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I’m particularly interested in remote sensing and the integration of results into geographic information systems for further analysis and dissemination to the public.
I am an EAMENA volunteer with a background in landscape management and sustainability issues, touching on both the environmental and archaeological fields. I’m particularly interested in remote sensing and the integration of results into geographic information systems for further analysis and dissemination to the public. An undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies, combined with an MSc degree in Environment & Development introduced me to landscape issues. A GIS post-baccalaureate certificate and an MSc degree in Archaeological Information Systems honed my interest in the digital aspects of landscape research. Finally, overseas residency in Mayotte, Burundi, Kenya, Uganda, France, Jamaica, Zaire and the UK, with additional intermittent residency in Egypt, has provided me with extensive cross-cultural experience and some unique fieldwork opportunities.
As a direct result of my positive experience volunteering with the EAMENA project, I have applied for and been accepted as a PhD candidate within the Archaeology Department at Durham University.