Archaeology Laboratory is permanently located on the ground floor of
UC Berkeley's beautiful 2551 College Building.
College Ave, located near Wurster Hall and Boalt School of Law.
Research equipment available in the OAL includes two computers currently
holding several large research databases on excavated archaeological
materials from Mussau,
Currently supported software includes Microsoft Office, SPSS, AutoCAD,
Surfer, Photoshop, and ArcGIS. Also available are a Calcomp 9160 digitizing
tablet and a slide scanner. Analytical equipment includes stereoscopic
and petrographic microscopes, thin-section saws and grinders, muffle
furnace, centrifuge, fume hood, pH meter, and other equipment for geoarchaeological
studies. The OAL also maintains several references collections, including
oceanic fishbones, and Hawaiian and Oceanic wood and seeds and other