By Will Ferguson, College of Arts and Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – In the mid-to-late 1200s, some 30,000 ancestral pueblo farmers left their homes in southwestern Colorado’s Mesa Verde region and never returned.
PULLMAN – WSU Regents Professor of Archeology Timothy Kohler will receive a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Forest Service to better understand the interactions between humans and their environment by studying coupled natural and human systems. Kohler and his colleagues will receive a $1,499,172 grant to study the dynamic interaction […]
When most people think of an archeological dig, they think of dirt, but some of Tim Kohler’s most productive digs are deep in data. Kohler, a 2006 Regents Professor best known for his archaeological research in the southwestern United States, has, in some ways, changed the face of archeology with his sophisticated computer analysis of […]