Virginia L. Butler
Professor of Anthropology
Examining prehistoric sturgeon remains from the Portland Basin to understand how human use affected local sturgeon populations. This research will provide important demographic information regarding prehistoric sturgeon populations that may shed new light on contemporary fisheries management practices.
Analyzing historic era (ca. 1876-1918) fauna excavated from the
Vancouver, WA Convention Center.
|James Tait Elder|
|Martin Adams||Tracked past climatic and environmental changes in the Willamette Valley using insects extracted from a late-Pleistocene to mid-Holocene (~13,000 - 5,000 B.P.) peat deposit from Hubbard, Oregon.|
|Michael Martin||Reviewed historic records of 19th century fishing on the lower Columbia River|
|Kendal McDonald||Archaeological Applications of Magnetometry and Ground Penetrating Radar on Flood Plains of the Pacific Northwest (M.A. Thesis (2002))
Archaeological/Geophysical Services Company: Z-Too Archaeogeophysical Prospection (www.z-too.com)
|Ross Smith||Structural Bone Density of Pacific Cod (Gadus macrocephalus) and Halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis): Taphonomic and Archaeological Implications (M.A. Thesis (2008)) - View Full Text pdf (1.5 MB)|
|Nicole Stutte||The Holocene History of Bison in the Intermountain West: A Synthesis of Archaeological and Paleontological Records from Eastern Oregon (M.A. Thesis (2004)) Download Bison Presentation for K-12 Science Students (IntelISEF Program) (PowerPoint File 1.2MB)