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Richard R. Drass

Originally from Pennsylvania, Rich is an Archeologist III and has been with the Survey since 1978.

Education

B. A., M. A., Ph. D. University of Oklahoma

Research Interests

Southern Plains archaeology, paleoethnobotany, settlement/subsistence behavior, development of agriculture, selectionist models of economic specialization.

Other Facts

Rich is currently working at the fortified Wichita sites, Bryson-Paddock and Longest. He is also involved in analysis of the distribution and prehistoric cultivation of marshelder, a plant native to disturbed settings along Oklahoma streams.

rdrass@ou.edu

Salt Fork Survey Report Cover, Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4,

Table 6-8, Table 12, Appendix A, References

Visit Rich's home page on Southern Plains Villagers.

Information on the Bryson-Paddock site


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