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My environmental archaeology research is focused on Central America and the world of temples and jungles. I work to understand how the sophisticated and populace ancient cultures survived in the dense tropical rainforests and fragile volcanic uplands of Mesoamerica.
 
Environmental Archaeology
  Motul de San Jose (Guatemalan Petén)
 
Zooarchaeology
A Regional Database of Maya Zooarchaeology: Proyecto Zooarqueologico del Area Maya
 
Ethnozoology
Studies of modern Maya organic trash disposal and ritual and medicinal use of animals (Guatemalan Petén and Highlands)
 
New Projects:
  Ceibal (Guatemalan Petén), El Zotz (Guatemalan Petén), Sierra Lacandon (Guatemalan Petén)
   
On going Projects:
  La Joyanca (Guatemalan Petén), Aguateca (Guatemalan Petén), Piedras Negras (Guatemalan Petén), Copan Acropolis (Honduras), Kaminaljuyu (Guatemalan Highlands), Flores Itza (Guatemalan Petén)
   
Completed Projects:
  Petexbatun (Guatemalan Petén), Lamanai/Tipu (Belize), Freshwater Snails (Belize), Marco Gonzalez (Belize), El Mirador (Guatemalan Petén), Aguacatal (Campeche, Mexico), Area Kakchiquel (Guatemalan Highlands), Cueva de los Quetzales (Guatemalan Petén)
   

 
 
 
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