Dr. Nimrod Marom

Nimrod MaromI am an archaeozoologist studying the interactions between animals, humans, and the environment in the Holocene and Late Pleistocene through archeofaunal remains. An important part of my work is on materials from large archaeological sites on the Mediterranean coast of Israel, such as Tel Achziv, Tel Kabri, and Tel Keisan. I also direct the DEADSEA_ECO Project, which studies anthropogenic effects on Holocene desert foodwebs. 
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