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Digging up history with a ‘real-life Indiana Jones’ Dr. Sarah Barber

Author(s): Sarah Barber1, Megan Seifert2

1. University of Central florida 2. Headwaters Science Institute

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In this exciting talk, Dr. Sarah "Stacy" Barber discusses her exciting research covering: 1. Documentation of geological, hydrodynamic, and ecological change in the Indian River Lagoon, and 2. Evaluation of how human populations have both generated…

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In this exciting talk, Dr. Sarah "Stacy" Barber discusses her exciting research covering: 1. Documentation of geological, hydrodynamic, and ecological change in the Indian River Lagoon, and 2. Evaluation of how human populations have both generated and responded to the changes. Her research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Historical Society, the National Geographic Society, and Argonne National Laboratories.

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Version 1.0 - published on 12 May 2022 doi:10.25334/GTZ4-8N18 - cite this

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Sarah “Stacy” Barber is an anthropological archaeologist with a long-term interest in how human beings interact with coastal ecosystems. She has also conducted research since 2017 on the east coast of Florida, where she and collaborators are evaluating the history of human occupation and resource use on the Indian River Lagoon. Dr. Barber has also conducted research on the coast of Oaxaca in southern Mexico since 2000, looking at the origins and organization of early urban societies in coastal settings. Her research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Historic Society, the National Geographic Society, and Argonne National Laboratories.

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