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Samantha Marie Krause, Ph.D.

The University of Texas at Austin Cell: (540) 847-0016


305 E. 23rd Street, A3100 Email:sam.m.krause@gmail.com
RLP 3.306 Austin, TX 78712 Website: https://samantha-
krause.weebly.com/

EDUCATION

Ph.D. The University of Texas, Austin, Texas. Geography and the Environment
Dissertation: Wetland Agroecosystems in the Maya Lowlands of Belize: LiDAR and Multi-Proxy
Environmental Change.

M.S. The Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. Geography: Geographic Information
Science.

B.S. The University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Geology and Anthropology
double major.

CURRENT APPOINTMENTS

Lecturer. Texas State University.


Courses currently teaching (Fall 2019):
Meteorology
Environmental Management
Field Methods in Geography

Research Fellow, The University of Texas at Austin.

PUBLICATIONS (* indicates student mentee)

Published Peer-Reviewed Articles

Krause, S., T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, T. Guderjan , F. Valdez, S. Eshleman, C. Doyle, S. Bozarth.


(2019). Ancient Maya Wetland Management in Two Watersheds in Belize: Soils, Water, and
Paleoenvironmental Change. Quaternary International.

Krause, S., T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, D. Cook., C. Doyle, S. Eshleman., T. Guderjan. (2019).


Wetland geomorphology and paleoecology near Akab Muclil, Rio Bravo floodplain of the Belize
coastal plain. Geomorphology.

Beach, T., D. Cook, S. Luzzadder-Beach, S. Krause, C. Doyle, S. Eshleman, G. Wells, N. Dunning, G.


Hammond, N. Brokaw, & R. Terry. (2018). Stability and Instability on Tropical Forest,
Fluviokarst Hillslopes over the Late Holocene in the Maya Lowlands. Geomorphology.

Beach, T., A. Ulmer, D. Cook, M. Brennan, S. Luzzadder-Beach, C. Doyle, S. Eshleman, S. Krause, M.


Cortes-Rincon, & R.Terry. (2018).Geoarchaeology and tropical forest soil catenas of
northwestern Belize. Quaternary International.

Luzzadder-Beach, S., T. Beach, T. Garrison, S. Houston, J. Doyle, E. Román, S. Bozarth, R. Terry, S.

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Krause, and J. Flood. (2017), Paleoecology and Geoarchaeology at El Palmar and the El Zotz
Region, Guatemala. Geoarchaeology.

Luzzadder-Beach, S., T. Beach, S. Hutson, and S. Krause (2016). Sky-earth, lake-sea: climate and water
in Maya history and landscape. Antiquity, Vol. 90, 426-442.Cambride University Press. Number 2
journal in Archaeology

Beach, T., S. Luzzadder-Beach, S. Krause, S. Walling, N. Dunning, J. Flood, T. Guderjan & F. Valdez.
(2015). 'Mayacene' floodplain and wetland formation in the Rio Bravo Watershed of northwestern
Belize. The Holocene 25: 1612-1626.

Beach, T., S. Luzzadder-Beach, T. Guderjan, & S. Krause. (2015). The floating gardens of Chan Cahal:
Soils, water, and human interactions. Catena. 132, 151-164.

Beach, T., S. Luzzadder-Beach, D. Cook, N. Dunning, D. Kennett, S. Krause, R. Terry, D. Trein & F.
Valdez. (2015). Ancient Maya impacts on the Earth's surface: An Early Anthropocene analog?
Quaternary Science Reviews 124: 1-30.

Guderjan, T. & S. Krause. (2011). Identifying the Extent of Ancient Maya Ditched Field Systems in the
Rio Hondo Valley of Belize and Mexico: A Pilot Study and Some of its Implications. Research
Reports in Belizean Archaeology 8:127-136.

In Prep

Krause, S., T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, K. Bui*, C. Doyle, T. Guderjan , F. Valdez. Paleoecology and
Maya Agroecosystems on the Rio Bravo Floodplain, Northwestern Belize. (to be submitted to
Nature Plants 2019).

Krause, S., Quiroz, C., Sanchez, L., T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach. Geoarchaeological investigations of
a Maya Postclassic Site on the Rio Bravo Floodplain. . (to be submitted to Journal of Archaeological
Science, 2020).

Book Chapters

Guderjan, T., S. Krause, S Luzzadder-Beach, T. Beach & C. Brown. (2016) Visualizing Maya
Agriculture Along the Rio Hondo: a Remote Sensing Approach, in Perspectives on the Ancient
Maya of Chetumal Bay, edited by Debra Walker. University of Florida Presses.

Guderjan, T., S. Luzzadder-Beach, T. Beach, S. Bozarth, & S. Krause (2016) Chapter 2: Production of
Wetland Agricultural Commodities in the Maya Lowlands. The Value of Things, Edited by
Jennifer P. Mathews and Thomas H. Guderjan, University of Arizona Press.

Selected Edited Volumes/Technical Reports

Krause, S., M. Wendel, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach (2017). Geoarchaeological Excavations at Maya


Research Program in the 2016 Field Season. The 24th Annual Report of the Blue Creek
Archaeological Project. Edited by Thomas H. Guderjan and C. Colleen Hanratty. Submitted to
the Institute of Archaeology, National Institute of Culture and History, Belmopan, Belize.

Krause, S., Guderjan T., Beach. T., Luzzadder-Beach, S. (2016). Sixty Years of Remote Sensing in the

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Maya Lowlands: A Review of Techniques and Tools. In Aebersold, L., S. Krause & F. Valdez
(eds). Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes: Transitions and Thresholds throughout
Central America and Beyond. Center for Archaeological and Tropical Studies Occasional
Papers, University of Texas, Austin.

Krause S. & Aebersold, L. (2016). 2015 Geoarchaeological Excavations at Maya Research Program. The
23rd Annual Report of the Blue Creek Archaeological Project. Edited by Thomas H.
Guderjan and C. Colleen Hanratty. Submitted to the Institute of Archaeology, National
Institute of Culture and History, Belmopan, Belize.

Greenwald, D., Poiteveint, L., Davis, J., Krause, S., Schoonover., T. (2014). Data Recovery of 8 Sites for
Construction of a New Parallel Offset Alignment of US 54 between MP 130.0 and 146.0. Lincoln
County, New Mexico. Report Prepared for the New Mexico Department of Transportation

Greenwald, D., Poiteveint, L., Davis, J., Krause, S., Schoonover., T., Bletzer, M. (2014). 2014
Archaeological Surveys for the Apache Sitgreaves National Forest, Lakeside
and Black Mesa Ranger Districts, Arizona. Report Prepared for the US Forest Service.

Greenwald, D., Krause, S. (2013). Cultural Resources Survey for the Sargent Canyon Grazing Allotment,
Guadalupe Ranger District, Lincoln National Forest New Mexico. Report Prepared for the US
Forest Service.

Greenwald, D., Davis, J., Krause, S. (2012). Cultural Resources Survey for Right-Of-Way Fence
Replacement and Vegetation Removal Along US 380 Between MP 85.1 and 89.8, Captian,
Lincoln County, New Mexico. Report Prepared for the New Mexico Department of
Transportation.

Greenwald, D., Davis, J., Krause, S. (2012). US 60 Bridge Replacement-Socorro. Captian, Socorro
County, New Mexico. Report Prepared for the New Mexico Department of Transportation.

Krause, S. & J. Telepak. (2012). Preliminary Survey Efforts at Cochal. The 22nd annual report of the
Blue Creek Archaeological Project. Edited by Thomas H. Guderjan and C. Colleen Hanratty.
Submitted to the Institute of Archaeology National Institute of Culture and History, Belmopan,
Belize.

Krause, S. (2010). Birds of Paradise Wetland Survey Final Report: The 19th annual report of the Maya
Research Program’s Blue Creek Archaeological Project. Edited by Thomas H. Guderjan and C.
Colleen Hanratty. Submitted to the Institute of Archaeology National Institute of Culture and
History, Belmopan, Belize.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Instructor of Record

2018 Lecturer. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin TX.


Courses Taught:
Introduction to Physical Geography
Introduction to Environmental Science
Water and Watersheds
Process Geomorphology
Climate Change

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2012-2014 Instructor. New Mexico State University Alamogordo Branch, Alamogordo, NM.
Courses Taught:
Geology 111G: lectures and labs.
Geology 212 : History of the Earth: lectures and labs.

Graduate Teaching Assistant: The University of Texas at Austin, TX.

2018 Geography 301K, Weather and Climate. Supervisor: Dr. Troy Kimmel.

2017 Geography 339, Process Geomorphology. Taught labs (primary) and lectures
(supplementary) Supervisor: Dr. Edgardo Latrubesse.

ADVISING AND MENTORSHIP

2016-2018 UT Austin Intellectual Entrepreneurship Mentor:


Mentor for undergraduate students in the IE Pre-graduate School Internship program
Bailey Anderson (Summer 2016, Fall 2016)
Daniela Florez (Spring 2017)
Katherine Bui (Fall 2017, Spring 2018)

PROFESSIONAL AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Present Soil Geomorphologist. Belize River East Archaeological Project, Crooked Tree,
Belize.
-Researcher and staff member for the project.
-Conducts survey focusing on soils, hydrology, and geomorphology.

2018- present Soil Geomorphologist. The Makounta Voules Archaeological Project, Paphos, Cyprus.
-Researcher and staff member for the project.
-Conducts survey focusing on soils, hydrology, and geomorphology.
-Trains undergraduates in field methods.

2016-present Research Associate. Programme for Belize Archaeological Project, Orange Walk,
Belize.
-Leads crews of interdisciplinary scientists on field projects focusing on soils, hydrology,
ecology, and archaeology.
-Writes technical reports and conducts lab work on soil samples for the project.
-Trains undergraduates in field methods.

2009-present GIS Analyst, Staff Member, Crew Chief. The Maya Research Project, Blue Creek,
Belize.
-Managed GIS data for the research program.
-Organized ongoing pedestrian and aerial wetland surveys, aids in core sample extraction
and laboratory efforts.
-Trained undergraduates in field methods.
-Assisted in grant writing for GIS and remote sensing equipment and technology
purchases.

2014-2018 Soils and Geoarchaeology Laboratory Manager. The University of Texas, Austin, Texas.
-Principal graduate student researcher in the Soils and Geoarchaeology laboratory,

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Department of Geography and the Environment.
-Oversaw undergraduate work and led graduate student projects.
-Catalogued/managed soil collections, chemical and equipment acquisitions.
-Operated equipment in Soils and Geoarchaeology laboratory and in collaborating labs on
campus (Stable Isotope Lab, Environmental Archaeology Lab, Quadrupole ICP-MS Lab).

2009-2014 GIS Analyst/Archaeologist. DMG Four Corners Research, Inc. Tularosa, New Mexico.
-Worked on over 80 survey and data recovery projects in New Mexico, Texas, and
Arizona as a Crew Chief, Crew Member, and as a GIS Specialist.
-Managed the GIS database for all company offices.
-Programed and maintained mapping equipment (Trimbles, Garmins)
-Preformed in-field lithic and ceramic analysis, and map drafting.
-Wrote and edited CRM reports, proposals and permit applications.
-Routinely hiked 16+miles daily and camped remotely for most projects.

2008 Crew Chief and staff member. The Pamabamarca Archaeological Project. Cangahua,
Ecuador.
-Aided in training undergraduates in archaeological field methods and mapping
techniques, maintained social media for volunteers.

2004-2007 Cashier. Giant Foods. Spotsylvania, Virginia

GRANTS AND AWARDS

2019 Planet Texas 2050 Past Urban Societies (fieldwork and laboratory analysis)

INQUA Congress Fellowship Program Travel Award

2018-2016 UT Austin Environmental Science Institute Scientist in Residence Fellow

2018 UT Austin McIlhany Endowed Presidential Fellowship

UT Austin College of Liberal Arts Spring Dissertation Writing Fellowship

2017 Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers (CLAG) PhD Field Study Award

AAG Paleoenvironmental Change (PEC) Specialty Group Student Research Competition:

UT Austin College of Liberal Arts Summer Dissertation Writing Fellowship

2016 Robert E. Veselka Endowed Fellowship for Graduate Research Travel:

2013 Geoeye/Digital Globe Imagery Grant for the Rio Hondo, Northwestern Belize

OUTREACH AND SERVICE

Current Co-editor of the Newsletter of the Geoarchaeology Interest Group, Society for
American Archaeology and the Newsletter of the Geological Archaeology Division,
Geologic Society of America (with R. Cajigas).

Peer Reviewer for the journal Holocene.

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Peer Reviewer for the journal Geomorphology.

2018-2019 UT Austin Geography and the Environment Departmental Service:


Pollen and microcharcoal semester long workshop for graduate students (co-run with Dr.
R. Dull)

Departmental Colloquium Committee (co-run with Dr. J. Miller)

Committee member/ proposal writing for interdepartmental cluster hiring initiatives

Proposal/grant writing for developing undergraduate courses (with Dr. C. Ramos)

2016-2018 Volunteer at the Environmental Science Institute (UT Austin) Hot Science Cool
Talks Science Fairs

Intellectual Entrepreneurship Mentor, UT Austin.

Scientist in Residence Mentor (12th Grade Earth and Space Science), Austin, TX,
engaged in the following through the SciRes Program:
-Conducted bimonthly classroom lectures and labs (16 visits per year) to Akins
High School, South Austin TX.
-Provided virtual UT laboratory tours for students.
-Assisted with student led science projects and showcases.
-Served as Akins High School science fair judge.

2015-2016 GAGE (Graduate Association of Geography and the Environment) representative to the
Graduate Student Assembly at UT Austin (elected).

Secretary of the Student Chapter of ASPRS at UT Austin (elected).

2015 Volunteer at the annual University of Texas Archaeology Playdate, Austin, TX.

Volunteer/Presenter at Barton Springs University in a lecture session entitled


“Introduction to Geographic Information Systems” with Dr. J.Miller, Austin, TX.

Volunteer/Presenter at Girlstart - “Dig It! Adventures in Archaeology” Empowering Girls


in Math, Science and Technology, Austin TX.

2014-2017 Member of GAGE (Graduate Association of Geography and the Environment, UT


Austin).

Member of the Student Chapter of ASPRS at UT Austin(American Society for


Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing).

2013-2015 Researcher, Public Outreach Admin. The Jornada Research Institute (not for profit
organization), Tularosa, NM.
-Managed all social media outreach for volunteers and sponsors.
-Served as crew chief for teams of volunteers and sponsors during public
excavations.
-Taught mapping, excavation, and artifact analysis during public excavations.

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SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS

Panels and Sessions Organized and/or Chaired

2019 Wetlands and Watersheds in the Anthropocene: a Geomorphological and


Geoecological Approach Organized Session (co-chairs C. Doyle, T. Beach) Annual
Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Washington DC.

Ancient Maya Landscapes in Northwestern Belize Parts 1-2. Organized Session (co-
chairs T. Guderjan, F. Valdez, A. Locker), Society for American Archaeology,
Albuquerque, NM.

2018 LiDAR Studies of Tropical Forest Physical Geography and Cultural Ecology Parts
1-3. Organized Session (co-chairs T. Beach, N. Dunning, J. Brewer), Annual Meeting of
the American Association of Geographers, New Orleans, LA.

2017 The Pedagogy of Karl W. Butzer from Bonn, to Madison, Chicago, Zurich,
and Austin. Organized Panel (Co-chair M.A. Sounny-Slitine), Annual Meeting of
the American Association of Geographers, Boston, MA.

2016 “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes”: Transitions and Thresholds


throughout Central America and Beyond Organized Session (Co-chair L.
Aebersold), Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, Orlando,
FL.

Conference Presentations

2019 Earth, Wetlands, and Fire: Late Holocene fire reconstructions from lowland swamps in
Northwestern Belize. S Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, L. Aebersold., C. Doyle,
S. Eshleman. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Association of
Geographers, Washington, DC.

Discussant for the session “Archaeological Recording of Ancient Maya Water


Management Features” at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archaeology,
Albuquerque, NM

2018 The genesis and geochemistry of ancient agricultural soils within a forested wetland in
northwestern Belize. S. Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, L. Morales-Sanchez, T.
Guderjan. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Geologic Society of America,
Indianapolis, IN.

Canals, Sacbeob and defining space in ditched agricultural fields in the Three Rivers
Region, Northwestern Belize. S. Krause, T. Guderjan, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach.
Presentation at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archaeology,
Washington, DC.

Reign the Swamp! Mapping Maya Agricultural Systems in Northwestern Belize.


Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New
Orleans, LA.

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2017 Paleoecology and human use of wetlands in the Three Rivers Region, Northwestern
Belize. S. Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, C. Doyle, T. Guderjan, L Sanchez-
Morales. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America,
Seattle WA.

Paleoecology, genesis, and human manipulation of wetlands in Northwestern Belize. S.


Krause, T.Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, F. Valdez, C. Doyle, S. Eshleman, L. Donn Poster
at the Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, San Marcos, TX.

New Frontiers in Wetland Archaeology: Mapping Maya Agricultural Systems with Lidar.
S Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, T. Guderjan, C. Doyle. Presentation at the
Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada.

The Importance of Maya Wetlands for Human Ecology and Environmental History:
Multi-Scaler Case Studies from Northwestern Belize. S Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-
Beach, T. Guderjan, C. Doyle. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American
Association of Geographers, Boston, MA.

2016 Anthropogenic and natural formation patterns of soil sequences in tropical karst sinks
and slopes, Northwestern Belize and Campeche, MX. S. Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-
Beach, L. Aebersold. Pedogenesis Workshop in Mexico, a joint activity of INQUA Focus
Group QUASAP and IUSS Commission on Palaeopedology, Mexico City.

Geochemical Analysis of Ancient Wetland Soils near the Maya Site of Akab Muklil,
Belize. S Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, D. Cook, C. Doyle, S. Eshleman, G
Islebe, T. Guderjan, Presentation at annual meeting of the American Association of
Geographers, San Francisco CA.

Understanding Environmental Thresholds through Geoarchaeology: Case Studies from


the Maya Lowlands Special Session at the annual meeting of the Society of American
Archaeology annual meeting, Orlando, FL.

2015 Holocene Sedimentation on Alluvial Fans and Wetland Fields at Nuendorf, Belize. S.
Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, T. Guderjan. Poster at the Geological Society of
America annual meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Classifying Natural and Anthropogenic Wetland Features in Northwestern Belize. S.


Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, T. Guderjan Presentation at the Annual Meeting
of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL.

Maya Wetlands: Natural and Anthropogenic. S. Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach,


T. Guderjan Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology,
San Francisco, CA.

2014 Visualizing Maya Agriculture Along the Rio Hondo: A Remote Sensing Approach. S.
Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, T. Guderjan Presentation at the Annual Meeting
of the Society of American Archaeology, Memphis TN.

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2012 From Jungles to Deserts-The role of remote sensing and aerial photography in mapping
agricultural features. S. Krause, D. Greenwald. Presentation at the Tularosa Basin
Conference, Alamogordo, NM.

2011 Identifying the extent of ancient Maya ditched field systems in the Rio Hondo valley of
Belize and Mexico. S. Krause, T. Beach, S. Luzzadder-Beach, T. Guderjan Presentation
at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology Sacramento, CA.

2010 Rapid Alluvation on the Alamogordo and Marble Canyon Alluvial Fans During the Late
Holocene. S. Krause, D. Greenwald. Presentation at the Tularosa Basin Conference,
Tularosa, NM.

Invited Academic/Departmental Lectures

2019 Professionalism and career development lecture given to the Graduate Association of
Geography and the Environment at UT Austin.

2018 Geoarchaeology around the world. Lecture given to the Makounta Voules
Archaeological Project undergraduate students.

Geoarchaeology: Methods and Materials. Lecture given to ANT 304, Introduction to


Archaeological Studies: Prehistory (Professor: F. Valdez).

Climate of the Maya Lowlands. Lecture and Lab (co-presented with N. Sekhon) given to
GRG 333 Climate Change (Professor: T. Beach).

2017 “The Dirt on Dirt” What It Can Tell You and Why It Matters. (Co-presented with C.
Frederick) Soils Workshop Presentation for the Texas Archaeological Research
Laboratory (UT Austin J.J. Pickle Research Campus.

2013 Archaeology and GIS. Presentation for the Maya Research Program’s Field School
Twilight Lecture Series.

TRAININGS AND CERTIFICATIONS

2017 Remote Sensing in the Subtropical Maya Region: Recent Explorations through LiDAR
and Other Innovative Tools for Discovering Maya Sites, an activity of the 2017 Maya
Meetings at UT Austin.

2016 Pedogenesis Workshop in Mexico City, a joint activity of INQUA Focus Group
QUASAP and IUSS Commission on Palaeopedology, UNAM, Mexico.

Intensive short course in Archaeological Soil Micromorphology.7-12 November 2016.


Course conducted by Dr. R Macphail, Institute of Archaeology, University College
London, UK.

NCALM Lidar Data Management Training. 2 day course at National Center for Airborne
Laser Mapping, University of Houston, TX.

Department of Statistics and Data Sciences Short Courses at UT Austin: Introduction to


Python/Introduction to R

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2013 Intergraph Education Course: Introduction to ERDAS IMAGINE

2012 New Mexico Cultural Resources Information System (NMCRIS) Training Workshop.
BLM Las Cruces Field Office, NM.

2009 UXO (Unexploded Ordinance) Training – White Sands National Monument, NM.

2006 The UMW Stratford Hall Plantation Field School. Stratford Hall Plantation, VA.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Association of American Geographers


Paleoenvironmental Change Specialty Group
Geomorphology Specialty Group
Society for American Archaeology
Geoarchaeology Interest Group
Geological Society of America
Archaeological Geology Division
American Quaternary Association
Soil Science Society of America
Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society

SKILLS

Field: Survey and GPS use (Garmin, Trimble, Ashtech)


Technical mapping (compass, total station)
Archaeological survey and excavation (Phase I, II, III)
Soil pit excavation, field descriptions and sampling, Catena surveys
Wetland/Lake coring (Livingston, Vibracorer)

Laboratory: Core splitting/sampling


Micromorphology analysis
Microcharcoal and diatom preparation and extraction
Grain Size/Texture analysis (Hydrometers, Fritsch ANALYSETTE),
XRF/XRD (Bruker PXRF, Olympus Xpowder Benchtop)
Mehlich II & III
Q-ICP-MS sample preparation (open vessel digestion, microwave digestion)
Carbon isotope sample preparation (acidification, humin extraction)
EA-IRMS and Q-ICP-MS calibration, sample dilution, data reduction

Software: ArcGIS Pro


ArcGIS and ArcCatalog(all versions of 9 and 10)
Arcpad and Pathfinder, Garmin Mapsource
ERDAS Imagine
Corel Draw/Corel Photopaint
Open Source spatial and remote sensing software: QGIS, MapWindow, Google Earth
Engine
Adobe Creative Suite
R Statistical Software

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Languages: English (first language)
Spanish (conversational, reading)
Latin (reading)

LIST OF COURSES PREPARED TO TEACH

Physical Geology and Historical Geology


Physical Geography
Environmental Science/ Environmental Geology
Process Geomorphology
Soil Science/ Soil Geomorphology
Introductory/Advanced Hydrology
Fluvial Geomorphology
Water Resource Management
Introductory Spatial Science/GIS
Laboratory Methods for Soil Science and Geography
Field Methods for Soil Science and Geography

RELEVANT COURSEWORK

UT Austin GRG396T Wetlands and Floodplains (Professor: T. Beach)


GRG382K Geoarchaeology and Environmental History (Professor: K. Butzer)
GEO391 Paleoclimatology (Professor: T. Shanahan)
GRG396T Soil Geomorphology (Professor: T. Beach)
GEO391 Fundamentals/Applications of ICP-MS (Professor: N. Miller)
GEO391 Geochemical Problem Solving with Ions and Atoms (Professor: S. Lowey/N.
Miller)
GRG 396T Forest Hydrology (Professor: C. Ramos)
GEO391 Isotope Geochemistry (Professor: J. Barnes)
GRG396T Geoarchaeology of Mesoamerica (Professor: T. Beach)
GRG396T Hydrology and Society (Professor: S. Luzzadder-Beach)
GEO191 Science Communication (Professor: J. Banner)
GRG398T Supervised Teaching in Geography (Professor: R. Heyman)

FSU GEO5165 Quantitative Geography


GIS5101 Geographic Information Systems
GIS5106 Advanced GI Science
GIS5034 Advanced Remote Sensing
GIS5305 Environmental GIS
GIS5111 Spatial Modeling

UMW GEOL201 Paleontology


GEOL301 Minerology
GEOL302 Petrology
GEOL311 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy
GEOL412 Structural Geology
GEOL421 Fluvial Geomorphology
GEOL421P Topics in Paleoclimatology

REFERENCES
Available upon request

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