Mammals such as hippopotamuses, hyenas, rhinoceroses, and horses roamed the area.
Archaeomagnetic direction and archaeointensity dating are regional pattern-matching techniques, whereas magnetic reversal dating is a global pattern-matching method.
Secular variation dating using archaeomagnetic directions and archaeointensities has been used for Neolithic and younger cultures.
To settle in the region, early humans would have had to adapt to this climate fluctuation.
The stone tools are an indication of that early ability to thrive in a variable climate.
When it's cold outside, modern humans don a sweater to ward off the chill.
But how and when early humans began to develop an ability to cope with different climates has been a great puzzle in the study of human evolution.
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Directional dating can sometimes be as good as ±25 years.
Magnetic reversal stratigraphy has been useful in dating hominid sites for paleoanthropologists, with precisions of about ±0.01 Ma, or 10 ka.
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