Cromwell

Cromwell in a hard hat

Academic Interests: Zooarchaeology, Paleoecology, Archaeometry, Paleolimnology


Status:  PhD Student, Researcher Human Paleoecology & Archeometry Lab

BA Thesis Title: Archaeology and Paleoecology of Late Pleistocene Lake Abert, Oregon

Previous Degrees: B.A. (2015), Anthropology & History, Portland State University

Contact Information: cromwell@nevada.unr.edu

Office Hours fall 2018: Wednesdays 9-12PM or by appointment in Cain Hall 204

Biography: I am a Second-Year PhD. student in Archaeology with interests in Zooarchaeology, Archeometry and Paleoecology. My research is conducted in the Human Paleoecology & Archeometry Laboratory. I am interested in examining the archaeological and paleoenvironmental conditions of Lake Abert, Oregon. I have worked in Great Basin Archaeology since 2014 for the Museum of Natural and Cultural History in Eugene Oregon; as well for private Cultural Resource Management Companies.

Cromwell is a part of the Human Paleoecology and Archaeometry Laboratory at UNR.


Publications, Presentations, or Projects:
Paleoenviromental Analysis of Coprolites from the Paisley Caves, Presentation, Society for American Archaeology, 2018

The Use of Leoprid Remains to Reconstruct Past Environments in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, Society of California Archaeology Annual Meeting, 2018

Faunal Remains recovered from Coprolites, Paisley Caves, Presentation, North West Anthropological Conference 2017

How the Fish Remains Contribute to Our Understanding of Paisley 5 Mile Point Cave, Poster Presentation, Great Basin Anthropological Conference, 2016

The Relationship Between the Fish and the People of Paisley Caves (35LK3400) and the Environment They Lived In, Presentation, PSU Student Research Symposium, 2015

The Fish (Pisces) Remains of Paisley 5 Mile Point Caves, Presentation, North West Anthropological Conference, 2015

A First Look at Fish (Pisces) Remains from the Paisley 5 Mile Point Caves, Poster Presentation, Great Basin Anthropological Conference, 2014