Geographic information systems, web mapping, web development, photogrammetry, the application of information technologies to archaeology.
M.A., Anthropology, University of Arkansas
B.S., Computer Science, Concordia University
Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (1991- Present)
Research Assistant (1993- Present)
During the last 15 years, Anne has moved from an emphasis on the GRASS GIS package and Informix databases, to applications of photogrammetry to the field of archaeology, to the role of team lead in 2 projects involving the creation of web-based query interfaces for the National Park Service, to Java programming and the development of 2 complex web-based data entry systems. Her current work involves the development of a web mapping interface.
Graduate Assistant (1991-1993)
The assistantship was funded through a project sponsored by the Corps of Engineers' Construction Engineering Research Laboratories: the Central and Northern Great Plains Overview. A highlight of this project was the gathering and compilation of county-based counts of archaeological sites for the continental United States. The SHPO Archaeological Site Counts and the SHPO Archaological Site Densities maps are products of this work.
Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM) (1987-1990)
Responsible for user support and training, and system operations on the Center's microVAXStations and Texas Instrument Explorer II workstations.