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AmaTerra archaeologist returns from research at the Pingelap Atoll in the Pacific

Even though it's sliding farther and farther into the rear view mirror, how about one last little taste of summer? One staffer spent her summer conducting archaeological research on a southern Pacific island. Sounds nice... Dr. Katherine Seikel, AmaTerra’s laboratory manager and project archaeologist, took a two month sabbatical over the summer to participate in an archeological project on Pingelap Atoll in the Federated States of Micronesia. Pingelap Atoll is approximately 1.1 square miles in size and is comprised of three islets. Only the largest islet, Kahlap, has a permanent settlement and its current population is just under 200. The project was funded by a Wenner Gren Grant awarded to

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