Not currently a member of any working groups.
Details about Caitlin Holloway and linked projects and collaborations.
My research aims to understand how climate change can influence human activity over time. In particular, I am interested in studying evidence of human-environment interactions in the interior Alaskan archaeological record. Archaeological data can be used to model mechanisms of prehistoric adaptation to ecological variability, which has the potential to inform us about modern response to climate change.
Caitlin Holloway's resumé/CV is available here.
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
3667 Cameron St. Apt. 1
United States of America
Caitlin Holloway is currently not leading any GHEA projects.
Caitlin Holloway is currently not collaborating on any GHEA projects
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