Full-Text Search:
Home|Journal Papers|About CNKI|User Service|FAQ|Contact Us|中文
《Quaternary Sciences》 2006-04
Add to Favorite Get Latest Update

AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF ANCIENT HUMAN LITHIC TECHNOLOGY AND ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES IN CHINA

Gao Xing Pei Shuwen(Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044)  
This paper makes an attempt to interpret ancient hominid lithic technology and adaptive strategies in Pleistocene in China.It covers several aspects of lithic studies over Chinese materials,such as the distribution of Paleolithic sites and their taphonomic features,lithic technology,typology,morphology,function,raw material exploitation strategy,regional cultural traditions,and developmental trends.On the distribution of Paleolithic sites in China,it recognizes three concentration regions,namely,the central Northern China,the Middle-Lower reaches of the Changjiang River,and the southwest mountainous areas((Fig.1).) These sites are mostly situated in mountain-plain conjunction areas,including river terraces and caves.At most sites,only one cultural horizon was identified,indicating that human groups stayed in one region for only a short period of time.On raw material and resource exploitation,it suggests that major lithic materials utilized by ancient hominids in China are quartz,quartzite,and igneous rocks.Cherts and obsidians are seldomly procured.For the most time,stone tool makers procured only local materials.Only toward the terminal Pleistocene,evidence of long-distance procuring and transporting lithic raw materials began to emerge.In general,raw material exploited in stone tool manufacture in Pleistocene in China was characterized by high availability and low quality,which became a major impact on the development of lithic technology in the region. For a long period,hard hammer flaking on unprepared cores and bipolar flaking were the principal methods for core reduction;Only toward the Late Upper Paleolithic,core preparation technique and soft-hammer percussion,indirect percussion,and pressure flaking were employed.Most modified tools were retouched simply,casually,and unifacialy.Scraper and chopper-chopping tools are predominant tool types.Bifaces appear in a few sporadic sites,and most of them are from surface collection.Some sharp-edged flakes were used directly without further modification.Most of those tools can be classified as expedient implements judging from their informal and simple character and minimal modification.Therefore,it has often been labeled as "chopper-chopping tool tradition" or "simple core-flake tools".Obvious changes in lithic typology and technology happened in the Late Upper Paleolithic,when refined retouch techniques and resulted samples were evident in many sites,especially among the microlithic assemblages in North China.In another word,the Chinese Paleolithic remains can mostly be classified into Mode 1 technology.Products of this technocomplex can been found from the Lower through the Upper Paleolithic.The representative types of Mode 2 technology,e.g.handaxe,appears only at a few sites,such as the Baise Basin in Southwestern China's Guangxi Province.Artifacts with(Mode 3) characteristics are absent in the Chinese Middle Paleolithic,making it reasonable to argue that a comparable "Middle Paleolithic",derived from West Europe,dose not exist in the Chinese Paleolithic.Not until 30~25kaB.P.,a mixed assemblage with Mode 3 and Mode 4 technological components appeared in a few sites in North China,such as Shuidonggou.The Mode 5 horizon emerged in China around 20kaB.P.and spread widely in central North China,Northeastern China,Northwestern China,and the Tibetan Plateau.Based on such generalization and analyses,the authors put forward a comprehensive behavioral model for Pleistocene human survival and adaptation in China.It suggests that during most of the Pleistocene in China,hominid evolution was continuous,stable and slowly.Their adaptive strategies were characterized by high frequency of migration within certain natural geographic territories,being practical,flexible and in harmony with local environments,and acting according to circumstances.Cultural developmental trend was a combination of inheritance and renovation.This study also provides archaeological support for the hypothesis on the origin and evolution of modern Chinese,namely,"continuity with hybridization".
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(批准号:40472016)资助
【CateGory Index】: K876.2
Download(CAJ format) Download(PDF format)
CAJViewer7.0 supports all the CNKI file formats; AdobeReader only supports the PDF format.
【References】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 Wu Xianzhu① Pei Shuwen② Wu Xiujie② Liu Wu②(①Institute of Archaeology and Cultural Relics of Hubei Province, Wuhan 430077; ②Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100044);PRELIMINARY STUDY OF CAVE DEVELOPMENT AND BURIAL ENVIRONMENT AT THE YUNXI MAN SITE[J];Quaternary Sciences;2007-03
2 Pei Shuwen ①② Wu Xianzhu ③ Wu Xiujie ①② (①Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;②Laboratory of Human Evolution and Environmental Dynamics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;③Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047);PRELIMINARY STUDY ON LITHIC TECHNIQUE AND ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR OF HOMINID AT HUANGLONG CAVE,YUNXI,HUBEI PROVINCE[J];Quaternary Sciences;2008-06
3 Wu Xianzhu ①② Li Yujie ①② Pei Shuwen ③ Wu Xiujie ③④ (①History and Museology College,Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047;②Science Archaeology Laboratory,Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047;③Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044; ④Laboratory of Human Evolution and Environmental Dynamics Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044);SURFACE MARKS ON FOSSIL BONESAT IN BAILONG CAVE SITE,YUNXI,HUBEI[J];Quaternary Sciences;2008-06
4 Wang Haizhi ①② Cheng Jie ②(①Beijing Institute of Geology,Beijing 100011;②China University of Geoscience,Beijing 100083);GEOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SEDIMENTS DEPOSITED IN THE DONGDONG CAVE AND THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATION[J];Quaternary Sciences;2008-06
5 Li Xiaoli ① Gao Lihong ①② Zhang Shuangquan ③④ (①Beijing Museum of Natural History,Beijing 100050;②Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049;③Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;④Laboratory of Human Evolution and Environmental Dynamics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044);PRELIMINARY STUDY OF CAVE DEVELOPMENT AND FILLING SEQUENCE AT ZHOUKOUDIAN TIANYUAN CAVE[J];Quaternary Sciences;2008-06
6 WANG Chun-xue;Debitage Analysis of Stone Tools:Review and Prospect[J];Research of China's Frontier Archaeology;2012-01
7 GAO Xing1,2*,ZHANG XiaoLing1,2,3,YANG DongYa2,4,SHEN Chen2,5 & WU XinZhi1,2 1 Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044,China;2 Laboratory of Human Evolution,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044,China;3 Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049,China;4 Department of Archaeology,Simon Fraser University,Vancouver V5A 1S6,Canada;5 The Royal Ontario Museum,Toronto M5S 2C6,Canada;Revisiting the origin of modern humans in China and its implications for global human evolution[J];中国科学:地球科学(英文版);2010-12
8 GUAN Ying1, GAO Xing1, LI Feng1,2, PEI ShuWen1, CHEN FuYou1 , ZHOU ZhenYu1,3 1 Laboratory of Human Evolution, the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100044, China; 2 Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China; 3 Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing 100710, China;Modern human behaviors during the late stage of the MIS3 and the broad spectrum revolution:Evidence from a Shuidonggou Late Paleolithic site[J];科学通报(英文版);2012-04
9 GAO Xing* and WANG Chunxue Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,CAS,Beijing 100044,China;In Search of the Ancestors of Chinese People[J];中国科学院院刊(英文版);2010-02
10 ;莫维斯线与中国旧石器时代早期文化的研究[J];Cultural Relics in Southern China;2011-04
【Citations】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 9 Hits
1 Liu Tungsheng(Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029);DEMAND OF ANTHROPOCENE STUDY IN THE NEW STAGE OF GEOSCIENCE:IN HONOR OF LATE GEOLOGIST HUANG JIQING FOR HIS INNOVATIVE SPIRIT[J];Quaternary Sciences;2004-04
2 Jia Lanpo Wei Qi (Institute of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Palaeoanthropology, Academia Sinica);APPLICATION OF PALAEOANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY TO SETTING UP QUATERNARY STANDARD-SECTIONS IN CHINA[J];Acta Geological Sinica;1982-03
3 Wu Xinzhi (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Academia Sinica, Beijing 100044);THE EVOLUTION OF HUMANKIND IN CHINA[J];Acta Anthropologica Sinica;1990-04
4 Zhang Senshui (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Academia Sinica, Beijing 100044);REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL GRADUAL ADVANCE AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE OF PALEOLITHIC IN NORTH CHINA[J];Acta Anthropologica Sinica;1990-04
5 Zhang Senshui(Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Academia Sinica,Beijing 100044);ON THE IMPORTANT ADVANCEMENTS OF THE PALEOLITHIC ARCHEOLOGY IN CHINA SINCE 1949[J];ACTA ANTHROPOLOGICA SINICA;1999-03
6 FENG Xing-wu,PEI Shu-wen,CHEN Fu-you(Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100044);A STUDY ON YANDUNBAO SITE, FENGDU, THREE GORGES REGION[J];Acta Anthropologica Sinica;2003-03
7 ZHANG Xiao-ling~(1,2),YU Hui-li~3,GAO Xing~1(1.Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;2.Graduate School,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100039;3.Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology,Harbin 150000);New Findings and Dates of the Shibazhan Paleolithic Site,Heilongjian Province[J];Acta Anthropologica Sinica;2006-02
8 Wu Xinzhi (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Academia Sinica,Beijing\ 100044);ORIGIN OF MODERN HUMANS OF CHINA VIEWED FROM CRANIO DENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF LATE HOMO SAPIENS IN CHINA[J];ACTA ANTHROPOLOGICA SINICA;1998-04
9 Gao Xing (Department of Anthropology,University of Arizona, Tucson,AZ 85721,USA);A DISCUSSION ON “CHINESE MIDDLE PALEOLITHIC”[J];ACTA ANTHROPOLOGICA SINICA;1999-01
【Co-citations】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 Zhu Hong;The Racial Types of Ancient Population in the Inner Mongolia-Great Wall Region[J];Research of China's Frontier Archaeology;2002-00
2 Ye Qi-Xiao;Research On Paleolithic Culture sites Of Heilongjiang Province[J];Research of China's Frontier Archaeology;2003-00
3 Wang Chun-xue Chen Quan-jia;An Analysis of Lithic Technology and Hominid Behavior at Shirengou Site[J];Research of China's Frontier Archaeology;2007-00
4 Li You-qian Chen Quan-jia;The Study of the Stone artifacts in Nenjiang Basin Before Han Dynasty[J];Research of China's Frontier Archaeology;2007-00
5 WANG Chun-xue CHEN Quan-jia ZHAO Hai-long FANG Qi;Technological Analysis on the Microblade Industry of the Upper Paleolithic in Eastern Jilin Province[J];Research of China's Frontier Archaeology;2009-00
6 WANG Chun-xue ZHANG Yue ZHANG Xiao-ling GAO Xing;Experimental Study on Dyeing Technology of Ornaments in Upper Paleolithic Sites——An Example of Ostrich Eggshell Beads Collected from SDG Site and Some Localities(LSA) in South Africa[J];Research of China's Frontier Archaeology;2011-00
7 Chen Quanjia Li Youqian Zhao Hailong Wang Chunxue;The Palevlithic Artifacts From Shaojiadian,Huinan[J];Northern Cultural Relics;2006-01
8 Tian He Chen Quanjia Li Youqian;Research on the Stones Dated to Paleolithic Stage found in Yanglin South Mountain,Hailin,Helongjiang[J];Northern Cultural Relics;2010-03
9 Zheng Jia-jian,Xiu Qin-qi and Jin Chang-zhu;Division of the late Pleistocene mammalian fauna in North China and its geographic distribution[J];Journal of Stratigraphy;1992-03
10 JIANG Qing1)2),LENG Qin1)and WANG Li1)2)1)State Key Laboratory of Palaeobiology and Stratigraphy,Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Nanjing 210008;2)Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049;ANTHROPOCENE,THE NEWLY PROPOSED GEOLOGICAL EPOCH ROOTED IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH[J];Journal of Stratigraphy;2009-01
China Proceedings of conference Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 Deng Chenglong~①Liu Qingsong~②Pan Yongxin~①Zhu Rixiang~①(①State Key Laboratory of Lithospheric Evolution,Institute of Geology and Geophysics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100029;②National Oceanography Centre,University of Southampton,Southampton SO14 3ZH UK);ENVIRONMENTAL MAGNETISM OF CHINESE LOESS-PALEOSOL SEQUENCES[A];[C];2008
2 Chen Xiaoyun Wu Naiqin (Institute of Geology and Geophysics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100029);RELATIVELY WARM-HUMID CLIMATE RECORDED BY MOLLUSK SPECIES IN THE CHINESE LOESS PLATEAU DURING MIS 3 AND ITS POSSIBLE FORCING MECHANISM[A];[C];2009
3 Xiaoping Yang Institute of Geology and Geophysics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100029,China;Climate Change and Desertification with Special Reference to the Cases in China[A];[C];2011
4 Jiang Nengren (Yunnan Institute of Geological Sciences) Yang zhengchun Xiao yongfu (Museum of Geology,Yunnan Bureau);LATE PLEISTOCENE MAMMALS FROM THE CAVE DEPOSITS IN HAIKOU REGION,KUNMING[A];[C];1984
5 PEI Shuwen (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100044);GENESIS AND AGE OF THE ALLUVIAL TERRACES AND HUMAN ACTIVITIES ALONG THE THREE GORGES REGION[A];[C];2004
6 LI Zhanyang~1 ZHANG Shuanquan~2 1 Cultural Relics and Archaeology Institute of Henan Province,Zhengzhou 643013,Henan; 2 Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;THE NEW MATERIALS UNEARTHED DURING 2006'S EXCAVATION AT LINGJING SITE,HENAN PROVINCE,CHINA[A];[C];2008
7 LI Faojun~1 ZHANG Jing-lei~2 YUAN Hai-bing~2 ZHU Hong~2 1 Department of Anthropology,Sun Yat-sen University,Guangzhou 510275,Guangdong; 2 Research Center for Chinese Frontier Archaeology of Jilin University,Changchun 130012,Jilin;DENTAL MORPHOLOGICAL TRAITS OF THE RESIDENTS OF MING-QING DYNASTY IN JIXIAN,TIANJIN[A];[C];2008
8 WU Yan~1 WU Xianzhu~2 TAO Dawei~3 HU Yaowu~3 WANG Changsui~3 1 Department of History of Sci-Tech and Archaeometry,Science and Technology University of China,Hefei 230026,Anhui; 2 Institute of History and Archaeology,Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047; 3 Graduate School of Chinese Acacemy of Sciences,Beijing 100049;AN ANALYSIS OF PHYTOLITHS FROM YUNXI MAN SITE,HUBEI PROVINCE,CHINA[A];[C];2008
9 WANG Fa-gang~(1,2) LIU Lian-qiang~1 XIE Fei~1 (1 Hebei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics,Shijiazhuang 050031,Hebei; 2 School of History and Culture,Hebei Normal University,Shijiazhuang 050024,Hebei);PALEOLITHIC ARTIFACTS FROM QIANSHANGYING SITE IN YUXIAN BASIN[A];[C];2012
10 NIU Dong-wei~(1,2) PENG Fei~(1,2) PEI Shu-wen~1 MA Ning~1 (1 Laboratory of Human Evolution,Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100044;2 Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049);THE PALEOLITHIC LOCALITY AT BAIDUTAN IN THE DANJINGKOU RESERVOIR INUNDATED REGION[A];[C];2012
【Co-references】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 ZHOU Xiao-jing (Liaoning Province Museum,Shenyang Liaoning 110003,China);The Review and Research about the Study of Hongshan Culture's Hooked Cloud-shaped Jades[J];Journal of Anshan Normal University;2004-01
2 LI Chao-liu~1, KANG Shi-chang~1,2(1.Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100085,China;2.Key Laboratory ofCryosphere and Environment,CAREERI,CAS,Lanzhou Gansu 730000,China);Progress in Studies on the Younger Dryas Event and Its Trigger Mechanisms[J];Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology;2006-04
3 MO Duowen\ XU Haipeng\ YANG Xiaoyan\ ZHU Zhongli (Department of Urban and Environmental Sciences,Peking University,Beijing,100871);Paleo Environment Settings of the Dongfang Plaza Late Paleolithic Site,Wangfujing,Beijing[J];ACTA SCICENTIARUM NATURALUM UNIVERSITIS PEKINESIS;2000-02
4 YANG Xiaoyan 1), 2) XIA Zhengkai 2) CUI Zhijiu 2) ( 1)Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, 100029; 2)College of Environmental Sciences, Peking University, Beijing, 100871);Review of Environmental Archaeology[J];Acta Scicentiarum Naturalum Universitis Pekinesis;2005-02
5 Chen Quanjia;Paleolithic Site Unearthed at Dakanzi, Dandai,Zhenlai,Jilin[J];Northern Culturalrelics;2001-02
6 Chen Quanjia Li Youqian Zhao Hailong Wang Chunxue;The Palevlithic Artifacts From Shaojiadian,Huinan[J];Northern Cultural Relics;2006-01
7 ZHU Zhiyong;The Adze-shaped tools Unearthed from Hutouliang Site[J];Northern Cultural Relics;2008-02
8 Zhou Tingru,Zhang Lansheng and Li Huazhang;THE CHANGES OF CLIMATE IN NORTH CHINA SINCE THE LATE GLACIAL AGE OF PLEISTOCENE[J];Journal of Beijing Normal University(Natural Science);1982-01
9 Liu Xiang Cheng Xinmin Sui Weiguo;NEW DATA ABOUT THE PALAEOLITH FOUND IN ZHOUJIAYOUFANG, YUSHU COUNTY, JILIN PROVINCE[J];;1988-02
10 Cheng Xinmin(Department of Geology, Changchun University of Earth Sciences)Chen Quanjia(Department of Archaeology ,Jilin University);MAMMALIAN FOSSILS AND PALAEOLITHES FROM HONGZUIZI, SUBURB OF CHANGCHUN[J];;1993-02
China Proceedings of conference Full-text Database 1 Hits
1 LI Zhanyang~1 ZHANG Shuanquan~2 1 Cultural Relics and Archaeology Institute of Henan Province,Zhengzhou 643013,Henan; 2 Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;THE NEW MATERIALS UNEARTHED DURING 2006'S EXCAVATION AT LINGJING SITE,HENAN PROVINCE,CHINA[A];[C];2008
【Secondary References】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 Wu Xianzhu;Distribution of Human Fossil in The Three Gorges Region and Its Researching Value[J];Chongqing Social Sciences;2008-04
2 HUANG Hua-fang1,LI Zhi-guang2,WANG Jian1,XU Qinghai1 ( 1. Hebei Key Laboratory of Environmental Change and Ecological Construction,Hebei Normal University,Shijiazhuang,Hebei 050016; 2. Shijiazhuang University of Economics,Shijiazhuang,Hebei 050031);Geological and Geomorphological Environment in Shuilian Cave Area,Pingshan County,Hebei Province[J];Scientia Geographica Sinica;2010-04
3 Pei Shuwen ①② Wu Xianzhu ③ Wu Xiujie ①② (①Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;②Laboratory of Human Evolution and Environmental Dynamics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;③Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047);PRELIMINARY STUDY ON LITHIC TECHNIQUE AND ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR OF HOMINID AT HUANGLONG CAVE,YUNXI,HUBEI PROVINCE[J];Quaternary Sciences;2008-06
4 Liu Wu ①② Wu Xianzhu ③ Wu Xiujie ①② Pei Shuwen ①② (①Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;②Laboratory of Human Evolution and Environmental Dynamics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;③Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047);LIVING ADAPTATION AND BEHAVIORS OF LATE PLEISTOCENE HUMANS FROM HUANGLONG CAVE IN YUNXI OF HUBEI PROVINCE REFLECTED BY TOOTH USE MARKS[J];Quaternary Sciences;2008-06
5 Wang Yunfu ① Wu Xianzhu ① Pei Shuwen ②③ Zhong Liying ①(①Science Archaeology Laboratory,Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047;②Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044;③Laboratory of Human Evolution and Environmental Dynamics Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044);RESEARCH ON BONE SURFACE MODIFICATIONS FROM HUANGLONG CAVE SITE,IN HUBEI PROVINCE[J];Quaternary Sciences;2008-06
6 Wu Xianzhu ①② Deng Xiao ①② Zheng Liping ①② (①History and Museology College,Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047;②Science Archaeology Laboratory,Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047);LATE PLEISTOCENE FAUNA AT YANG′ER CAVE IN HUNAN PROVINCE[J];Quaternary Sciences;2008-06
7 Li Zhongxuan ① Zhu Cheng ① Zhang Guangsheng ① Ouyang Jie ① Wang Ran ②(①College of Geographic and Oceanographic Sciences,Nanjing University,Nanjing 210093;②Department of Archaeology,Wuhan University,Wuhan 430072);RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN ACTIVITY AND ENVIRONMENT OF THE LIAOWADIAN SITE IN HUBEI PROVINCE[J];Quaternary Sciences;2008-06
8 WANG Chun-xue;Debitage Analysis of Stone Tools:Review and Prospect[J];Research of China's Frontier Archaeology;2012-01
9 LI You-qian(Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology of Heilongjiang,Harbin 150008,China);The Discovery and Research of Paleolith Tools in Heilongjiang River and Donglin Areas[J];Journal of Harbin University;2011-06
10 LI Xiaoli1,ZHANG Shuangquan2,WEI Mingrui1,GAO Lihong1,3,WANG Bo1,ZHAO Cuiling1(1 Beijing Museum of Natural History,Beijing 100050,China;2 Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044,China;3.Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100039,China);ENVIRONMENTAL BACKGROUND OF HUMAN OCCUPATION AT ZHOUKOUDIAN TIANYUAN CAVE[J];Marine Geology & Quaternary Geology;2009-03
China Proceedings of conference Full-text Database 2 Hits
1 WU Xianzhu~1 WU Xiujie~2 WANG Yunfu~1 QU Shengming~3 1 Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047; 2 Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100044; 3 The Cultural Bureau of Yunxi County,Yunxi 442600,Hubei;FAUNA IN YUNXI MAN SITE AND PALEOENVIRONMENTS[A];[C];2008
2 WU Yan~1 WU Xianzhu~2 TAO Dawei~3 HU Yaowu~3 WANG Changsui~3 1 Department of History of Sci-Tech and Archaeometry,Science and Technology University of China,Hefei 230026,Anhui; 2 Institute of History and Archaeology,Chongqing Normal University,Chongqing 400047; 3 Graduate School of Chinese Acacemy of Sciences,Beijing 100049;AN ANALYSIS OF PHYTOLITHS FROM YUNXI MAN SITE,HUBEI PROVINCE,CHINA[A];[C];2008
【Secondary Citations】
Chinese Journal Full-text Database 10 Hits
1 Xie Ming (Institute of Soil Science, Guangdong Province);NEOTECTONIC UPLIFT VELOCITY AND TYPE ALONG THE CHANGJIANG RIVER DURING QUATERNARY[J];Quaternary Sciences;1990-04
2 Liu Tungsheng (Institute of Geology and Geophysics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100029);SPARKLES OF A WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL SCIENTIST SOUL FROM DEEP TOUCH OF CHINA:IN MEMORY OF FATHER P. TEILHARD DE CHARDIN ON 80~(th) ANNIVERSARY OF HIS LONG CAREER-JOURNEY[J];Quaternary Sciences;2003-04
3 LIU Tung-sheng (Institute of geology and geophysics, CAS, Beijing 100029,China );GLOBAL CHANGES AND SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE[J];Earth Science Frontiers;2002-01
4 Cheng Guoliang, Li Suling and Lin Jinlu;DISCUSSION ON THE AGE OF HOMO ERECTUS YUANMOENSIS AND THE EVENT OF EARLY MATUYAMA[J];Chinese Journal of Geology;1977-01
5 Feng Xijie Seismological Burcau of Shaanxi Province;THE TIME AND PROCESS OF QUATERNARY CRUSTAL MOVEMENTS ON THE CHINESE CONTINENT[J];Geological Review;1992-03
6 Hu CHENG-CHIH;APE-MAN TEETH FROM YUANMOU, YUNNAN[J];Acta Geological Sinica;1973-01
7 PEI WEN-CHUNG LI YIU-HENG (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Academia Sinica);SOME TENTATIVE OPINIONS ON THE PROBLEM OF“SJARA-OSSO-GOL SERIES”[J];;1964-02
8 Woo Ju-KANG Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Academia Sinica;THE HOMINID SKULL OF LANTIAN,SHENSI[J];;1966-01
9 Qi Guoqin (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Academia Sinica);QUATERNARY MAMMALIAN FOSSILS FROM SALAWUSU RIVER DISTRICT,NEI MONGOL[J];;1975-04
10 Chia Lan-po Wei Qi and Li Chao-rong (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology,Academia Sinica);REPORT ON THE EXCAVATION OF HSUCHIAYAO MAN SITE IN 1976[J];;1979-04
©2006 Tsinghua Tongfang Knowledge Network Technology Co., Ltd.(Beijing)(TTKN) All rights reserved