Emma Beckett is an experienced archaeologist and heritage advisor with extensive experience in heritage consulting work. Emma has a strong background in research and has been involved in a wide range of projects and roles including fieldwork, reporting and project management. Emma has particular expertise in running projects in remote and difficult conditions in Western Australia and has an excellent track record for delivering reports that satisfy legislative requirements and provide clear risk management advice.
Emma is experienced in utilising technologies such as GIS and photogrammetry in order to deliver a more accurate, informative and accessible product. Emma has also been involved in a number of research projects and is currently involved in research on Murujuga (the Burrup) and the Dampier Archipelago as part of an Australian Research Council Linkage project.
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Archaeology, Australian National University
Grad. Cert. GIS, Curtin University
PhD Candidate Archaeology, University Western Australia
- Site survey and assessment
- Excavation of Aboriginal and historic archaeological sites
- Aboriginal heritage management
- Aboriginal stakeholder consultation
- GIS mapping and spatial analysis