University of Calgary

Mariam Bundala

  • Doctoral Student
  • Caretaker

Research Interests

Mariam is interested in attaining practical field and laboratory skills in palaeoenvironmental reconstruction, with a focus on the ways in which it influenced change in hominin subsistence patterns, habitat choice, and their plant landscape reconstruction. Specifically, she wants to study microbotanical remains from fauna dental calculus in Arusha region, which will establish a control baseline for dental calculus studies in the Arusha region. Currently, she is working at Olduvai Gorge, Northern Tanzania under the “Stone Tools Diet and Sociality” project. She is also interested in Acheulean, Middle and Later stone tools industries in East Africa.

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Current Studies

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