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Kasey Robb

Kasey has over 12 years’ experience working as an archaeologist in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. During this time, she has investigated both Indigenous and historic period sites, and has extensive experience in the identification of human remains with additional competencies in lithic and faunal analyses. Kasey has also managed cultural heritage approvals for large scale and complex projects, principally in Victoria, and developed training competencies for early career consultants. Today, Kasey works as part of a multidisciplinary team to ensure delivery of environmental approvals for the largest freight rail infrastructure project in Australia. This includes expert advice on cultural heritage management and mitigation.

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0419 650 973
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BSc (Biochemistry) BA Hons (Archaeology) MSc (Bioarchaeology)
All States and regions
Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand Australian Archaeological Association
Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands - 14 years
Kinaston, R.L; Anson, D; Petchey, P; Walter, R; Robb, K.F. and H. Buckley. 2015. Lapita Diet and Subsistence Strategies on Watom Island, Papua New Guinea: New Stable Isotope Evidence from Humans and Animals. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 157:30-41. Robb, K.F. and P.D. Nunn. 2014. Vatutāqiri: An Immense Stone-walled Fortification on the Vatia Peninsula, Northern Viti Levu Island, Fiji. People and Culture in Oceania 30:1–19. Lawler, M; Arnold, R; Robb, K.F; Herries, A.I.R; Lovett, T; Keogh, C; Phelan, M; Falconer, S.E; Fall, P.L;, Tummey, J; Stammers, R; James-Lee, T. and I. Berelov. 2014. The Browns Creek Community Archaeology Project: preliminary results from the survey and excavation of a late Holocene shell midden on the Victorian coast. In Spry, C; Frankel, D; Lawrence, S; Berelov, I. and S. Canning (eds) Excavations, Surveys and Heritage Management in Victoria Volume 3 pp.43-52. Robb, K.F. and P.D. Nunn 2014. Changing role of nearshore-marine foods in the subsistence economy of inland upland communities during the last millennium in the tropical Pacific Islands: insights from the Ba River Valley, northern Viti Levu Island, Fiji. Environmental Archaeology 19:1-11. Robb.K.F. and P.D. Nunn 2012. Nature and chronology of Prehistoric Settlement on the Vatia Peninsula, Northern Viti Levu Island, Fiji.The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 7:272-281. Robb. K. F; Buckley H.R; Spriggs, M and S. Bedford. 2010. Cortical Index in Three Prehistoric Human Pacific Island Samples International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 22: 284-293. Buckley. H.R; Tayles, N, Halcrow. S; Robb, K.F. and Fyfe, R. 2010. The People of Wairau Bar: A Re-evaluation Journal of Pacific Archaeology 1:1-20.
Bioarchaeology - the identification and recording of human skeletal remains
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