New DISPERSE Publications

Three new papers have recently been published by project members: Landscape Structures and Human Evolutionary Ecology in Africa; Blue Arabia; and The Evolution of the Red Sea as a Human Habitat.

Full details are as follows
Winder, I.C. 2015. Landscape structures and human evolutionary ecology: space, scale and environmental patterning in Africa. Internet Archaeology.Available online at:

Bailey, G.N., Devès, M.H., Inglis, R.H., Meredith-Williams, M.G., Momber, G., Sakellariou, D., Sinclair, A.G.M., Rousakis, G., Al Ghamdi, S., Alsharekh, A.M. 2015. Blue Arabia: Palaeolithic and underwater survey in SW Saudi Arabia and the role of coasts in Pleistocene dispersals. Available online at Quaternary International

Bailey, G.N. 2015. The evolution of the Red Sea as a human habitat in the Quaternary period. In Rasul, N.M.A., Stewart, I.C.F. (Eds). The Red Sea: The Formation, Morphology, Oceanography and Environment of a Young Ocean Basin. New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 595–610. Further details at: