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Background Information

Employment History

Visiting Researcher

Smithsonian Tropical Research Inst


Postdoctoral Researcher

Smithsonian Tropical Research Inst


Associate Scientist

Smithsonian Tropical Research Inst


Web References(8 Total References)


www.stri.org

Julia Mayo appointed STRI associate scientist | Linkmore
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Julia Mayo appointed STRI associate scientist August 10, 2009 Julia Mayo appointed STRI associate scientist STRI postdoctoral researcher Julia Mayo, from Universidad Complutense de Madrid, was recently appointed STRI associate scientist STRI postdoctoral researcher Julia Mayo, from Universidad Complutense de Madrid, was recently appointed STRI associate scientist. Mayo, a Panamanian archaeologist, is leading the El Caño Archaeological Project, from her laboratories in the Center for Tropical Paleontology and Archaeology. The watershed of Rio Grande in Coclé, where El Caño is located, is known for the discovery of large and ostentatious graves in Sitio Conte, during the 30's and 40's. The El Caño project aims at investigating the past use of a complex of sculpted and unsculpted basalt columns lined up within Park limits. Some of these structures can be seen, but most of them are buried. Mayo and collaborators are conducting archaeological excavations at the site to discover the nature and function of the buried structures, which are revealed thanks to geophysical prospecting conducted in 2005 and 2006.


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Julia Mayo appointed STRI associate scientist
Julia Mayo appointed STRI associate scientist August 10, 2009 STRI postdoctoral researcher Julia Mayo, from Universidad Complutense de Madrid, was recently appointed STRI associate scientist...


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Julia MayoSmithsonian Tropical Research InstituteJulia MayoJulia Mayoe-mail: mayoj@si.edu Publications by Julia Mayo in STRI Bibliography


www.butchfemmeplanet.com

A few years ago, after having worked at Sitio Conte-also marked by ancient monoliths-archaeologist Julia Mayo of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute decided to reinvestigate El Cano.


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