DISPERSE Research at the 31st meeting of the International Association of Sedimentologists, Krakow

Geoffrey King gave an invited talk at the 31st meeting of the IAS, held at Krakow from 22nd to 25th June, 2015.

The title of the talk was Strategic Use of Landscape by Hominins in the Southern Kenya Rift Constrained Topographic Reconstruction, Soil Nutrients and Animal Distributions (with Simon K├╝bler, Stephen Rucina and Peter Owenga) in Special Session SS23 Hominin Evolution, Tectonic Basins and Climate organised by Matthew Bennett and Sally Reynolds from the Institute for Studies of Landscape and Human Evolution at Bournemouth University.

Conference Program