Kelsie Long

PhD Student
Building 142 Mills Road Acton ACT 0200 RSES, ANU Room: J6.22
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Profile

Qualifications

Bachelor Arts (Honours Archaeology)

Biography

2013-present: PhD at the Australian National University (ANU). My thesis is titled:  “Fish otolith geochemistry, environmental conditions and human occupation at Lake Mungo”

2012: Bachelor of Arts (Honours in archaeology), at ANU. My honours title was: “An Ear to the Ground: Fish otolith geochemistry, environmental conditions and human occupation at Lake Mungo”

Research

Research interests

My main research interest is the application of fish otolith geochemistry to looking at past environmental conditions in association with human occupation at Lake Mungo, Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area. 

Supervision

Supervisor

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