National Park Service Collaborative Project

Florida National Park Service Southeast Archaeology Project

Principal Investigator: Irvy Quitmyer, 2011-2015

The Environmental Archaeology Program has recently entered into a collaborative research project with the National Park Service Southeast Archeological Center (SEAC) to use the environmental archaeological resources of the NPS Southeast Region to develop a better understanding of past lifeways, human diets, landscape and seascape transformation, and how past populations interacted with natural resources.

Over the next year Irv Quitmyer and four graduate students from the Environmental Archaeology laboratory will identify and analyze zooarchaeological remains excavated from two National Seashore Parks: