The value of the untenured forest: land rights, green labor, and forest carbon in the Brazilian Amazon
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The College returned the contents of gravesites excavated by a Dartmouth anthropologist in 1967.
"We're taking real tools from biology and applying them in a super serious way. I hope people find the humor in this," says the Charles Hansen Professor of Anthropology.
The paper released on July 23, 2018, in the prestigious journal Nature Ecology & Evolution, has been featured in the New York Times and the Washington Post among many other media outlets.
The paper published in the ISME Journal stems from work by Jill Britton ’14, Katie Amato ’07, and Charles Hansen Professor of Anthropology Nathaniel J. Dominy.
Dartmouth News article, published on July 10, 2018 by Joseph Blumberg, about Prof. DeSilva's new study.
“Every so often, we find a fragmentary piece of a kid’s mandible, or some teeth. But this discovery is just extraordinary.” Jeremy DeSilva quoted in The Atlantic article about his recently published study.
The article titled, "Foot of 'World's Oldest Child' Shows How Our Ancestors Moved", features lead author Jeremy DeSilva's study published in Science Advances.