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Trine Bjorneboe Johansen

Education:

  1. 2012 Ph.D. - Evolutionary Anthropology (Archaeology) - University of California, Davis
  2. 2007 Advanced to candidacy - Evolutionary Anthropology (Archaeology) - University of California, Davis
  3. 2006 M.A. - Anthropology (Archaeology) -University of California, Davis
  4. 2002 B.A. - Anthropology - University of California, Davis

Biography:

Research Interests Archaeology, impacts of culture contact, Northwest Greenland, Hunter-gatherer subsistence, Zooarchaeology, Dovekie, Arctic fox and hare, Optimal Foraging, Mass capture of small game Outgoing Vice President of CARD, Center for Archaeological Research at Davis, please visit our Website: Center for Archaeological Research at Davis Recent Publications & Presentations (in prep) Johansen, Trine B. Foraging Efficiency and Small game: The Importance of Dovekie (Alle alle) to the Inughuit Diet. Archaeozoologica 2010 Darwent, John and Trine B. Johansen Archaeologival Survey in the Foulke Fjord Region, Inglefield Land, Northwest Greenland. Danish Journal of Geography 110(2): 297-314
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