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Benjamin Barnes, Project Manager / Taxonomist, Access Innovations, Inc.

Mr. Barnes holds degrees in Physics and Anthropology, focusing on mathematical applications in Archaeology. For the past 15 years, Mr. Barnes specialized in the visualization and analysis of Cultural Landscapes across the southwestern United States. His continuing research combines Geographic Information Systems (GIS), multivariate statistical pattern analysis, and taxonomic analysis of archaeological datasets as a means to model past environments and the temporal-spatial distribution of associated regional cultures. While Mr. Barnes’ research interests lay in the earliest periods of human occupation of the Americas (Paleoindian and Archaic), the analysis methods he developed have been applied to the distribution of Ancestral Pueblo sites along the Mogollon Rim in Arizona, the temporal-spatial distribution of early Navajo Defensive Sites in the 4-Corners region of New Mexico and Colorado, and Sea-level change around the Florida peninsula from the last glacial maximum to the present. Given the textual and cladistic aspects of archaeological field data, taxonomic ordering and pattern analysis are an integral component of Mr Barnes approach to pattern recognition, analysis, and the temporal-spatial visualization of past Cultural Landscapes.


Sessions by Benjamin Barnes
Thursday   04-11-2013   9:00 AM – 12:00 PM   W25: Making an Impact With Data Visualization


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