“Congratulations to our colleagues for the following new and recent HSPDP publications (pdfs available at this website under “Research>Publications”)


Robin Renaut , R. Bernhart Owen, Tim Lowenstein, Gijs De Cort , Emma McNulty, Jennifer Scott and Anthony Mbuthia 2020, The role of hydrothermal fluids in sedimentation in saline alkaline lakes: Evidence from Nasikie Engida, Kenya Rift Valley. Sedimentology doi: 10.1111/sed.12778 (this is HSPDP Publication #27).


Veronica Muiruri, R. Bernhart Owen, Gijs de Cort, Robin Renaut, Nate Rabideaux, Tim Lowenstein, Kennie Leet, Mark Sier, Andrew Cohen, Daniel Deocampo, D., Chris Campisano, Anne Billingsley, and Anthony Mbuthia, 2021, Middle Pleistocene to recent diatoms and stratigraphy of the Magadi Basin, south Kenya Rift. Jour. Paleolimnology. 65:315–333. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10933-020-00173-7 (This is HSPDP Publication #28)


Mark Sier, Guillaume Dupont-Nivet, Cor Langereis, Alan Deino, John Kingston, and Andrew S. Cohen 2021, Magnetostratigraphy of the Hominin Sites and Paleolakes Drilling Project (HSPDP) Baringo-Tugen Hills-Barsemoi core (Kenya)

Paleogeo., Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol. 570,  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2020.110190 (This is HSPDP Publication #30)


Veronica M. Muiruri , R. Bernhart Owen, Tim K. Lowenstein, Robin W. Renaut, Robert Marchant , Stephen M. Rucina, Andrew Cohen, Alan L. Deino, Mark J. Sier, Shangde Luo, Kennie Leet, Christopher Campisano, Nathan M. Rabideaux, Daniel Deocampo, Chuan-Chou Shen, Anthony Mbuthia, Brant C. Davis, Wadha Aldossari, and Chenyu Wang, 2021, A million year vegetation history and palaeoenvironmental record from the Lake Magadi Basin, Kenya Rift Valley, Palaeogeog. Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol 567,  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2021.110247 (This is HSPDP Publication #32).


Daniel Gebregiorgis, Daniel M. Deocampo, Verena Foerster, Fred Longstaffe, Jeremy Delaney , Frank Schaebitz, Annett Junginger, Monika Markowska, Stephan Opitz7 , Martin H. Trauth8 , Henry F. Lamb9,10 and Asfawossen Asrat, 2021, Modern Sedimentation and Authigenic Mineral Formation in the Chew Bahir Basin, Southern Ethiopia: Implications for Interpretation of Late Quaternary Paleoclimate Records. Frontiers in Earth Science 9, doi.org/10.3389/feart.2021.607695 (This is HSPDP Publication #35).


Note: HSPDP Publications 29,31,33 and 34 will be announced and published in the near future.”