About Me

My principal research interests are the investigation of coupled human environment systems in Amazonia, plant domestication and the development of agricultural landscapes, and the emergence of complex societies in the Americas.  Read more...

 

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Humans as drivers of Araucaria forest expansion

Southern Je project reveals

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The legacy of 4500 years of polyculture agroforestry

Nature Plants CNN

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Denise Pahl Schaan

A major loss for Amazonian Archaeology

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Domestication of Amazonian Forests

A new conceptual model

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Pre-Columbian earthworks along the entire southern rim of the Amazon

New insights on pre-Columbian populations on the Amazon

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Tropical Forest Conservation

New UNESCO book

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Rice so nice it was domesticated thrice

Amazonian rice domestication

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The deep human history of tropicals forests

and its relevance for modern conservation

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Too early to argue for localized, short-term human impact in Amazonia

Read letters in PNAS

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