MA, 2015
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Originally from Tennessee, Ginny Lucas came to UAB to pursue her Master’s Degree with an emphasis in zooarchaeology. In addition to zooarchaeology, her research interests include bioarchaeology and forensic anthropology. While at UAB she examined and analyzed faunal remains from three sites in Brevard County, Florida, and used this analysis to determine which of these sites was the main occupation site and the seasonality of the site. Her thesis work was mentored by Dr. Merritt, but she also conducted projects with Dr. Kyle, Dr. Parcak, and Dr. Downs.
MA, 2015
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Braden's time at UAB focused on the archaeology of prehistoric peoples of the Southeastern United States. His primary interest is in Middle Archaic settlement patterns, land usage, site types, and technological adaptations. His research involves using GIS and remote sensing programs to generate predictive models to locate archaeological sites in riverine environments through watershed mapping. He conducted research under the mentorship of both Dr. Parcak and Dr. Downs.
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