This post features my 7 photos that captures our time apple picking at Larriland Farm.
Bond Street Living Canal Floating Wetland
My Grandma’s Green Coconut Chutney
IWGP 2016: A Quick Recap
A Gathering in Graz
It’s no secret that many archaeologists leave their homes and go off to conduct fieldwork for weeks, even months, at a time. This is typical for archaeology graduate students. Often we leave behind family, friends, partners, pets, plants, and a not-so-obvious contingent – subletters.
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Archaeobotany vs. Paleoethnobotany vs. Paleobotany
Architectural Feats in Oman Throughout the Ages
Oman is currently a hotspot for travellers. It’s also a place that is receiving increasing attention by archaeologists. Oman features a stunning landscape, which includes an expansive sand dune desert, a myriad of wadis (intermittent rivers), numerous mountainous outcrops, a lengthy coastline, and more. Amidst these natural wonders, humans have been building permanent structures in the...
Planning a Day Trip to the Catlins, New Zealand
Why Do Leaves Fall?
anthraco2015: A Few Thoughts
This past summer the 6th International Anthracology Meeting (anthraco2015) was held in Freiburg, Germany. The meeting was jointly organized by the Department of Geobotany, Faculty of Biology, University of Freiburg, and the Tree-ring Lab of Baden-Wuerttemburg State Office for Cultural Heritage. This meeting is held every four years (or so) and I was excited that the location and timing allowed...