GHEA Member Details
Details about Brooks Lawler and linked projects and collaborations.
I am a graduate student at University of Alaska Fairbanks, studying archaeology. My research is based in geochemical analysis of stone artifacts and prehistoric landscape use. I am interested in how prehistoric individuals obtained and transported toolstone, and how different types toolstone was manufactured and functioned. My work is based in Interior, Alaska. However, I am enthusiastic about collaborating across disciplines and internationally to understand changing climate effects on human use of the landscape, and how humans have managed changing and stable environments in the past. I am particularly interested as well in engaging in discussions of threats to global heritage, both anthropological and environmental.
Brooks Lawler's resumé/CV is available here.
University of Alaska Fairbanks
P.O. Box 751904
United States of America
Brooks Lawler is currently not leading any GHEA projects.
Brooks Lawler is currently not collaborating on any GHEA projects
Brooks Lawler is currently not leading any GHEA products.