(June 23, 2020)—Today’s (Un)Field School presentation is by internationally recognized geoscientist Gary Huckleberry. We’ve been fortunate to have Gary come to the Preservation Archaeology Field School the past few seasons and introduce students and friends to the field of geoarchaeology.
Gary is a native Phoenician who received his doctorate in Geosciences at the University of Arizona and has spent over 30 year doing geoarchaeological consulting and research in the Southwest. He was a professor of Anthropology at Washington State University from 1995 to 2004, and is currently an adjunct researcher at the University of Arizona and Co-Editor of the journal Geoarchaeology. In addition to geoarchaeology, his research includes the study of desert landforms, soils, climate change, and water resources.