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Arizona State University Archaeologist Models Past and Future Landscapes

February 23, 2011

C. Michael Barton Arizona State University archaeologist C. Michael Barton says it takes a revolution in thought, along with the newest methods of modeling, to produce a comprehensive picture of the past that can help inform land-use decisions for our future. He will speak on "Looking for the Future in the Past: Long-Term Change in Socioecological Systems" at the AAAS annual meeting on Feb. 20. Full Story

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