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The Florida Museum research building hosts a rotating exhibit highlighting recent student research guided by a Florida Museum mentor. Posters are on display at Dickinson Hall for one semester and then permanently archived on this website.

Contact information for current Museum graduate students is available on the Graduate Student Directory, through links to the University of Florida departments, or via the Florida Museum mentors.

Click any poster to download the PDF.

 

Hunting Caches of the Highland Maya

Author: Elyse Anderson, M.A. Candidate, Anthropology

Florida Museum Research Mentor: Kitty Emery, Environmental Archaeology (Chair)

Comparative Demographics of Creek-dwelling Loggerhead Musk Turtles at Nokuse Plantation

Author: Benjamin Atkinson, M.S., Interdisciplinary Ecology, 2009

Florida Museum Research Mentor: Max Nickerson, Herpetology

 

Were the Prehistoric Maya Vegetarians? Excavations of Faunal Remains, or the Lack, at the site of Guijarral, Belize

Author: Erol Kavountzis, M.A. Candidate, Anthropology

Florida Museum Research Mentor: Kitty Emery, Environmental Archaeology (Chair)

 

Reconstructing Ancient Maya Animal Use through Zooarchaeology

Author: Erin Kennedy Thornton, PhD Candidate, Anthropology

Florida Museum Research Mentor: Kitty Emery, Environmental Archaeology (Chair)