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Eileen Ernenwein

 
 

Eileen G. Ernenwein
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Ph.D., University of Arkansas, Environmental Dynamics, 2008
M.A., University of Denver, Geography, 2002
B.A., University of Denver, Anthropology & Geography, 2000

Phone: (423) 439-7655

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Dr. Ernenwein's research focuses on archaeological geophysics and GIS for locating buried archaeological features and understanding human spatial behavior. She has extensive experience with ground-penetrating radar, electromagnetic induction, magnetometry, and resistivity. She has conducted geophysical surveys and archaeological investigations in Jordan, Portugal, and Bolivia, China, Botswana, and in North America’s Great Plains, Rocky Mountains, Northwest, Sacramento Valley, Southwest, Mid-South, and Southeast.


CURRENT AND RECENT RESEARCH PROJECTS 

Streamlined Archaeo-Geophysical Data Processing and Integration

Geophysics at Tiwanaku

Multi-Sensor Data Fusion for Historic Resource Identification

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (pdf files available upon request) 

  

Schmidt, A., and E. G. Ernenwein
 
2011   ADS Guide to Good Practice: Geophysical Data in Archaeology - 2nd fully revised editionhttp://guides.archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/g2gp/Geophysics_Toc

Ernenwein, E. G.
 
2009   Integration of multidimensional archaeogeophysical data using supervised and unsupervised classification. Near Surface Geophysics 7(3):147-158, DOI: 10.3997/1873-0604.2009004 .

Wachsmann, S., R. K. Dunn, J. R. hale, R. L. Hohlfelder, L. B. Conyers, E. G. Ernenwein, P. Sheets, M. L. P. Blot, F. Castro and D. Davis
2009   The Paleao-Environmental Contexts of Three Possible Phoenician Anchorages in Portugal. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 38(2): 221-253, DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-9270.2009.00224.x.

Ernenwein, E. G. and M. L. Hargrave
2009   Archaeological Geophysics for DoD Field Use: a Guide for New and Novice Users. a Guidance Document submitted to the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP), U.S. Department of Defense.

Ernenwein, E. G.
2008   A Geophysical View of Pueblo Escondido: Implications for the Pithouse to Pueblo Transition in the Jornada Mogollon. Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society 79: 125-145.

Ernenwein, E. G. and K. L. Kvamme
2008   Data Processing Issues in Large-Area GPR Surveys: Correcting Trace Misalignments, Edge Discontinuities, and Striping. Archaeological Prospection 15(2):133-149, DOI: 10.1002/arp.331.

 Conyers, L. B., E. G. Ernenwein, M. Grealy and K. M. Lowe
2008   Electromagnetic Conductivity Mapping for Site Prediction in Meandering River Floodplains.
Archaeological Prospection 15(2):81-91 DOI: 10.1002/arp.326.

 Ernenwein, E. G. and M. L. Koons
2007   Subsurface Imaging in Tiwanaku’s Monumental Core. Paper presented at the Technology and Archaeology Workshop, Dumbarton Oaks.

 Ernenwein, E. G.
2006   Imaging in the Ground-Penetrating Radar near-Field Zone: A Case Study from New Mexico, USA. Archaeological Prospection 13(2):154-156, DOI: 10.1002/arp.286.

 Kvamme, K. L., E. G. Ernenwein, M. L. Hargrave, T. Sever, D. Harmon, F. Limp, B. Howell, M. Koons and J. Tullis
2006   New Approaches to the Use and Integration of Multi-Sensor Remote Sensing for Historic Resource Identification and Evaluation. Strategic Environmental Resource Development Program (SERDP), Washington, D.C.

 Kvamme, K. L., E. G. Ernenwein and C. J. Markussen
2006   Robotic Total Station for Microtopographic Mapping: An Example from the Northern Great Plains. Archaeological Prospection 13(2):91-102, DOI: 10.1002/arp.270.

 Conyers, L. B., E. G. Ernenwein and L. Bedal
2002   Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) Mapping as a Method for Planning Excavation Strategies, Petra, Jordan.
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 Conyers, L. B., E. G. Ernenwein and L. Bedal
2002   Ground-Penetrating Radar Discovery at Petra, Jordan. Antiquity 76:339-340.

 

RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 

 

Hargrave, M.L., E. G. Ernenwein, J. Cothren, W. Johnston, and W. F. Limp
2010   Streamlined Archaeogeophysical Data Processing and Integration for DoD Field Use. Partners in Environmental Technology Technical Symposium & Workshop, Washington, D.C., November 31 - December 2. 

Ernenwein, E. G., M. L. Hargrave, J. J. Lockhart, G. Avery, and H. F. Gregory
2010   New Findings at Presidio Los Adaes, Louisiana: Results of Large-Area Geophysical Survey and Targeted Excavations. Society for Ameriocan Archaeology Conference, St. Louis, MO, USA, April 15.

 Hargrave, M.L., E. G. Ernenwein, J. J. Lockhart, H. F. Gregory, and G. Avery
2010   Evaluating 18th Century Maps of Presidio Los Adaes Using Geophysical Data. Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, Amelia Island, Florida, USA, January 6-10.

Hargrave, M.L., E. G. Ernenwein, J. Cothren, W. Johnston, and W. F. Limp
2009   Streamlined Archaeogeophysical Data Processing and Integration for DoD Field Use: Results of Large-Area Geophysical Survey at Predidio Los Adaes, Louisiana. Partners in Environmental Technology Technical Symposium & Workshop, Washington, D.C., December 1-3.

Ernenwein, E. G., M. L. Hargrave, G. Avery, and H. F. Gregory
2009   Geophysical Survey at Presidio Los Adaes, Louisiana. Society for American Archaeology Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, April 23.

Cothren, J., and E. G. Ernenwein
2009   A new grid balancing method for geophysical data. Computer Applications in Archaeology, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 22-26.

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