Director, Paleobiology University of Tübingen, Germany
Paleobiology University of Tübingen, Germany
Ph.D. Student, Anthropology and Environmental Science and Policy Michigan State University, USA Student Researcher at the University of Tübingen, Germany Emily is investigating camelid use and seasonality at Cuncaicha rock shelter by applying new methods in zooarchaeology, stable isotopes, and microscopy.
Research Assistant DFG Center Words Bones Genes Tools University of Tübingen, Germany
Director, Paleoanthropology, Institute of Archaeological Sciences Principal Investigator, DFG Center Words Bones Genes Tools University of Tübingen, Germany
Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky
Research Fellow DFG Center Words Bones Genes Tools University of Tübingen, Germany
Research Associate, Paleoanthropology Institute of Archaeological Sciences University of Tübingen, Germany
Ph.D. candidate, Paleoanthropology Institute of Archaeological Sciences University of Tübingen, Germany
Director, Department of Archaeogenetics Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History Jena, Germany
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Archaeogenetics Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History Jena, Germany
Head, Paleogenetics University of Zurich, Switzerland
Ph.D. student, Paleogenetics University of Copenhagen, Denmark
School of Geography & Archaeology National University of Ireland - Galway
Assistant Professor, Biology State University of New York - Fredonia, USA
Assistant Professor, Geology and Environmental Geosciences Northern Illinois University, USA
Margaret Jackson PhD Candidate, Dartmouth College, USA Margaret studies tropical glaciers and glaciation, and how changes in the tropical climate system are reflected in glacial landscapes.
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Director, Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Lab University of Arizona, USA
Ph.D. candidate, Archaeology University College London, UK Dani specializes in early Hunter-Gatherer settlement patterns and lithic curation.
Curator of Lithic Collections in the National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology, and History of Peru, Lima
Director, Geoarchaeology Institute of Archaeological Sciences University of Tübingen, Germany
Ph.D. candidate, Anthropology, University of Connecticut Associate, Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc., USA
Ph.D. student, Geoarchaeology Institute of Archaeological Sciences University of Tübingen, Germany
Practice Professor of Anthropology Center for the Analysis of Archaeological Materials University of Pennsylvania Museum, USA
Director, Maple Leaf Paleobotanical Services Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Calgary, Canada
Paleoclimatologist Researcher at LOCEAN, Paris, Head of Biogeoscience lab at UPCH, Lima MC studies natural climate variability at seasonal to millenial time scales, and especially how the El Niño phenomenon responded to past global climate change. He uses preferentially stable isotope records in fossil mollusk shells, delicately collected with a big hammer.
Ph.D. Student, Anthropology University of Florida, USA Steph Gruver is a geoarchaeologist interested in the relationship between the early humans of South America and the environment. She uses the mollusk Mesodesma donacium to recreate past environmental conditions.
MA student, Anthropology, Canada Brett is studying the micro and macro botanical remains from Cuncaicha and Quebrada Jaguay.
Working Group Leader Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Michigan State University, USA Affiliated Assistant Professor, University of Tübingen, Germany Directs archaeological investigations throughout the Andean region
Professor, Anthropology and Climate Change Institute University of Maine, USA Dan led the first excavations at Quebrada Jaguay in 1996/1999. He is interested in coastal adaptations.
Ph.D. candidate, Anthropology University of Illinois-Chicago, USA
Anthropology Michigan State University, USA Taylor created a projectile point typology using the lithic assemblage from Cuncaicha rock shelter.