The recording of Dr. Ashley Lemke’s lecture “Archaeology Underwater: How Submerged Landscapes are Changing the Future of Archaeology” is now available on our YouTube channel. You can watch it here.
In this lecture, Dr. Lemke will outline how research on submerged landscapes is becoming an increasingly important part of archaeology, focusing on a specific study in the Great Lakes, where 100 feet of water has preserved a virtually intact 9,000-year-old landscape with rooted trees, peat bogs, hunting sites, and artifacts.
Our next virtual lecture is on March 10. Find out how to register here!