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Science: Social_Sciences: Archaeology: Topics: Geoarchaeology


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Archaeological Prospection
Archaeological Prospection covers all types of archaeological sites (e.g.. urban, rural, and marine) and the full range of underlying geology. It also researches archaeological uses of a wide range of prospecting techniques. This journal published online via Wiley InterScience. Archaeological Prospection.

Bringing Together the Sciences of Geology and Archaeology
Popular press article by Anne Boyd, El Dorado National Forest Geologist.

Carolina Bay Geoarchaeology and Holocene Landscape Evolution
Brief profile of a research project being conducted at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, University of Georgia.

Charles McBurney Laboratory for Geoarchaeology
Overview of the laboratory in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge. Current research projects, staff members, and related links.

Directory of Graduate Student Programs in Geoarchaeology
Maintained by the Geological Society of America's Archaeological Geology Division.

Fezzan Project - Geoarchaeology of the Libyan Sahara
The aim of the interdisciplinary Fezzan Project is to increase our understanding of environmental change and past human occupation of the Fezzan region of southwestern Libya, in the hyper-arid heart of the Sahara Desert.

Geoarchaeology: An International Journal
An interdisciplinary journal that presents work at the methodological and theoretical interface between archaeology and the earth sciences. Publication guidelines and examples of recent articles.

Geoarchaeology Digiter Geoarcheologia
Presents the principles, applications, and difficulties of geoarchaeology along with case studies.

Geoarchaeology in Iowa
A set of educational pages presented as part of the Iowa State Archaeologist's site.

Geoarchaeology in the Canadian Prairie Ecozone
Portion of a larger study of the cultural adaptations in the Canadian prairie. Overview of geoarchaeology investigations.

Geoarchaeology in the Georgia Bight
Scientists studying the geoarchaeology of Gray's Reef and nearby J-Reef are documenting the reefs' existence above sea level during geologic time to provide the foundation for studies on the existence of prehistoric humans and their prey in this area.

Geoarchaeology of Modern Deltas
Brief profile of the geoarchaeology aspect of the Smithsonian's Deltas-Global Change Program.

Geoarchaeology Syllabus
Arizona State University course syllabus. Includes detailed geoarchaeology bibliography.

Hamilton College - Geoarchaeology
Offers an undergraduate degree program in geoarchaeology. Program overview, courses, and faculty.

Indiana State University Geoarchaeology
Offers a graduate degree in geography with a specialization in geoarchaeology.

Lakehead University Geoarchaeology
Program integrates a series of relevant courses taught in the Departments of Anthropology, Geography and Geology and offers an interdisciplinary B.Sc. and H.B.Sc. degree in geoarchaeology.

Modeling Floodplain Dynamics and Stratigraphy: Implications for Geoarchaeology
Report which presents a new methodology for simulating the dynamic evolution of floodplain and valley systems over time scales relevant to New World prehistoric archaeology. [PDF file]

SAA Geoarchaeology Interest Group
Group whose goal is to advance the science of geoarchaeology, ensure continued professional development of members within the group, and assist in educating future geoarchaeologists. Part of the Society for American Archaeology.

Trent Valley Geoarchaeology
An interest group that aims to promote high quality, multidisciplinary geoarchaeological research advancing the sustainable use of the valley associated with the third longest river in England.

University of Bradford Geoarchaeology
Offers a BSc Geoarchaeology program.

University of Oregon Geoarchaeology Field School
Course covers geomorphology of semi-arid landscapes, descriptions of soils and stratigraphic sections, geomorphological mapping, air photo interpretation, and relationships between archaeological site location and environmental characteristics. The setting is south-central Oregon.

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