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Paul Storm

Dr. P. (Paul) Storm, Research associate - Geology, Human evolution


Email: oermens@hetnet.nl
Phone: +31 (0)70 32 33 485
Room number: not applicable

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Research interest

Human evolution

Homo rhodesiensis


Current research topics




Available student projects


Westaway K.E., Morwood M.J., Roberts R.G., Rokus A.D., Zhao J.-x., Storm P., Aziz F. van den Bergh G. Hadi P. Jatmiko & de Vos J. 2007. Age and biostratigraphic significance of the Punung Rainforest Fauna, East Java, Indonesia, and implications for Pongo and Homo. Journal of Human Evolution xx (2007).

Storm, P. 2006. De "Hobbit" van Flores: een mensachtige eilandvorm. Cranium 23/2; 3-14.

Storm P., & de Vos J. 2006. Rediscovery of the Late Pleistocene Punung hominin sites and the discovery of a new site Gunung Dawung in East Java. Senckenbergiana lethaea 86 (2); 271-281.

Storm P., Aziz F., de Vos J., Dikdik Kosasih, Sinung Baskoro, Ngaliman & van den Hoek Ostende L.W. 2005. Late Pleistocene Homo sapiens in a Tropical Rainforest Fauna in East Java. Journal of Human Evolution 49; 536-545.

Shutler JR, R., Head J.M., Donahue D.J., Jull A.J.T., Barbetti M.F., Matsu'ura S., De Vos J. &Storm P. 2004. AMS radiocarbon dates on bone from cave sites in Southeast Java, Indonesia , including Wajak. Mod.Quaternary Res. SE Asia 18, pp. 89-93.

Storm, P. 2002. Javamens geen voorouder van de Aboriginals: een ecologische kijk op een oud vraagstuk. Grondboor & Hamer nr. 5; 124-133.

Shipman, P & Storm, P. 2002. Missing Links: Eugène Dubois and the Origins of Paleoanthropology. Evolutionary Anthropology 11/3; 108-116.

Storm, P. 2001. Aboriginals zijn geen afstammelingen van de javamens. Natuur & Techniek 69/12; 38-42.

Storm, P. 2001. An environmental approach to the fate of Homo erectus in Australasia. Human Roots Africa and Asia in the Middle Pleistocene. Eds. L. Barham & K. Robson-Brown. Western Academic & Specialist Press Limited; 203-215.

Storm, P. 2001. Life and death of Homo erectus in Australasia: an environmental approach to the fate of a paleospecies. Origin of Settlements and Chronology of the Palaeolithic Cultures in Southeast Asia. Eds. F. Sémah, C. Falguères, D.Grimaud-Hervé & A-M, Sémah. Semenanjung; 279-298.

Storm, P. 2001. Resten van een hond uit de vindplaats Hoekgrot (Java). Cranium 18/1; 31-44.

Storm, P. 2001. The evolution of humans in Australasia from an environmental perspective. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology. Quarternary environmental change in the Indonesian region. Eds. R.A.C. Dam & S. van der Kaars. Elsevier Science B.V.; 363-383.

Storm, P. 2000. The evolutionary history of humans in Australasia from an environmental perspective. Anthropological Science 108/3; 225-259.

Storm, P. 1997. Fossielen uit de hete hel van Java. Cranium 14/2; 91-98.

Storm, P. 1995. Animals and man in prehistoric Java. Indonesian Environmental History Newsletter 5; 7-9

Storm, P. 1995. The evolutionary significance of the Wajak skulls. PhD Thesis Free University Amsterdam, Scripta Geologica 110; 1-247.

Storm, P. 1994. De morfologie van Homo modjokertensis. Cranium 11/2; 97-102.

Storm, P. 1993. L'Homme de Wadjak. Les Dossiers D' Archéologie 184; 28.

Storm, P. 1992. Het vraagstuk over de oorsprong van de moderne mens en de rol die de Wadjak Mens (Java) daarbij speelt. Cranium 9/1; 3-10.

Storm, P. 1992. Two Microliths from Javanese Wadjak Man. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Nippon 100/2; 191-203

Storm, P. & Nelson, A.J. 1992. The Many Faces of Wadjak Man. Archaeology in Oceania 27; 37-46.

Storm, P. 1991. Microevolution of the human skull: biotic and abiotic factors. Javanese Wadjak Man: implications for East Africa. Origins and Development of Agriculture in East Africa: The Ethnosystems Approach to the Study of Early Food Production in Kenya (eds. R.E. Leakey & L.J. Slikkerveer); 25-35.

Please contact the author when you are interested in one of the articles below and it is not available online or in the repository [Repository].