Topic ID #40995 - posted 4/27/2019 7:41 AM

Geophysicist with CAD/GIS Experience (PhD Candidate)



agreen

ASHELY GREEN

I am an archaeogeophysicist with a background in machine learning, forensic science, and human osteology.  I am versatile in survey as well as writing project designs, technical reports, and in creating graphics for technical reports, social media, and website to convey each project’s unique data in the best way possible.  I am seeking a geophysicist, geomatics, or illustrator role to expand my archaeology career and thrive in an environment that requires independent problem-solving skills and focus under short deadlines.


CONTACT DETAILS
Email:  agreen@bournemouth.ac.uk
Phone:  00447927593542
Website:  bournemouth.academia.edu/AshelyGreen
Twitter:  @AshGreenArchaeo
**I am currently in the UK completing my PhD so best reached via the email address or mobile number above


EXPERIENCE
June 2016 – Present
Part-time Archaeological Surveyor, BUARC (Bournemouth University Archaeological Research Consultancy)
  • Supervise and conduct geophysical survey projects ranging from <1ha to 60ha across the UK
  • Supervise teams ranging from 2-5 people of varying experience levels, but most often trainee level
  • Manage survey teams in the field and liaise with Project Officer and Project Manager
  • Conduct traditional and cart-based gradiometer surveys using Bartington Grad601, Geoscan FM256, and Bartington cart system
  • Conduct EMI surveys using EM38B and GPS-tracked CMD MiniExplorer
  • Conduct GPR surveys using MALÅ radars
  • Conduct earth resistance surveys using Geoscan instruments (including RM85 and MSP40) and ERT surveys using Tigre resistivity meter
  • Conduct magnetic susceptibility surveys using Bartington MS2 and MS3 field systems
  • Download and verify geophysical data in the field
  • Process and interpret geophysical data and subsequently maintain data backup and storage
  • Author or co-author technical reports with Project Officer and Project Manager 
  • Conduct archaeological surveys and recording using Leica GPS and total station
  • Digitise and present data in AutoCAD and ArcGIS formats for technical reports
  • Contribute to project designs and determine appropriate survey parameters and timescales
  • Conduct archaeological watching briefs
  • Assist on archaeological evaluations, often following geophysical survey of a site
  • Manage mapping and HER data
  • Maintain and repair equipment
  • Manage company social media accounts
  • Carry out risk assessments
  • Produce training guidance and documentation for trainee staff 
  • Provide hands-on training for trainee staff
October 2016 – December 2017
STEM Ambassador, AspireBU
  • Led students aged 10-16 in activities focusing on programming and criminalistics, intended to teach teamwork and social skills as well as academic skills
  • Assisted in creating new teaching content, including infographics and student handouts
  • Inputted and analysed demographic data and student feedback for department reports

February 2016 – June 2016
Independent Stem Content Developer, BioNetwork
  • Assisted in creating new STEM activities and student activity handouts
  • Created bespoke graphics for company presentations and reports
  • Led activities for students aged 12-18
  • Prepared materials and supplies for activity leaders
  • Volunteered with state organisation to provide outreach

October 2015 – December 2015
Assistant Geophysics Supervisor, Archaeological Services WYAS
  • Conducted large- and small-scale geophysical surveys, and processed and plotted data
  • Produced written technical reports, project designs, and risk assessments


EDUCATION
July 2019
PhD in Archaeology, Bournemouth University
  • Project Title:  ‘Detecting graves in GPR data:  The viability of machine learning for the interpretation of Medieval Irish graves in B-scan data’
  • This project aims to improve the visualization and interpretation of ground-penetrating radar data by using elements of CAD technology, machine learning, and interactive guidelines.
September 2015
MSc Forensic Archaeology, Bournemouth University
  • Project Title:  ‘Detecting burials and buried structures:  A comparison of parameters for ground-penetrating radar surveys in forensic and archaeological investigations of clay environments’
May 2014
BS Biological Anthropology with Criminal Justice minor, Appalachian State University, North Carolina, USA


SKILLS
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • GPR Survey
  • ERT Survey
  • Earth Resistance Survey
  • EMI Survey
  • Magnetic Susceptibility Survey
  • Gradiometer Survey
  • Cart-based survey
  • ArcGIS Pro
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Agisoft Pro
  • TerraSurveyor
  • Geoplot v3 and v4
  • Surfer
  • Bartington Grad601
  • Bartington ML Grad/Bartington MultiGrad
  • AutoCAD/AutoCAD Map 3D/Autodesk Maya
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • QGIS
  • ArcMap 
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Academic Writing
  • Managing Personality Types
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Python
  • Presenting Results
  • Risk Assessments
  • Creating guidance documents


COURSES
Cartography, Esri
April 2019 – Present

Going Places with Spatial Analysis, Esri
Feb 2019 – Present

Earth Imagery at Work, Esri
Nov 2018 – Dec 2018


REFERENCES
Dr Denis Shine
Irish Archaeology Field School
denis.shine@iafs.ie
+353 89 4276912
 
Jonathan Monteith 
BUARC
monteithj@bournemouth.ac.uk
01202 965295

Paul Cheetham
Bournemouth University
pcheetham@bournemouth.ac.uk
01202 961409
 
Chris Sykes
Archaeological Services WYAS
christopher.sykes@aswyas.com
0113 535 0187





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