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Dig Day #5

By Dovie Jenkins and Katie Orlicki

Dig Day #5, October 13th, was another rainy day but that didn’t keep us from excavating our units in Roosevelt Park. 496 more words

Historical Archaeology

Debris basins and signals in sedimentary landscapes

I recently submitted a review paper along with four co-authors on the topic of signal propagation in sedimentary systems across timescales. The idea that landscapes contain within them information about controls such as tectonics and climate has been a part of our science for a very long time. 500 more words


A window into 16,000 years ago

Although the skeletons found at Faraoskop (our current site) were all buried ~2000 years ago, the site itself shows evidence of occupation dating back to over 16,000 years ago. 417 more words


Really Recommended Posts 9/26/14- Jesus Seminar, atheists and kids, and creationism!

First, I gotta brag: I have a son! He was born 9/17 and he’s just the cutest darling ever. Yay! I’ve been greatly blessed.

Now, I have still put together some awesome posts for your persual, dear readers! 276 more words


Geowisata Gratis di Sungai Cipamingkis

Berwisata ke endapan laut di Sungai Cipamingkis adalah cara kami memulai akhir pekan. Bersama 4 instruktur dan 25 peserta dari 10 universitas yang berbeda kami jejakkan… 395 more words


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What Is Archaeology

The SPICE Event: global disruption in the Late Cambrian carbon cycle

In the last post, we explored how geologists use chemostratigraphy to correlate sedimentary layers, especially limestone, from one part of the world to another. Now, I would like to provide you with a specific example of how this is done. 1,606 more words