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Research Associate
Coordinator of Remote Sensing Applications

309 Leavell Hall
University, MS 38677

Phone: 662-915-5524
Fax: 662-915-5372

E-mail:bshaley@olemiss.edu


Biography:

I specialize in archaeological applications of geophysics, especially magnetics, electrical imaging, electromagnetics, and ground penetrating radar (GPR). Of particular interest is how multiple techniques can be used together to make cultural resource management and research archaeology more efficient. I also focus on other geospatial technologies such as airborne remote sensing (including thermal infrared), land surveying, geographic information systems (GIS), and the global positioning system (GPS). In terms of more conventional archaeology, I work primarily with prehistoric and contact-period Native American sites in the southeastern United States.

I received a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology (and a minor in Computer Science) from the University of Kentucky in 1999 and a Master of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Mississippi in 2002. My MA thesis work was conducted at the Hollywood site, a Mississippian mound center located in northwest Mississippi, and was supported with grants from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Publications:


My Documents: [Click to Download]

"Airborne Remote Sensing Techniques at the Hollywood Site (MA Thesis)"

"The Utility of Low Cost TIR Sensors in Archaeological Research"

"GPR Slice Quick Reference Chart"

"An Evaluation of Remote Sensing Effectiveness in the Pine Hills of Southeast Mississippi"

"Geophysics at Feltus (2008 SEAC Presentation)"

"Mapping the Chickasaw with Integrated Magnetic Geophysics (2007 ISAP Poster)"

"The Search for the Hidden People of St. Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Florida"

"A Ground Penetrating Radar Survey of Forteleza Cerro Colorado, Peru (Stone Center Report)"
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