SRScorp Past Projects

Scientific Resource Surveys, Corp.

Field Specialists out in the field

SRScorp PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

*SRS EXCLUSIVE*:
NATIVE ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRAINING PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
LOCAL RESIDENT PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
  • 2013- Historic Cannery Studies [1880s-Present], Survey and Excavation
  • 2012- Haines Historic Cemeteries including Yeindustak.ye
  • 2012- Historic House Documentation, Military Way-Station, Philpott Cabin
  • 2012- Haines Highway Stewardship Program
INDEPENDENT RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS:
  • 2013-2016- Chilkat Historic Preservation Office (CHPO), Chilkat Indian Village [CIV] at Klukwan, Alaska- Federal and State Agency Evaluations
  • 2016- Eligibility Evaluation for Listing Kaatx’waaltu in the National Register of Historic Places, Chilkat Indian Village [CIV], Klukwan, Alaska
  • 2014-2016- Tribal Historic Preservation Office/Officer Program Application-Chilkat Indian Village [CIV] at Klukwan, Alaska, National Park Service
  • 2011 & 2013- Ethnographic Tlingit Placename Map Studies with Tlingit Native Christopher Hotch
  • 2013- “The Town Was Called Xaclanauk’áan”, Deishu Research Project, Independently Funded.
  • 2011- “T’a Noow, King Salmon Fort investigations”- Alaska DNR Forestry
PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS:
  • 2016- “Skeletal Analysis of 6.5 Mile Remains” with Forensic Anthropologist, Kassie Sugimoto
  • 2015- “Guess What Happened While Building a New Mew?”
  • 2015- “Kaatx’waaltu- The Noow.shaka.aayi”
  • 2014- “War at Kaatx’waaltú” with Tlingit Elder Sally Burratin
  • 2013- “Linguistic Geography: 2013 Native Archaeological Training Program at Khaatx’waaltú” with Tlingit Elder Marsha Hotch
  • 2013- “The Philosophy of Archaeological Collecting, Amateur Collections and Museum Collections Research”
  • 2013- “Kaatx’waaltú, the '2nd Village' of Klukwan: At the Crossroads of Archaeology, Ethnology and History”
  • 2013- “Viewing Cultural Landscape through Tlingit Placenames: An Example from Chilkoot Village” with Tlingit Native Christopher Hotch
  • 2011-12- "2011 Native Archaeological Training Program at ‘T’a Noow’, King Salmon Fort, near Klukwan” with Tlingit Elder Marsha Hotch