an archaeobotany network for the Asia-Pacific region
Across the Asia-Pacific region, many floristic and cultural connections can be explored through archaeobotany
Our aim is to support the development of archaeobotany in the region from Asia to Australia and the Pacific Islands. Students and researchers in Asia and the Pacific region face many similar problems in the recovery, identification and interpretation of plant remains.
Membership is free and open to anyone with an interests in archaeology, ethnobotany, plants, and human history. Archaeobotany is a field that can help us recognise the use of wild and cultivated plants in the past, the emergence agriculture, exchange of plants and plant products, and human adaptation to local environments and changes in climate.
Members are encouraged to introduce their own work in their personal profile pages (sign in using the link above, at right). You are also welcome to submit photographs and original notes on any topic related to archaeobotany.