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FORAGING: ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF FOOD PRODUCTION
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Sponsored By: Evolutionary Anthropology Society and Biological Anthropology Section
Thursday, December 4, 2014: 11:00 AM-12:45 PM

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Organizers:  Jeremy M Koster (University of Cincinnati) and Michael S Alvard (Texas A&M University)
Chairs:  Michael S Alvard (Texas A&M University)
11:00 AM
Area Restricted Search By Central Place Foragers: Artisanal Fishers and Fish Aggregating Devices in the Commonwealth of Dominica
Michael S Alvard (Texas A&M University), David Carlson (Texas A&M University) and Ethan N McGaffey (Washington State University)
11:30 AM
Quantifying Space Use By Small-Scale Hunters in Tropical Forests
Sarah Papworth (National University of Singapore), Lauren Coad (University of Oxford), Nils Bunnefeld (University of Stirling), Katie Slocombe (University of York) and E.J. Milner-Gulland (Imperial College London)
11:45 AM
Coordinated Hunting Movements of Dogs and Humans in Tropical Forest Habitats (Toledo District, southern Belize)
Luis Pacheco-Cobos (Universidad Veracruzana - Xalapa) and Bruce P Winterhalder (University of California Davis)
12:00 PM
Ranging Energetics and Foraging Strategies Among Hadza Hunter-Gatherers
Herman Pontzer (Hunter College), Brian M Wood (Yale University), David Raichlen (University of Arizona), Audax ZP Mabulla (University of Dar es Salaam) and Frank W Marlowe (University of Cambridge)
12:15 PM
Hunting Strategies Shift Towards Lower Variance, Smaller Package-Size Animals with Older Age
Benjamin Trumble (University of California, Santa Barbara), Allen Gillespie (Texas A&M University), Jonathan Stieglitz (University of New Mexico), Hillard Kaplan (University of New Mexico) and Michael Gurven (University of California)
12:30 PM
Anthropogenic Landscapes: Dynamic Effects of Aboriginal Hunting and Burning on Spatial Variability in Prey Populations
Brian F Codding (University of Utah), Douglas W Bird (Stanford University) and Rebecca Bird (Stanford University)