At coastal archaeological sites, thousands of fish bones represent the discarded remains of past meals. Fish bones provide important clues about how people of the past lived and how their daily activities shaped the identity of coastal residents, their relationships, and their interaction with the surrounding environment. Plus, an understanding of the long history of fishing can help us conserve coastal fisheries for future fishers.
Join Eréndira Quintana Morales, UC Santa Cruz, to discover the fascinating world of fish bones and learn about her collaborative research on the archaeology of fisheries in the Western Indian Ocean.
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