Author: Laura Masur
Congratulations to lab collaborator Christine Bassett, who won the University of Alabama three-minute thesis (3MT) competition with her presentation “Clamming around with Climate”! Read more here and check out Christine’s winning presentation below. Here is more information about the 3MT competition from the University of Queensland where it began.
NSF science 360 news recently featured Professor West’s research on climate change in Unalaska. Read the full article here.
Check out the recent BU Research article, featuring Professor Catherine West, Anna Goldfield (GRS ’17), and Carly Buta (CAS ’17). Read the entire article here.
In this episode we explore the role of archaeology in climate science, examining contemporary and ancient climate change. Our guests, Assistant Professor Dr. John Marston at Boston University’s Department of Archaeology and the Director of the BU Environmental Archaeology Laboratory, and Dr. Catherine West, Research Assistant Professor and the Director of the BU Zooarchaeology Lab. […]
The research of Catherine West and co-PIs Mike Etnier (Western Washington University) and Fred Andrus (University of Alabama) was featured on WesternToday. Western Washington University’s Mike Etnier, a research associate in the Anthropology department, traveled to Dutch Harbor on the Aleutian island of Unalaska in August to continue his research into how climate change has […]