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Professor emerita Poewe's book depicts the fieldwork experience as an apprentice on an intellectual journey.  >
LiDAR scanning reveals huge interconnected network of ancient Mayan cities. >
Graduate students among authors included in latest ASA Occasional Papers latest volume.  >

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Volunteers for program needed. The University of Calgary is offering a volunteer laboratory analysis program to work primarily with material from a bison bone bed in Fish Creek Provincial Park. Participants will analyze artifacts in an archaeology laboratory on the University of Calgary campus. >

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