“Determining Klamath Basin’s Past Fish Distribution Using Ancient DNA and Geochemistry”
Oregon Encyclopedia History Night
Virginia L. Butler, Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology, Portland State University
- Edgefield - Power Station Theater |
- Tuesday, October 28, 2014
- 5:30 p.m. doors, 6:30 p.m. event |
- Free |
- All ages welcome
About “Determining Klamath Basin’s Past Fish Distribution Using Ancient DNA and Geochemistry”
Fish remains from archaeological sites represent an important source of knowledge about species distribution before and after human habitation in the Klamath Basin of Oregon. Learn about fascinating new science research that tells us where and how Native Americans fished or acquired salmon and trout thousands of years ago.
About Oregon Encyclopedia History Night
The Oregon Encyclopedia hosts a series of History Nights in collaboration with McMenamins pubs. Come join us for an enlightening evening of history, served up with food and a pint or two of good beer, and find out more about the history and culture of our state from OE authors. Bring your encyclopedia-worthy Oregon stories to share with the OE Editors-in-Chief.
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