University of Florida Environmental Archaeology

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University of Florida Environmental Archaeology


The Environmental Archaeology Program (EAP) of the Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, is a research and teaching laboratory devoted to the reconstruction of the ancient environments of Southeastern North America and the circum-Caribbean, encompassing Mexico, Central America (including the SE USA, and northern South America). Our aim is to understand the deep-time history of the relationship between humans and their environments.

Point of contact
David Bloom
Administrative contact
Kitty Emery
Technical contact
David Bloom


University of Florida Environmental Archaeology Dickinson Hall 32611-7800 Gainesville FL United States


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U.S. Geological Survey

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