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Advanced Field School 5180|Department of Anthropology

 

 

Paleoindian Archaeology at the Edge of the Rockies

Advanced Archaeological Field Studies– ANTH 5180

 DATES: July 2 – August 11, 2014


WHO: Graduate and undergraduate students

WHERE: Hell Gap Field Station Southeastern Wyoming Hartville Uplift

GOALS: Excavate at the world famous Hell Gap Paleoindian site in Hell Gap and Goshen levels

Learn                                                                                                            

  • Advanced field techniques – (excavation, testing mapping, survey)
  • Electronic & Digital Data Recording – (GPS, Total Station, Mapping & Lab Software, GIS)
  • Analysis – (Data management & analysis, graphic and display techniques)
  • Workshops – (lithics, zooarcheology, stone tool making)

Participate in entire research process

  • Research design              Project execution                                 
  • Budgeting                          Final report write-up with crew

Extracurricular activities: Atl-atl throw, public participation 

For more information, contact: Marcel Kornfeld (anpro1@uwyo.edu)

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