Roede, M., Wind, J., Patrick, J., Reynolds, V. (eds.), (1991). Aquatic Ape: Fact of Fiction: Proceedings from the Valkenburg Conference. Souvenir Press (London)
Discuss each chapter under separate threads but the volume as a whole here...
Part 1 - The Aquatic Ape Theory
1: The Origins of a Theory - Elaine Morgan
2: Why a New Theory is Needed - E. Morgan
3: The Evolution of Genus Homo: Where it Happened - Leon P. LaLumiere
4: Is an AA viable in terms of marine ecology and primate behaviour? - Derek Ellis
5: Aquatic Features in Fossil Hominins? - M Verhaegen
Part II - Reactions to the AAT For and Against
6: The Refutation that Never Was: The reception of the AAT. Graham Richards
7: Does the Geological Evidence Support the AAT? (127-132) - Martin Pickford
8: Adaptation and the AT - Alan Turner (133-141)
9: AAT seen from Epistemological and Paleoanthropological viewpoints - (pp142- 173) H & S Preuschot
10: What Constitutes an Aquatic Mammal? (174-181) - Paul Leyhausen
11: Human Regulation of Body Temperature and Water Balance - Marc Verhaegen
12: Adipose Tissue in Human Evolution - Caroline Pond (193 - 220)
13: Body Hair Reduction and Tract Orientation in Man: Hydrodynamics or Thermoregulatory Aerodynamics? - Peter E. Wheeler (221- 236)
14: Human Respiration Adaptations for Swimming and Diving - John M. Patrick
15: The Significance of the Human Diving Reflex - E. Schagatay
16: The Burden of Locomotion in Water: Could the Aquatic Ape Have Overcome It? - J. Ghesquire and Helen Bunkens (255-262)
17: The Non-Aquatic Ape: The Aquatic Ape Theory and the Evolution of Human Drowning and Swimming - Jan Wind (263-282)
18: Do Aquatic Mammals Provide Support for the AAT? - Machteld Roede
19: More Thoughts on the AAT
How the Aquatic Adaptations of Man Differ from those of the gorilla and the chimpanzee. Karl-Erich Fichtelius
Some cardiac topographic and morpho-physiological observations of the common seal. Cornelius J. van Nie and Machtelde Roede.
The Answer: The Aquatic Ape Theory and the Savannah Theory combined. Sarah B.M. Kraak.
The Second Crisis. Erika Schagatay.
Human Sexual Dimorphism: A Speculative Approach. Erika Schagatay
20: Aquatic Man -Machteld Roede
Part III - General Conclusions
21: Cold & Watery? Hot & Dusty? Our Ancestral Environment and our ancestors themselves: overview. - Vernon Reynolds
22: Epilogue: Is there a future for the Aquatic Ape Theory?