Lauren Clark

Email: ltclark@sfu.ca

B.A.: University of Montana in 2019 (Archaeology)

B.S.: University of Montana in 2019 (Biology)

 

Supervisor: Dr. Dongya Yang

Research Interests: Molecular bioarchaeology (aDNA), domestication studies, disease ecology, ancient environmental DNA (eDNA)

 

 

 

Research Areas: human-landscape relationships, forest management, paleoclimate reconstruction, charcoal analysis, tree-ring science, isotope analysis, microarchaeology, pyrotechnologyEmail: rrondeau@sfu.ca

 

B.A.: University of Saskatchewan (1988)

 

Supervisor: Dr. Jon Driver

 

Research Area Key Words: Marine Archaeology, Underwater Geo-Visualization, Coastal Migration, the Peopling of the Americas, Beringia, Pleistocene Archaeology

Email: rrondeau@sfu.ca

 

B.A.: University of Saskatchewan (1988)

 

Supervisor: Dr. Jon Driver

 

Research Area Key Words: Marine Archaeology, Underwater Geo-Visualization, Coastal Migration, the Peopling of the Americas, Beringia, Pleistocene Archaeology

Conference presentations:

 

Lauren T. Clark, Meradeth Snow, Mark MacKenzie. 2019. The Domestication of the Cochineal. Poster presented at 84th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States of America. 

Lauren T. Clark, Meradeth Snow, Mark MacKenzie. 2019. The Domestication of the Cochineal. Poster presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Western Regional Honors Conference Bozeman, Montana, United States of America.
 
Lauren T. Clark, Meradeth Snow, Natasha Lyons. 2018. The Identification of ‘Mystery Seeds’ from Bridge River, BC. Poster presented at 17th Annual Meeting of the University of Montana Conference for Undergraduate Research Missoula, Montana, United States of America.