Publications of NMG (arising from NMG funding or by NMG members) include:

1) Marcus, L. F., Frost, S. R. and Delson, E. (1997) Comparison of Polhemus 3Draw Pro and Microscribe 3DX (Precision and/or Comparison of Data Acquisition Hardware). Internet-publication, posted to Biological Morphometrics Mailing List. (PDF 12 KB)

2) Delson, E., Harvati, K., Reddy, D., Marcus, L. F., Mowbray, K., Sawyer, G. J., Jacob, T. and Márquez, S. (2001) The Sambungmacan 3 Homo erectus calvaria: a comparative morphometric and morphological analysis, Anatomical Record, 262:. 360-377. (PDF 801 KB)

3) Singleton, M. (2002). Patterns of cranial shape variation in the Papionini (Primates: Cercopithecinae). Journal of Human Evolution, 42: 547-578. (PDF 908 KB)

4) Friess, M., Marcus, L. F., Reddy, D. P., and Delson, E. (2002) The use of 3D laser scanning techniques for the morphometric analysis of human facial shape variation. Three-Dimensional Imaging in Paleoanthropology and Prehistoric Archaeology. (Proceedings of the XIVth UISPP Congress, 2001), ed. B. Mafart and H. Delingette. British Archaeological Reports, S1049, 31-35. Archaeopress: Oxford, UK. (PDF 626 KB)

5) Frost, S.R., Marcus, L. F., Reddy, D. P., Bookstein, F. and Delson, E. (2003) Cranial allometry, phylogeography and systematics of large bodied papionins (Primates: Cercopithecinae) inferred from geometric morphometric analysis of landmark data. Anatomical Record 275A: 1048-1072. (PDF 1,650 KB)

(See its cover and comment by Jolly: Jolly, C. (2003) Cranial Anatomy and Baboon Diversity. The Anatomical Record Part A, 275A: 1043-1047. (PDF 59 KB)

6) Harvati, K. (2002). Models of shape variation between and within species and the Neanderthal taxonomic position: A 3D geometric morphometrics approach based on temporal bone morphology. Three-Dimensional Imaging in Paleoanthropology and Prehistoric Archaeology. (Proceedings of the XIVth UISPP Congress, 2001), ed. B. Mafart and H. Delingette. British Archaeological Reports, S1049, 25-30. Archaeopress: Oxford, UK. (PDF 752 KB)

7) Harvati, K. (2003) The Neanderthal taxonomic position: models of intra- and inter-specific craniofacial variation. Journal of Human Evolution, 44: 107-132. (PDF 437 KB)

8) Harvati, K. (2003). Quantitative analysis of Neanderthal temporal bone morphology using three-dimensional geometric morphometrics. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 120; 323-338. (PDF 282 KB)

9) McNulty, K. (2005) A geometric morphometric assessment of the hominoid supraorbital region: Affinities of the Eurasian Miocene hominoids Dryopithecus, Graecopithecus, and Sivapithecus. In Modern Morphometrics in Physical Anthropology (D. Slice, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers: New York, pp. 349-373. (PDF 243 KB)

10) Reddy, D. P., Harvati, K. and Kim, J. (2005) Alternative approaches to ridge-curve analysis using the example of the Neanderthal occipital 'bun'. In Modern Morphometrics in Physical Anthropology (D. Slice, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers: New York, pp. 99-115. (PDF 188 KB)

11) Harvati, K., Frost, S.R., McNulty, K.P. (2004) Neanderthanl taxonomy reconsidered: Implications of 3D Primate Models of intra_ and interspecific differences. PNAS, 101: 1147-1152. (PDF 371 KB)

12) Singleton, M. (2005) Craniofacial shape variation in cercopithecine primates. In Modern Morphometrics in Physical Anthropology (D. Slice, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers: New York, pp. 313-347. (PDF 265 KB)

13) McNulty, K. (2004) A geometric morphometric assessment of hominoid crania: conservative African apes and their liberal implications. Annals of Anatomy, 186:429-433. (PDF 573 KB)

14) Harvati, K. (2004) 3-D geometric morphometric analysis of temporal bone landmarks in Neanderthals and modern humans. In: (Elewa, Ashraf M. T. ed.) Morphometrics, Applications in Biology and Paleontology Springer-Verlag, p. 245-258.

15) Nicholson, E & Harvati, K. (2006) Quantitative analysis of human mandibular shape using three-dimensional geometric morphometrics. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 131: 368-383. (PDF 503 KB)

16) Singleton, M. (2005) Geometric morphometric analysis of functional divergence in mangabey facial form. Journal of Anthropological Sciences 82: 29-46. (PDF 9.89 MB)

17) McNulty, K.P., Frost, S.R. & Strait, D.S. (2006) Examining affinities of the Taung child by developmentral simulation. Journal of Human Evolution, 51: 274-296. (PDF 631 KB)

18) Harcourt-Smith, W.E., Tallman, M., Frost, S.R., Wiley, D. F. & Delson, E. (2008) Analysis of selected hominoid joint surfaces using laser scanning and geometric morphometrics: a preliminary report. In Eric J. Sargis and Marian Dagosto, eds. Mammalian Evolutionary Morphology: A Tribute to Frederick S. Szalay; Springer: Dordrecht. (PDF 198 KB)

19) Harvati, K. & Weaver, T. (2006) Reliability of cranial morphology in reconstructing Neanderthal phylogeny. In K. Harvati & T. Harrison, eds. Neanderthals Revisited: New Approaches and Perspectives, 239254. Springer: Dordrecht. (PDF 140 KB)

20) Harvati, K. & Weaver, T. (2006) Human cranial anatomy and the differential preservation of population history and climate signatures. Anatomical Record 288A: 1225-1233. (PDF 198 KB)

21) Gunz, P. and Harvati, K. (2007) The Neanderthal ??chignon??: Variation, integration, and homology. Journal of Human Evolution 52: 262-274. (PDF 731 KB)

22) Singleton, M. (2009) The phenetic affinities of Rungwecebus kipunji. Journal of Human Evolution 56: 25-42. (PDF 1.3M)

23) Jungers, W.L., W.E.H. Harcourt-Smith, R.E. Wunderlich, M.W. Tocheri, S. G. Larson, R. A. Due, T. Djubiantono, M. J. Morwood (2009). The Foot of Homo floresiensis. Nature, 458: 81-84.(PDF 636K)

24) Harvati, K., Hublin, J-J. and Gunz, P. (2010) Evolution of middle-late Pleistocene human cranio-facial form: A 3-D approach. Journal of Human Evolution 59: 445-464.(PDF 1.4M)

25) Harvati, K., Gunz, P. & Grigorescu, D. (2007) The Cioclovina partial cranium: affinities of an early modern European. Journal of Human Evolution 53: 732-746. (PDF 388 KB)

26) Grine, F. E.,Bailey, R. M., Harvati, K. Nathan, R. P., Morris, A. G.,Henderson, G. M., Ribot, I.,Pike, A. W. G. (2007) Late Pleistocene Human Skull from Hofmeyr, South Africa, and Modern Human Origins. Science 315: 226-229. (PDF 245 KB)

27) Robinson, C. (2012) Geometric morphometric analysis of mandibular shape diversity in Pan. JHE 63: 191-204. (PDF)

28) Baab, K. L. and McNulty, K. P. (2009) Size, shape, and asymmetry in fossil hominins: The status of the LB1 cranium based on 3D morphometric analyses. Journal of Human Evolution 57: 608-622.(PDF 1.0M)

29) Baab, K. L. (2008) A re-evaluation of the taxonomic affinities of the early Homo cranium KNM-ER 42700. Journal of Human Evolution 55: 741-746. (PDF 219 KB)

30) Baab, K. L. (2008) The taxonomic implications of cranial shape variation in Homo erectus. Journal of Human Evolution 54: 827-847. (PDF 218 KB)

31) Alcantara,D. Carmichael, O. Delson, E., Harcourt-Smith, W., Sterner, K., Frost, S., Dutton, R., Thompson, P., Aizenstein, H., Lopez, O., Becker, J. and Amenta, N. (2007) Localized Components Analysis. In: N. Karssemeijer and B. Lelieveldt (Eds.): Information Processing in Medical Imaging, Proc. IPMI 2007, Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 4584, pp. 519531, Springer, Berlin. (PDF 1.5 MB)

32) Alcantara, D., Carmichael, O., Harcourt-Smith, W., Sterner, K., Frost, S., Dutton, R., Thompson, P., Delson, E. and Amenta, N. (2009) Exploration of Shape Variation using Localized Components Analysis. (IEEE) Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 31: 1510-1516.(PDF 2.1M)

33) Harvati, K., Singh, N. and Nicholson, E. (2011) A Three-dimensional Look at the Neanderthal Mandible. In S. Condemi and G-C Weniger (eds.) Continuity and Discontinuity in the Peopling of Europe: One Hundred Fifty Years of Neanderthal Study, pp. 179-192. Springer: Dordrecht. (PDF)

34) Günz, P. and Harvati, K. (2011). Integration and Homology of "Chignon" and "Hemibun" Morphology. In S. Condemi and G-C Weniger (eds.) Continuity and Discontinuity in the Peopling of Europe: One Hundred Fifty Years of Neanderthal Study, pp. 193-202. Springer: Dordrecht. (PDF)

36) Harvati, K. and Toussaint, M. (2014) 3-D geometric morphometric analysis of the Scladina Neanderthal child in a developmental context. In The Scladina I-4A Juvenile Neandertal, Paleoanthropology and Context, M. Toussaint and D. Bonjean, eds. Etudes et Recherches Archéologiques de l'Université de Liège 134: 215-222. (PDF)

37) Baab, K. L., Freidline, S. E., Wang, S. L. and Hanson, T. (2009) Relationship of Cranial Robusticity to Cranial Form, Geography and Climate in Homo sapiens. Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. 141, 97-115. (PDF 525K)

38) McNulty, K. (2009) Computing singular warps from Procrustes aligned coordinates. J. Hum. Evol. 57: 191-194. (PDF 212K)

39) Harvati, K. (2009) Into Eurasia: A geometric morphometric re-assessment of the Upper Cave (Zhoukoudian) specimens. J. hum. Evol. 57: 751-762.(PDF 792K)

40) Singleton, M., Rosenberger, A.L., Robinson, C. and O'Neill, R. (2011) Allometric and Metameric Shape Variation in Pan Mandibular Molars: A Digital Morphometric Analysis. Anatomical Record 294: 322-334. (PDF 442K)

41) Singleton, M., McNulty, K. P., Frost, S.R., Soderberg, J., and Guthrie, E.H. (2010) Bringing Up Baby: Developmental Simulation of the Adult Cranial Morphology of Rungwecebus kipunji. Anat. Record 293: 388-401. (PDF 1M)

43) Freidline, S. E., Gunz, P., Jankovic, I., Harvati, K. and Hublin, J-J. (2012) A comprehensive morphometric analysis of the frontal and zygomatic bone of the Zuttiyeh fossil from Israel. J. Hum. Evol. 62: 225-241.(PDF 1.5M)

44) Baab, K. L. (2010) Cranial Shape in Asian Homo erectus: Geographic, Anagenetic, and Size-Related Variation. In C.J. Norton and D.R. Braun (eds.), Asian Paleoanthropology: From Africa to China and Beyond, pp. 57-79. Springer: Dordrecht. (PDF 2.1M)

45) Singleton, M. (2012) Postnatal cranial development in papionin primates: An alternative model for hominin evolutionary development. Evol. Biol. 39: 499-520. (PDF 778K)

46) McNulty, K. P. and Baab, K. L. (2010) Keeping Asymmetry in Perspective: A Reply to Eckhardt and Henneberg. Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. 143: 337-339. (PDF 142K)

47) Friess, M. (2010) Calvarial shape variation among Middle Pleistocene hominins: An application of surface scanning in palaeoanthropology. C. R. Palevol 9: 435–443. (PDF 415K)

48) Tocheri, M.W., Solhan, C.R., Orr, C.M., Femiani, J., Frohlich, B., Groves, C.P., Harcourt-Smith, W.E.H., Richmond,B.G., Shoelson, B., and. William L. Jungers (2010). Ecological divergence and medial cuneiform morphology in gorillas. J. Hum. Evol. 60: 171-184. (PDF 1.2M)

52) Williams, B.A., Ross, C.F., Frost, S.R., Waddle, D.M., Gabadirwe, M. and Brook, G.A. (2012). Fossil Papio Cranium from !Ncumtsa (Koanaka) Hills, Western Ngamiland, Botswana. Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. 149:1–17. (PDF 1M)

54) Baab, K. L., McNulty, K. P., and Rohlf, F. J. (2012). The Shape of Human Evolution: A Geometric Morphometrics Perspective. Evol. Anth. 21: 151-16. (PDF 955K)

55) Tallman, L. (2013). Forelimb to hindlimb covariation in extant hominoids and Plio-Pleistocene hominins. Anatomical Record, 296: 290-304. (PDF 5.9M)(Supp1)

56) Almécija, S., Tallman, M., Alba, D.M., Pina, M., Moya-Sola, S., and Jungers, W.L. (2013). The femur of Orrorin tugenensis exhibits morphometric affinities with both Miocene apes and later hominins. Nature Communications. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms3888. (PDF 1.5M)(Supp1)

57) Tallman, M. (2012). Functional morphology of the distal radius in hominoids and fossil hominins: implications for the evolution of bipedalism. Anat Rec. 295: 454-464. (PDF)

58) Xiao, D., Bae, C.J., Shen, G., Delson, E., Jin, J.H.J., Webb, N.M. and Qiu, L. (2014). Metric and geometric morphometric analysis of new hominin fossils from Maba (Guangdong, China). JHE 74: 1-20. (PDF 3.4M) (Supp 34K)

59) Harvati, K., Stringer, C., Grün, R., Aubert, M., Allsworth-Jones, P., and Folorunso, C.A. (2011) The Later Stone Age Calvaria from Iwo Eleru, Nigeria: Morphology and Chronology. PLoS One 6(9): e24024. (PDF 735K)

60) Freidline, S.E., Gunz, P., Harvati, K. and Hublin, J-J. (2012) Middle Pleistocene human facial morphology in an evolutionary and developmental context. JHE 63: 723-740. (PDF 2.1M)

61) Freidline, S., Gunz, P., Harvati, K. and Hublin, JJ. (2013) Evaluating developmental shape changes in Homo antecessor subadult facial morphology. JHE 65: 404-423. (PDF 4.3M)

62) Tallman, M. (2015) Phenetic and functional analyses of the distal ulna of Australopithecus afarensis and Australopithecus africanus. (Cooke & Terhune issue) Anat Rec 298: 195-211. (PDF 698K)

63) Friess, M. (2012) Scratching the Surface? The use of surface scanning in physical and paleoanthropology. J Anth Sciences 90: 7-31. (PDF)(Supp1) (Supp2)

64) McNulty, K. P. (2012) Evolutionary Development in Australopithecus africanus. Evol Biol, 39: 488-498. (PDF)

65) Cooke, S.B. and Tallman, M. (2012) New endemic platyrrhine femur from Haiti: description and locomotor analysis. JHE 63: 560-567. (PDF)

66) Tallman, M., Almécija, S., Reber, S.L., Alba, D.M. and Moyà-Solà, S. (2013) The distal tibia of Hispanopithecus laeitanus: more evidence for mosaicism in the Miocene. JHE 64: 319-327. (PDF 879K)

67) Alba, D.M., Almécija, S., and Moyà-Solà, S. (2012) The thumb of Miocene apes: new insights from Castell de Barberà (Catalonia, Spain). AJPA 148: 436-450. (PDF)

68) Shearer, BM, Sholts, SB, Garvin, HM, and Warmlander, SKTS. (2012) Sexual dimorphism in human browridge volume measured from 3D models of dry crania: A new digital morphometrics approach. Forensic Science International. 222: 400.e1-400.e5 (PDF) (Supp)

69) Alba, D.M., Almécija, S., Casanovas-Vila, I. , Méndez, J.M., and Moyà-Solà, S. (2012) A Partial Skeleton of the Fossil Great Ape Hispanopithecus laietanus from Can Feu and the Mosaic Evolution of Crown-Hominoid Positional Behaviors. PLoS ONE 7(6): e39617. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039617. (PDF)

70) Pina, M., Alba, D.M., Almecija, S., Fotuny, J. and Moya-Sola, S. (2012) Brief communication: Paleobiological inferences on the locomotor repertoire of extinct hominoids based on femoral neck cortical thickness: the fossil great ape Hispanopithecus laietanus as a test-case study. Amer J Phys Anthropol 149: 142-148. (PDF)

72) Gladman, J.T., Boyer, D.M., Simons, E.L. & Seiffert, E.R. (2013) A Calcaneus Attributable to the Primitive Late Eocene Anthropoid Proteopithecus sylviae: Phenetic Affinities and Phylogenetic Implications. Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. 151: 373-397. (PDF 1.2M)(Supp1) (Supp2)(Supp3)(Supp4)

74) Rein T.R., Harvati K. (2013). Exploring third metacarpal capitate facet shape in early hominins. Anatomical Record 296: 240-249. (PDF 2.4M)

75) Baab, K.L., McNulty, K.P., Harvati. K. (2013) Homo floresiensis contextualized: a geometric morphometric comparative analysis of fossil and pathological human samples. PLoS One 8(7): e69119, 1-11. (PDF 3.0M)

76) Almecija, S., Shrewsbury, M., Rook, L. and Moyà-Solà, S. (2014) The morphology of Oreopithecus bambolii pollical distal phalanx. Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. 153: 582-597. (PDF 820K)

77) Tallman, M. (2016) Shape ontogeny of the distal femur in the Hominidae with implications for the evolution of bipedality. PLoS One DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0148371 (PDF 531K)

78) Susanna, I, Alba, DM, Almécija, S and Moyà-Solà, S (2014) The vertebral remains of the late Miocene great ape Hispanopithecus laietanus from Can Llobateres 2 (Vallès-Penedès Basin, NE Iberian Peninsula). JHE 73: 15-34. (PDF 3.7M)

80) Rosenberger, A.L., Klukkert, Z.S., Cooke, S. B. and Rímoli, R. (2013) Rethinking Antillothrix: the mandible and its implications. Amer. J. Primatol. 75: 825-836. (PDF 745K)

81) Baab, K. (2013) The impact of superimposition choice in geometric morphometric approaches to morphological integration. Journal of Human Evolution 65: 689-692. (PDF 488K)

82) Turley, K, Frost, SR (2014) The ontogeny of talo-crural appositional articular morphology among catarrhine taxa: adult shape reflects substrate use. AJPA 154: 447-458. (PDF 427K)

83) Cooke SB, Terhune CE. (2015) Form, function, and geometric morphometrics. (issue introduction) Anatomical Record 298: 5-28. (PDF 963K)

84) Tallman, M., Amenta, A., Delson, E. Frost, S.R., Ghosh, D., Klukkert, Z.S., Morrow, A. Sawyer, G.J. (2014) Evaluation of a new method of fossil retrodeformation by symmetrization: crania of papionins (Primates, Cercopithecidae) as a test case. PLoS One 9(7): e1008333 [pp 1-17]. (PDF 3.3M)

85) Singleton, M. (2015) Functional geometric morphometric analysis of masticatory system ontogeny in papionin primates. (Cooke & Terhune issue) Anat Rec 298: 48-63. (PDF 602K)

86) Almécija, S., Orr, C.M., Tocheri, M.W., Patel, B.A., Jungers, W.L. (2015) Exploring phylogenetic and functional signals in complex morphologies: the hamate of extant anthropoids as a test-case study. (Cooke & Terhune issue) Anat Rec 298: 212-229. (PDF 1.0M)

87) Terhune, C.E., Cooke, S.B., Otárola-Castillo, E. (2015) Form and function in the platyrrhine skull: A three-dimensional analysis of dental and TMJ morphology. (Cooke & Terhune issue) Anat Rec 298: 29-47. (PDF 1.0M)(Supp1 2.6M)(Supp2 3.1M)(Supp3 3.1M)(Supp4 12K)

88) Boyer, D.M., Puente, J., Gladman, J.T., Glynn, C., Muhkerjee, S., Yapuncich, G.S., and Daubechies, I. (2015). A new fully automated approach for aligning and comparing shapes. (Cooke & Terhune issue) Anat Rec 298: 249-276. (PDF 1.2M)(Supp1 18M)(Supp2 3.2M)(Supp3 3.4M)

89) Pagano, A., Laitman, J.T. (2015) Three-dimensional geometric morphometric analysis of the nasopharyngeal boundaries and its functional integration with the face and external basicranium among extant hominoids. (Cooke & Terhune issue) Anat Rec 298: 85-106. (PDF 1.5M)

92) Knigge, R.P., Tocheri, M.W., Orr, C.M., McNulty, K.P. (2015) Three-dimensional geometric morphometric anlysis of talar morphology in extant gorilla taxa from highloand and lowland habitats. (Cooke & Terhune issue) Anat Rec 298: 277-290. (PDF 898K)

93) McNulty, K.P., Vinyard, C.J. (2015) Morphometry, geometry, function and the future. (Cooke & Terhune issue) Anat Rec 298: 328-333. (PDF 98K)

94) Baab, K.L. (2016) The role of neurocranial shape in defining the boundaries of an expanded Homo erectus hypodigm. J. Human Evol. 92: 1-21. (PDF 1.6M) (Supplemental 6.7M)

100) Halenar, L.B., Cooke, S.B., Rosenberger, A.L., Rimoli, R. (2017) New cranium of the endemic Caribbean platyrrhine, Antillothrix bernensis, from La Altagracia Province, Dominican Republic. J. Human Evol. 106: 133-153. (PDF 4.12M)

102) Robinson, C., Terhune, C.M. (2017) Error in geometric morphometric data collection: Combining data from multiple sources. AJPA 164: 62-75. (PDF 2M) (SuppFig1) (SuppFig2) (SuppFig3) (SuppFig4) (SuppFig5) (SuppFig6)

103) Shearer, B.M,.Cooke, S.B., Halenar, L.B., Reber, S.L., Plummer, J.E., Delson, E. and Tallman, M. (2017) Evaluating causes of error in landmark-based data collection using scanners. PLoS One 12(11), 37 pp. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0187452 (PDF 20M)

106) Singleton, M., Seitelman, B.C., Krecioch, J.R. and Frost, S.R. (2017) Cranial sexual dimorphism in the Kinda baboon (Papio hamadryas kindae). Amer J Phys Anthropol. Early View, 14 pp. (PDF 2.5M)

Abstracts & Dissertations

1998 Frost, S. R., L. F. Marcus, E. Delson and D. Reddy. Quantification of facial variation in the Papionini (Cercopithecinae, Cercopithecidae) (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Supplement 26: 84-85.

1999 Marcus, L. F., S.R. Frost, F. Bookstein, D. Reddy and E. Delson. Comparison of landmarks among Papio skulls, with extension of Procrustes methods to ridge curves. (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol., Supplement 28: 190.

2001 Harvati, K. Models of shape variation within and among species and the Neanderthal taxonomic position: a 3-D geometric morphometric approach on temporal bone morphology. J. hum. Evol. (Abstracts of the Paleoanthropology Society Meeting) 40: A9-A10.

2001 Harvati, K. The Neanderthal problem: 3-D geometric morphometric models of cranial shape variation within and among species. PhD dissertation, City University of New York.

2001 Frost, S. R. Fossil Cercopithecidae from the Afar Depression, Ethiopia: Species systematics and comparison to the Turkana Basin. Ph.D. Dissertation, City University of New York. (PDF)

2001 M. Friess, E. Delson. L. F. Marcus, D. P. Reddy. The use of laser scanning techniques in paleoanthropology: A preliminary evaluation (abstract). SCANNING 2001: 13th annual meeting (submitted abstracts not published)

2002 E. Delson, M. Friess, L. Marcus and D. Reddy. Assessment of quantitative characters in the distal humerus among hominids (great apes and hominins) (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 34: 61.

2002 M. Friess, Revisiting human cold adaptation: craniofacial shape assessed by 3D laser scanning (abstract), Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol., Supp 34: 72.

2002 K. Harvati, D. Reddy and L. Marcus, Analysis of the posterior cranial profile morphology in Neanderthals and modern humans using geometric morphometrics (abstract), Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol, Supp 34: 83.

2002 D. Reddy, S. Frost, M. Friess, L. Marcus and E. Delson. An interactive database for primate morphometric studies (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 34: 129.

2003 K. L. Baab, N. C. Ting, T. D. Capellini, S. E. Hagell, and E. Delson. Precision in 3D landmark data collection for geometric morphometrics (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 36: 61.

2003 E. Delson, D. Reddy, S. Frost, F.J. Rohlf, M. Friess, K. McNulty, K. Baab, T. Capellini, and S. E. Hagell. 3D visualization of inferred intermediates on a phylogenetic tree--Applications in paleoanthropology (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 36: 86-87.

2003 S. E. Hagell and K. P. McNulty. An assessment of hylobatid monomorphism using geometric morphometrics (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 36: 107.

2003 D. P. Reddy, J. Kim, S. Frost, F. Bookstein and E. Delson. Allometry in the skulls of Papio subspecies: Alternative visualization techniques (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 36: 175-176.

2003 McNulty, K. P. Geometric morphometric analyses of extant and fossil hominoid craniofacial morphology. PhD dissertation, City University of New York.

2004 E. Delson and S.R. Frost Paradolichopithecus: a large-bodied terrestrial papionin (Cercopithecidae) from the Pliocene of western Eurasia (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 38:85. (PDF 46K)

2004 S.R. Frost, L.F. Marcus, F.L. Bookstein, D.P. Reddy, and E. Delson Cranial allometry, phylogeography and systematics of baboons inferred from geometric morphometric analysis of landmark data (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 38: 97 (PDF 46K)

2004 W.E.H. Harcourt-Smith, J. Kim, and E. Delson Estimating hominoid reciprocal joint congruence: a comparison of two different morphometric techniques (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 38: 108-109 (PDF 22K)

2004 N. Ting, W.E.H. Harcourt-Smith, S.R. Frost, and E. Delson Description and analysis of postcranial elements of Paradolichopithecus arvernensis: A large-bodied papionin from the Pliocene of Eurasia (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 38:195. (PDF)

2004 K. Baab and K. Harvati A 3D analysis of shape differences in the scapula between Neanderthals and modern humans using geomtric morphometrics (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 38: 57.

2005 T. Peburn Differences in patterns of shape variation among cranial regions in the Papionini (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 40: 164.

2005 M. Tallman Quantifying cross-sectional geometry in modern human long bones using Elliptic Fourier Analysis for the purposes of ancestry attribution (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 40: 204-205.

2005 F. J. Rohlf, N. Amenta, E. Delson, D. F. Wiley, W. Harcourt-Smith, S. Frost, A. L. Rosenberger, D. A. Alcantara, and L. Tallman Visualizing primate evolution - reification of a statistical model (abstract) Classification Society of North America 2005 meeting, p. 62.

2005 Frost, S.R., Ting. N., Harcout-Smith, W.E.H., and Delson, E. Positional and locomotor behavior of Paradolichopithecus arvernensis as inferred from the functional morphology of the postcrania. Amer. J. Primatol., 66(S1):134-135.

2005 D. F. Wiley, N. Amenta, D. A. Alcantara, D. Ghosh, Y. J. Kil, E. Delson, W. Harcourt-Smith, F. J. Rohlf, K. St. John, and B. Hamann Evolutionary morphing (extended abstract and associated video presentation). IEEE Visualization Conference 2005, pp. 1-8.

2006 Baab, K. L., Freidline, S. E. and Wang, S. L. An investigation of robusticity in modern human crania: Implications for Homo erectus. PaleoAnthropology A50. (PDF)

2006 McNulty, K.P. and Baab, K. L. Sexual dimorphism in hominin supraorbital morphology (abstract). PaleoAnthropology A65 (PDF)

2006 Pilbrow, VC and Delson, E. Partitioning of dental variation within and among chimpanzee, gorilla and baboon taxa: Implications for taxonomy and hominin models (abstract). PaleoAnthropology A69 (PDF)

2006 Delson, E., Wiley, D., Harcourt-Smith, W., Frost, S.R. and Rosenberger, A.L. 3D approaches in paleoanthropology using geometric morphometrics and laser scanning (abstract). J. Vert. Paleo. 26: 55A-56A (PDF)

2007 Baab, K. L. Magnitude and pattern of geographic variation in cranial shape within Homo erectus, especially from Asia (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anth. Suppl. 44: 66-67

2007 Delson, E., Harcourt-Smith, W.E.H., Frost, S.R., Rosenberger, A.L., Rohlf, F. J., Amenta, A.B., and Wiley, D.F. 3D approaches in paleoanthropology: small steps beyond William White Howells (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anth. Suppl. 44: 98. (PDF)

2007 Peburn, T. A. The ins and outs of mangabeys: An examination of internal versus external basicranial and facial architecture (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anth. Suppl. 44: 185.

2007 Singleton, A. M. Geometric morphometric analysis of mangabey suborbital morphology (abstract). Amer. J. Phys. Anth. Suppl. 44: 219

2007 Baab, K. L. Cranial shape variation in Homo erectus. PhD dissertation, City University of New York.

2008 Freidline, S., Gunz, P., Harvati, K. Delson, E. and Hublin, J.J. How three-dimensional surface data can be used to reconstruct fragmentary fossils (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 46: 99.(PDF)

2008 Garrett, E.C. and Delson, E. Geometric morphometric analysis of the ontogeny of canine and craniofacial growth in Colobus guereza: implications for its lack of canine dimorphism (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 46: 101.(PDF).

2009 S. Freidline, K. Harvati, I. Karavonic, P. Gunz, E. Delson, & J.J. Hublin. 3D landmark and semilandmark geometric morphometric analysis of the Zuttiyeh fronto-zygomatic fragment (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 48: 192. (PDF 301K)

2010 Amenta, N., Ghosh, D., Sharf, A., Rohlf, F.J., Harcourt-Smith, W., Frost, S., Wiley, D., St. John, K., Delson, E. Evolutionary morphing (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 50: 55. (PDF 437K)

2010 Tallman, M. Postcranial variation in Plio-Pleistocene hominins of Africa. PhD dissertation, City University of New York.

(2011 a,b,c are in a single PDF)

2011a Bae, C.J., Xiao, D., Qiu, L., Shen, G., Delson, E., Von Cramon-Taubadel, N., Lycett, S.J., Jin, J.J.H., & Tu, H. Morphometric Analysis and Geochronology of Hominin Fossils from Maba (Guangdong, China) (abstract). American Journal Physical Anthropology, Supplement 50: 80. (PDF 1M)

2011b Delson, E., Ford, E., Friess, M., Frost, S.R., & Harcourt-Smith, W. Organizing, administering, and sustaining an open-access database, examples learned from PRIMO (abstract). American Journal Physical Anthropology, Supplement 50: 123.(PDF 1M)

2011c Frost, S.R., Guthrie, E.H., & Delson, E. Impact of global climatic change on the evolution of Theropithecus oswaldi (abstract). American Journal Physical Anthropology, Supplement 50: 139 (PDF 1M)

2011d Paleoanthropology in 3D: A review of analysis and visualization of primate (especially human) evolution (The 10th G. H. R. von Koenigswald Lecture) (abstract). In: Lehmann, T. and Schaal, S.F.K. (eds), The World at the Time of Messel: Puzzles in Palaeobiology, Palaeoenvironment and the History of Early Primates. 22nd International Senckenberg Conference. 15th – 19th November 2011, Frankfurt am Main. Conference Volume. Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung,Frankfurt am Main, pp. 52-53. (PDF)

2012a (Shearer, B. and Delson, E.) Fossil macaque from Middle Pleistocene of Gajtan Cave, Albania, aligns with Macaca sylvanus via geometric morphometric analysis (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 52: 268-269. (PDF)

2012b Halenar, L.B. Paleobiology of Protopithecus brasiliensis, a Plus-Size Pleistocene Platyrrhine from Brazil. PhD dissertation, City University of New York.

2014a Boyer, D.M., Kaufman, S., Gunnell, G.F., Rosenberger, A.L., Delson, E. Managing 3D digital data sets of morphology: MorphoSource is a new project-based data archiving and distribution too (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 58: 84. (PDF 3.1M)

2014b Shearer, B.M., Tallman, M., Cooke, S.B., Halenar, L.B., Reber, S.L., Sires, J.P., Delson, E. Evaluating causes of error in landmark-based data collection using scanners (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 58: 237-238. (PDF 3.1M)

2015a Tallman, M., Amenta, A., Delson, E., Frost, S.R., Ghosh, D. and Rohlf, F.J. "Adding phylogenetic trees to improve virtual retrodeformation: Cercopithecidae as a test case (abstract). Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 2015 Annual Meeting Program and abstracts, p. 222. (PDF 1.3M)

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