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Matthew Harris is a heritage advisor based in the Brisbane office with experience including archaeological excavation, archival recording, spatial mapping, site planning and the preparation of heritage assessments and post-excavation reports for historic and Aboriginal cultural heritage projects. He has also been involved in multidisciplinary archaeological projects in Australia, the Marshall Islands, and East Africa. Matthew specialises in analysis of mollusc remains from archaeological sites, and has recently submitted his PhD at the University of Queensland. He is also completing a Graduate Diploma in Geographic Information Science at The University of Queensland. Other specialist skills include mapping and spatial analysis using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) digital survey using total stations, and archaeological illustration.
Doctor of Philosophy (Archaeology), University of Queensland (in progress)
Graduate Diploma in Geographic Information Science, University of Queensland (in progress)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Archaeology, University of Queensland
ESRI ArcGIS II: Essential Workflows, Professional training provided by ESRI, Brisbane
ESRI ArcGIS I: Introduction to GIS (10.1), Brisbane
Operate Vehicles in the Field Course (PMASUP236B), Four Wheel Drive training, Transqual Pty Ltd
- Site survey, excavation and analysis
- Project Management
- Identification and analysis of molluscs
- GIS analysis and cartography