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WU Xiujie
   142 Xizhimenwai ST., Beijing, 100044, China
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  Panlei, Wei dong, Wu xiujie. 2014. Latitudinal and climatic distributions of 3D craniofacial features among Holocene populations. Science China (Earth Sciences), In press, doi: 10.1007/s11430-014-4850-3.   


  XiuJie Wu, Erik Trinkaus. 2013. The Xujiayao 14 Mandibular Ramus and Pleistocene Homo Mandibular Variation. Comptes Rendus Palevol, 742. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crpv.2013.10.002  

  XiuJie Wu, Song Xing, Erik Trinkaus. 2013. An Enlarged Parietal Foramen in the Late Archaic  XJY 11 Neurocranium from Northern China. PLoS ONE, 8(3):1–10(e59587).   

  Wu Liu, Lynne A. Schepartz, Song Xing, Sari Miller-Antonio, Xiujie Wu, Erik Trinkaus, María Martinón-Torres. 2013. Late Middle Pleistocene hominin teeth from Panxian Dadong, South China. Journal of Human Evolution, 64(5):337-355.   


  XiuJie Wu, Erik Trinkaus. 2012. Neurocranial Trauma in the Late Archaic Human Remains from Xujiayao, Northern China. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (DOI: 10.1002/oa.2283).   

  XiuJie Wu, Scott D. Maddux, Lei Pan, Erik Trinkaus. 2012.Nasal floor variation among eastern Eurasian Pleistocene Homo. Anthropological Science, 120(3): 217–226. 

  XiuJie Wu, Wu Liu, Bae Christopher. 2012. Craniofacial Variation between Southern and Northern Neolithic and Modern Chinese Populations. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 22: 98–109.   

  Sarah A. Lacy, XiuJie Wu, Chang-Zu Jin, Da-Gong Qin, Yan-Jun Cai, Erik Trinkaus. 2012. Dentoalveolar paleopathology of the early modern humans from Zhirendong, South China. International Journal of Paleopathology. 2(1): 10-18.   

  Lee Berger, Liu Wu, Wu Xiujie. 2012. Investigation of a credible report by a US Marine on the location of the missing Peking Man fossils. South African Journal of Sciences, 108(3/4):1-3.  


  Xiujie Wu, Lynne Schepartz, Wu Liu, Erik Trinkaus. 2011. Antemortem Trauma and Survival in the Late Middle Pleistocene Human Cranium from Maba, South China. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA,108 (49): 19558–19562. 

  Xiujie Wu, Ralph L Holloway, Lynne A Schepartz, Song Xing. 2011. The brain endocast of Nanjing 1, Homo erectus. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 145(3): 452460.  

  Wu Xiujie, Pan Lei. 2011. Identification of Zhoukoudian Homo erectus brain asymmetry using 3D laser scanning. Chinese Science Bulletin, 56(21): 2215-2220. 

  Liu Wu, Wu Xiujie. 2011. The hominid fossils from China contemporaneous with the Neanderthals and some related studies. In S. Condemi and G.-C. Weniger (eds.), Continuity and Discontinuity in the Peopling of Europe: One Hundred Fifty Years of Neanderthal Study, Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology, (DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-0492-3_7), Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2011, 77-87. 


  Wu Xiujie, Schepartz L. 2010. Morphological and Morphometric Analysis of Variation in the Zhoukoudian Homo erectus Brain Endocasts. Quaternary International, 211: 413. 

  Wu Xiujie, Schepartz L, Liu wu. 2010. Endocranial Cast of Zhoukoudian Skull V: A New Homo erectus Brain Endocast from China. Proceedings of the Roral Society B, 277: 337–344.  

  Wu Xiujie. 2010. Brain Morphology of the Zhoukoudian H. erectus Half a Million Years Ago. Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 120-122. 

  Liu Wu, Amélie Vialet, Wu Xiujie, Steve Wang, Li Haijun. 2010. The pelvis of a Late Pleistocene hominin from Liujiang, South China: Its body shape, body size, and encephalization. L'Anthropologie, 114(5):543-563

  Liu Wu Zhang Quanchao, Wu Xiujie, Zhu Hong. 2010. Tooth wear and dental pathology of the Bronze-Iron age’s people in Xinjiang, northwest China: implications on their diet and life style. HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology, 61(2): 102-116.

  Liu Wu, Wu Xianzhu, Pei Shuwen, Wu Xiujie, Christopher J. Norton. 2010. Huanglong Cave: A Late Pleistocene human fossil site in Hubei Province, China. Quaternary International, 211:29-41

  Wu Liu, Chang-Zhu Jin, Ying-Qi Zhang, Xianzhu Cai, Song Xing, Xiujie Wu, Hai Cheng, R. Lawrence Edwards, Wen-Shi Pan, Da-Gong Qin, Zhi-Sheng An, Erik Trinkaus, Xin-Zhi Wu. 2010. Human remains from Zhirendong, South China, and modern human emergence in East Asia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 107(45): 19201-19206

  Li Haijun, Wu Xiujie, Li Shenghu, Huang Weiwen, Liu Wu. 2010. Late Pleistocene human skull from Jingchuan, Gansu Province. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55(11): 1047-1052


  Wu Xiujie, Schepartz L. 2009. The Application of Computed Tomography to Paleoanthropological Research. Progress in Natural Science, 19: 913–921. 

  Wu Xianzhu, Wang Yunfu, Pei Shuwen, Wu Xiujie. 2009. Virtual three dimensions reconstruction and isoline analysis of human marks on the surface of animal fossils. Chinese Science Bulletin, 1564-1569. 

  Liu Wu, Wu Xianzhu, Li Yiyin, Deng Chenglong, Wu Xiujie, Pei Shuwen. 2009. Evidence of fire use of late Pleistocene humans from Hunaglong Cave, Hubei Province, China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 54 (2): 256-264. 


  Wu Xiujie, Liu Wu, Dong Wei, Qu Jiumin, Wang Yanfang. 2008. The brain morphology of Homo Liujiang cranium fossil by three-dimensional computed tomography. Chinese Science Bulletin, 53(16): 2513–2519. 


  Wu Xiujie, Liu Wu, Christopher Norton. 2007. Endocast — the direct evidence and recent advances in the study of human brain evolution. Progress in Natural Science, 17(9)993–1002. 

  Wu Xiujie, Liu Wu, Zhang Quanchao, Zhu Hong, Christopher Norton. 2007. The microevolution of the craniofacial morphological features for the Holocene human populations in north China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52(12): 1661-1668.


  Wu Xiujie, Schepartz L, Falk D, Liu Wu. 2006. Endocast of Hexian Homo erectus from south China. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 26: (3):445-454. 

  Liu Wu, Amélie Vialet, Wu Xiujie, Li haijun. 2006. Comparaison de l’expression de certains caractères crâniens sur les hominidés chinois du Pléistocène récent et de l’Holocène (grotte supérieure de Zhoukoudian, sites de Longxian et de Yanqing). L'Anthropologie, 110(2): 258-276


  Wu Xiujie, Liu Wu, Wang Zhaoxian. 2004. The human parietal fossil found in Shuidonggou site, Ningxia, China. Anthropological Science, 112: 83-89.

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