Jonathan Dombrosky (MS 2015) Receives NSF Grant to Study Ancestral Pueblo Fisheries on the Rio Grande | Department of Geography and the Environment

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February 12, 2020

Jonathan Dombrosky (MS 2015) Receives NSF Grant to Study Ancestral Pueblo Fisheries on the Rio Grande

Jon Dombrosky (UNT MS in Geography 2015) has received an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant for his project, Ancestral Puebloan Fishing in the Pueblo IV Middle Rio Grande (see here). Jon did his Master's research on the zooarchaeology of the faunal remains from the Ancestral Pueblo village of Ponsipa Akeri, which is located in the northern Rio Grande of New Mexico. He has since published research in Hydrobiologia, the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, the Journal of Archaeological Science, Kiva, and The Holocene.