Adam Hartstone-Rose, Ph.D.

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2008 Biological Anthropology and Anatomy Duke University, Durham, NC 
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Physical Anthropology, Anatomy Biology, Zoology Biology
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Steven E. Churchill grad student 2008 Duke
 (Evaluating the hominin scavenging niche through analysis of the carcass -processing abilities of the carnivore guild.)
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Leonard KC, Worden N, Boettcher ML, et al. (2021) Anatomical and ontogenetic influences on muscle density. Scientific Reports. 11: 2114
Dickinson E, Atkinson E, Meza A, et al. (2020) Visualization and quantification of mimetic musculature via DiceCT. Peerj. 8: e9343
Marchi D, Hartstone-Rose A. (2018) Functional Morphology and Behavioral Correlates to Postcranial Musculature. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007). 301: 419-423
Fabre AC, Perry JMG, Hartstone-Rose A, et al. (2018) Do Muscles Constrain Skull Shape Evolution in Strepsirrhines? Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007). 301: 291-310
Valenciano A, Baskin JA, Abella J, et al. (2016) Megalictis, the Bone-Crushing Giant Mustelid (Carnivora, Mustelidae, Oligobuninae) from the Early Miocene of North America. Plos One. 11: e0152430
Hartstone-Rose A, Brown KN, Leischner CL, et al. (2016) Diverse diets of the Mio-Pliocene carnivorans of Langebaanweg, South Africa South African Journal of Science. 112: 1-14
Kuhn BF, Hartstone-Rose A, Lacruz RS, et al. (2016) The carnivore guild circa 1.98 million years: biodiversity and implications for the palaeoenvironment at Malapa, South Africa Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments. 96: 611-616
Burrows AM, Hartstone-Rose A, Nash LT. (2015) Exudativory in the Asian loris, Nycticebus: Evolutionary divergence in the toothcomb and M3. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Perry JM, St Clair EM, Hartstone-Rose A. (2015) Craniomandibular signals of diet in adapids. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Hartstone-Rose A, Parkinson JA, Criste T, et al. (2015) Comparing apples and oranges-the influence of food mechanical properties on ingestive bite sizes in lemurs. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 157: 513-8
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