Washington Magazine, August 2011 features a follow-up story on the research of T.R. Kidder, professor and chair of anthropology, in Sangyangzhuang, China. Each of Kidder's repeat trips to the site in the north-central part of the county, near the Yellow River have yielded additional clues to the complex history of flooding and habitation of this area, dating to 10-12,000 years ago.
The online story includes photos and video captured at the Sanyangzhuang site and may be accessed at Feature Follow-up: Stratigraphy Reveals Complex Flooding and Migration.
Kidder's research was previously featured in the June 2011 issue of Washington Magazine: Beneath the Silt: Combing for Clues to China's Silk Road. And the A&S Magazine Spring 2011 recounted the story of the site and people of Sanyangzhuang in Submersed in Earth: The floods of ancient Sanyangzhuang.