Upcoming ACZ Workshop (2016)

It’s that time of year again! The Alaska Consortium of Zooarchaeologists will be holding its annual Workshop at the Alaska Anthropological Association’s Meeting in Sitka, Alaska on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016.

This year the guest speaker is Dr. Douglas Causey, Professor of Biological Studies at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Dr. Causey will be presenting on the identification of Arctic bird species. NPR Weekend Edition interviewed him last fall about seabirds and global warming.

You can get more information about the Workshop and how to register for it here

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If you’re interested, you check out some of Dr. Causey’s work:

-Causey et al. 2014. Fine-scale Dynamics of Marine Foodwebs in the Western Aleutian Islands
-Causey et al. 2013. Fine-Scale Temporal and Spatial Patterns of a High Arctic Marine Bird Community
-Savinetsky et al. 2010. Paleoenvironment – Holocene Deposits from Shemya Island
-Causey and Loring. 2010. Short-tailed Albatros (Diomedea [Phoebastria]albatrus)
-Corbett et al. 2008. Three Thousand Years of Interactions in the Western Aleutian Islands, Alaska
-Causey et al. 2005. The Paleoenvironment of Humans and Marine Birds of the Aleutian Islands: Three Millennia of Change
-Winker et al. 2002. The Birds of St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea.
-Lefèvre et al. 1997. A Zooarchaeological Study at Buldir Island, Western Aleutians, Alaska

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Causey fires at a cormorant from a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service research boat. He collects the shot birds for research — to examine the changing diet of the top of this region’s food chain (NPR. Photo credit: Bob Hallinen/ADN)

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