User:Chakazul/AAH

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search


Reliable Sources For / Against the Aquatic Ape Hypothesis (talk)[edit]

For

44+ experts (20 notable), number of RS = 120+

RS Against

30+ experts (12 notable), number of RS = 35+

RS
Definition
Edited volumes
  • Half of "Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?" [12]
  • "Marine Fat and Human Health" [13]
  • "Human Brain Evolution" [14]
  • "Was Man More Aquatic In The Past?" [15]
  • "Trekking the Shore" [16]
4
  • Half of "Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?" [12]
1
Reception & theoretical considerations 18 9
Fossil records 20 2
Archaeology 21 1
Comparative zoology 7 1
Wading bipedalism 5
  • Robert Meier (anthropologist) [105]
1
Hair reduction, parasites 2 5
Shore-based diet, brain enlargement, fat tissue 25 10
Diving & swimming physiology, speech 14
  • Jan Wind (MD) [165] [166]
  • Joseph Ghesquire & Helen Bunkens (physical educator) [167]
  • Ann MacLarnon (anthropologist) [168] [169]
5
Water birth 4
  • others [11]

Note: Bold = Notable or prolific, Italic = Not counted, Stroke = Non reliable (blogs, Medical Hypothesis, Bentham?)


  1. ^ Westenhöfer M (1942) Der Eigenweg des Menschen: dargestellt auf Grund von vergleichend morphologischen Untersuchungen über die Artenbildung und Menschwerdung [The Path Travelled by Man Alone]. Mannstaedt & Co.. [cited by 20]
  2. ^ Westenhöfer M (1948) Die Grundlagen meiner Theorie vom Eigenweg des Menschen: Entwicklung, Menschwerdung, Weltanschauung. Heidelberg : Winter-Verl.. [cited by 5]
  3. ^ Hardy AC (1960) Was man more aquatic in the past?. New Scientist 17 Mar 7 (174): 642-645. [cited by 175]
  4. ^ Hardy AC (1960) Has man an aquatic past?. The Listener and BBC Television Review 63 (1624): 839-941. [cited by 1]
  5. ^ Hardy AC (1977) Was there a Homo aquaticus?. Zenith 15 (1): 4-6. [cited by 8]
  6. ^ Morgan E (1972) The Descent of Woman. Souvenir Press. [cited by 338]
  7. ^ Morgan E (1982) The Aquatic Ape. Stein & Day Pub. [cited by 136]
  8. ^ Morgan E (1990) The Scars of Evolution. Souvenir Press. [cited by 103]
  9. ^ Morgan E (1997) The Aquatic Ape Hypothesis: The Most Credible Theory of Human Evolution. Penguin. [cited by 65]
  10. ^ Morgan E (2008) The Naked Darwinist: Questions about human evolution. Eildon Press. [cited by 2]
  11. ^ Morgan E (2009) TED talk: Elaine Morgan says we evolved from aquatic apes. TED.
  12. ^ a b Roede M, Wind J, Patrick J, Reynolds V (eds.) (1991) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction? Proceedings from the Valkenburg Conference. Souvenir Press. [cited by 31]
  13. ^ Crawford MA, Kirby E (eds.) (2002) Proceedings of “Marine Fat and Human Health—the Letten F. Saugstad Symposium in honour of Elaine Morgan, 4 November 2000”. Nutrition and Health 16 (1).
  14. ^ Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) (2010) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell.
  15. ^ [non-RS?] Vaneechoutte M, Kuliukas AV, Verhaegen M (eds.) (2011) Was Man More Aquatic In The Past? Fifty Years After Alister Hardy - Waterside Hypothesis Of Human Evolution. Bentham Science Publishers.
  16. ^ Bicho NF, Haws JA, Davis LG (eds.) (2011) Trekking the Shore: Changing Coastlines and the Antiquity of Coastal Settlement. Springer. [cited by 3]
  17. ^ Tobias PV (1998) Water and human evolution. Out There 35: 38-44. [cited by 20]
  18. ^ Tobias PV (1998) Interview in BBC Documentary "The Aquatic Ape". BBC Discovery Channel.
  19. ^ Tobias PV (2000) The role of water in the extra-African dispersal of humanity. Proceedings of Meeting in honour of Phillip V. Tobias. [cited by 2]
  20. ^ Tobias PV (2002) Some aspects of the multifaceted dependence of early humanity on water. Nutrition and Health 16 (1): 13-17. [cited by 12]
  21. ^ Tobias PV (2002) An afro-european and euro-african human pathway through Sardinia, with notes on humanity’s world-wide water traversals and proboscidean comparisons. Human Evolution 17 (3-4): 157-173. [cited by 5]
  22. ^ Tobias PV (2010) Foreword: Evolution, Encephalization, Environment. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell.
  23. ^ Cameron DW, Groves CP (2004) Bones, Stones and Molecules: "Out of Africa" and Human Origins. Academic Press. [cited by 35]
  24. ^ Tattersall I (2010) Macroevolutionary Patterns, Exaptation, and Emergence in the Evolution of the Human Brain and Cognition. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell.
  25. ^ Sauer CO (1962) Seashore – Primitive home of man?. Proceedings of the American Philosopical Society 106 (1): 41–47. [cited by 68]
  26. ^ Ellis R (2001) Aquagenesis: The Origin and Evolution of Life in the Sea. Viking.
  27. ^ Richards G (1991) The Refutation that Never Was: The reception of the AAT. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 3]
  28. ^ Calvin WH (1986) The River that Flows Uphill: A Journey From the Big Bang to the Big Brain. Sierra Club Books. [cited by 53]
  29. ^ Calvin WH (1990) The Ascent of Mind: Ice Age Climates and the Evolution of Intelligence. New York: Bantam. [cited by 104]
  30. ^ Calvin WH (2002) A Brain for All Seasons: Human Evolution and Abrupt Climate Change. University of Chicago Press. [cited by 89]
  31. ^ Kingdon J (2003) Lowly origin: where, when, and why our ancestors first stood up. Princeton University Press. pp. 242. [cited by 48]
  32. ^ Adams D (2002) Preface. In Russell M (ed.) Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
  33. ^ Attenborough D (2002) BBC Documentary: The Life of Mammals. BBC Discovery Channel. [cited by 18]
  34. ^ Attenborough D (2005) BBC Radio 4: Scars of Evolution. BBC.
  35. ^ Dart R (1960) The Recency of Man's Aquatic Past. New Scientist 30 Jun 7 (189): 1668-1669.
  36. ^ Langdon JH (1997) Umbrella hypotheses and parsimony in human evolution: a critique of the Aquatic Ape Hypothesis. Journal of Human Evolution 33 (4): 479–94. [cited by 23]
  37. ^ Langdon JH (2006) Has an aquatic diet been necessary for hominin brain evolution and functional development?. British Journal of Nutrition 96: 7-17. [cited by 19]
  38. ^ Gee H (2001) In search of deep time: beyond the fossil record to a new history of life. Cornell University Press. [cited by 89]
  39. ^ Lowenstein JM, Zihlman AL (1980) The Wading Ape - A Watered-Down Version of Human Evolution. Oceans 17: 3-6. [cited by 2]
  40. ^ [non-RS] Hawks J (2005) Why anthropologists don't accept the Aquatic Ape Theory. John Hawks Weblog. ScienceBlogs.
  41. ^ [non-RS] Myers PZ (2009) Oh, no, not the Aquatic Ape hypothesis!. Pharyngula. ScienceBlogs.
  42. ^ [non-RS] Laden G (2009) Musings on the Aquatic Ape Theory. Greg Laden's Blog. ScienceBlogs.
  43. ^ Turner A (1991) Adaptation and the Aquatic Ape. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press.
  44. ^ Dunsworth HM (2007) Human Origins 101. ABC-CLIO. pp. 121. [cited by 1]
  45. ^ Regal B (2004) Human evolution: a guide to the debates. ABC-CLIO. pp. 210. [cited by 13]
  46. ^ Bridgeman B (2003) Psychology & Evolution: The Origins of Mind. SAGE Publications. pp. 64. [cited by 40]
  47. ^ Stewart KM (1989) Fishing Sites of North and East Africa in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. [cited by 36]
  48. ^ Stewart KM (1991) Modern Fishbone Assemblages at Lake Turkana, Kenya: A Methodology to Aid in Recognition of Hominid Fish Utilisation. Journal of Archaeological Science 18 (5): 579-603. [cited by 26]
  49. ^ Stewart KM, Stevens NJ, Robbins LH (1994) Early Hominid Utilisation of Fish Resources and the Implications for Seasonality and Behaviour. Journal of Human Evolution 27 (1–3): 229–245. [cited by 60]
  50. ^ Stewart KM, Gifford-Gonzalez DP (1994) An Ethnoarchaeological Contribution to Identifying Hominid Fish Processing Sites. Journal of Archaeological Science 21 (2): 237-248. [cited by 20]
  51. ^ Stewart KM (2003) Fossil Fish Remains from Mio-Pliocene Deposits at Lothagam, Kenya. In Leakey MG, Harris JM (eds.) Lothagam: The Dawn of Humanity in Eastern Africa. New York: Columbia University Press. pp. 75-115. [cited by 19]
  52. ^ Stewart KM (2010) The Case for Exploitation of Wetlands Environments and Foods by Pre-sapiens Hominins. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell. [cited by 1]
  53. ^ Joordens JCA, Wesselingh FP, de Vos J, Vonhof HB, Kroon D (2009) Relevance of aquatic environments for hominins: a case study from Trinil (Java, Indonesia). Journal of Human Evolution, 57 (6): 656-671. [cited by 20]
  54. ^ Holmes J, Atkinson T, Darbyshire F, Horne D, Joordens J, Roberts M, Whittaker J (2010) Middle Pleistocene climate and hydrological environment at the Boxgrove hominin site (West Sussex, UK) from ostracod records. Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (13-14): 1515-1527. [cited by 11]
  55. ^ Joordens JCA (2011) The power of place: hominin evolution and dispersal driven by climate change between ~ 5 - 2.5 Ma. In Joordens JCA. The power of place: climate change as driver of hominin evolution and dispersal over the past five million years. PhD thesis. VU University Amsterdam.
  56. ^ [non-RS] Verhaegen MJB (1985) The aquatic ape theory: Evidence and a possible scenario. Medical Hypotheses 16 (1): 17–32. [cited by 23]
  57. ^ Verhaegen MJB (1987) Origin of hominid bipedalism. Nature 325 (6102): 305–6. [cited by 12]
  58. ^ Verhaegen MJB (1991) Aquatic Features in Fossil Hominids?. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 9]
  59. ^ Verhaegen MJB (1993) Aquatic versus Savanna: Comparative and Paleo-Environmental Evidence. Nutrition and Health 9 (3): 165-191. [cited by 9]
  60. ^ Verhaegen MJB (1994) Australopithcines: Ancestors of the African Apes?. Human Evolution 9: 121-139. [cited by 16]
  61. ^ Verhaegen M, Puech PF (2000) Hominid lifestyle and diet reconsidered: paleo-environmental and comparative data. Human Evolution 15 (3-4): 175-186. [cited by 12]
  62. ^ Verhaegen M, Puech PF, Munro S (2002) Aquarboreal ancestors?. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17 (5): 212–217. [cited by 21]
  63. ^ Verhaegen M, Munro S, Vaneechoutte M, Bender-Oser N, Bender R (2007) The original econiche of the genus Homo: Open Plain or Waterside?. In Munoz SI (ed.) Ecology Research Progress. Nova Science Publishers. [cited by 3]
  64. ^ Verhaegen M, Munro S (2011) Pachyosteosclerosis suggests archaic Homo frequently collected sessile littoral foods. HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology 62 (4): 237–247.
  65. ^ Shabel AB (2009) Craniodental morphology and biogeochemistry of African carnivorans: Toward a new model of Plio-Pleistocene hominin evolution. University of California, Berkeley. [cited by 1]
  66. ^ Shabel AB (2010) Brain Size in Carnivoran Mammals That Forage at The Land-Water Ecotone, With Implications For Robust Australopithecine Paleobiology. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell.
  67. ^ LaLumiere LP (1991) The Evolution of Genus Homo: Where it Happened. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 5]
  68. ^ Pickford M (1991) Does the Geological Evidence Support the Aquatic Ape Theory?. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 3]
  69. ^ Preuschoft H, Preuschoft S (1991) The Aquatic Ape Theory, seen from Epistemological and Paleoanthropological viewpoints. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 4]
  70. ^ Erlandson JM (1988) The role of shellfish in prehistoric economies: a protein perspective. American Antiquity 53 (1): 102-109. [cited by 67]
  71. ^ Moss ML, Erlandson JM, Stuckenrath R (1990) Wood Stake Weirs and Salmon Fishing on the Northwest Coast: Evidence from Southeast Alaska. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 14: 143-158. [cited by 46]
  72. ^ Erlandson JM (1994) Early Hunter-Gatherers of the California Coast. Springer. [cited by 133]
  73. ^ Erlandson JM (2001) The Archaeology of Aquatic Adaptations: Paradigms for a New Millennium. Journal of Archaeological Research 9 (4): 287-350. [cited by 169]
  74. ^ Erlandson JM, Moss ML (2001) Shellfish Feeders, Carrion Eaters, and the Archaeology of Aquatic Adaptations. American Antiquity 66 (3): 413-432. [cited by 49]
  75. ^ Rick TC, Erlandson JM, Vellanoweth RL (2001) Paleocoastal Marine Fishing on the Pacific Coast of the Americas: Perspectives from Daisy Cave, California. American Antiquity 66 (4): 595-613. [cited by 59]
  76. ^ Erlandson JM (2004) Anatomically Modern Humans, Maritime Adaptations, and the Peopling of the New World. In Jablonski N (ed.) The First Americans: The Pleistocene Colonization of the New World. Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences. San Francisco. pp. 59-92. [cited by 78]
  77. ^ Erlandson JM, Braje TJ, Rick TC, Peterson J (2005) Beads, Bifaces, and Boats: An Early Maritime Adaptation on the South Coast of San Miguel Island, California. American Anthropologist 107 (4): 677–683. [cited by 31]
  78. ^ Erlandson JM, Rick TC, Estes JA, Graham MH, Braje TJ, Vellanoweth RL (2005) Sea otters, shellfish, and humans: 10 000 years of ecological interaction on San Miguel Island, California. In Garcelon D, Schwemm C (eds.) Proceedings of the Sixth California Islands Symposium. National Park Service Technical Publication. pp. 9-21. [cited by 30]
  79. ^ Erlandson JM, Fitzpatrick SM (2006) Oceans, islands, and coasts: Current perspectives on the role of the sea in human prehistory. The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 1 (1): 5-32. [cited by 48]
  80. ^ Erlandson JM, Graham MH, Bourque BJ, Corbett D, Estes JA, Steneck RS (2007) The Kelp Highway Hypothesis: Marine Ecology, the Coastal Migration Theory, and the Peopling of the Americas. The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 2 (2): 161-174. [cited by 27]
  81. ^ Erlandson JM (2010) Food For Thought: The Role of Coastlines and Aquatic Resources in Human Evolution. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell. [cited by 2]
  82. ^ Bailey GN (1975) The role of molluscs in coastal economies: the results of midden analysis in Australia. Journal of Archaeological Science 2 (1): 45-62. [cited by 100]
  83. ^ Bailey GN (1977) Shell mounds, shell middens, and raised beaches in the Cape York Peninsula. The Australian Journal of Anthropology 11 (2): 132–143. [cited by 58]
  84. ^ Bailey GN, Parkington J (eds.) (1988) The archaeology of prehistoric coastlines. Cambridge University Press. [cited by 60]
  85. ^ Bailey GN, Milner N (2002) Coastal hunter-gatherers and social evolution - marginal or central?. Before Farming 3_4 (1). [cited by 46]
  86. ^ Flemming NC, Bailey GN, Courtillot V, King G, Lambeck K, Ryerson F, Vita-Finzi C (2003) Coastal and marine palaeo-environments and human dispersal points across the Africa-Eurasia boundary. In Brebbia CA, Gambin T (eds.) Maritime Heritage. WIT Press. [cited by 31]
  87. ^ Bailey GN (2004) World prehistory from the margins - the role of coastlines in human evolution. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in History and Archaeology 1 (1): 39-50. [cited by 20]
  88. ^ Bailey GN, Flemming NC, King GCP, Lambeck K, Momber G, Moran LJ, Al-Sharekhf A, Vita-Finzig C (2007) Coastlines, submerged landscapes, and human evolution: the Red Sea Basin and the Farasan Islands. The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 2 (2): 127-160. [cited by 24]
  89. ^ Bailey GN, Flemming NC (2008) Archaeology of the continental shelf: Marine resources, submerged landscapes and underwater archaeology. Quaternary Science Reviews 27 (23–24): 2153–2165. [cited by 35]
  90. ^ Parkington J (2010) Coastal Diet, Encephalization, and Innovative Behaviors in the Late Middle Stone Age of Southern Africa. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell. [cited by 3]
  91. ^ Pálsson G (1994) Coastal economies, cultural accounts: human ecology and Icelandic discourse. Manchester University Press ND. [cited by 131]
  92. ^ Ellis DV (1986) Proboscis monkey and aquatic ape. Sarawak Museum Journal 36 (57): 251–262. [cited by 10]
  93. ^ Ellis DV (1991) Is an aquatic ape viable in terms of marine ecology and primate behaviour. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 17]
  94. ^ Ellis DV (1993) Wetlands or aquatic ape? Availability of food resources. Nutrition and Health 9 (3): 205-217. [cited by 10]
  95. ^ Ellis DV (1995) Human Ancestors in Wetland Ecosystems. ReVision 18 (2): 8-12. [cited by 2]
  96. ^ de Waal F (1990) Peacemaking among Primates. Harvard University Press. [cited by 817]
  97. ^ Roede M (1991) Do Aquatic Mammals Provide Support for the Aquatic Ape Theory?. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 1]
  98. ^ Roede M (1991) Aquatic Man. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 2]
  99. ^ Leyhausen P (1991) What Constitutes an Aquatic Mammal?. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 2]
  100. ^ Niemitz C (2002) A Theory on the Evolution of the Habitual Orthograde Human Bipedalism – The "Amphibische Generalistentheorie". Anthropologischer Anzeiger 60 (1): 3–66. [cited by 12]
  101. ^ Niemitz C (2004) Das Geheimnis des aufrechten Gangs: unsere Evolution verlief anders [Theory on the Evolution of Bipedalism]. C.H.Beck. [cited by 19]
  102. ^ Niemitz C (2010) The evolution of the upright posture and gait--a review and a new synthesis. Die Naturwissenschaften 97 (3): 241–263. [cited by 8]
  103. ^ Kuliukas AV (2002) Wading for food the driving force of the evolution of bipedalism?. Nutrition and Health 16 (4): 267-289. [cited by 9]
  104. ^ Bender R, Verhaegen M, Oser N (1997) [The acquisition of human bipedality from the perspective of the Aquatic Ape Theory] Der Erwerb menschlicher Bipedie aus der Sicht der Aquatic Ape Theory. Anthropologischer Anzeiger 55 (1): 1-14. [cited by 7]
  105. ^ Meier RJ (2003) The Complete Idiot's Guide to Human Prehistory. Alpha. pp. 57. [cited by 5]
  106. ^ Aspöck H, Walochnik J (2007) Die parasiten des menschen aus der sicht der koevolution [The parasites of humans from the perspective of co-evolution]. Denisia. [cited by 6]
  107. ^ Weiss RA (2009) Apes, lice and prehistory. Journal of Biology 8: 20. [cited by 4]
  108. ^ Jablonski NG (2007) Skin: a natural history. University of California Press. pp. 40-2. [cited by 82]
  109. ^ Jablonski NG (2010) The Naked Truth. Scientific American 302: 42-49 (Feb 2010). [cited by 7]
  110. ^ Wheeler PE (1985) The loss of functional body hair in man: the influence of thermal environment, body form and bipedality. Journal of Human Evolution 14 (1): 23–28. [cited by 40]
  111. ^ Wheeler PE (1991) Body Hair Reduction and Tract Orientation in Man: Hydrodynamics or Thermoregulatory Aerodynamics?. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 5]
  112. ^ Rantala MJ (2007) Evolution of nakedness in Homo sapiens. Journal of Zoology 273 (1): 1-7. [cited by 12]
  113. ^ [non-RS] Cunnane SC (1980) The aquatic ape theory reconsidered. Medical Hypotheses 6 (1): 49–58. [cited by 20]
  114. ^ Cunnane SC, Harbige LS, Crawford MA (1993) The importance of energy and nutrient supply in human brain evolution. Nutrition and Health 9 (3): 219-235. [cited by 42]
  115. ^ Cunnane SC (2003) Problems with essential fatty acids: time for a new paradigm?. Progress in Lipid Research 42 (6): 544–568. [cited by 109]
  116. ^ Cunnane SC, Crawford MA (2003) Survival of the fattest: fat babies were the key to evolution of the large human brain. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 136 (1): 17–26. [cited by 69]
  117. ^ Cunnane SC (2005) Survival of the fattest: the key to human brain evolution. World Scientific. [cited by 39]
  118. ^ Plourde M, Cunnane SC (2007) Extremely limited synthesis of long chain polyunsaturates in adults: implications for their dietary essentiality and use as supplements. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 32(4): 619-634. [cited by 144]
  119. ^ Cunnane SC, Plourde M, Pifferi F, Bégin M, Féart C, Barberger-Gateau P (2009) Fish, docosahexaenoic acid and Alzheimer's disease. Progress in Lipid Research 48 (5): 239–256. [cited by 59]
  120. ^ Cunnane SC (2010) Human Brain Evolution: A Question Of Solving Key Nutritional And Metabolic Constraints On Mammalian Brain Development. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell. [cited by 1]
  121. ^ Crawford MA, Marsh D (1989) The driving force: food, evolution and the future. Harpercollins. [cited by 85]
  122. ^ Crawford MA (1992) The role of dietary fatty acids in biology: their place in the evolution of the human brain. Nutrition Reviews 50 (4): 3–11. [cited by 88]
  123. ^ Crawford MA, Bloom M, Broadhurst CL, Schmidt WF, Cunnane SC, Galli C, Gehbremeskel K, Linseisen F, Lloyd-Smith J, Parkington J (1999) Evidence for the unique function of docosahexaenoic acid during the evolution of the modern hominid brain. Lipids 34 (Supplement 1): S39-S47. [cited by 168]
  124. ^ Crawford MA (2002) Cerebral evolution. Nutrition and Health 16 (1): 29-34. [cited by 14]
  125. ^ Crawford MA (2010) Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Human Brain Evolution. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell. [cited by 1]
  126. ^ Broadhurst CL, Cunnane SC, Crawford MA (1998) Rift Valley lake fish and shellfish provided brain-specific nutrition for early Homo. British Journal of Nutrition 79: 3-21. [cited by 175]
  127. ^ Broadhurst CL, Wang Y, Crawford MA, Cunnane SC, Parkington J, Schmidt WF (2002) Brain-specific lipids from marine, lacustrine, or terrestrial food resources: potential impact on early African Homo sapiens. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 131 (4): 653–673. [cited by 157]
  128. ^ Wrangham RW (2005) The Delta Hypothesis: Hominoid Ecology and Hominin Origins. In Smith RJ, Kelley J, Lieberman DE (eds.) Interpreting The Past: Essays On Human, Primate, And Mammal Evolution In Honor Of David Pilbeam. Brill Academic Publishers. pp. 231-242. [cited by 15]
  129. ^ Wrangham R, Cheney D, Seyfarth R, Sarmiento E (2009) Shallow-water habitats as sources of fallback foods for hominins. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140 (4): 630–642. [cited by 9]
  130. ^ Brenna JT (2002) Efficiency of conversion of α-linolenic acid to long chain n-3 fatty acids in man. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care 5 (2): 127-132. [cited by 211]
  131. ^ Brenna JT, Salem Jr. N, Sinclair AJ, Cunnane SC (2009) α–Linolenic acid supplementation and conversion to n-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in human. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 80 (2–3): 85–91. [cited by 98]
  132. ^ Brenna JT (2010) Metabolic and Molecular Aspects of the Critical Role of Docosahexaenoic Acid in Human Brain Function. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell.
  133. ^ Muskiet FAJ, Fokkema MR, Schaafsma A, Boersma ER, Crawford MA (2004) Is docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) essential? Lessons from DHA status regulation, our ancient diet, epidemiology and randomized controlled trials. The Journal of Nutrition 134 (1): 183-186. [cited by 73]
  134. ^ Muskiet FAJ, van Goor SA, Kuipers RS et al. (2006) Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in maternal and infant nutrition. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 75 (3): 135–144. [cited by 47]
  135. ^ Muskiet FAJ, Kuipers RS (2010) Lessons from Shore-Based Hunter-Gatherer Diets in East Africa. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell. [cited by 3]
  136. ^ Venturi S, Donati FM, Venturi A, Venturi M (2000) Environmental iodine deficiency: a challenge to the evolution of terrestrial life?. Thyroid 10 (8): 727-729. [cited by 33]
  137. ^ Venturi S, Bégin ME (2010) Thyroid Hormone, Iodine and Human Brain Evolution. In Cunnane SC, Stewart KM (eds.) Human Brain Evolution: The Influence of Freshwater and Marine Food Resources. Wiley-Blackwell. [cited by 1]
    • 137 _ Venturi, Sebastiano (2014) Iodine, PUFAs and Iodolipids in Health and Disease: An Evolutionary Perspective. "Human Evolution. 29 (1-3): 185–205". ISSN 0393-9375.
  138. ^ Saugstad LF (2002) Marine fat and brain function in manic-depressive psychosis and schizophrenia: circumstantial evidence for a 2nd aquatic period. Nutrition and Health 16 (1): 11-12. [cited by 1]
  139. ^ Cordain L, Brand-Miller J, Eaton SB, Mann N (2000) Reply to SC Cunnane. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 72 (6): 1585-1586. [cited by 2]
  140. ^ Cordain L, Eaton SB, Sebastian A, Mann N, Lindeberg S, Watkins BA, O'Keefe JH, Brand-Miller J (2005) Reply to SC Cunnane. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 82 (2): 483-484. [cited by 2]
  141. ^ Carlson BA, Kingston JD (2007) Docosahexaenoic acid, the aquatic diet, and hominin encephalization: Difficulties in establishing evolutionary links. American Journal of Human Biology 19 (1): 132–141. [cited by 25]
  142. ^ Carlson BA, Kingston JD (2007) Docosahexaenoic acid biosynthesis and dietary contingency: Encephalization without aquatic constraint. American Journal of Human Biology 19 (4): 585–588. [cited by 9]
  143. ^ Pond C (1987) Fat and figures. New Scientist 4 Jun 114 (1563): 62-66. [cited by 5]
  144. ^ Pond C (1987) The great ape debate. New Scientist 12 Nov 116 (1586): 39-42. [cited by 4]
  145. ^ Pond C (1991) Adipose Tissue in Human Evolution. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 10]
  146. ^ Pond C (1998) The Fats of Life. Cambridge University Press. pp. 236–8. [cited by 104]
  147. ^ Kuzawa CW (1998) Adipose tissue in human infancy and childhood: an evolutionary perspective. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement: Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 107, Issue Supplement 27: 177–209. [cited by 152]
  148. ^ Kuzawa CW (2007) Book review: "Survival of the fattest: the key to human brain evolution" by Cunnane SC (2005). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 132:158–162.
  149. ^ Schagatay E, Andersson J (1998) Diving response and apneic time in humans. Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine 25 (1): 13-19. [cited by 62]
  150. ^ Andersson J, Schagatay E (1998) Arterial oxygen desaturation during apnea in humans. Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine 25 (1): 21-25. [cited by 44]
  151. ^ Schagatay E, van Kampen M, Emanuelsson S, Holm B (2000) Effects of physical and apnea training on apneic time and the diving response in humans. European Journal of Applied Physiology 82 (3): 161-169. [cited by 41]
  152. ^ Andersson J, Schagatay E, Gislén A, Holm B (2000) Cardiovascular responses to cold-water immersions of the forearm and face, and their relationship to apnoea. European Journal of Applied Physiology 83 (6): 566-572. [cited by 27]
  153. ^ Schagatay E, Andersson J, Hallén M, Pålsson B (2001) Selected contribution: role of spleen emptying in prolonging apneas in humans. Journal of Applied Physiology 90 (4): 1623-1629. [cited by 46]
  154. ^ Andersson J, Linér MH, Rünow E, Schagatay E (2002) Diving response and arterial oxygen saturation during apnea and exercise in breath-hold divers. Journal of Applied Physiology 93 (3): 882-886. [cited by 53]
  155. ^ Andersson J, Linér MH, Fredsted A, Schagatay E (2004) Cardiovascular and respiratory responses to apneas with and without face immersion in exercising humans. Journal of Applied Physiology 96 (3): 1005-1010. [cited by 44]
  156. ^ [non-RS?] Schagatay E (2011) Human Breath-Hold Diving Ability Suggests a Selective Pressure for Diving During Human Evolution. In Vaneechoutte M et al. (eds.) Was Man More Aquatic In The Past? Fifty Years After Alister Hardy - Waterside Hypothesis of Human Evolution. Bentham Science Publishers.
  157. ^ Gislén A, Dacke M, Kröger RHH, Abrahamsson M, Nilsson DE, Warrant EJ (2003) Superior underwater vision in a human population of sea gypsies. Current Biology 13 (10): 833-83. [cited by 24]
  158. ^ Gislén A, Warrant EJ, Dacke M, Kröger RHH (2004) On the optical theory of underwater vision in humans. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 21 (11): 2061-2064. [cited by 5]
  159. ^ Gislén A, Gislén L (2006) Visual training improves underwater vision in children. Vision Research 46 (20): 3443–3450. [cited by 9]
  160. ^ [non-RS?] Gislen A, Schagatay E (2011) Superior Underwater Vision Shows Unexpected Adaptability of the Human Eye. In Vaneechoutte M et al. (eds.) Was Man More Aquatic In The Past? Fifty Years After Alister Hardy - Waterside Hypothesis of Human Evolution. Bentham Science Publishers.
  161. ^ Patrick JM (1991) Human Respiration Adaptations for Swimming and Diving. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 4]
  162. ^ Mayol J (2000) Homo Delphinus, The dolphin within man. Idelson Gnocchi Pub.
  163. ^ Evans PHR (1992) The paranasal sinuses and other enigmas: an aquatic evolutionary theory. The Journal of Laryngology & Otology 106: 214-225. [cited by 22]
  164. ^ Wunderlich D (2002) Major steps in the evolution of language. Linguistic Summerschool Düsseldorf. Symposium on Evolution. July 20, 2002. Written version (preliminary). [cited by 3]
  165. ^ Wind J (1976) Human drowning: Phylogenetic origin. Journal of Human Evolution 5 (4): 349–363. [cited by 5]
  166. ^ Wind J (1991) The Non-Aquatic Ape: The Aquatic Ape Theory and the Evolution of Human Drowning and Swimming. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 1]
  167. ^ Ghesquire J, Bunkens H (1991) The Burden of Locomotion in Water: Could the Aquatic Ape Have Overcome It?. In Roede M et al. (eds.) Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction?. Souvenir Press. [cited by 1]
  168. ^ MacLarnon AM, Hewitt GP (1999) The evolution of human speech: The role of enhanced breathing control. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 109: 341-363. [cited by 140]
  169. ^ MacLarnon AM, Hewitt GP (2004) Increased breathing control: Another factor in the evolution of human language. Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 13 (5): 181–197. [cited by 33]
  170. ^ Odent M (1983) Birth under water. The Lancet 322 (8365): 1476 - 1477. [cited by 126]
  171. ^ Odent M (1984) Birth reborn. Pantheon. [cited by 143]
  172. ^ Odent M (1996) We are All Water Babies. Celestial Arts. [cited by 12]
  173. ^ Odent M (1997) Can water immersion stop labor?. Journal of Nurse-Midwifery 42 (5): 414–416. [cited by 24]