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Jordan Chapman

UGA Arch
Graduate Student
Center for Applied Isotope Studies

I am a geoarchaeologist from South Philadelphia. I attempt to apply geologic concepts and methods to archaeological research. I also seek to improve my science communication skills to encourage historically, underrepresented communities to engage in science.

Of note:

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow


B.A., Anthropology, The Pennsylvania State University

B.A., Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

Minor, Geography, The Pennsylvania State University

Research Areas:
Research Interests:

Geoarchaeology, archaeometry, paleoenvironmental reconstructions, geochronology, isotope analysis, geochemistry, geomorphology, paleoecology, geographic information systems (GIS)

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