- geo- + archaeo- + -logy (Wiktionary)
“The approach at his university is more orientated toward geoarchaeology and therefore he is more experienced in land archaeology.”
“Vance Haynes, professor emeritus of geoarchaeology at the University of Arizona, has spent his career studying the Clovis people.”
“Additional geoarchaeology at the Fort Hood Military Reservation, Ft. Hood, Texas (Archaeological resource management) by Lee C Nordt”
“She wrote her MSc thesis on geoarchaeology, entitled: Soils and Sediments from the Habitation Site at Chrysokamino, East Crete: a Geoarchaeological Study (Supervisor Dr. Charles Frederick).”
“The Big Read, featuring Mark Twain's work as the book of choice -- to be re-read or enjoyed for the very first time -- promotes all kinds of readers, including "lapsed" ones, said Robb Hyde, executive director of the Wayne Center for the Arts. From apple pie baking contests to lectures on geoarchaeology, activities related to the book and taking place across the county throughout the months of March and April are designed to ignite passion in reading -- the primary goal of an initiative founded by the National Endowment for the Arts. And while readers 'guides to the famous book will be available, no book report is required.”
Looking for tweets for geoarchaeology.