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Anna Camp

Anna CampAcademic Interests: the relationship between Paleoindians and climate change, public outreach, multimedia in archaeology

Status: Ph.D. Student

Previous Degrees: MA (2009) Anthropology, University of Nevada, Reno

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Biography: Anna is a second-year Ph.D. student.  Her thesis examined settlement patterns around Lake Lahontan through site distribution and lithic analysis.  Her experience in cultural resource management is in both prehistoric and historic archaeology throughout the Great Basin and California.  Her current research interests are Great Basin archaeology, specifically Paleoindian behaviors, and how early populations interacted with their environment.  She is also interested in public outreach and multimedia in archaeology.


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