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January 16, 2018

On a remote island off the southern coast of Western Australia, a team of researchers (Finding Salisbury) have identified a connection between ancient landscapes and rich marine ecosystems. A massive limestone scarp sits atop a granite dome on the outer edge of the Rec...

January 12, 2018

A multi-year collaborative project commenced in 2017 that aims to protect and manage cultural places on private land associated with the Kenai River Valley in Alaska. The project was developed by Applied Archaeology International in collaboration with the Kenaitze Indi...

September 2, 2017

An intense wildfire impacted one of the most significant cultural landscapes within Tjaltjraak Country, near Esperance, Western Australia, causing damage at two major granite outcrops, major cultural wetlands and known burial sites. Esperance Tjaltjraak Native Title Ab...

September 1, 2017

In 2016 and 2017, a team from Applied Archaeology International (AAI) were invited to the annual Eyak Cultural and Language Camp in Cordova, Alaska, hosted by Orca Adventure Lodge. The team included two archaeologists, three interns from the Kenaitze Tribe, and Elders...

January 2, 2017

This short video examines a cultural maintenance project for the Wadandi cultural place - Waljin Mia (Rainbow Cave) - in southwestern Australia.  This sacred place has been subject to vandalism and environmental threats. 

The project team of Wadandi Elders, Applied...

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