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Conferences

Alves, D. T.* (2014). Plant food Consumption and the origin of Amazonian Dark Earth in the Lower Tapajós region. 9th Sesquiannual Conference of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America. Gothenburg, Jun. 26-29.

Alves, D. T.* (2015). What plants people ate in Ancient Amazonia? Archaeobotanical research at the Lower Tapajós River-Brazil. University of Exeter Postgraduate Research Showcase. Exeter, Apr. 27-29.

Alves, D. T.* (2015). Manejo de plantas no Baixo Tapajós (1600 a.C. a 1600 AD) sob uma abordagem arqueobotânica. 18th Congresso da Sociedade de Arqueologia Brasileira. Goiânia, Sept. 27- Oct. 02.

Alves, D.T.* (2016). Tapajó culture Amazonian Dark Earths: foodscapes on the Lower Amazon. University of Exeter Postgraduate Research Conference. Exeter, Apr. 18-19.

Alves, D.T.*, Iriarte, J., Schaan, D.P. (2016 forth). Plant management on Ancient Amazonia from an archaeobotanical approach. 17th Conference of the International Work Group for Paleoethnobotany. Paris, Jul. 4-9.

Hilbert, L. M. *, Iriarte, J., Góes Neves, E. and Pugliese, F. Investigating Plant Management in the Tucumã (Pará-Brazil) and Monte Castelo (Rondônia- Brazil) Shell Midden using Phytoliths Analysis. 81st Society for American Archaeology Meeting. Orlando, USA, 6-10 April.

Iriarte, J. (2015). A Multi-Proxy Approach to Investigate Human-Plant Interactions in Amazonia: A Case Study from the Llanos de Moxos. 80th Society for American Archaeology Meeting. San Francisco, USA, 3-7 April.

Iriarte, J. (2015). Environmental consequences of the onset and development of agricultural societies’ symposium. International Union for Quaternary Science (INQUA) 19th Congress. Nagoya, Japan, July 27-Aug.2.

Iriarte, J. *, Schaan, D., Maezumi, S. Y., Khan, S. and Alves, D. (2016). A Multiproxy Approach to Study Past Human Impact on the Lower Amazon, Santarem. 81st Society for American Archaeology Meeting. Orlando, USA, 6-10 April.

Maezumi, S.Y.*, Iriarte, J., Schaan, D.   Pre-Columbian Fire and Cultivation in the Tapajos Region, Central Amazonia (2016 forthcoming). XIV International Palynological Congress. Bahia, Brazil, Oct. 23-28.

Maezumi, S.Y. *, Iriarte, J., Schaan, D. (2015) Atividade tarde Pre-Columbian Fogo no Baixo Amazonas. XVIII Congresso da Sociedade de Arqueologia Brasileira. Goiania, Brazil, Sept 27-Oct 3.

Maezumi, S.Y. *, Power, M., Iriarte, J. (2015) Late Pre-Columbian Fire Activity in Amazonia:

Detection and Challenges. International Union for Quaternary Science (INQUA) 19th Congress. Nagoya, Japan, July 27-Aug.2.


Invited workshops:

Iriarte, J.* (2015). Terras pretas and plant biodiversity: A review of the evidence. In Simposio Engenheiros edáficos, fertilidade do solo e terra preta do índio. University of Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil. Sponsored by RUCK-FAPESP. Curitiba, Brazil, 8-12 June.

Iriarte, J. (2015) NQUA-sponsored meeting on ‘LandUse6k: Putting history to work on climate change’, Paris, France, 22-23 October.

Iriarte, J.* (2015). Sustainable Amazonian futures: Lessons from archaeology. UNESCO Exploring frameworks for tropical forest conservation. Xalapa, Mexico, 7-12 December.


Invited seminars:

Iriarte, J.* Pre-1492 Land Use in Amazonia: Lessons from the Llanos de Moxos, Bolivia. (2015). School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Plymouth University. Febraury 25.

Iriarte, J. * Pre-1492 Land Use in Amazonia. (2015). Department of Archaeology. University of York.

Iriarte, J. * Pre-1492 Land Use in Amazonia. (2015). Department of Archaeology. Cambridge University.

Iriarte, J. * (2014). El uso de la tierra sin fuego en las sabanas Neotropicales en tiempos pre-Colombinos. INPA, Manaus, Brazil.

Iriarte, J. * (2014). Investigating Pre-Columbian Amazonian Dark Earths Agro-Ecosystems of the Lower Amazon in Santarem: An Archaeobotanical Perspective. IX Sesquiannual Conference of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America (SALSA), School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

Iriarte, J. * (2014). Historical Ecology in the New World tropics: an interdisciplinary perspective, British Academy Early Career Regional Networking Event, Institute of the Americas, UCL, London.

Iriarte J. * (2014). Origins of agricultura in South America. Rethinking the Andes-Amazonia ‘Divide’ Symposium, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig.

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