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Journal Article 2018 McColl, Hugh The prehistoric peopling of Southeast Asia Science [McColl, 2018 #37321]
Journal Article 2023 Freidline, Sarah E. Early presence of Homo sapiens in Southeast Asia by 86-68 kyr at Tam Pà Ling, Northern Laos Nature Communications [Freidline, 2023 #37226]
Journal Article 2016 Willman, John C. Incisor ablation among the late upper paleolithic people of Tam Hang (Northern Laos): Social identity, mortuary practice, and oral health American Journal of Physical Anthropology [Willman, 2016 #37191]
Journal Article 2022 Demeter, Fabrice A Middle Pleistocene Denisovan molar from the Annamite Chain of northern Laos Nature Communications [Demeter, 2022 #37009]
Journal Article 2018 Milano, Stefania Environmental conditions framing the first evidence of modern humans at Tam Pà Ling, Laos: a stable isotope record from terrestrial gastropod carbonates Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology [Milano, 2018 #26708]
Journal Article 2018 Bacon, Anne-Marie Nam Lot (MIS 5) and Duoi U'Oi (MIS 4) Southeast Asian sites revisited: zooarchaeological and isotopic evidences Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology [Bacon, 2018 #26709]
Journal Article 2018 Shackelford, Laura Additional evidence for early modern human morphological diversity in Southeast Asia at Tam Pa Ling, Laos Quaternary International [Shackelford, 2018 #26860]
Conference Paper 2014 Demeter, Fabrice The Tam Pa Ling case: where archaic and modern humans met The 20th Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Congress [Demeter, 2014 #26411]
Journal Article 2015 Patole-Edoumba, Elise Evolution of the Hoabinhian techno-complex of Tam Hang Rock Shelter in Northeastern Laos Archaeological Discovery [Patole-Edoumba, 2015 #27800]
Journal Article 2015 Demeter, Fabrice Early modern humans and morphological variation in Southeast Asia: fossil evidence from Tam Pa Ling, Laos PLOS One [Demeter, 2015 #27947]
Journal Article 2011 Bacon, Anne-Marie The middle Pleistocene mammalian fauna from Tam Hang karstic deposit, northern Laos: new data and evolutionary hypothesis Quaternary International [Bacon, 2011 #28551]