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Jobs planned for the All Hands volunteers

The plan at Go Local Food this Saturday morning is to continue with splitting the herb tubs this weekend. One of the newer work shares, Chas, has been busy and created the nice, sturdy large labels that will be used to name the different tubs. 201 more words

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Views and Volcanoes

This week, we hosted our first outside visitor of the season. My roommate and fellow field assistant, Sruti’s, dad arrived on Friday via rental car from San JosĂ©. 1,076 more words

Costa Rica

Meet the People #2

Photo: KopeLion

In my last blog I mentioned Ingela Jansson and the KopeLion project and promised to tell you more.

Ingela spent three years working for the Serengeti Lion project as a research assistant monitoring lions in the Serengeti National Park as well as the Ngorongoro Crater. 444 more words

Research

Describing A. nubilus

Dr. James “Skip” Lazell Jr. was the first to formally describe Anolis nubilus in a 1972 publication from the Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard. 467 more words

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Dig House Living: Seasonality & Materiality

For the past couple of days I’ve been here in Qatar, setting up the dig house for the 2017 season of the Origins of Doha and Qatar project. 574 more words

Archaeology

Field work 2017. Day 1

Last Thursday was the first field day of the year.

Marco has more than one issue with the case of his hydrophone. Despite the quite promising beginning, water started to enter the instrument after some modifications. 330 more words

Field Work

Catching up with jobs in pictures

It’s thought that the crop share collection area may well be waterproof – felting has been applied to the roof! That’s a good move.

The promised racks for stacking poles on have been built. 192 more words

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