • Susan G. Larson
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
New wrist bones of the Malagasy giant subfossil lemurs2000 Journal of human evolution 38 (5): 635-50
  • Elwyn L. Simons
  • Mark W. Hamrick
  • William L. Jungers
0047-2484
Concepts of death among professional Alpine climbers: continuing risk behaviors in the face of death2000 Anthropology of consciousness 11 (1-2): 3-13
  • Paul E. James II
H6/KH [ANTHROPOLOGY-]1053-4202in thematic issue 'Conscious death'
Biomechanical analysis of vertical climbing in the spider monkey and Japanese macaque2000 American journal of physical anthropology 113 (4): 455-72
  • Eishi Hirasaki
  • Hiroo Kumakura
  • Shozo Matano
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Applied anthropology at Devils Tower national monument1999 Plains anthropologist 44 (170): 53-60
  • Jeffrey R. Hanson
0032-0447in special issue 'Native Americans and historic preservation 1990-1993: proceedings of a symposium from the 51st Plains Anthropological conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan'
Phalangeal morphology of the Paromomyidae (?primates, Plesiadapiformes): the evidence for gliding behavior reconsidered1999 American journal of physical anthropology 109 (3): 397-413
  • Mark W. Hamrick
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]
Gravity or levity: vertical space in Japanese rock climbing instructions1998 Journal of linguistic anthropology 8 (2): 222-48
  • Kuniyoshi Kataoka
1055-1360