anthropogenic disturbances

Dixon, Kelly

Associate Professor
Anthropology
The University of Montana

Kelly J. Dixon specializes in archaeology in the American West, with interests in archaeologies of adaptation, colonization, colonialism, landscapes, landscape transformations, human-environment interactions, boomtowns, extractive industries, marginalized populations, and text-aided approaches to archaeology.

Ondi Crino

AY2012-13
Department: 
Division of Biological Sciences
College/University: 
University of Montana

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