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Senior Research Fellow, The University of Queensland

Kelsey is an expert archaeological geophysicist and geoarchaeologist, lecturer and consultant located in Brisbane, AUS. She has over 20 years experience in field and laboratory-based archaeology; specialising in archaeological geophysics, geoarchaeology, remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS) and cultural heritage management.

Kelsey has worked in Queensland, New South Wales, Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia, and internationally on archaeological sites in the Caribbean, Europe, Indonesia, Myanmar, and North and South America.

Kelsey care's deeply about understanding and preserving the history of traditional cultures and translating this knowledge to help local Custodians advance in a modern society by giving them the tools and techniques to assist in their management of country. She continuously engages in many community-based projects in Australia and globally, some of which include; public outreach forums and collaborations with local organisations, councils, Indigenous communities and universities. Her experience and knowledge in landscape archaeology and geophysics allows her to be a great candidate on many heritage projects. (she/her)