My main research investigates people's responses to natural hazards by using a combination of geological and archaeological analyses. As a geoarchaeologist, I combine perspectives and methods from archaeology, anthropology, and geology to investigate how societies have been shaped by naturally hazardous conditions found within the environment.
Relative sea level rise, site distributions, and Neolithic settlement in the early to middle Holocene, Jiangsu Province, China. Holocene. 28(3), 354-362. (2018).
The collapse of the North Song dynasty and the AD 1048-1128 Yellow River floods: Geoarchaeological evidence from northern Henan Province, China. Holocene. 28(11), 1759-1770. (2018).
Early irrigation and agropastoralism at Mohuchahangoukou (MGK), Xinjiang, China. Archaeological Research in Asia. 12, 23-32. (2017).