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Ani St. Amand

PhD Student / NSF Fellow

Ani St. Amand

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Department of Anthropology
5773 South Stevens Hall  
Orono, ME  04469


 Interdisciplinary PhD student: "Remote Sensing, Archaeology, and Abrupt Climate Change".

Interdisciplinary research is crucial to understanding the complex intersections between climate change and human adaptation. My areas of interest include environmental archaeology, geoscience, and chemistry, as well as the application of remotely sensed data toward understanding how populations can adapt to increasingly variable and changing climates. I am co-advised by Dr. Alice Kelley of the School of Earth and Climate Sciences, and Dr. Daniel Sandweiss, of the Anthropology Department.




B.A. Geography-Anthropology, Geosciences Minor: University of Southern Maine, 2015

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