Megan Clarke


Congratulations to Megan Clarke for passing her Master's this past June, 2015! Megan Clarke is a M.A student at the University of Saskatchewan under the supervision of Dr. Angela Lieverse and Dr. Elizabeth Robertson. She has recently received a SSHRC scholarship for her research proposal on this project. Her main research interests include studying adaptive change in hunter gatherer populations as it relates to physical and pathological alterations to the human skeleton. She is joining the BHAP team to analyze dental calculus samples both quantitatively and microscopically in order to better understand dietary changes in the Middle Holocene Cis-Baikal area.

Link to Megans' summer research activities in Irkutsk, Russia:

Bakail Hokkaido archaeology project