NEWS + EVENTS

HOYO NEGRO

AN EVENING OF PRESENTATIONS

Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City

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2018 OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING

UC San Diego-led digital documentation and visual analytics effort presented at the Ocean Sciences Meeting in Portland, OR.

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USING A VIRTUAL CAVE TO EXPLORE A REAL ONE

PBS Nova has featured work by a team of researchers at the UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute in a recent article in its NOVA NEXT online publication.

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FIRST FACE AMERICA

NOVA special features the story of Naia. Airs February 7 on PBS.

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Proyecto Arqueológico Subacuático Hoyo Negro

Round Table event at the Museo Maya de Cancun.

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Proyecto Arqueológico Subacuático Hoyo Negro obtiene importante premio en China

Hoyo Negro Project receives Field Discovery Award at the Shanghai Archaeology Forum.

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Abrirá en Campeche el primer Museo de Arqueología Subacuática en América

Hoyo Negro exhibition opens at new underwater archaeology museum in Campeche.

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INAH Fourth International Congress

Recent research presented at the INAH Fourth International Congress, Cultural Patrimony and New Technologies.

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Paper by Arano et al.

AIPnD Conference, Turin, Italy

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The Archaeology of Underwater Caves

Chapter on Hoyo Negro in new edited volume The Archaeology of Underwater Caves.

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Ice Age Predators Found Alongside Oldest Human in Americas

Some 13,000 years ago in what’s now the Yucatán Peninsula, a deep pit inside a cave became the final resting place for a menagerie of exotic animals.

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UC San Diego Research Sheds New Light on Life of Ice Age American

Together with their colleagues, researchers from the University of California San Diego have announced new findings about a skeleton nicknamed “Naia,” the earliest mostly complete human found so far in the Americas.

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