A case study from a small alluvial fan in southeast Kazakhstan (prepared for the 2021 SAA meeting)
Dr. Isaac I. Ullah is a computational geo-archaeologist who studies the intersection of complexity theory, archaeology, complex adaptive systems, simulation, and early food production.
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New article on our work in Calabria, out now!
New article on our work in Kazakhstan, out now!