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A late update from the field

Hello everyone! I want to first apologize for not updating the blog during June’s field season. A lot has been going on and life has taken up precious time of mine. However, I can give a brief synopsis of what … Continue reading

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Talk tomorrow night!

Hello once again trusted Lord Ashley followers!  It’s been too busy of a summer and updates on what’s going on with the project have been taking a back burner for the time being.  We’re slowly beginning the lab work phase … Continue reading

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What a field season!!! Thanks for all of the support!

Hello everyone following and reading!  We wrapped up pretty easy yesterday thanks to all of the students’ hard work on Thursday.  We have been battling rain as most of you know (and if you live in the area, you’re battling … Continue reading

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Reaching a better understanding through artifacts

Hello everyone!  Things are getting quite busy, Mother Nature is still throwing us plenty of tough weather, which is slowing up our progress a little bit, but we continue to push on!  And, the students seem to become more gung … Continue reading

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Week 1 wrap up, and what a week it was!

Hi everyone, Andrew here! Okay, I’m still recovering from the heat, and even though today was a break (although I didn’t check, it was over 90 for sure), I need the weekend to wrap my head around what we found … Continue reading

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Day 2…and rain

After opening four, 5×5′ foot units, and making great progress on day 1 (a day usually full of setting in new units, getting equipment and tools in order, doing work with a surveyor’s transit, etc.), the big thunderstorms last night … Continue reading

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Getting ready for another amazing field season!

Hello everyone!  My name is Andrew Agha and I’m the Principal Investigator and field director of the Lord Ashley Site. I’ve been very lucky to get a chance to work on this beyond important site. This year we’ll be intensifying … Continue reading

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