News Release 11-066 - Video
Jennifer Pournelle uses a common reed found in South Carolina to discuss life in ancient Iraq.
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Dr. Jennifer Pournelle, a research assistant professor in the School of the Environment at the University of South Carolina believes the great cities of southern Iraq grew and thrived in the vast lowland marshes of Mesopotamia. Here she uses a common reed found in South Carolina to discusses life in ancient Iraq.
Credit: University of South Carolina