Credits

Tutorial Menu:

 1.    Two photos of people from around the world and two photos of apes
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada

Early Transitional Humans:

 1.   Photo of late gracile australopithecine and early transitional human skulls
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 2. Photos of a Homo habilis skull (side and face views)
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 3. Map of the likely Homo habilis geographic range 
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 4. Photo of a reconstruction of the Homo habilis appearance
  reproduced under the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2.  Source of illustration: Wikipedia

Homo erectus:

 1.   Photo of a Homo erectus skull from Java
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 2. photo of a Homo ergaster skull from Afrcia (side view)
  produced by Dennis O'Neil
 3. Map of the likely ultimate range of Homo erectus range with the Lake Turkana Region of East Africa highlighted
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 4. Family tree of early humans
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 5. Photo of Eugene Dubois
from an unknown source  (see note)
 6. Photo of Davidson Black
from an unknown source  (see note)
 7. Photo of the Peking Man skull
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 8. Photo of the Lake Turkana Boy skeleton
from an unknown source  (see note)
 9. Map of important Homo erectus sites 
produced by Dennis O'Neil
10. Homo erectus reconstructed appearance
  Reproduced under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Homo_erectus.JPG)
11. Photo comparison of Homo erectus and Homo sapiens skulls with the supraorbital tori indicated
produced by Dennis O'Neil
12. Photo of shovel-shaped incisors
from an unknown source--enhanced by Dennis O'Neil  (see note)
13. Little People of Flores--excerpt from the PBS series Nova Science Now (Afpril 19, 2005)
(copyright 2005 WGBH Educational Foundation)
  linked with permission from WGBH Educational Foundation, Boston
14. The Fellowship of the Hobbit: Elizabeth Culotta Interviews "Hobbit" Scientists
(copyright 2007 American Association for the Advancement of Science)
  linked with permission form American Association for the Advancement of Science

Climate Change and Human Evolution:

 1. Graphs of Temperature Change and Ice Volume
  produced by Dennis O'Neil (based on graph entitled Ice Age Temperature Changes produced by Robert A. Rohde University of California, Berkeley)
 2.   Photo of Ice age conditions in the northern hemisphere during the Pleistocene
  produced by Dennis O'Neil
 3 Map of the extent of major glaciers at the height of the last ice age (20,000 b.p.)
  produced by Dennis O'Neil  (based on data from Hannes Grobe, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany)
 4. Graph of the major long-term cold periods over the last 1/2 billion years
  produced by Dennis O'Neil (based on graph entitled Phanerozoic Climate Change by Robert A. Rohde, University of California, Berkeley)

Early Human Culture:

 1.   Photo of an Oldowan Tradition core tool (chopper)
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 2.  Photos of two Acheulian Tradition hand axes
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 3. Drawings of percussion flaking techniques:  hard hammer (left), soft hammer (right)
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 4. Map of the geographic range of the Acheulian Hand Ax Tradition 
produced by Dennis O'Neil

Glossary of Terms:   (illustrations already referenced above are not listed)

 1.   Photo of an Acheulean hand ax
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 2. Photo of a Homo erectus skull
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 3. Photo of a Homo habilis skull
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 4. Photo of a modern Homo sapiens skull
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 5. Photo of a chimpanzee with its mouth wide open showing different kinds of teeth
reproduced with permission from Corel Corporation, Ottawa, Canada (enhanced by Dennis O'Neil)
 6. Photo of an Oldowan Tradition core tool (chopper)
produced by Dennis O'Neil
 7. Photo of the supraorbital torus highlighted on a Homo erectus skull
produced by Dennis O'Neil

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