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Michael J. Heckenberger

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University of Florida

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The University of Florida prides itself on its research facilities and encourages all students to partake, even during their freshman and sophomore years. For the 2015-2016 school year, UF received a record $724 million in funding for research projects. The sc... more

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In as yet unpublished research the archaeologists Eduardo Neves, of the University of São Paulo; Michael Heckenberger, of the University of Florida; and their colleagues examined terra preta in the upper Xingu, a huge southern tributary of the Amazon.


Amazon Held Advanced, Spectacular Civilizations Prior to European Contact | Kim MacQuarrie Author and Filmmaker

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Along the Xingu, an Amazon tributary in Brazil, Michael Heckenberger of the University of Florida has found moats, causeways, canals, the networks of a stratified civilization that, he says, existed as early as A.D. 800.


Michael Heckenberger: The Fractal Forest: An Archaeology of Body and Built Environment in the Amazon | Video of the Day | Victory Over Violence

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Michael Heckenberger: The Fractal Forest: An Archaeology of Body and Built Environment in the Amazon
A presentation by Michael Heckenberger, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Florida. Part of the University of Chicago Program on the Global Environment's inaugural conference on the Social Life of Forests, held May 30-31, 2008. he archaeology of ancient polities in the Amazon River basin forces a reevaluation of early urbanism and long-term change in socio-ecological systems in tropical forest landscapes.


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- Anthropological landscapes in the upper Xingu river- Research done by Dr. Michael Heckenberger (University of Florida)


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Michael Heckenberger (University of Florida), "Xingu Garden Cities: Domesticated Forests of the Southern Amazon's 'Arc of Fire'"


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