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Risk of decompression sickness and dive computer: enlargement of body sensation and physical ability and risk perception among recreational divers2019 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 43 (4): 779-844
  • Jumpei Ichinosawa
H6 [OSAKA-]0385-180XEnglish summary
Marine industries and Mabuyag, 1870-19802015 Memoirs of the Queensland Museum Cultural Heritage Series 8 (2): 235-82
  • Anna Shnukal
H6/KX [QUEENSLAND MUSEUM. Memoirs. Cultural Heritage Series]1440-4780in monographic issue 'Goemulgaw Lagal: cultural and natural histories of the island of Mabuyag, Torres Strait'
Immersion in a diving club. The commitment into a community of leisure2014 Tsantsa (19): 94-103
  • Michel Koebel
H6/KF [TSANTSA-]1420-7834English summary
A living based on breath-hold diving in the Bajau Laut2014 Human evolution 29 (1/3): 171-83
  • E. Abrahamsson
  • E. Schagatay
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Human breath-hold diving ability and the underlying physiology2014 Human evolution 29 (1/3): 125-40
  • E. Schagatay
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Man's place among the diving mammals2014 Human evolution 29 (1/3): 47-66
  • A. Fahlman
  • E. Schagatay
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Sara Campbell, world champion in deep diving after 9 months of training - how is this possible?2014 Human evolution 29 (1/3): 67-73
  • E. Schagatay
  • O. Johansson
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
The origin of articulate language revisited: the potential of a semi-aquatic past of human ancestors to explain the origin of human musicality and articulate language2014 Human evolution 29 (1/3): 1-33
  • M. Vaneechoutte
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Endurance running versus underwater foraging: an anatomical and palaeoecological perspective2013 Human evolution 28 (3-4): 201-12
  • S. Munro
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375in special issue 'Human evolution: past, present and future's symposium. London, 8-10 May 2013' (part I)
Human's association with water bodies: the 'exaggerated diving reflex' and its relationship with the evolutionary allometry of human pelvic and brain sizes2013 Human evolution 28 (3-4): 137-70
  • S. Oppenheimer
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375in special issue 'Human evolution: past, present and future's symposium. London, 8-10 May 2013' (part I)
Diving one man: disconnection and recontextualization amongst Panapompom bêche-de-mer divers2009 Cambridge anthropology 28 (2): 45-62
  • Will Rollason
H6 [CAMBRIDGE-]0305-7674
Auditory exostoses as an acquatic activity marker: a comparison of coastal and inland skeletal remains from tropical and subtropical regions of Brazil2007 American journal of physical anthropology 132 (4): 558-67
  • Célia H.C. Boyadjian
  • Maria Mercedes M. Okumura
  • Sabine Eggers
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Dive tourism, coastal resource management, and local government in Dauin2007 Philippine quarterly of culture and society 35 (3): 149-78
  • Enrique G. Oracion
H6/KX [PHILIPPINE-]0115-0243
Commercial diving and the callo de hacha fishery in Seri territory2006 Journal of the Southwest 48 (2): 189-209
  • Xavier Basurto
*H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0894-8410
Diving Lake Champlain: in Vermont, underwater archaeologists and recreational divers swim off into the sunset2001 Archaeology 54 (2): 22-3, 25
  • Jerry Shine
A possible physiological role of the face as a thermosensor in an ancient water ape and in present day humans1999 Perspectives in human biology 4 (1): 41-6
  • Boris Holm
  • Erika Schagatay
  • Johan Andersson
in monographic issue 'Is human evolution a closed chapter?'
Auditory exotoses among ancient human populations in the circum-Pacific area: regional variations in the occurrence and its implications1998 Anthropological science 106 (4): 295-96
  • Kazumichi Katayama
Una hipótesis ambiental para un marcador óseo. La exostosis auditiva externa en las poblaciones humanas prehistóricas del desierto del norte de Chile1995 Chungará 27 (2): 99-116
  • Bernardo T. Arriaza
  • Calogero M. Santoro
  • Vivien G. Standen
English summary