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Erik Otárola-Castillo | CURRICULUM VITAE


Harvard Fellow

Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University

Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology, Iowa State University

 

 

Department of Human Evolutionary Biology
Harvard University
11 Divinity Ave
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone 631-796-7331

E-mail: eotarolacastillo@fas.harvard.edu

 

 

 

Research Interests

 

I am interested in the evolution, ecology and diversity of phenotypes and their effects on population and community dynamics. I focus on the co-evolution of survival and reproductive trade-offs, foraging morphology and foraging strategies in human and non-human primates. I also have “working” interests and often collaborate in various topics related to evolutionary ecology and biology such as statistical methods, design and analysis of experiments, spatial modeling, paleoecological modeling, zooarchaeology/taphonomy, cultural transmission, and cultural resource management.

 

 

Education


2006-Present               Iowa State University, Ames, IA.
                                     Doctoral Program in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology/Anthropology

                                     Graduate Minor - Department of Statistics

 

2006                             Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

                                     Master of Arts, Anthropology.

Thesis: Late Prehistoric (Oneota) exploitation of deer at the Clarkson site, Warren county, Iowa.

2006                             Iowa State University, Ames IA.
                                     Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Certification.

2002                             State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY.
                                     Bachelor of Arts, Anthropolog
y.

 

 

Grants and Awards

 

2006-2008               $ 75,000 George Washington Carver Doctoral Fellowship
2006-2007               F. Wendell Miller Scholarship
2006                       $ 260.00 Iowa State University Professional Advancement Grant
2005                       $ 290.00 Iowa State University Professional Advancement Grant
2003                       $ 175.00 Iowa State University Professional Advancement Grant

 

 

Technical Skills

*Statistical computing, analyses, and programing using R, C, and Matlab.
*Mathematical modeling using Maple, R, C, and Matlab.
*GIS database design, management, and analysis.
*EDM Total Station and Data Recorder use for landscape and excavation mapping.
*Geostatistical and Spatial Analysis using full range of ESRI software (ArcGIS, ArcView), Surfer 8.0, GEODA and R.
*Trimble GeoXT handhelds and Pathfinder-Pro XRS GPS receivers, during planning, data collecting, post-processing, and reporting stages (centimeter accuracy).
*Various 2D and 3D Geometric Morphometric software packages.

Professional Associations

American Association of Physical Anthropologists

American Society of Mammalogists

Ecological Society of America

Midwest Archaeological Conference

Paleoanthropology Society

Plains Anthropological Society

Sigma Xi 

Society for American Archaeology

Society for Archaeological Sciences 

 

Publications

2014

8. *Schoville, B. and Erik Otárola-Castillo*. A model of hunter-gatherer skeletal element transport: the effect of prey body size, carriers, and distance. Journal of Human Evolution [In Press] (*co-first authors).

 

7. Terhune, C., S. Cooke, and Erik Otárola-Castillo. Form and function in the platyrrhine skull: a three-dimensional analysis of dental and TMJ morphology. The Anatomical Record [In Press].

 

 

2013

6. Smith, H.F., T. Riztman, Erik Otárola-Castillo, and C.E. Terhune. A 3-D geometric morphometric study of intraspecific variation in the ontogeny of the temporal bone in modern Homo sapiens. Journal of Human Evolution 65(5):479-489 [Publisher Link].

 

5. Young, H.S., D.J. McCauley, K. M. Helgen, Erik Otárola-Castillo, J.R. Goheen, T.M. Palmer, R. M. Pringle, T.P. Young, and Rodolfo Dirzo. Effects of mammalian herbivore declines on plant communities: observations and experiments in an African savanna. Journal of Ecology 101(4):1030-1041 [Publisher Link].

 

4. Adams, D. C. and Erik Otárola-Castillo. geomorph: an R package for the collection and analysis of geometric morphometric shape data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4(4):393-399 [Publisher Link].

 

 

2011

3. Serb, J.M., A. Alejandrino, Erik Otárola-Castillo, and D.C. Adams. Morphological convergence of shell shape in distantly related scallop species (Mollusca: Pectinidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 163(2):571-584 [Publisher Link].

 

 

2010

2. Otárola-Castillo, Erik. Differences between NISP and MNE in Cutmark Analysis of Highly Fragmented Faunal Assemblages. Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (2010) 1–12 [Publisher Link].

 

 

2008

1. Hill, M. G., D. W. May, D. J. Rapson, A.R. Boehm and Erik Otárola-Castillo. Faunal Exploitation by Early Holocene Hunter/Gatherers on the Great Plains of North America: Evidence from the Clary Ranch Sites. Quaternary International 191:115-130 [Publisher Link].

 

 

Conferences and Symposia Organized

2010
Erik Otárola-Castillo, Brent J. Danielson, Alexander B. Duthie, Kaila Folinsbee, David Green, Sarah Hargreaves, Adam Heathcote, Sarah Hirsch, Meghann Jarchow, Anita Krause, Stacy Lindshield, Timothy Mitchell, Todd Ontl, Jeanine Refsnider, Jeanne Serb, and Irma Tapia.
2010 Midwest Ecology and Evoltuion Conference. Ames, Iowa, March 26-28. http://www.midwesteec.org

2008
Erik Otárola-Castillo, Benjamin J. Schoville, and Andrew R. Boehm
Advances in the Study of Lithic Morphology. Symposium organized at the 73rd Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 27, 2008.

2007
Erik Otárola-Castillo and Aurelio Curbelo
First Annual Graduate Minority Program Research Symposium. Symposium organized at Iowa State University.

Conferences Presentations

 

2012

Dines, James, P., Erik Otárola-Castillo, and Matthew Dean Rudimentary Pelvic Bones in Cetacea Provide Evidence of Sexual Selection. Paper presented at the 92nd annual meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, Reno, Nevada, June 2012.

Erik Otárola-Castillo, Dean Adams, Scott Chumbley and Brent Danielson Morphometric Analyses of Bone-Surface Marks. Paper presented at the 77th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, Tennessee, April 2012.

Burnett, Paul, and Erik Otárola-Castillo. Geometric Morphometrics: Expanding our Understanding of the Rosegate Projectile Point. Paper presented at the 77th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, Tennessee, April 2012.

Veile, Amanda, Karen Kramer, Erik Otárola-Castillo, and Alicia Lightbourne. Changing patterns of child growth and the role of disease ecology in Maya Agriculturalists. Paper presented at the 37th annual meeting of the Human Biology Association, Portland, Oregon, April 2012.

 

2011

Otárola-Castillo, Erik,Stacy M. Lindshield, Jill D. Pruetz, and Brent Danielson. Evaluating competing models of Pan troglodytes foraging tool use across space. Paper presented at the 80th annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 2011.

Lindshield, Stacy M., Erik Otárola-Castillo, Jill Pruetz, and Brent Danielson, Environment explains subsistence tool use in Pan troglodytes. Paper to be presented at the 80th annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 2011.

 

2010

Lindshield, Stacy M., Erik Otárola-Castillo, and Jill D. Pruetz, Modeling Tool Use across Space: An New Approach to Explaining Subsistence Tool Technology in Pan Troglodytes. Paper presented at the 23rd International Primatological Society Congress, Kyoto Japan.

Serb, Jeanne M., Alvin Alejandrino, Erik Otárola-Castillo, and Dean C. Adams. Application of Modern Geometric Morphometrics to Quantify Shell Shape and Detect Convergence using scallops (Bivalvia: Pectinidae) as a model. Paper to be presented at the Evolution 2010 Conference, Portland, Oregon. .

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, Benjamin J. Schoville, Brent J. Danielson, and Matthew E. Hill Jr. Foraging Strategies of Modern and Paleo-Hunters and Gatherers: Does HomoForaging Respond to Environmental Gradients? Poster to be presented at the 90th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, Laramie, Wyoming.

 

Boehm, Andrew R., Conor F. Hall, and Erik Otárola-Castillo. Experimental Bison Butchery: Is Marrow Extraction Worth It? Poster to be presented at the 75th Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri.

 

Schoville, Benjamin J., Kyle Brown, and Erik Otárola-Castillo. Modeling Middle Stone Age Site-use History, Hunting Intensity, and Impact Fractures on Lithic Points Using Experimental Data from a Calibrated Crossbow, Pinnacle Point, South Africa. Poster to be presented at the Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, Benjamin J. Schoville, and Dean C. Adams. Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative Data in Multivariate Analysis. Paper to be presented at the Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri.

 

Alejandrino, Alvin, Jeanne M. Serb, Erik Otárola-Castillo, and Dean C. Adams. Application of Modern Geometric Morphometrics to Quantify Shell Shape and Detect Convergence. Paper presented at the 2010 Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference, Ames, Iowa. .

 

 

2009

Otárola-Castillo, Erik. Central Place Foraging Strategies of African Hunters and Gatherers. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Graduate Research in Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Symposium, Ames, Iowa.

 

Schoville, Benjamin J. and Erik Otárola-Castillo. Application of Logistic Regression Modeling to Hadza Skeletal Element Transport. Poster presented at the Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting,Chicago, Illinois.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, Stephanie L. Bogart, and Stacy M. Lindshield. Modeling Chimpanzee Site-Suitability: A Useful Addition to the Primatologist’s “Toolbox”. Poster presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Chicago, Illinois.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik,Benjamin Schoville and Janni Pedersen. Are Pleistocene Engravings the Result of Symbolic Behavior or a Random Process? Paper presented at the 74th Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, and Benjamin Schoville. Modeling the Foraging Strategies of African Hunters and Gatherers Poster to be presented at the 94th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

 

 

2008
Otárola-Castillo, Erik,Dean C. Adams, Nancy R. Coinman, and Michael C. Collyer.
Differences between Point Morphology Methods: Traditional Caliper Measurements versus Geometric Morphometrics. Paper presented at the 73rd Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Boehm, Andrew R., Erik Otárola-Castillo, and Nancy R. Coinman. The Tor-Sadaf Debitage: A Multivariate Morphometric Analysis of Two Lithic Technologies. Paper presented at the 73rd Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Burnett, Paul C. and Erik Otárola-Castillo. Knapping on an Idea: Gauging Experimental and Archaeological Projectile Point Morphological Variability using Geometric Morphometrics. Paper presented at the 73rd Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Holven, Adam C. and Erik Otárola-Castillo. A Morphometric Approach to the Late Paleoindian and Early Archaic Lithic Assemblage from the Reese Site, Central Iowa. Paper presented at the 73rd Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Schoville, Benjamin J. and Erik Otárola-Castillo. A Geometric Morphometric Analysis of Convergent Points from Middle Stone Age Deposits in Cave 13B Mossel Bay, South Africa. Paper presented at the 73rd Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Iovita, Radu, Andrew R. Boehm, Erik Otárola-Castillo, and Benjamin J. Schoville. A Brief History of the Study of Morphology and Lithic Morphometrics in Archaeology. Paper presented at the 73rd Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

 

2007

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, Matthew R. Falcy, Chrissina C. Burke, Matthew G. Hill, David J. Rapson, and Lawrence C. Todd. Spatial Analysis Using Local Spatial Autocorrelation: Defining Probability-Based Clusters of Individually Plotted Point Data. Paper presented at the 65th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Rapid City, South Dakota.

Burke, Chrissina and Erik Otárola-Castillo. Combining Forces: Zooarchaeological, Ethological, and Spatial Approaches to Understanding Carnivore Modification at the Kaplan-Hoover Bison Bonebed (5LR3953). Paper presented at the 65th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Rapid City, South Dakota.

Otárola-Castillo, Erik. Differences between NISP and MNE in Cutmark Analysis. Poster presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Schoville, Benjamin J. and Erik Otárola-Castillo. A predictive GIS model for site surface visibility on the Northwestern Great Plains. Poster presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

 

2006

Otárola-Castillo, Erik,Matthew G. Hill, David J. Rapson, and Lawrence C. Todd. 3D Bonebed Fabrics. Poster presented at the 62nd Plains Anthropological Conference, Topeka, Kansas.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, and Benjamin J. Schoville. Archaeological Survey on the Clary Ranch. Paper presented at the 62nd Plains Anthropological Conference, Topeka, Kansas.

 

Rapson, David J., Matthew G. Hill, Andrew R. Boehm, Jeremy N. Hall, and Erik Otárola-Castillo. Site Structure at the O.V. Clary Site. Paper presented at the 62nd Plains Anthropological Conference, Topeka, Kansas.

 

 

2005

Otárola-Castillo, Erik.Reanalysis of the Clarkson Archaeofauna. Poster presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Archeological Conference, Dayton, Ohio.

 

Holven, Adam C., Erik Otárola-Castillo, and Matthew G. Hill. Dalton in Iowa: The Reece Site. Poster presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Archeological Conference, Dayton, Ohio.

 

Scott, Branden K., and Erik Otárola-Castillo. The Chipped Stone and Faunal Assemblages from the Mohler Farm Site. Poster presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Midwest Archeological Conference, Dayton, Ohio.

 

 

2004

Otárola-Castillo, Erik. The Reece Site (13HA169): Survey Applications to a Dalton Site in Central Iowa. Paper presented at the April chapter meeting of the Iowa Archeological Society, Central Iowa Chapter, Des Moines, IA.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik. Application of the Modified-Whittaker Sampling Design to Archaeological Site Structure: An Example from a Dalton Site in Central Iowa. Paper Presented at the Iowa State University Department of Anthropology Graduate/Faculty Symposium.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, and Andrew R. Boehm. Using GIS and GPS in Landscape Archaeology: A Predictive Modeling Example from Western Nebraska. Poster presented at the 2004 Iowa State University Annual GIS Symposium.

 

 

Relevant Graduate Courses

 

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Ph.D. Curriculum Courses.

Dept.

Number

Course Title

 

EEOB

514

Evolutionary Ecology

 

EEB

698

Foundations of Evolution

 

EEOB

588

Population Ecology

 

ENGL

507

Writing & Analysis of Professional Documents

 

EEOB

590C

Advanced Biostatistics (2 semesters)

 

ANT

528A

Arch. Lab Methods & Techniques- Lithics

 

EEB

590B

Mathematical Modeling of Evolutionary Processes

 

MATH

151

Calculus for Business & Social Sciences

 

EEB

698

Ordination Methods

 

STAT

407

Methods of Multivariate Analysis

 

STAT

402

Statistical Design & Analysis of Experiments

 

STAT

406

Statistical Methods for Spatial Data

 

EEOB

565

Morphometric Analysis

   

STAT

579

Introduction to Statistical Computing

 

STAT

580

Statistical Computing I

   

STAT

447

Statistics Theory

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courses taken during the Master’s of Arts in Anthropology at Iowa State University.

Dept.

Number

Course Title

 

ANTHR

503

Biological Anthropology

 

ANTHR

520

Cultural Continuity & Change in the Prairie-Plains

 

ANTHR

591x

Orientation to Anthropology

 

STAT

401

Statistical Methods for Researchers

 

ANTHR

516

Environmental Archaeology

 

ANTHR

555

Seminar In Archaeology

 

NREM

546

Integrating GPS & GIS For Natural Resource Management

 

ANTHR

510

Theoretical Dimensions of Cultural Anthropology

 

CRP

552

Geographic Data Management & Planning Analysis

 

LA

567

Advanced GIS Landscape Modeling

 

LA

590k

Special Topics-GIS Computer Applications

 

ANTHR

500

Language & Culture

 

ANTHR

528

Arch. Lab. Methods & Techniques-Zooarchaeology

 

NREM

590b

Special Topics-GIS/GPS in Forestry

 

CRP

590h

Special Topics-GIS & Environmental Planning

 

CRP

595

Seminar In GIS Applications/Research

 
     

 

NREM: Natural Resource Ecology and Management; CRP: -Community and Regional Planning; LA: Landscape Architecture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teaching Experience

 

Iowa State University

 

Fall 2005                       Teaching Assistant, Anthropology 308—Archaeology.  Planned, prepared, and executed two two-hour weekly activities (labs, discussions, and lectures) for complete semester lab. Advised undergraduate students during weekly office hours. Coordinated and supervised weekend field activities at simulated archaeological site.

 

                                    Teaching Assistant, Anthropology 230—Globalization and the Human Condition. Planned, prepared, and executed three one-hour weekly recitations for complete semester lab. Advised undergraduate students during weekly office hours.

 

Spring 2005                   Teaching Assistant, Anthropology 202—Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology. Planned, prepared, and executed three one-hour weekly activities (labs, discussions, and lectures) for complete semester lab. Advised undergraduate students during weekly office hours.

 

Fall 2004                       Teaching Assistant, Anthropology 308—Archaeology.  Planned, prepared, and executed two two-hour weekly long activities (labs, discussions, and lectures) for complete semester lab. Advised undergraduate students during weekly office hours. Coordinated and supervised weekend field activities at simulated archaeological site.

           

Summer 2004                Teaching Assistant, Anthropology 429/529—8 Week Archaeological Field School at the Clary Ranch Site, Garden County, Nebraska. Helped coordinate and supervise undergraduate students during field research and data collection.

 

Spring 2004                  Teaching Assistant, Anthropology 202—Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology. Planned, prepared, and executed six one-hour weekly activities (labs, discussions, and lectures) for complete semester lab. Advised undergraduate students during weekly office hours.

 

Fall 2003                       Teaching Assistant, Anthropology 201—">Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. Graded assignments and exams. Prepared quizzes and one full hour research lecture. Advised undergraduate students during weekly office hours.

 

State University of New York at Stony Brook

 

Fall 2001-Spring 2002     Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Sociology 315—Sociology of Technology. Graded assignments and exams. Advised undergraduate students during weekly office hours.

 

 

Field Experience

 

Summer 2007                Research Assistant—Excavations at the O.V. Clary Late Paleoindian Site, Garden County, Nebraska.

 

Summer 2006                Research Assistant—Excavations at the O.V. Clary Late Paleoindian Site, Garden County, Nebraska.

 

Fall 2005                       Field Supervisor—Field Activities at Big Bluff, a Simulated Archaeological Site, Story County, Iowa. Nancy R. Coinman, Class Instructor.

                                       Supervised students during field activities including, surface and subsurface sampling, surveying, mapping, and excavating.

 

Summer 2005                Research Assistant—Excavations at the O.V. Clary Late Paleoindian Site, Garden County, Nebraska.

 

Fall 2003-Spring 2005    Research Assistant—Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory

                       

Full range of laboratory activities (archiving, research, curation, reporting). Conducted cultural resource management work from planning stages through completion (initial survey, fieldwork, analysis, and reporting). Supervised and assisted numerous undergraduate students during research data collection, analysis, and reporting. 

 

Fall 2004                       Field Supervisor—Field Activities at Big Bluff, a Simulated Archaeological Site, Story County, Iowa. Nancy R. Coinman, Class Instructor.

Supervised students during field activities including, surface and subsurface sampling, surveying, mapping, and excavating.

 

Summer 2004               Field/Research Supervisor—Clary Ranch Topographic Survey, Garden County, Nebraska. Trained and supervised field school students to collect, process, and apply topographic data using survey-grade GPS equipment and GIS.

 

Summer 2004                Field Assistant—Gastropod Sampling Survey at the Clary Ranch Site, Garden County, Nebraska. James L. Theler, Survey Director.

 

Spring 2004                   Field Assistant—Survey and Mapping of the Gailstone Paleoindian Site, Trempealeau County, Wisconsin. Robert F. Boszhardt Principal Investigator.

 

Fall 2003                       Field Assistant—Survey of the Reece Late Paleoindian Site, Hardin County, Iowa.

 

Summer 2003                Research Assistant—Excavations at the Clary Ranch Late Paleoindian Site, Garden County, Nebraska.

 

Summer 2001                Crew Member—Data Recovery at the Vivendi Late Archaic Site, (24CA656), Great Falls, Montana. William C. Prentiss, Principal Investigator.

 

Summer 2001                Field School—Excavations at the Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed, Sioux County, Nebraska. Lawrence C. Todd and David J. Rapson, Principal Investigators.

 

Summer 2001                Field School—Preliminary Excavations at the Clary Ranch Late Paleoindian Site, Garden County, Nebraska.

 

 

 

Technical Reports

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik

2008 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Proposed Wetland Construction Project WOR1002215C, Section 15, T100N-R22W, Silver Lake Township, Worth County, Iowa. Marina Consulting Corp. Project Report MCC0802001, submitted to Iowa State Historical Preservation Office, Des Moines, Iowa.

 

2008 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Proposed Wetland Construction Project WRI922423A, Section 23, T92N-R24W, Grant Township, Wright County, Iowa Marina Consulting Corp. Project Report MCC0802002, submitted to Iowa State Historical Preservation Office, Des Moines, Iowa.

 

2008 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Proposed Wetland Construction Project Fra931907C, Section 7, T93N-R19W, West fork Township, Franklin County, Iowa. Marina Consulting Corp. Project Report MCC0802003, submitted to Iowa State Historical Preservation Office, Des Moines, Iowa.

 

2008 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Proposed Wetland Construction Project Dal802632C, Section 32, T80N-R26W, Grant Township, Dallas County, Iowa. Marina Consulting Corp. Project Report MCC0802004, submitted to Iowa State Historical Preservation Office, Des Moines, Iowa.

 

2008 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Proposed Wetland Construction Project Cla973604DB, Section 4, T97N-R36W, Meadow Township, Clay County, Iowa. Marina Consulting Corp. Project Report MCC0802005, submitted to Iowa State Historical Preservation Office, Des Moines, Iowa.

 

2008 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Proposed Wetland Construction Project Flo971521B, Section 21, T97N-R15W, Cedar Township, Floyd County, Iowa. Marina Consulting Corp. Project Report MCC0802006, submitted to Iowa State Historical Preservation Office, Des Moines, Iowa.

 

2008 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Proposed Wetland Construction Project Web893018B, Section 18, T89N-R30W, Johnson Township, Webster County, Iowa. Marina Consulting Corp. Project Report MCC0802007, submitted to Iowa State Historical Preservation Office, Des Moines, Iowa.

 

2008 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Proposed Wetland Construction Project BV933512D, Section 12, T93N-R35W, Poland Township, Buena Vista County, Iowa. Marina Consulting Corp. Project Report MCC0802008, submitted to Iowa State Historical Preservation Office, Des Moines, Iowa.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik and Matthew G. Hill

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey for A Proposed Hog Confinement North of 310th Street and East of Harris Avenue, Section 13, T87n-R34W, Calhoun County, Iowa. Project Report 158. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Ames, Iowa.

 

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey for A Proposed Hog Confinement North of 430th Street and East of Jay Avenue, Section 22, T95n-R44W, Sioux County, Iowa. Project Report 156. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Iowa.

 

2007 Phase I Archaeologcial Survey for A Proposed Grain Bin North of 260th Street and East of Wilson Avenue, Section 21, T88n-R23W, Hamilton County, Iowa. Project Report 155. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Iowa.

 

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Two Proposed Hog Finishing Buildings North of 380th and East of Kiwi Streets, Section 30, T96n-R43W, Sioux County, Iowa. Project Report 153. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Iowa.

 

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey for A Proposed Hog Confinement North of 290th Street and East of Lynx Avenue, Section 4, T90n-R45W, Plymouth County, Iowa. Project Report 157. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Iowa.

 

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey for A Proposed Hog Confinement Building East of County Road K22 and 150th Street, Section 26, T96n-R43W, Plymouth County, Iowa. Project Report 154. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Ames, Iowa. 

 

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey for A Proposed Cattle Feedlot Northeast of 180th and Ironwood Streets, Section 17, T99n-R44W, Lyon County, Iowa. Project Report 151. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Iowa.

 

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Water Distribution Improvement Project for the City of Le Grand, T83n-R17W, Sections 12 7 13, Marshall County, Iowa. Project Report 150. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Ames, Iowa.

 

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Waste Water Expansion Project for the City of Hamburg, T67n-R42W, Fremont County, Iowa. Project Report 148. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Ames, Iowa.

 

2007 Phase I Intensive Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Replacement of Existing Overhead Power Line Segments and Poles, Hamilton, Hancock, and Webster Counties, Iowa. Project Report 143. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Iowa.

 

2006 Phase I Archaeological Survey for A Proposed Water Tower, City of Cambridge, Story County, Iowa. Project Report 108. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Ames, Iowa.  

 

2005 Extended Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement (FHWA #076790; BROS -CO07 (34)—5F-07) Section 9, T90N-R14W, Winslow Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 85, Ames, IA.

 

2005 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Bridge Replacement: Fhwa #074840, Sect. 1 & 2, T88n-R11W, Young Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Project Report 80. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Ames, Iowa. 

 

2005 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Lagoon Improvements, Section 4, T92n-R31W, City of Rolfe, Pocahontas County, Iowa. Project Report 71. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Ames, Iowa.

 

2005 Phase I Archaeological Survey for A Proposed Borrow Area, Section 25, T88n-R37W, City of Sutherland , O'Brien County, Iowa. Project Report 72. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Ames, Iowa.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Emmetsburg Sewer Line 03-Ws-099, Sections 25 and 36 T96N-R33W. City of Emmetsburg, Palo Alto County, IA. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 59, Ames, IA.

  

2004 Phase I Cultural Resource Survey for the Proposed Horizontal Expansion and Borrow Area of the Sac County, Iowa Sanitary Landfill, Section 25, T88N-R37W. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 73, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Bridge Replacement (FHWA # 073830), Section 19 T87N-R13W, Brandon Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 74, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Bridge Replacement (FHWA # 073821), Section 19 T87N-R13W, Brandon Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 75, Ames, IA.

  

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Bridge Replacement (FHWA # 074980), Sections 12 & 24 T88N-R11W, Fox Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 76, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Bridge Replacement (FHWA # 074360), Sections 23 & 24 T87N-R13W, Hess Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 77, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Bridge Replacement (FHWA # 074065), Sections 15 & 16, T87N-R12W, Kline Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 78, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Bridge Replacement (FHWA # 076050), Section 19, T90N-R11W, Ordway Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 79, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Bridge Replacement (FHWA # 074840), Sections 1 & 2 T88N-R11W, Young Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 80, Ames, IA.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, Adam C. Holven, and Matthew G. Hill

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement (BROS-CO07 (34)--5F-07, FHWA #076790) Section 09, T90N-R14W, Winslow Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 58, Ames, IA.

 

  2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement (BROS-C007 (87)8J-07, FHWA #076790) Section 16, T90N-R12W Schenk Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State

University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 57, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement Area (BROS-CO07 (79)--5F-07, FHWA #076310) Section 15, T90N-R12W North Elk Run Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 56, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement Area (BROS-CO07 (85)--8J-07, FHWA #075560) Section 20, T90N-R11W, Newell Street, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 55, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement Area (BROS-CO07 (78)--8J-07, FHWA #075540) Section 13, T89N-R11W, Cunningham Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 54, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement Area (BROS-C007 (86)8J-07, FHWA #075220) Section 20, T88N-R13W, Orange Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 53, Ames, IA. 

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement Area (BROS-CO07 (84)--8J-07, FHWA # 074860) Section 13, T88N-R11W Indian Creek Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 52, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement Area (LFM-1205--7X-07, FHWA #074690) Section 24, T87N-R14W, West Eagle Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 51, Ames, IA.

 

2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement of the Proposed Bridge Replacement Area (FHWA # 073800) Section 13, T89N-R11W Bryan Road, Black Hawk County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 50, Ames, IA.

  

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, Andrew P. Brummel, and Matthew G. Hill

 2004 Phase I Archaeological Survey for the Proposed Lagoon Improvements, Section 4, T92N-R31W, City of Rolfe, Pocahontas County, Iowa. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Project Report 82, Ames, IA.

 

Otárola-Castillo, Erik, Hilary J. Powell, and Matthew G. Hill

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey for Proposed Land Acquisition, Iowa Falls Municipal Airport, Sections 2, 3, and 36, T89n-R21W, Hardin County, Iowa. 152. Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory, Ames, Iowa.

 

 

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