|aMeat-eating & human evolution /|cedited by Craig B. Stanford and Henry T. Bunn.
|aOxford [England] ;|aNew York :|bOxford University Press,|c2001.
|axii, 370 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tDeconstructing the Serengeti /|rMartha Tappen --|tTaphonomy of the Swartkrans hominid postcrania and its bearing on issues of meat-eating and fire management /|rTravis R. Pickering --|tNeandertal hunting and meat-processing in the Near East: evidence from Kebara Cave (Israel) /|rJohn D. Speth,|rEitan Tchernov --|tModeling the edible landscape /|rJeanne Sept --|gThe|tdog-eat-dog world of carnivores: a review of past and present carnivore community dynamics /|rBlaire Van Valkenburgh --|gA|tcomparison of social meat-foraging by chimpanzees and human foragers /|rCraig B. Stanford --|tMeat and the early human diet: insights from neotropical primate studies /|rLisa M. Rose --|gThe|tother faunivory: primate insectivory and early human diet /|rWilliam C. McGrew --|tMeat-eating by the fourth African ape /|rMargaret J. Schoeninger ...|g[et al.] --|tHunting, power scavenging, and butchering by Hadza Foragers and by Plio-Pleistocene Homo /|rHenry T. Bunn --|tIs meat the hunter's property?: big game, ownership, and explanations of hunting and sharing /|rKristen Hawkes --|tSpecialized meat-eating in the Holocene: and archaeological case from the frigid tropics of high-altitude Peru /|rJohn W. Rick,|rKatherine M. Moore --|tMutualistic hunting /|rMichael S. Alvard --|tIntragroup resource transfers: comparative evidence, models, and implications for human evolution /|rBruce Winterhalder --|gThe|tevolutionary consequences of increased carnivory in hominids /|rRobert A. Foley --|tNeonate body size and hominid carnivory /|rNatalia Vasey,|rAlan Walker --|gConclusions:|tresearch trajectories on hominid meat-eating /|rHenry T. Bunn,|rCraig B. Stanford.