Anneke H. van Heteren

Publications

By Dr. Anneke H. van Heteren

  1. van Heteren AH, van Dierendonck RCH, van Egmond MANE, ten Hagen SJ, Kreuning J. 2017. Neither slim nor fat: estimating the mass of the dodo (Raphus cucullatus, Aves, Columbiformes) based on the largest sample of dodo bones to date. PeerJ5, e4110.
  2. Amson E, Arnold P, van Heteren AH, Canoville A, Nyakatura JA. 2017. Trabecular architecture in the forelimb epiphyses of extant xenarthrans (Mammalia). Frontiers in Zoology 14, 52.
  3. Lallensack JN, van Heteren AH, Wings O. 2016. Geometric morphometric analysis of intratrackway variability: A case study on theropod and ornithopod dinosaur trackways from Münchehagen (Lower Cretaceous, Germany). PeerJ 4, e2059.
  4. Čerňanský A, Witzmann F, Klembara J, van Heteren AH. 2016. The Quadratojugal of Eryops Studied by CT, and the Morphological Variability of Foramina and Canals in the Quadratojugal of Basal Tetrapods. Anatomical Record 229 (8), 1073-1079.
  5. Rijsdijk KF, Hume JP, de Louw PGB, Meijer HJM, Janoo A, de Boer EJ, Steel L, de Vos J, van der Sluis LG, Hooghiemstra H, Florens FBV, Baider C, Vernimmen TJJ, Baas P, van Heteren AH, Rupear V, Beebeejaun G, Grihault A, van der Plicht J, Besselink M, Lubeek JK, Jansen M, Kluiving SJ, Hollund G, Shapiro B, Collins M, Buckley M, Jayasena RM, Porch N, Floore R, Biedlingmaier A, Leavitt J, Monfette G, Kimelblatt A, Randall A, and Claessens LPAM. 2016. A review of the dodo and its ecosystem: Insights from a Vertebrate Concentration-Lagerstätte in Mauritius. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 35 (6, Supplement).
  6. van Heteren AH, MacLarnon A, Soligo C, and Rae TC. 2016. Functional morphology of the cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) mandible: a 3D geometric morphometric analysis. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 16, 299-314.
  7. van Heteren AH. 2015. Book review of: Ukraintseva, V.V. 2013. Mammoths and the Environment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Quarterly Review of Biology 90:322-323.
  8. Mitchell J, and van Heteren AH.2016. A literature review of the spatial organization of lamellar bone. Comptes Rendus Palevol 15, 23-31.
  9. van Heteren AH. 2015. Unbalanced endemic island faunas: are hominins the exception? In: Sankhyan AR, editor. Recent Discoveries and Perspectives in Human Evolution. Oxford: Archaeopress. p. 135-140.
  10. van Heteren AH, MacLarnon A, Soligo C, and Rae TC. 2014. Functional morphology of the cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) cranium: a three-dimensional geometric morphometric analysis. Quaternary International 339-340: 209-216.
  11. van Heteren AH. 2013. Is LB1 diseased or modern? A review of the proposed pathologies. Gene 528: 12-20.
  12. van Heteren AH, and de Vos J. 2012. Stone implements from Java and Flores: a history of the discoveries. Comptes Rendus Palevol 11: 181-189.
  13. van Heteren AH. 2012. The hominin of Flores: Insular adaptations of the lower body. Comptes Rendus Palevol 11: 169-179.
  14. van Heteren AH, MacLarnon A, Soligo C, and Rae TC. 2012. 3D geometric morphometrical analyses of intraspecific variation in the mandible of Ursus spelaeus from the Alpine region. Braunschweiger Naturkundliche Schriften 11: 109-126.
  15. van Heteren AH, MacLarnon A, Rae TC, and Soligo C. 2009. Cave bears and their closest living relatives: a 3D geometric morphometrical approach to the functional morphology of the cave bear Ursus spelaeus. Acta Carsologica Slovaca 47: 33-46.
  16. van Heteren AH, and Sankhyan AR. 2009. Hobbits and Pygmies: Trends in Evolution. In: Sankhyan AR, editor. Asian Perspectives on Human Evolution. New Delhi: Serials Publications. p 172-187.
  17. van Heteren AH, and de Vos J. 2008. Understanding dwarfism on Sicily and Flores. Human Evolution 23 (1-2), 37-43.
  18. van Heteren AH. 2008. Homo floresiensis as an island form. PalArch’s Journal of Vertebrate Palaeontology 5:1-12.
  19. van Heteren AH. 2007. Book review of: Uelsberg G. 2006. Roots. Wurzeln der Menschheit. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern. PalArch’s Journal of Vertebrate Palaeontology 4: 1.
  20. van Heteren AH, and de Vos J. 2007. Heterochrony as a typical island adaptation in Homo floresiensis. In: Indriaty E, editor. Recent advances on Southeast Asian Paleoanthropology and Archaeology. Yogyakarta: Gadja Mada University. p 95-106.
  21. Verhagen S, and van Heteren AH. 2004. Charesearch on a miliolayer. In: de Jong B, de Boorder H, Hein K, Strik G, van den Berg van Saparoea AP, Eggenhuizen J, Roy-Chowdury K, Dimova V, van der Meer H, editors. Transactions of the Utrecht University Geological Survey: The Aliaga Fieldwork Special Projects. Utrecht: Utrecht University Geological Survey. p 253-262.