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Virginia Butler participates in archaeozoology congress in Paris, France
Author: Currently
Posted: October 4, 2010

Virginia Butler, Anthropology faculty, was a discussant for a 20-paper session entitled “Climate Change, Human Response, and Archaeozoology” at the International Congress of Archaeozoology in Paris, France, Aug. 23-28. The climate session was highlighted in the September 17, 2010, Volume 329 issue of Science, which featured the work of PSU alumni, Angela Perri, now a Ph.D. student at University of Durham, U.K. Butler and graduate student Alex Stevenson presented “Putting Old Bones to Work for Conservation Biology: Using Ancient DNA and Geochemistry to Determine Past Salmon Distribution in the Klamath Basin of Southeast Oregon” in another session.