Title: Discovery, Geological Context and Challenges of Dating a New Hominin, Homo naledi, from South Africa
Series: Royal Tyrrell Museum Speaker Series 2017
Overview: Dr. Eric Roberts, Associate Professor and Head of Geosciences, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia, presents an overview of the discovery of the Homo naledi site. He discusses his team’s efforts and progress over the last two years at dating the fossils and refining our understanding of this important new hominin locality.
First Launched: 17th May 2017
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