ACS biologist’s article on senita cactus range extension published in Madroño

A manuscript coauthored by ACS biologist Stephanie Cobbold was published this year in Madroño, a journal of peer-reviewed research articles on the natural history of Western American plants. The article describes a range extension of the senita cactus (Lophocereus schottii) in Arizona. The record helps fill a gap between records from southern California and . . . → Read More: ACS biologist’s article on senita cactus range extension published in Madroño

ACS Senior Pollen Analyst, Dr. John Jones, contributes chapter to new publication.

Dr. John Jones, ACS’ Senior Pollen Analyst has contributed a Chapter to the The Archaeology of Caribbean and Circum-Caribbean Farmers (6000 BC – AD 1500) An Introduction. As the abstract states “…This book is devoted to the archaeological study of precolonial farmers in the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. Comprising 17 chapters, with a wide geographic reach stretching . . . → Read More: ACS Senior Pollen Analyst, Dr. John Jones, contributes chapter to new publication.

ACS Announces New Phytolith Extraction Capabilities!

ACS is pleased to announce that we now have the capability to extract phytoliths in our laboratory facility at our Tempe office. This means we will have increased flexibility over the processing and extraction of phytoliths from a variety of materials including ceramics, ground stone and other artifacts, organics, and reference materials, in addition . . . → Read More: ACS Announces New Phytolith Extraction Capabilities!

ACS Awarded New State Procurement Office Professional Services Contract

ACS was added to the State Procurement Office’s Annual Professional Services Qualification List for 2017. We look forward to continuing our relationship with the State Procurement Office.

https://spo.az.gov/procurement-services/professional-services

Archaeological Consulting Services to participate on the Interstate 11 environmental study from Nogales to Wickenburg

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) is excited to announce our participation on the team that will be conducting the Interstate 11 (I-11) environmental study from Nogales to Wickenburg, Arizona. In partnership with the Federal Highway Administration and regional planning agencies, the Arizona Department of Transportation has launched a three-year environmental study to select an . . . → Read More: Archaeological Consulting Services to participate on the Interstate 11 environmental study from Nogales to Wickenburg