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Josara de Lange
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Josara
de Lange
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josara@alassoc.com.au
03 9470 9211
0423 689 801
54-58 Smith Street
Collingwood
3066
VIC
Australia
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Andrew Long and Associates
MA (Prehistoric Archaeology), Leiden University, the Netherlands (1999)MGeoIT, The University of Melbourne (2008)PhD (Archaeology), La Trobe University (2006)
Anywhere, anytime
Full Member, Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists Inc.nMember, Australian Archaeological Association Inc.
Josara has been working in consulting archaeology in Australia since 2003, mainly in the fields of stone artefact analysis, database management, report preparation and mapping. Her current role is that of Geographic Information Systems Manager at Andrew Long and Associates Pty Ltd, overseeing the company�s GIS-based mapping, spatial analyses and predictive modelling. She also conducts stone artefact analyses and is involved in occasional fieldwork and in the preparation of reports, including Cultural Heritage Management Plans and salvage reports. Josara mentors several GIS staff and provides tutoring in GIS and artefact analysis to the company team. She is currently involved in the development of the Victorian Digital Archaeological Data Archive, which is a collaborative effort between various heritage consultancies, aimed at improving access to digital archaeological data in order to facilitate cross?project comparisons, landscape approaches, data mining initiatives and regional mapping and predictive modelling projects.
Feldman, R./D. Mathews/J. de Lange/M. Albrecht/J. Chandler 2010: Melbourne-Geelong Interconnection Project Part 2. Cultural Heritage Management Plan. CHMP 10888; approved by Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation, 21 October 2010; approved by Aboriginal Affairs Victoria, 22 October 2010.Long, A./J. de Lange/D. Mathews/S. Thomas 2010: Keysborough Industrial Estate - II (Lot 1 Bend Rd and Lots 9, 10 & 11 Perry Rd), Keysborough. Cultural Heritage Management Plan. CHMP 10639; approved by Aboriginal Affairs Victoria, 14 July 2010.De Lange, J. 2008: Time Perspectivism and the Structure of Archaeological Records: A Case Study, in: S. Holdaway/L. Wandsnider (eds), Time in Archaeology: Time Perspectivism Revisited. The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City: 149-160.Allen, J./G. Hewitt/J. de Lange 2008: Report on Bend Road Archaeological Investigations: Bend Road 1 Phases 1 to 3. La Trobe University heritage report, January 2008.De Lange, J./C. Williamson 2008: Myamyn Woodchip Mill, Glenelg Shire, Western Victoria. Cultural Heritage Management Plan. CHMP 10289, approved by Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation, 18 June 2008.Hewitt, G./J. de Lange 2007: Report on Bend Road Archaeological Investigations: Bend Road 2 Phases 1 to 4. Melbourne, La Trobe University heritage report, April 2007.De Lange, J. 2001: Matter as process. The spatiotemporal constitution of archaeological data. Archaeological Dialogues 8(2): 152-163.
GIS mapping/spatial analysis
Lithic artefacts analysis
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