Historical Ecology in the Southeast

hey all, just back from SEAC where I saw some amazing papers!
I really enjoyed all the Florida work happening in the 10,000 Islands area and Caloosahatchee. You can check out the park here, http://www.fws.gov/refuges/profiles/index.cfm?id=41555, and soon enough I’ll post more information about the archaeology. Those folks working down there have such a great handle on the ecology, history, and archaeology of that beautiful region.


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