Bashmak 3 (Site Name Keyword)
1-3 (3 Records)
Tephra and radiocarbon date correlations between geologic sections and archaeological profiles from all 3 years of fieldwork in the Kuril Islands during the KBP.
Kuril Biocomplexity Project Archive (NSF 0508109)
A broadly interdisciplinary, international team investigated the complex web of cultural, ecological, geological, and climate systems in the Kuril Islands. The Kurils provide uniquely laboratory-like conditions for this study, permitting examination of past changes in local climates and ecosystems along an island chain. The islands are situated along a latitudinal gradient extending from temperate Hokkaido Island (north of Japan) to subarctic Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia. Evidence of human...
KURIL BIOCOMPLEXITY PROJECT REPORT OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD RESEARCH IN 2008 [Redacted]. (2009)
This report documents the archaeological field results from the 2008 expedition to the Kuril Island Archipelago. This expedition was sponsored by the Sakhalin Regional Museum under the direction of Dr. Tatiana P. Roon. Dr. Valery O. Shubin of the Sakhalin Regional Museum served as expedition leader and the lead Russian archaeologist. Dr. Ben Fitzhugh is the international director of the Kuril Biocomplexity Project (KBP) and lead American archaeologist.