Current Projects

 

Where we currently work
(red dot = PhD project)

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“Human-Biodiversity Interactions through time in Asia-Pacific.”


                   Project (yellow dots) details

PR05A Philippines
     
The Taiwan - Philippine interaction sphere, 2000 BC to AD 500.


Pr04A* Eastern Pacific

Stepping-stones or barrier: The movement and impact of people throughout the Far Eastern Pacific.

Pr04B* North New Guinea

The archaeology of northern New Guinea, a cultural corridor between Asia, Island Melanesia and the Pacific.

Pr04C* Myanmar

Asia's first people: the role of East Asia in human evolution during the past half million years.

Pr04D* Darwin, Australia

Bushfire smoke and the relationship between human and landscape health


Pr04E New Guinea-Pacific

Coprophilous Fungi: A new proxy for human settlement and pig husbandry in Asia-Pacific.

Pr03A ACT, Australia

State of the mountain mires of the Australian Capital Territory after fires 14-22 January 2003.


             
                   Project Code Pr02A= First project starting in 2002
                   *ARC Funding


ARC - Australian Research Council
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
National Geographic
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
   
Potential PhD, Masters and Honours Degree projects
 




  • All projects detailed above contain potential Ph.D, Masters and Honours Degree topics with additional funding available to support fieldwork and radiocarbon dating.
  • Contact the researchers links above if you are interested in pursuing any of these topics and talk to us about developing a research project.
  • Visit the web pages of our current PhD students to see their projects

                   Iona Flett

                         Matiu Prebble

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