My research and scholarly work falls into three inter-connected areas of interest: 1) study of past human-environment interactions, or human ecodynamics, in hunter-gatherer groups, 2) hunter-gatherer technologies, particularly ceramic and clay technologies, and 3) applied archaeology.  I pursue these interests through on-going research projects in northern Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.

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Data Repositories:

Sourcing data – Archaeometry Lab at MURR

Publications – this websitePDX ScholarSelected Works

Other data – PDX Scholar