you may ask Sara Hotchkiss, Botany Dept. at Wisconsin-Madison
([log in to unmask]) who guides several Hawaiian projects or Marjeta
Jeraj ([log in to unmask]) archaeobotanist at the same dept., who is
involved in some of these projects.
Zitat von Allan Hall <[log in to unmask]>:
> A colleague has written: " just had an e-mail from an old friend who is the
> archaeologist for Hawaii and Guam. They have just recovered some waterlogged
> vegetation from a peaty horizon probably representing a late prehistoric
> taro pondfield or possibly an earlier fresh water marsh. They are looking
> for someone who can id[entify] stuff from a Western Pacific context."
> Does anyone know who might be the best person to ask?
> Dr Allan Hall, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Archaeology, University
> of York, King's Manor, York YO1 7EP, UK
> +44 1904 434950 (fax 433902)
> mob. 07745 730346
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PD Dr. Simone Riehl
Institute for Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology &
Senckenberg Center for Human Evolution and Paleoecology
Tel. +49 (0)7071 2978915