The Archaeology Program at the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research

News and Announcements:

Tree-Ring Dates for Charcoal from Ancient Indian Ruin Bolster Tucson Basin Archaeology. Article from, December 4, 2003.

Research results of the Dendroarchaeology Fieldschool Summer 2002. Now available are two Powerpoint presentations: one on the 1/4" Section Pueblito, an eighteenth-century Navajo defensive structure; and one on the Martinez Site, a twentieth-century Hispanic homestead in New Mexico. (These are very large Powerpoint files. Please be patient when downloading.)

Dendroarchaeology Fieldschool 2006

Dendroarchaeology Fieldschool 2007

Dinetah Navajo Tree-Ring Database

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Jeff Dean heads the archaeology program. (Photo by John Florence.)

Mailing address:

Professor Jeffrey S. Dean
Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721