Liverpool Skylilne

Executive Dean

Prof Peter Wheeler

Prof Peter Wheeler

Telephone: 0151 231 2042

Publications

Journal article

Wheeler PE. 1996. The environmental context of functional body hair loss in hominids (a reply to Amaral, 1996) JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 30 :367-371 DOI Author Url

Aiello LC, Wheeler P. 1996. On diet, energy metabolism, and brain size in human evolution - Reply CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY, 37 :128-129 Author Url

AIELLO LC, WHEELER P. 1995. THE EXPENSIVE-TISSUE HYPOTHESIS - THE BRAIN AND THE DIGESTIVE-SYSTEM IN HUMAN AND PRIMATE EVOLUTION CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY, 36 :199-221 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1994. THE FORAGING TIMES OF BIPEDAL AND QUADRUPEDAL HOMINIDS IN OPEN EQUATORIAL ENVIRONMENTS - REPLY JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 27 :511-517 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1994. THE THERMOREGULATORY ADVANTAGES OF HEAT-STORAGE AND SHADE-SEEKING BEHAVIOR TO HOMINIDS FORAGING IN EQUATORIAL SAVANNA ENVIRONMENTS JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 26 :339-350 DOI Author Url

WHEELER P. 1993. HUMAN ANCESTORS WALKED TALL, STAYED COOL NATURAL HISTORY, 102 :65-67 Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1993. THE INFLUENCE OF STATURE AND BODY FORM ON HOMINID ENERGY AND WATER BUDGETS - A COMPARISON OF AUSTRALOPITHECUS AND EARLY HOMO PHYSIQUES JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 24 :13-28 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1992. THE INFLUENCE OF THE LOSS OF FUNCTIONAL BODY HAIR ON THE WATER BUDGETS OF EARLY HOMINIDS JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 23 :379-388 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1992. THE THERMOREGULATORY ADVANTAGES OF LARGE BODY SIZE FOR HOMINIDS FORAGING IN SAVANNA ENVIRONMENTS JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 23 :351-362 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1991. THE THERMOREGULATORY ADVANTAGES OF HOMINID BIPEDALISM IN OPEN EQUATORIAL ENVIRONMENTS - THE CONTRIBUTION OF INCREASED CONVECTIVE HEAT-LOSS AND CUTANEOUS EVAPORATIVE COOLING JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 21 :107-115 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1991. THE INFLUENCE OF BIPEDALISM ON THE ENERGY AND WATER BUDGETS OF EARLY HOMINIDS JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 21 :117-136 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1990. THE INFLUENCE OF THERMOREGULATORY SELECTION PRESSURES ON HOMINID EVOLUTION BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES, 13 :366-366 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1990. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SELECTIVE BRAIN COOLING IN HOMINIDS JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 19 :321-322 DOI Author Url

WHEELER P. 1988. STAND TALL AND STAY COOL NEW SCIENTIST, 118 :62-65 Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1986. THERMAL-ACCLIMATION OF METABOLISM AND PREFERRED BODY-TEMPERATURE IN LIZARDS JOURNAL OF THERMAL BIOLOGY, 11 :161-166 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1985. THE LOSS OF FUNCTIONAL BODY HAIR IN MAN - THE INFLUENCE OF THERMAL ENVIRONMENT, BODY FORM AND BIPEDALITY JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 14 :23-28 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1984. THE EVOLUTION OF BIPEDALITY AND LOSS OF FUNCTIONAL BODY HAIR IN HOMINIDS JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION, 13 :91-98 DOI Author Url

WHEELER P, GREENWOOD PJ. 1983. THE EVOLUTION OF REVERSED SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN BIRDS OF PREY OIKOS, 40 :145-149 DOI Author Url

WHEELER PE. 1978. ELABORATE CNS COOLING STRUCTURES IN LARGE DINOSAURS NATURE, 275 :441-443 DOI Author Url

Chapters

Aiello LC, Wheeler PE. Neanderthal Thermoregulation and the Glacial Climate Andel THV, Davies W, Aiello L, Project S. Neanderthals and modern humans in the European landscape during the last glaciation :147-166 McDonald Institute Monographs Cambridge 9781902937212