John Kappelman
John Kappelman
Professor of Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin
Verified email at austin.utexas.edu
TitleCited byYear
The evolution of body mass and relative brain size in fossil hominids
J Kappelman
Journal of Human Evolution 30 (3), 243-276, 1996
2891996
First Homo erectus from Turkey and implications for migrations into temperate Eurasia
J Kappelman, MC Alçiçek, N Kazancı, M Schultz, M Özkul, Ş Şen
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 135 (1), 110-116, 2008
1992008
Bovids as indicators of Plio-Pleistocene paleoenvironments in East Africa
J Kappelman, T Plummer, L Bishop, A Duncan, S Appleton
Journal of Human Evolution 32 (2-3), 229-256, 1997
1931997
Morphology and locomotor adaptations of the bovid femur in relation to habitat
J Kappelman
Journal of Morphology 198 (1), 119-130, 1988
1491988
Oligocene mammals from Ethiopia and faunal exchange between Afro-Arabia and Eurasia
J Kappelman, DT Rasmussen, WJ Sanders, M Feseha, T Bown, ...
Nature 426 (6966), 549, 2003
1352003
Assessing the accuracy of high‐resolution X‐ray computed tomography of primate trabecular bone by comparisons with histological sections
RJ Fajardo, TM Ryan, J Kappelman
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2002
1292002
Bears, pigs, and Plio-Pleistocene hominids: a case for the exploitation of belowground food resources
T Hatley, J Kappelman
Human Ecology 8 (4), 371-387, 1980
1251980
A new specimen of Ankarapithecus meteai from the Sinap Formation of central Anatolia
B Alpagut, P Andrews, M Fortelius, J Kappelman, I Temizsoy, H Çelebi, ...
Nature 382 (6589), 349, 1996
1051996
The paleoenvironment ofKenyapithecus at Fort Ternan
J Kappelman
Journal of Human Evolution 20 (2), 95-129, 1991
1051991
Plio-Pleistocene environments of Bed I and Lower Bed II, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
J Kappelman
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 48 (2-4), 171-196, 1984
1051984
New age determinations for the Eocene-Oligocene boundary sediments in the Fayum Depression, northern Egypt
J Kappelman, EL Simons, CC Swisher III
The Journal of Geology 100 (6), 647-667, 1992
991992
New large-bodied mammals from the late Oligocene site of Chilga, Ethiopia
WJ Sanders, J Kappelman, DT Rasmussen
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 49 (3), 2004
882004
Evolution of Miocene fluvial environments, eastern Potwar plateau, northern Pakistan
IA Khan, JS Bridge, J Kappelman, R Wilson
Sedimentology 44 (2), 221-251, 1997
881997
Metatarsophalangeal joint function and positional behavior in Australopithecus afarensis
AS Duncan, J Kappelman, LJ Shapiro
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 93 (1), 67-81, 1994
881994
The structure and rate of late Miocene expansion of C4 plants: Evidence from lateral variation in stable isotopes in paleosols of the Siwalik Group, northern Pakistan
AK Behrensmeyer, J Quade, TE Cerling, J Kappelman, IA Khan, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 119 (11-12), 1486-1505, 2007
872007
The earliest occurrence ofsivapithecus from the middle miocene chinji formation of pakistan
J Kappelman, J Kelley, D Pilbeam, KA Sheikh, S Ward, M Anwar, JC Barry, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 21 (1), 61-73, 1991
861991
The largest land mammal ever imagined
M Fortelius, J Kappelman
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 108 (1), 85-101, 1993
841993
High-resolution computed tomography: a breakthrough technology for earth scientists
T Rowe
Geotimes 42, 23-27, 1997
781997
Preliminary observations on the calcaneal trabecular microarchitecture of extant large‐bodied hominoids
M Maga, J Kappelman, TM Ryan, RA Ketcham
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2006
762006
The Siwaliks of Pakistan: time and faunas in a Miocene terrestrial setting
LJ Flynn, D Pilbeam, LL Jacobs, JC Barry, AK Behrensmeyer, ...
The Journal of Geology 98 (4), 589-604, 1990
651990
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