Dallin Webb

Webb

Academic Interests: Prehistoric archaeology, paleoecology, and cultural resource management.

Status: M.A. student

Previous Degree: B.A. in Physical Anthropology with a minor in Biology, Utah State University, 2013, magna cum laude.

Contact info: dallin.webb@nevada.unr.edu

Biography: Dallin is a second-year M.A. student studying prehistoric archaeology. Since receiving his bachelor's degree he has been working in cultural resource management throughout California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming.  He has experience in surveying, excavation, data recovery, artifact curation, and technical report writing.

Presentations:

2013 Webb, Dallin, and Martin Welker. Experimental Archaeology and the Costs of Fremont Irrigation. Poster presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, La Crosse, Wisconsin.                 

2012 Webb, Dallin, Chimalis Kuehn, and Martin Welker. Experimental Archaeology and the Costs of Fremont Irrigation. Poster presented at the Great Basin Anthropological Conference, Stateline, Nevada.