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John E. Staller

Prometeo Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, University of Guayaquil, Ecuador


He is a working as a Research Accociate at Botanical Research Institute of Texas since 2014 and is the Prometheus Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Guayaquil , Ecuador. He holds a PhD and Ph.D., Anthropology/Archaeology from Southern Methodist University in the year 1994. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree (BSc) in Anthropology from Roosevelt University in the year 1981.

Geological and Archaeological Evidence of El Niño Events along the Coast of El Oro Province Ecuador: Excavations at La Emerenciana a LateValdivia (ca. 2200 1450 B.C.) Ceremonial Center

El Niño-Southern Oscillation is a band of anomalously warm ocean water related to changes in oceanic currents and trade winds. El Niño represents a general warming of surface sea temperatures along the Eastern Pacific, and a lessening or reversal of NE trade winds, creating warm humid air and reducing upwelling of cold waters resultin... Read More»

John E. Staller

Research Article: J Bioremed Biodeg 6: 309

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6199.1000309

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