Topic ID #20837 - posted 6/20/2012 6:26 AM

Seeking GA Fieldwork



jhorne11

Joseph Zachary Horne

8650 Anchor on Lanier Court

Gainesville, Georgia 30506

Cell: 706-974-5690

Email: shot36@hotmail.com

 

 

Education:

 

B.S., Anthropology, Kennesaw State University, spring, 2012

Concentration: Archaeology/CRM

 

A.A., Communications, University of Phoenix, 2009

 

Experience:

 

Internship with U.S. Forest Service, 2011

CRM-Prehistoric artifact analysis of looted site on forest land

Fieldwork and CRM report of site 9PM1133

 

Archaeological fieldwork at Cora Harris farmstead, KSU, 2011

Fieldwork and artifact analysis in lab

 

Archaeological field school at Cora Harris farmstead, KSU, spring, 2012

 

Environmental Corporation of America, Alpharetta, Georgia, 2008

Environmental Project Manager

·         Environmental and archaeological field assessments of proposed telecommunication facilities throughout the southeastern United States. Basic knowledge of assessing surface/subsurface cultural artifacts, wetlands, threatened & endangered species, and environmental hazards such as AST’s, UST’s, and monitoring wells.

·         Managed and produced client FCC NEPA Environmental Checklist reports from start to finish.

·         Prepare and produce Phase 1 Environmental Assessments, Section 106/Form 620 Archaeology Reviews, and Fish and Wildlife letters for proposed telecommunication facilities from start to finish.

 

Publications:

For U.S. Forest Service:

 

Horne, Joseph

     2011           An Analysis of Material Excavated from the Murder Creek Site, 9PM1133, Oconee District, Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests, Georgia. Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests Supervisor’s Office, Gainesville, Georgia.

 

Skills and Qualifications:

 

Computer Skills

Windows, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Outlook, Arc View, Expert GPS, Auto Cad Light. Use of USDA Soil data Web-sites, FEMA Flood maps, Wetland Maps, Topographic Maps, Environmental data sites, and Earth Imaging sites.

 

 

Field Knowledge

Understanding of archaeological fieldwork, lab work, and report writing. Phase I Environmental Assessments such as wetland assessment, endangered species, UST’s, AST’s, and monitoring wells.

 

 

 






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