Not currently a member of any working groups.
Details about Jon Erlandson and linked projects and collaborations.
I am interested in the intersections between archaeology, historical ecology, human impacts on marine ecosystems, and marine conservation. My field work focuses primarily on the Pacific Coast of North America, including the California Channel Islands. I have worked extensively with marine ecologists and other scientists to help understand the deep history of human fishing, maritime migrations, island colonization, and anthropogenically-driven ecological change.
With Torben Rick, Todd Braje, Paul Dayton, Robert DeLong, Jim Estes, Michael Graham, and other colleagues, I have been involved in a long-term project to understand the archaeology and historical ecology of California's Northern Channel Islands, including changes in marine and terrestrial ecosystems over the past 15,000 years.
Jon Erlandson's resumé/CV is available here.
University of Oregon
Museum of Natural and Cultural History
1580 E. 15th Street
United States of America
Phone: 541 346-5115
Jon Erlandson is currently not leading any GHEA projects.
Jon Erlandson is currently collaborating on 1 GHEA project
Jon Erlandson is currently not leading any GHEA products.