Darren Curnoe
Darren Curnoe
Associate Professor, University of New South Wales
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TitleCited byYear
Australia’s oldest human remains: age of the Lake Mungo 3 skeleton
G Mortimer, NA Spooner, JJ Simpson, L Taylor, D Curnoe
Journal of Human Evolution 36, 591-612, 1999
The craniomandibular mechanics of being human
S Wroe, TL Ferrara, CR McHenry, D Curnoe, U Chamoli
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1700), 3579-3586, 2010
Characteristics of Pleistocene megafauna extinctions in Southeast Asia
J Louys, D Curnoe, H Tong
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 243 (1-2), 152-173, 2007
A multi-disciplinary seriation of early Homo and Paranthropus bearing palaeocaves in southern Africa
AIR Herries, D Curnoe, JW Adams
Quaternary International 202 (1-2), 14-28, 2009
Human remains from the Pleistocene-Holocene transition of southwest China suggest a complex evolutionary history for East Asians
D Curnoe, J Xueping, AIR Herries, B Kanning, PSC Taçon, B Zhende, ...
PLoS one 7 (3), e31918, 2012
High‐Resolution Three‐Dimensional Computer Simulation of Hominid Cranial Mechanics
S Wroe, K Moreno, P Clausen, C Mchenry, D Curnoe
The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary …, 2007
Direct ESR dating of a Pliocene hominin from Swartkrans
D Curnoe, R Grün, L Taylor, F Thackeray
Journal of human evolution 40 (5), 379-391, 2001
Description, new reconstruction, comparative anatomy, and classification of the Sterkfontein Stw 53 cranium, with discussions about the taxonomy of other southern African early …
D Curnoe, PV Tobias
Journal of human evolution 50 (1), 36-77, 2006
Number of ancestral human species: a molecular perspective
D Curnoe, A Thorne
HOMO-Journal of Comparative Human Biology 53 (3), 201-224, 2003
A review of early Homo in southern Africa focusing on cranial, mandibular and dental remains, with the description of a new species (Homo gautengensis sp. nov.)
D Curnoe
HOMO-Journal of Comparative Human Biology 61 (3), 151-177, 2010
A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective on the Age of Australopithecus in Southern Africa
AIR Herries, R Pickering, JW Adams, D Curnoe, G Warr, AG Latham, ...
The paleobiology of Australopithecus, 21-40, 2013
Age of the Lake Mungo 3 skeleton, reply to Bowler & Magee and to Gillespie & Roberts.
R Grün, NA Spooner, A Thorne, G Mortimer, JJ Simpson, MT Mcculloch, ...
Journal of human evolution 38 (5), 733-741, 2000
Sexual dimorphism in southeast Asian crania: a geometric morphometric approach
H Green, D Curnoe
HOMO-Journal of Comparative Human Biology 60 (6), 517-534, 2009
Geochronology and Palaeoenvironments of Southern African Hominin-Bearing Localities-A Reply to Wrangham et al., 2009." Shallow-Water Habitats as Sources of Fallback Foods for …
AIR Herries, PJ Hopley, JW Adams, D Curnoe, MA Maslin
AM J PHYS ANTHROPOL 143 (4), 640-646, 2010
Uranium-series age estimates for rock art in southwest China
PSC Taçon, M Aubert, L Gang, Y Decong, L Hong, SK May, S Fallon, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (2), 492-499, 2012
The global implications of the early surviving rock art of greater Southeast Asia
PSC Taçon, NH Tan, S O’Connor, J Xueping, L Gang, D Curnoe, ...
Antiquity 88 (342), 1050-1064, 2014
The Cave of Hearths: Makapan Middle Pleistocene Research Project: Field research by Anthony Sinclair and Patrick Quinney, 1996-2001
J McNabb, A Sinclair, L Wadley, J Maguire, A Latham, A Herries, C Ogola, ...
Archaeopress, 2009
Timing and tempo of primate speciation
D Curnoe, A Thorne, JA Coate
Journal of evolutionary biology 19 (1), 59-65, 2006
Sex and significance of Lake Mungo 3: reply to Brown Australian Pleistocene variation and the sex of Lake Mungo 3
A Thorne, D Curnoe
Journal of human evolution 39 (6), 587-600, 2000
Modern human origins in Australasia: testing the predictions of competing models
D Curnoe
HOMO-Journal of Comparative Human Biology 58 (2), 117-157, 2007
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