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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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COVID Emergency - Bolivian Amazon

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COVID Emergency - Kuikuro Initiative

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Humans living in Amazon 10,000 years ago cultivated plants and transformed the landscape

Our new article in Nature

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PhD studenship LASTJOURNEY

South American megafaunal ecologies, diets, and mobilities

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Pre-Columbian resilience to climate change

New NATECOEVO article by ERC PAST team

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V International Meeting of Amazonian Archaeology Announced

Universidad de San Marcos, Lima, Peru

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ERC PAST project findings featured in New Scientist

Plant domestication, Amazonian Dark Earth and population estimations

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Tropical forest from deep time to modern relevance

New book by Patrick Roberts

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Did maize dispersal precede domestication?

New evidence on the role of SW Amazonia on maize evolution

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