Lapa do Picareiro (Site Name Keyword)

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2014 total station data (2014)
DATASET Uploaded by: Jonathan Haws

Raw data from the 2014 excavation using a Sokkia CX total station.


2015 total station data (2015)
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Raw data from the 2015 excavation using two Sokkia CX total stations and EDWIN software.


2015 total station data (2015)
DATASET Uploaded by: Jonathan Haws

Raw data from the 2015 excavation using two Sokkia CX total stations and EDWIN software. This file recorded data using a Surface Pro 3.


2016 total station data (2016)
DATASET Uploaded by: Jonathan Haws

Raw data from the 2016 excavation using two Sokkia CX total stations and EDWIN software. This file recorded data using a Trimble Nomad.


2016 total station data (2016)
DATASET Uploaded by: Jonathan Haws

Raw data from the 2016 excavation using two Sokkia CX total stations and EDWIN software. This file recorded data using a Nautiz X8.


Aerial view of the site (2015)
IMAGE Uploaded by: Jonathan Haws

This image was taken with a GoPro 3 mounted to a DJI Phantom 3. The view is from the north looking south. Backdirt is visible in the lower right.


Entrance to the cave (2015)
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Mouth of the cave.


Human ecodynamics of late Neanderthal survival and anatomically modern human expansion at the Middle-Upper Paleolithic Transition, Lapa do Picareiro, Portugal
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With support from the National Science Foundation, Dr. Jonathan Haws (University of Louisville) and Dr. Michael Benedetti (University of North Carolina Wilmington) are leading a multi-year study of Neanderthal extinction and replacement by anatomically modern humans in central Portugal. The project brings together an international team to recover high-resolution archaeological, geological and paleoecological records from the excavation of Lapa do Picareiro, a cave in central Portugal. Our...


Plan of Lapa do Picareiro (2015)
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Site plan based on 1x1 m alphanumeric grid system.


View of the site (2015)
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View of the excavation from the entrance. We use two total stations, one for each half of the cave.