CAMPUS NEWS: AUGUST 17, 2021

ARCHAEOLOGY RESEARCH

This Historical Fish Tale Can Guide Future Conservation Policy, UNO Researchers Say

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UNO researchers’ analysis of sheepshead bones provides the earliest evidence of overfishing of the historically popular New Orleans fish. Most of the sheepshead bones analyzed in the study were recovered from archaeological sites in New Orleans, like this one at Passebon Cottage.

UNO researchers’ analysis of sheepshead bones provides the earliest evidence of overfishing of the historically popular New Orleans fish. Most of the bones analyzed were recovered from archaeological sites in New Orleans, such as Passebon Cottage.

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