The work in Barbuda started in 2000 by CUNY archaeologists and an international team of environmental researchers in collaboration with the Antigua & Barbuda scholars and agencies and by the invitation of Dr. Reg Murphy, head of archaeology for National Parks Antigua and Barbuda. Previous seasons have established rich cultural heritage sites with deep chronological stratigraphy. The project emphasis is on interdisciplinary, international collaboration of scientists, education and outreach.
For up to date information on the work in Barbuda, visit the NABO Project Management System.
NABO's Vimeo Channel has various videos on the excavations in Barbuda.
Burns, M.J., Holmes, J., Kennedy, L.M., Bain, A., Marshall, J.D. and Perdikaris, S. (2016) A sediment-based reconstruction of Caribbean effective precipitation during the 'Little Ice Age' from Freshwater Pond, Barbuda. The Holocene 10.1177/0959683616638418