Royer, D. (2010). McGraw‐Hill 2010 Yearbook of Science & Technology: Human fossils from Omo
Kibish. McGraw‐Hill, New York: 179‐181.
Royer, D.F., Lockwood, C.A., Scott, J.E. and Grine, F.E. (2009). American Journal of Physical
Anthropology 104 (2): 312‐323. Size variation in early human mandibles and molars
from Klasies River, South Africa: comparison with other middle and late Pleistocene
assemblages and with modern humans.
Pearson, O.M., Royer, D.F., Grine, F.G., and Fleagle, J.G. (2008). Journal of Human
Evolution 55(3): 421‐437. A description of the Omo I postcranial skeleton,
including newly discovered fossils.
Royer, D.F. (2008). Book Review: The Evolution of Modern Humans in Africa ‐ A Comprehensive
Guide, by P.R. Willoughby. PaleoAnthropology 2008: 86‐87.
Pearson, O.M., Grine, F.G., Fleagle, J.G., and Royer, D.F. (2008). Journal of Human
Evolution 55(3): 444‐447. Further new hominin fossils from the Kibish Formation,
Royer, D.F., Gilbert, C.C., Sisk, M.L., Wallace, I.J. (2007). The First Humans: The 3rd Annual
Stony Brook Human Evolution Symposium & Workshop. Evolutionary Anthropology
Sisk, M., Royer, D. and Carlson, K. (2005). Recent Developments in Paleoanthropology.
Evolutionary Anthropology 14: 205‐206.
Royer, D. (2011) Classifying Sex in Early Homo sapiens Using Fragmentary Os Coxae. Abstracts of the Paleoanthropology Society 2011 Meeting. PaleoAnthropology 2011: A32-A33 (poster presented in Minneapolis, MN).
Royer, D.F., Grine, F.E., Fleagle, J.G., Jungers, W.L. (2007). The new partial pelvis of Omo 1: implications for sexing early modern humans. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 44: 203 (poster presented in Philadelphia, PA).
Royer, D.F., Lockwood, C.A., and Grine, F.E. (2006). Mandibular size dimorphism in Middle and Late Pleistocene archaic human populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 42: 155 (talk presented in Anchorage, AK).
Royer, D.F.(2005). Mid-lumbar transverse process orientation: relationship to thoracic shape and locomotion in Anthropoidea. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl. 40: 184 (poster presented in Milwaukee, WI).
Royer, D.F. (2004). The orientation of mid-lumbar transverse processes and its relationship to locomotion in anthropoids. Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology, Abstracts of the Annual Conference October 28-30th London, Canada: 29-30 (talk presented in London, ON Canada).
Royer, D., Potts, R., Noll, M., and Clark, J. (2004). Lithic transport by Acheulean toolmakers, 1 million years ago, in the Southern Kenya Rift Valley. Society for American Archaeology, Abstracts of the 69th Annual Meeting March 30 – April 4th (poster presented in Montréal, QC Canada).