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Marion Coe (Ph.D)

Marion Coe
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Ted Goebel

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Marion is interested in perishable technology and its relationship to human subsistence and landscape use in the Great Basin and Snake River Plain. She has conducted analyses using light and scanning-electron microscopy on perishable assemblages from the Four Siblings Rockshelter site in eastern Nevada and Aviators Cave lava-tube site at the Idaho National Laboratory, southeastern Idaho. Marion has worked at sites in Pennsylvania and Maryland, and she has been involved in CSFA projects in Alaska and Idaho. My dissertation research will focus on comparing regional plant-material usage in Paleoindian through Archaic periods.