University of Connecticut

Status Public research university

Abbreviation UConn

Telephone +1 860-486-4900

Email mailmanager@uconn.edu

URL http://uconn.edu/

Address Storrs, CT 06269, , , Connecticut, , United States

Contact person Susan Herbst (President )

People

Daniel S. Adler


Bibliography

Adler D., et al. (2014) Early Levallois Technology and the Transition from the Lower to Middle Palaeolithic in the Southern Caucasus. Science , vol: 345, 1609-1613


Adler D., (2006) Ahead of the game: Middle and Upper Palaeolithic hunting behaviors in the southern Caucasus. Current Anthropology, 89-118


Adler D., et al. (2008) Dating the demise: Neandertal extinction and the establishment of modern humans in the southern Caucasus. Journal of Human Evolution, vol: 55, 817-833


Adler D., (2004) Middle Palaeolithic patterns of settlement and subsistence in the southern Caucasus. Settlement Dynamics of the Middle Paleolithic and Middle Stone Age, vol: 2, 91e133


Adler D., (2009) Seasonal patterns of prey acquisition and inter-group competition during the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of the Southern Caucasus. The Evolution of Hominin Diets, 127-140


Adler D., (2006) Between a rock and a hard place: Neanderthal–modern human interactions in the southern Caucasus. unknown,


Adler D., (2009) Cultural, behavioral, and biological discontinuities at the MiddleeUpper Paleolithic transition in the Southern Caucasus. Transitions in Prehistory. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 143-163


Adler D., (2003) LATE MIDDLE PALAEOLITHIC PATTERNS OF LITHIC REDUCTION, MOBILITY, AND LAND USE IN THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS (REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA).


Adler D., et al. (2014) Early Levallois technology and the Lower to Middle Paleolithic transition in the Southern Caucasus. Science, vol: 345, 1609-1613


Tappen M., Adler D., (2002) Akhalkalaki: the taphonomy of an Early Pleistocene locality in the Republic of Georgia. Journal of Archaeological Science, vol: 29, 1367-1391