Amy Johnston

Amy Johnston

Aug 27, 2015

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About This Project

My research will focus on archaeological data from sites on the coast of Maine and on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts. By examining the composition of shells, I hope to discover how variations in stable isotopic and trace elemental composition in the archaeological shells can be used to reconstruct the past environmental conditions of the Gulf of Maine.

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