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Correction: The lithic assemblages of Donggutuo, Nihewan basin: Knapping skills of Early Pleistocene hominins in North China

-Long Deng Chinese Academy of Sciences grant XDPB to SXY The following information is missing from the Funding section: This work was supported by The first email address listed for Shi-Xia Yang is

The lithic assemblages of Donggutuo, Nihewan basin: Knapping skills of Early Pleistocene hominins in North China

insightful comments, which helped us to improve this article. Author Contributions Data curation: Shi-Xia Yang, Jian-Ping Yue. Formal analysis: Jian-Ping Yue. Funding acquisition: Shi-Xia Yang, Cheng-Long ... Deng, Ri-Xiang Zhu. Project administration: Shi-Xia Yang, Michael D. Petraglia, Ya-Mei Hou, Ri-Xiang Zhu. Resources: Ya-Mei Hou. Writing ± original draft: Shi-Xia Yang, Michael D. Petraglia. Writing

The Lithic Assemblages of Xiaochangliang, Nihewan Basin: Implications for Early Pleistocene Hominin Behaviour in North China

Xiaochangliang (XCL), located in the Nihewan Basin of North China, is a key archaeological locality for understanding the behavioural evolution of early humans. XCL dates to ca. 1.36 Ma, making it one of the earliest sites in Northeast Asia. Although XCL represents the first excavation of an Early Pleistocene site in the Nihewan Basin, identified and excavated in the 1970’s, the...