213 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Focuses on the pattern and process of the transition to the modern form of human locomotion, with contributions from anthropologists, biologists and anatomists.
From the reviews of the first edition:
"The aim of this volume is to present a variety of analytical approaches that reveal how human bipedality facilitates and limits patterns of landscape use, mobility, and resource collection. a ] Importantly, given the diversity of the intended audiences a ] clearly stated hypotheses and illustrations make potentially complex anatomical analysis accessible to the non-morphologist." (Philip L. Reno, Human Ecology, Vol. 34, 2006)
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