Tag: Peru

Amazonia – natural wilderness or abandoned parkland?

Amazonia – natural wilderness or abandoned parkland? By Judith Kirschner (currently studying for MSc Earth Sciences: Geo-ecological Dynamics track at the University of Amsterdam) In the 4th edition of our “Amsterdam Paleoecology Club” (APC), we discussed ‘A 6900-year history of landscape modification by humans…

Indicators for assessing tropical alpine rehabilitation practices

Open access: Duchicela, S.A., Cuesta, F., Pinto, E., Gosling, W.D. & Young, K.R. (2019) Indicators for assessing tropical alpine rehabilitation practices. Ecosphere 10, e02595. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.2595

An undergraduate eye-view of an Andean lake-coring expedition

Part 2: Progresso by Molly Kingston (a BSc Biological Sciences student at Florida Institute of Technology, taking part in an expedition lead by Prof. Mark Bush) With a fresh set of clothes and a shower after almost a week without one, it was time…

An undergraduate eye-view of an Andean lake-coring expedition

Part 1: Huayabamba by Molly Kingston (a BSc Biological Sciences student at Florida Institute of Technology, taking part in an expedition lead by Prof. Mark Bush) When I first heard about this class in Peru, I had no idea that I was going to…

Connecting Two Realms

Article from: Archaeology a publication of the Archaeological Institute of America Archaeologists rethink the early civilizations of the Amazon By ROGER ATWOOD Monday, June 12, 2017

Recent reading

Lahr, M.M. et al. (2016) Inter-group violence among early Holocene hunter-gatherers of West Turkana, Kenya. Nature 529, 394-398. doi: 10.1038/nature16477 Rademaker, K., Hodgins, G., Moore, K., Zarrillo, S., Miller, C., Bromley, G.R.M., Leach, P., Reid, D.A., Yepez Alvarez, W. & Sandweiss, D.H. (2014) Paleoindian…

Recent reading

In the news Ancient ‘massacre’ unearthed near Lake Turkana, Kenya, by Anon. BBC News: Africa Bronze Age houses uncovered in Cambridgeshire are Britain’s ‘Pompeii’ , by Anon. BBC News: Cambridgeshire Scientists weigh in on ‘giraffe relative’ fossil by Helen Briggs. BBC News: Science & Environment…