History in the Trees


The University of Arizona in Tucson is offering a three-week course on the interpretation and analysis of archaeological tree rings.

The Dendroarchaeology Field School (try to say that three times, fast) will teach dating methods through lectures, laboratory exercises and fieldwork. It includes a full week at various sites in western New Mexico.

The three-credit course runs May 18-June 15, and it is open to undergrads, grad students and professionals.

520-621-6465 • www.LTRR.Arizona.edu

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