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Authors: Zeitoun, Valéry
Lenoble, Arnaud
Laudet, Frédéric
Thompson, Jeroen
Rink, William Jack
Doy Asa, Tasana
Title: Taphonomy and paleoecological significance of the <i>Ailuropoda-Stegodon</i> complex of Ban Fa Suai (northern Thailand)
Date: 2008
Source: From <i>Homo erectus</i> to the living traditions
Place of Publication: Chiang Mai
Publisher: European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists
Notes: Choice of Papers from the 11th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Bougon, 25th-29th September 2006.
Abstract: Since the description of the complex <i>Ailuropoda-Stegodon</i> as a faunistic association with chronological signification for South-East Asian area, no consideration was done to evaluate the melting of faunas pointed out by De Vos. The taphonomical study of the cave of the Monk (Ban Fa Suai, Northern Thailand) brings evidence of sequential deposits with ecological significance.
Date Created: 10/6/2008
Editors: Pautreau, Jean-Pierre
Coupey, Anne-Sophie
Zeitoun, Valéry
Rambault, Emma
Page Start: 51
Page End: 57