Professional Experience
   Present Consulting Geoarchaeologist.
   1989-1991 Geoarchaeologist Geoarcheology Research Associates, Riverdale, NY.
   1989 Geoarchaeologist Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group, Jackson, Michigan.
   1989 GeoarchaeologistJohn Milner Associates, West Chester, Pennsylvania    
   1989 Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant Anthropology Department, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.
   1980-1987 Staff Archaeologist. Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., Environmental Sciences Department, Jackson, Michigan
   1979-1980 Staff Archaeologist. Office of the State Archeologist, Laramie, Wyoming

  Selected CRM and Geoarchaeology Project Experience
   Phase III Geoarchaeological Assessments; Hickory Bluff Site (7CK411) Kent County, Delaware (1998).  This extensive prehistoric site occupies a river bluff location impacted by  new  bridge construction.  It includes  discreet occupation loci, deep pit features, and a probable eolian mantle.  To distinguish cultural from natural processes of site formation,  a variety of geochemical, pedological, and geological techniques are being  applied.  It appears that  rising sea levels, changing stream behavior, and possible fluctuations in climate may have combined to affect lithic resource procurement, site formation and preservation.  (With G. William Monaghan and Parsons Engineering Science Inc. for DelDOT).
   Phase II Geoarchaeological Assessments of Buried Prehistoric Sites 31ON624 and 31ON625, Marine Corps Air Station, Onslow County, North Carolina (1997). These two stratified Early and Middle Woodland sites occupy toe slope positions on low terraces in an estuarine setting; storm  related shore erosion exposed each site.  Stratigraphic evaluations, physical and chemical data, and radiocarbon dates provide  a temporal and processual framework for site formation and colluvial burial by processes related to rising sea levels, and high-water, storm erosion of adjacent upland slopes.  (With Gray&Pape, Inc for EDAW/US Navy).
   Phase II&III Geoarchaeological Assessments; Whitehurst Freeway Project, Washington D.C. (1996-7).  Three prehistoric sites were discovered beneath a planned highway interchange designed to straddle a stream valley in a heavily urbanized setting.  Each site included intact Woodland components buried beneath both prehistoric sediments and  massive urban fills.   Landscape  reconstruction based upon stratigraphic, sedimentological and pedological characteristics revealed a complicated record of changing and related microenvironments.  With Parsons Engineering Science, Inc. for Legion Design/District of Columbia).

  Additional Selected CRM and Geoarchaeology Projects
   Phase II&III Geoarchaeological Assessments; Coco Station Site (46KA294), Kanawha County, West Virginia  (1995-1996) This buried Early Woodland site occupies a valley-bottom terrace laced with several pipelines and a gas compressor station.  Deep excavations yeilded a series of stratified occupations in minimally weathered sands.  Pockets of undisturbed site yielded important data concerning  post-xerothermic environmental  conditions and site development. (With Gray & Pape Inc. for Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.)
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase I Investigations, James River Mitigation Landbank, Goochland County, Virginia.  Involved in deep-site testing with backhoe exposures to determine the depositional history and cultural resource potential of several contiguous alluvial landforms bordering the James River (with report contributions).  For Dames & Moore, Emlen Myers, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase II Investigations,  Route 10 Improvement Project, Logan County, West Virginia (WVDOH). Provided stratigraphic, sedimentological and pedological assessments of several buried, multi-component prehistoric sites buried within alluvial terraces located along the Guyandotte River (with report contribution). For KCI Technologies Inc., Marcia Kodlick, Project Director.  
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Maymount Park Canal Boat Project, Richmond, Virginia.  Provided stratigraphic and sedimentological assessments for Phase III data recovery investigations of two buried 19th c. canal boats, in Maymount Park (with report contribution).  For Gray&Pape Inc., Len Winter, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase III assessments of site 18CH654, Charles County, Maryland  (Philips Meadow Subdivision).  Provided stratigraphic, sedimentological and pedological assessments of an intensive prehistoric site located in above a relic flood plain  (with report contribution).  For Dames & Moore, Cindy Pfanstiehl, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Hickory Bluff Site Mitigation (7CK411) Kent County, Delaware (DelDOT).  Involved in Phase III stratigraphic, pedologic, and archeological context analyses of a large multi-component prehistoric site bordering the St Joans River. Special analyses include extensive geochemical and geophysical assessments of cultural and eolian disturbed sediments (with report contribution).  For Parsons Engineering Science Inc., Michael Petraglia, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist;  Phase II assessments of site 44CU122, Culpeper County, Virginia (Route 3 Improvement Project, VDOT).  Provided stratigraphic, sedimentological and pedological assessments of an intensive prehistoric site located in a relic flood plain setting (with report contribution).  For Louis Berger and Associates, Inc., Ricardo Fernandez-Sardina, Project Director.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase I stream crossing assessments, Route 10 Improvement Project, Logan County, West Virginia (WVDOH). Involved in deep-site testing with backhoe exposures to determine the depositional history and cultural resource potential of several alluvial landforms associated with the Guyandotte River (with report contribution). For KCI Technologies Inc., Marcia Kodlick, Project Director.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase III mitigation of site 44LE165, Lee County, Virginia (Route 58 Improvement Project, VDOT).  Provided stratigraphic, sedimentological and pedological assessments of a buried, multi-component prehistoric site located in a flood plain setting (with report contribution).  For College of William & Mary Center for Archaeological Research, Dennis Blanton, Project Director.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase I stream crossing assessments, Vector Pipeline Project, Berrien, Jackson, Calhoun, St. Joseph Counties, Michigan (NRG). Involved in deep-site testing with backhoe exposures to determine the depositional history and cultural resource potential of several alluvial landforms associated with the St. Joseph, Grand, and Portage Rivers (with report contribution). For Commonwealth Cultural Resource Group, James Robertson, Project Director.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase I deep testing investigations of Sites 44AB18 and 44AB64,  “Monasukapanough,” Albemarle County, Virginia.   Involved in deep-site testing with backhoe and cut-bank exposures to determine the depositional history and cultural resource potential of a pair of alluvial landforms bordering the Rivanna River, where a 16th c. Native American settlement was previously recorded..  For Soccer Organization of Charlottesville-Albemarle, Bill Mueller, director.
   Project Geoarchaeologist;  Phase II assessments of site 44FX655, Fairfax County, Virginia (Yates Road  Improvement Project, VDOT).  Provided stratigraphic, sedimentological and pedological assessments by trenching and coring a prehistoric site located in an upland  setting that included mound components of unknown age (with report contribution).  For Louis Berger and Associates, Inc., Kay Simpson, Project Director.
   Project Geoarchaeologist;  Phase I stream crossing assessments, Chesterfield County, Virginia (Nubeys Bridge  Improvement Project, VDOT).  Provided a geomorphologicl study of a flood plain setting by examination of cut bank exposures and cores, in order to assess buried site potential (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape  Inc., Len Winter, Project Director.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase II Investigations of Prehistoric Sites 31ON624 and 31ON625, Marine Corps Air Station, Camp Lejune, Onslow County, North Carolina (U.S. Navy).  Provided evaluations of site geomorphology, stratigraphy, geochemical and geophysical data and radiocarbon data for two stratified Early and Middle woodland sites which occupy toeslope positions in an estuarine setting severely eroded by recent storm activity (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape, Inc., Len Winter, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase III mitigation of site 44LE232, Lee County, Virginia (Route 58 Improvement Project, VDOT).  Provided stratigraphic, sedimentological and pedological assessments of a surficial, single--component prehistoric site located in an upland setting (with report contribution).  For College of William & Mary Center for Archaeological Research, Dennis Blanton, Project Director.
   Consulting Geoarchaeologist; Field School data recovery efforts at prehistoric site 44GO30 in Goochland County, Virginia, (University of Virginia).  Provided site stratigraphic and geomorphic evaluations of a late -prehistoric site on Elk Island along the James River.  Independent research for Dr. Jeffrey L. Hantman, Principal Investigator, and Marin Gallivan, Project Director.
   Consulting Geoarchaeologist; Research data recovery efforts at the Vallencourt Site, OND-19, in Oneida County, NY.  Provided site stratigraphic, pedologic and geomorphic evaluations of a protohistoric Oneida village  site, including assessments of the contextural integrity of postmolds associated with  longhouse structures.  Independent research for NYSAA-Chenango Chapter.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Whitehurst Freeway Project, Washington, D.C. (Legion Design/District of Columbia).  Involved in Phase III stratigraphic, pedologic, and archeological context analyses of multi-component prehistoric and historic sites (51NW103, 51NW117 and 51NW117W) bordering Rock Creek in an urban setting (with report contributions). For Parsons Engineering Science Inc., Elizabeth Crowell, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; CNG/Bath Petroleum Storage Area, Steuben County, New York (CNG Transmission Corporation). Involved in deep-site testing with backhoe exposures to determine the depositional history and cultural resource potential of several flood plains included in a 20-mile pipeline corridor, and a gas storage field, within the Cohocton River drainage basin(with report contributions). For 3D/Environmental. Chris Bergman, Jane Stone, Principal Investigators.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; KA/VA Uprate Project, Botetourt County, Virginia (Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation). Involved in deep-site testing with backhoe exposures to determine the depositional history and cultural resource potential of several alluvial landforms associated with the James River and the Gala site (44BO48), (with report contribution). For Gray & Pape Inc., W. Kevin Pape, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase III data recovery efforts at the Coco Station Site (46KA294), Kanawha County, West Virginia, as part of a pipeline replacement project (Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation). Provided stratigraphic, pedologic, and archeologic context interpretations of this buried Terminal Archaic/Early Woodland site located within an alluvial landform bordering Blue Creek, a tributary of the Elk River (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., Eric Voigt, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; James River Water Supply Project, Henrico County, Virginia (Camp Dresser & McKee).  Provided stratigraphic and pedologic interpretations of both a deeply stratified site 44He713 (Terminal Archaic—Late Woodland) and surficial site 44He714 during Phase III mitigation efforts within an alluvial landform, Tuckahoe Island, bordering the James River (with report contribution).  For John Milner Associates Inc., Stuart Fiedel, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase II Investigations of the Route 58 Improvement Project, Grayson County, Virginia (Virginia Department of Transportation).  Provided stratigraphic and buried site evaluations of prehistoric sites 44GY96-137-141, bordering tributaries of the New River (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., Len Winter, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Investigations of 44PG299, at Fort Lee, Prince George County, Virginia (U.S. Army).  Provided assessments of the preservation and buried site potential  of an extensive World War-I trench and bunker facility (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., Len Winter, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Bruceton Suction and Discharge Pipeline Project, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, and Preston and Monangahela Counties, West Virginia (Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation). Involved in deep-site testing with backhoe exposures to determine the depositional history and cultural resource potential of alluvial landforms bordering several stream crossings along a proposed 16 mile-long pipeline replacement route (with report contribution). For Gray & Pape, Inc. Susan Goodfellow, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase II testing and evaluation of the Falling Rock Creek Site (46Ka292) and Coco Station Site (46Ka294), Kanawha County, West Virginia, as part of a pipeline replacement project (Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation). Provided stratigraphic, pedologic, and archeologic context interpretations of two buried Terminal Archaic/Early Woodland sites located within alluvial landforms bordering tributaries of the Elk River (with report contributions).  For Gray & Pape Inc., Jane Stone, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; D.C Arena Project, Washington, D.C. (EDAW/District of Columbia).  Involved in Phase III stratigraphic, pedologic, and archeological context analyses of a large multi-component historic site consisting of a square city block in an urban area (with report contribution). For Parsons Engineering Science Inc., Petar Glumac, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Shepherds Field Site (46JF325) Phase III Mitigation Project in Jefferson County, West Virginia (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/National Park Service).  Provided stratigraphic and pedologic interpretations of a deeply stratified Terminal Archaic—Late Woodland site located within an alluvial landform bordering the Potomac River (with report contribution).  For John Milner Associates Inc., Stuart Fiedel, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; KA Line Replacement Project, Pike County, Kentucky (Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation).  Provided deep-site assessments of a pipeline stream crossing with several backhoe trench evaluations as part of a Phase I survey (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., W. Kevin Pape, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Landscape Mitigation Investigations at the Stuart Station Power Generating Plant in Adams County, Ohio (Woolpert Consultants/Dayton Power and Light). Provided a model of project landscape formation and deep-site archaeological potential through a truck-mounted coring and hand-augering program across a series of four alluvial terraces containing several early Archaic-Late Woodland sites that border the Ohio River (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape, Inc., Orloff Miller, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Licking River Basin Flood Control Project, Magoffin County, Kentucky (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers).  Provided alluvial landscape evaluations through examination of 24 backhoe trenches as part of a Phase I investigation (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., W. Kevin Pape, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase II Investigations at site 46RG148, Raleigh County, West Virginia (Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation).  Provided on-site assessments of stratigraphic and pedogenic conditions of an upland Archaic site as part of a pipeline replacement project (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., Orloff Miller, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase II Investigations at the Beacon Ridge Marina Project, Prince George County, Virginia.  Provided stratigraphic assessments of a late Woodland site buried by extensive 19th century landscape modification activities including brick kiln construction, along the Appomattox River (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., Len Winter, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase II Investigations at the NASA Langley Research Center, Poquoson City, Virginia (J.M. Waller Associates).  Provided stratigraphic assessments of an abandoned late 17th-century, shell-paved road (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., Len Winter, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase II Geoarchaeological  and Archaeological Investigations of the North Fork Hughes River Watershed Project, Ritchie County, West Virginia (USDA Soil Conservation Service).  Provided deep-site evaluations by backhoe trenching and cut-bank profiling of three prehistoric sites situated within alluvial landforms along the Hughes River (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc, Orloff Miller, Principal Investigator.  
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Soil compaction study of access road locations at the Gala Compressor Station and prehistoric site 44BO48, Botetourt County, Virginia (Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation).  Provided a field and lab assessment of recent impacts and mitigating efforts undertaken as part of compressor station activities at a late Woodland village site, located along the James River (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., W. Kevin Pape, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase I Geoarchaeological Investigations for the Route 1278 Pipeline Corridor, Northhampton and Monroe Counties, Pennsylvania, (Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation). Involved in alluvial landform assessments of 14 stream crossing locations (including the deep-site testing of one location with backhoe exposures)as part of a pipeline replacement project (with report contribution). For Geoarchaeology Research Associates, and Gray & Pape Inc., Joseph Schuldenrein (GRA), Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Barney Circle Freeway Modification Project, Washington D.C. (Federal Highway Administration/D.C. Dept. of Public Works).  As part of Phase III investigations provided stratigraphic and pedologic interpretations of four stratified Archaic—Late Woodland sites located within alluvial landforms bordering the Anacostia River.  For Geoarchaeology Research Associates, and Parsons Engineering Science, Inc., Joseph Schuldenrein (GRA), Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase I Investigations of the Route 58 Improvement Project, Grayson County, Virginia (Virginia Department of Transportation).  Provided landscape assessments including deep-testing evaluations of a series of alluvial landforms bordering the New River and several tributaries: included was a preliminary assessment of a buried Woodland site (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., Len Winter, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase II Investigations of Site 44WR339, for the Route622 Improvement Project, Warren County, Virginia (Virginia Department of Transportation).  Provided landscape assessments including deep-test and test unit evaluations of a buried multicomponent Late Archaic-Woodland site located along a tributary of the Shenandoah River (with report contribution).  For The College of William & Mary, Dennis B. Blanton, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist;  Phase I investigations at the Crossings Outlet Complex, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. Provided deep-site assessments of a relic alluvial landform bordering Pocono Creek with twelve backhoe trench evaluations as part of a Phase I survey (with report contribution). For  Geoarchaeology Research Associates, and Kittatinny Archaeological Research, Inc., Joseph Schuldenrein (GRA), Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase I Investigations of the Rohoic Creek Wastewater Facility, Dinwiddie County, Virginia (Dinwiddie Water Authority).  Provided landscape assessments including deep-test backhoe evaluations of a series of alluvial landforms bordering the Appomattox River and  Appomattox River Canal, for a wastewater discharge pipeline (with report contribution).  For Gray & Pape Inc., Len Winter, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Culpeper Airport Disturbance Study, Culpeper County, Virginia (County of Culpeper).  Provided a disturbance assessment of a proposed 100 acre project area (within the Brandy Station Civil War battlefield) prior to Phase I archeological investigations, by random coring.  For  Campbell & Paris Engineers.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Empire Pipeline Project, Erie, Niagara, Genesee, Monroe, Wayne, Cayuga and Oswego Counties, New York (ANR Pipeline Co.)  Involved in multistage investigations for a 154 mile-long natural gas pipeline, including: assessments and deep testing of landforms associated with major riparian features to assess potential for buried archeological sites (apprx. 40 deep testing locations); and the syntheses of stratigraphic and geomorphic evaluations of 20+ archaeological sites for Phase II data recovery efforts, and four archaeological sites for Phase III mitigation efforts (with report contributions). Geoarcheology Research Associates, Dr. Joseph Schuldenrein, Co-Principal Investigator, for Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group, Donald J. Weir, Co-Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Biles Island Wetlands Mitigation Project, Bucks County, Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania Department of Transportation). Involved in deep-site testing with backhoe exposures to determine the depositional history and cultural resource potential of a multicomponent (prehistoric/historic) archaeological site located on an island within the Delaware River (with report contribution). Geoarcheology Research Associates, Joseph Schuldenrein, Principal Investigator, for Greiner, Inc.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Uniontown Discharge Pipeline Project, Fayette County, Pennsylvania (Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation). Involved in deep-site testing with backhoe exposures to determine the depositional history and cultural resource potential of alluvial landforms bordering several stream crossings along a proposed pipeline replacement route (with report contribution). Geoarcheology Research Associates, Joseph Schuldenrein, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Allied Chickahominy 230 kV Transmission Line project, Henrico County, Virginia, (Virginia Power).  Involved in stratigraphic and geomorphic assessments of multicomponent site 44HE727 to complement remedial Phase II data recovery efforts (with report contribution). Geoarcheology Research Associates, for Gray & Pape Inc., J. Mark Wittkofski, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Gala Compressor Station Project, Botetourt County, Virginia, (Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.). Provided evaluations of landscape formation history and contextual integrity of prehistoric site 44BO48, bordering the James River, to complement Phase I and II data recovery efforts (with report contribution).  Geoarcheology Research Associates, for Gray & Pape Inc., W. Kevin Pape, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Conemaugh Station Project, Indiana County, Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania Electric Co.). Involved in Geoarchaeological assessments of several river terraces bordering the Conemaugh River by excavation of numerous deep trenches to detail stratigraphy and assess potential for deeply buried cultural materials (with report contribution).  Geoarcheology Research Associates, for EBASCO, Joel I. Klein, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Line 136 Pipeline Replacement Project, Adams County Pennsylvania (Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation).  Involved in Geoarchaeological assessments of several stream crossings by excavation of numerous deep backhoe trenches to detail stratigraphy and assess potential for deeply buried cultural materials (with report contribution).  Geoarcheology Research Associates, for Gray & Pape Inc., W. Kevin Pape, Principal Investigator.
   Consulting Geoarchaeologist; Limited data recovery projects at prehistoric  sites in Albemarle and Nelson Counties, Virginia, (University of Virginia Archeology Field School).  Provided site stratigraphic and geomorphic evaluations of two prehistoric sites occurring along Lickinghole Creek (44AB416), and the James River (44NE4).  Independent research for Dr. Jeffrey L. Hantman, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Solo Pipeline Project, Dinwiddie and Sussex Counties, Virginia (Columbia Gas Pipeline Co.).  Provided site stratigraphic and geomorphic evaluations of three stratified prehistoric sites involved in Phase III data recovery efforts, including sites 44DW138, 44SX234, and 44SX235 (with report contributions).  Geoarcheology Research Associates for Gray & Pape Inc., Sue Ellen Kozarek, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Steuben Pipeline Project, Steuben County, New York (ANR Pipeline Co.). Involved in deep-site testing for cultural materials using numerous backhoe exposures detailing buried alluvial deposits at stream crossings along a proposed pipeline route (with report contribution).  Geoarcheology Research Associates for Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group, Donald J. Weir, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; James River Pipeline Loop, Goochland County, Virginia (Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.).  Involved in stratigraphic and geomorphic evaluations of site 44GO299 to complement Phase II data recovery efforts (with report contribution).  Geoarcheology Research Assoc., for Gray & Pape Inc., W. Kevin Pape, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Northeast Gas Pipeline Corridor, Fulton and Lucas Counties, Ohio (ANR Pipeline Co.). Involved in geoarchaeological assessments of several stream crossings and archeological sites along a proposed pipeline route to detail stratigraphy and assess potential for deeply buried cultural materials (with report contribution). Geoarcheology Research Assoc., for Gray & Pape Inc., W. Kevin Pape, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Dayton Laterals Pipeline Corridor, Montgomery County, Ohio (ANR Pipeline Co.). Involved in geoarchaeological assessments of several stream crossings along a proposed pipeline route to detail stratigraphy and assess potential for deeply buried cultural materials (with report contribution).  Geoarcheology Research Assoc., for Commonwealth Cultural Resource Group, Donald J. Weir, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarcheologist; Piedmont Pipeline Project—Phase II data recovery from three sites in the Piedmont region of Louisa and Greene Counties, Virginia (Columbia Gas Pipeline Company).  Involved in geomorphic and stratigraphic analyses of three prehistoric sites (with report contributions).  Geoarcheology Research Associates for Gray & Pape Inc., W. Kevin Pape, Principal Investigator.
   Consulting Geoarcheologist; Full-scale data recovery project at the Rapid an Mound, 44OR1, along the Rapidan River in Orange County, Virginia (University of Virginia Archeology Field School).  Provided site stratigraphic and geomorphologic evaluations of an eroded burial-mound site.  Independent research for Dr. Jeffrey L. Hantman, Principal Investigator.
   Project Geoarchaeologist; Phase III data recovery effort at the    Mayview Site (36AL134), a Late Woodland occupation situated along  Chartiers Creek in Allegheny  County, Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania Dept. of Transportation).  Involved in geomorphological and pedological analyses of alluvial sediments for purposes of interpreting site formation history and prehistoric utilization (with report contribution).  John Milner Associates, James Robinson, Principal Investigator. Project Geoarchaeologist; Lebanon Pipeline Project, Darke, Preble, Warren and Montgomery Counties, Ohio (ANR Pipeline Co.). Involved in deep-site testing for cultural materials using numerous backhoe exposures detailing buried alluvial deposits along a proposed pipeline route.  Commonwealth Cultural     Resources Group, Donald J. Weir, Principal Investigator.
   Teaching Assistant/Field Supervisor; Buchanan Site (13SR153), a multicomponent (Middle Archaic through Late Woodland), deep (2.0 m+) site situated  along a small tributary of the South Skunk River in Story  Co.,  Iowa. Thesis research includes the recognition and examination of various morphological characteristics of paleosols within an archeological context, conducted under the auspices of ISU and Dr. John Bower (Principal Investigator), and Dr. Jon Sandor (co-major professor).
   Archaeologist; Lower Black's Eddy site (36BU23), a multicomponent site situated adjacent a major argillite outcrop alongside the Delaware River in Bucks Co., Pennsylvania,  (Neshaminy Water Resources Authority).  Involved in lithic artifact studies including morphological and technological analyses of the site's formal bifaces and a comparative debitage analysis of all non-argillite debitage (with report contribution).  Gilbert/ Commonwealth Inc., and John Milner Assoc., (Joseph Schuldenrein, and Robert Kingsley, Principal Investigators).
   Archaeologist; Marvin Colson Site (25FT158), an Upper Republican site located at Medicine Creek Reservoir (Harry Strunk Lake), Nebraska, (U. S. Department of the Interior-Bureau of Reclamation).  Conducted technological and functional analyses and raw-material source identification of the lithic artifact collection, and artifact photography of the entire collection, (with report contribution). Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., Donna C. Roper, Principal Investigator.
   Archaeologist; Erie Pipeline Project, a pipeline corridor survey from western Ohio to west-central Pennsylvania (ANR Pipeline Co).  Conducted morphological, technological and functional analyses and raw-material source identification of the lithic artifacts recovered from a Phase I Archeological Investigation, Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., Donald J. Weir, Project Manager.
   Archaeologist; Amarillo Upgrade Pipeline Project, Lasalle Co. Illinois, (Natural Gas Pipeline Company).  Site survey of the right-of-way corridor for a proposed pipeline upgrade project, Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., Dr. Donna C. Roper, Principal Investigator.
   Field Supervisor; Platte River Campground Rehabilitation Project, Benzie County, Michigan (National Park Service-Midwest Archeological Center, Lincoln ).  Campground site survey and limited testing of site 20BZ16, a multicomponent Woodland site.  Lab tasks included lithic and historic artifact analyses, photography and report synthesis, Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., Donald J. Weir, Project Manager.
   Field Supervisor; Stocking Scenic Drive Improvement Project, Leelanau County, Michigan (National Park Service).  Site survey of road improvement and construction areas, resulting in the investigation of several related 19th century homesteads.  Lab tasks included historic artifact and documents analyses, photography and report synthesis, Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., Donald J. Weir, Project Manager.
   Archaeologist; St. Aubin Park, Detroit, Michigan, (City of Detroit - Department of Parks and Recreation).  Mechanical site testing of 19th century shipbuilding/dry dock complex along the Detroit River.  Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., C. Stephan Demeter, Principal Investigator.
   Asst. Field Director; Lake Red Rock Cultural Resource Management Plan Project, Marion, Polk and Warren Counties, Iowa (U.S. Corps of Engineers - Rock Island District).  Historical and prehistoric site survey within reservoir boundaries and the formulation and implementation of testing programs for five Woodland sites.  Lab tasks centered upon on report synthesis, map preparation and artifact photography, Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., Dr. Donna C. Roper, Principal Investigator.
   Archaeologist; South Manitou Island Improvement Project, Leelanau County, Michigan, (National Park Service—Midwest Archeological Center, Lincoln).  Survey of proposed construction activity areas within South Manitou village, resulting in the investigation of residential remains associated with a 19th century lighthouse.  Lab tasks included historic artifacts and records analyses and report synthesis,  Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., Donald J. Weir, Project Manager.
   Archaeologist; ELF Communication Project, Wisconsin Transmitter Facility, Ashland and Sawyer Counties, Wisconsin, (U. S. Navy).  Historic and prehistoric site survey of proposed ground expansions for an existing antenna system in the Chequamegon National Forest, Wisconsin.  Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., G. Thomas St. Clair, Project Manager.
   Archaeologist; Millender Center Mitigation Project, Detroit, Michigan (Detroit Downtown Development Authority).  Machine testing, hand excavation, mapping, and archival research of an early 19th century residential section.  Lab tasks included map preparation, artifact photography and report synthesis. Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., C. Stephan Demeter, Principal Investigator.
   Archeologist; Phase II Archeological Investigations of the Detroit CATS System, Detroit, Michigan (Soutaheast Michigan Transit Authority).  Subsurface testing of construction locations which impacted 18th and 19th century sites, including a military burial ground, a waterfront site and several residential sites.  Lab tasks included metal artifact analysis, artifact photography, and report synthesis.  Gilbert/Commonwealth Inc., C. Stephan Demeter, Principal Investigator.