Oregon State University

Oregon's past: Anthropology student Kirsten Lopez

Oregon's past: Anthropology student Kirsten Lopez

Kirsten Lopez is a master’s student in the Anthropology department here at Oregon State University who is interested in geochemical sourcing techniques such as strontium isotope sourcing of archaeological textiles. Gaining knowledge about geographic source locations will enable examination of textile are manufacturing and movement within her study area of the Northern Great Basin. Her analyses will contribute a whole new type of information that will expand archaeological knowledge about the Northern Great Basin during the Pleistocene/Holocene transition.


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Liz King presents "Science in 60"


Summer 2015: REU Students


Fall 2015: Mark your Calendars for these Upcoming Event(s) with Our Staff and Students

Look here to find out more about the AGU conference involving our staff and student!

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Upcoming Event 2015: Elizabeth King on the Radio!

Liz will be talking on an OSU Radio show (88.7FM KBVR), on November 15th at 7pm.

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Natalie Murray- Visitor's Write-up 2015

Read more on Natalie’s visit to our lab and the work she did here!

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April Abbott- 2015 Project

April Abbott- 2015 Project
April Abbott- 2015 Project

Read what April has been doing this year, 2015.

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June 2013: Summer Students

June 2013: Summer Students
June 2013: Summer Students

Three new faces join the lab for summer!

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March 2013: seaFAST installations

March 2013: seaFAST installations

ESI returns to the Keck Collaboratory for more installations.

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