Dr. Hodgins and Mr. Kessler will discuss a recent cooperative research project between the National Park Service and the UA Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Laboratory. This project utilizes radiocarbon dating to better understand when the cliff dwelling was built and how its architecture has changed over time. The presenters will discuss the methods used and preliminary results from the project. This presentation will highlight the use of cutting edge science to develop an interpretation of past events at Montezuma Castle.
This is a free lecture open to the public.