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David Bryce Landry

10.04.2018

David Bryce Landry
Curriculum Vitae
April 9th, 2018

University of Manitoba David B. Landry
Department of Anthropology; and 302-15 Carlton St.
Centre for Earth Observation Science Winnipeg, MB
432 Fletcher Argue Building, R3C 1N8
15 Chancellor Circle david.landry24@gmail.com
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 david.landry@umanitoba.ca
(204) 474 9361 (204) 881 6229

EDUCATION

2018 University of Manitoba
PhD. Department of Anthropology
Committee: Dr. Brooke Milne (Advisor), Dr. Ian Ferguson, Dr. Mostafa Fayek, Dr. Robert Park
External Examiner: Dr. Douglas Bamforth
Dissertation Title: Non-Invasive Investigation of Arctic Hunter-Gatherer Archaeological Landscapes Using Combined Near Surface Geophysics and Terrestrial Laser Scanning

2013 University of Calgary
PhD. Coursework, Department of Archaeology
Sept 2013 – Dec 2013
Western Dean’s Agreement Program

2013 University of Manitoba
M.A. Department of Anthropology
Committee: Dr. Brooke Milne (Advisor), Dr. Emőke Szathmáry, Dr. Robert Park
Thesis Title: The Organization of Late Dorset Lithic Technology at the LdFa-1 Site, Southern Baffin Island, Nunavut

2010 University of Toronto
B.A. Hons., Department of Anthropology (Archaeology Specialist)

PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journal Articles

2018 Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B., ten Bruggencate, R.E. 2018. Combining Remote Sensing, Geophysics, and Lithics Provenance and Reduction to Understanding Long-Term Continuity in Palaeo-Inuit Chert Quarrying and Seasonal Inland Travels on Southern Baffin Island, NU. Quaternary International.

2018 Landry, D.B., Ferguson, I.J., Milne, S.B., Serzu, M., Park, R. 2018. Integrated geophysical techniques for the archaeological investigation of LbDt-1, a Paleo-Inuit lithic quarry site in the interior of southern Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-018-9370-6

2016 Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B., Park, R.W., Ferguson, I.J., Fayek, M. 2016. Manual Point Cloud Classification and Extraction for Hunter-Gatherer Feature Investigation: A Test Case from Two Low Arctic Palaeo-Inuit Sites. Open Archaeology 2: 232-242.

2015 Landry, D.B., Ferguson, I.J., Milne, S.B., Park, R.W. 2015. Combined Geophysical Approach in a Complex Arctic Archaeological Environment: A Case Study from the LdFa-1 Site, Southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. Archaeological Prospection 22(3): 157-170. DOI: 10.1002/arp.1505

Other Publications

2015 Ferguson, I.J., Saturnino, T., Serzu, M., Frederiksen A., Zaporozan, T., McLeod, J., Landry, D. 2014 Geophysical Survey of Saline Plume at NE-35-9-29, Near Virden, Manitoba. Field Report.

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2017 Anthropology Thesis Write-Up Award
- Value $1,000.00
- Year Awarded: 2017
- Institutional Award

2016 University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association Conference Grant
- Value $500.00
- Year Awarded: 2016
- Institutional Award

2016 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Award (SSHRC)
- Value $40,000.00
- Year Awarded: 2016-2018
- Federal Award

2015 Faculty of Graduate Studies Tri-Council Top-Up Award
- Value $5,000.00
- Year Awarded: 2015-2016
- Institutional Award

2015 Northern Scientific Training Program (NSTP)
- Value: $2,520.00
- Year Awarded: 2015/2016
- National Award

2013 University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship (UMGF)
- Value: $72,000.00
- Year Awarded: 2013-2017
- Institutional Award

2013 Northern Scientific Training Program (NSTP)
- Value: $2,593.10
- Year Awarded: 2013/2014
- National Award

2013 Faculty of Arts - Graduate Student Conference Travel Award
- Value: $350.00
- Year Awarded: 2013
- Institutional Award

2013 Faculty of Graduate Studies - Graduate Student Travel Award
- Value: $750.00
- Year Awarded: 2013
- Institutional Award

2013 C. Thomas Shay Scholarship
- Value: $1,500.00
- Year Awarded: 2013
- Institutional Award

2013 Anthropology Thesis Write-Up Award
- Value: $2,823.00
- Year Awarded: 2013
- Institutional Award

2012 Faculty of Arts Graduate Award
- Value: $10,000.00
- Year awarded: 2012-2013
- Institutional Award

2012 University of Manitoba Department of Anthropology Scholarship (declined)
- Value: $8,000.00
- Year awarded: 2012
- Institutional Award

2012 Dr. Andrew Taylor Northern Studies Award and Research Grant
- Value: $1,000.00
- Year awarded: 2012
- Institutional Award

2012 C. Thomas Shay Award in Anthropology
- Value: $6,000.00
- Year awarded: 2012
- Institutional Award

2012 U of M Award in Arctic Anthropology
- Value: $500.00
- Year awarded: 2012
- Institutional Award

2011 University of Manitoba Department of Anthropology Scholarship
- Value: $2,000.00
- Year awarded: 2011
- Institutional Award

2011 University of Manitoba Student Research Assistantship Grant
- Value: $3,000.00
- Year awarded: 2011-2012
- Institutional Award

2010 Northern Scientific Training Program Grant (NSTP)
- Value: $2,900.00
- Year awarded: 2010
- National Award

AWARD NOMINATIONS

2013 Nominated by NSTP Committee for Robert McGhee Award
- Value: $1,000.00
- Year nominated: 2013
- National Award
CONFERENCE ACTIVITY

Invited Presentations

2016 Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B.
Shedding New Light on Arctic Archaeological Sites by Using HDS and Point Cloud Feature Extraction & Enhancement. Invited paper presented at the HxGN LIVE 2016 Conference. Anaheim, CA. USA (June 13 – 16).

Papers Presented

2017 Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B., Park, R.W., Ferguson I.J., Fayek M.
Quarries, Caribou, and Seasonal Inland Travels: Understanding Pre-Dorset and Dorset Culture Adaptations on Southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. Paper presented at the Arctic Science Summit Week 2017. Prague, Czech Republic (April 4 – 7).

2016 Landry, D.B., Ferguson, I.J., Milne, S.B., Serzu, M., and Park, R.W.
In-Phase and Quadrature Electromagnetic Mapping of Arctic Archaeological Sites in Southern Baffin Island, Canada. Poster presented at the 23rd Electromagnetic Induction Workshop – EMIW2016. Chiang Mai, Thailand (August 14-20).

2016 Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B., Ferguson, I.J., Serzu, M., Park, R.W., Stenton, D., Fayek, M.
Mapping and Monitoring Arctic Archaeological Site Subsidence due to Permafrost Thaw and Erosion: Long-Term Remote Sensing Testing on inland and Coastal Baffin Island Sites. Paper presented at the Canadian Archaeological Association Conference (CAA2016). Whitehorse, YT., Canada (May 4 - 7).

2015 Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B., Ferguson, I.J., Park, R.W., Stenton, D., Fayek, M.
Using Non-Invasive Remote Sensing Technologies to Document and Monitor Surface and Subsurface Changes to Frozen Arctic Archaeological Sites: A Case Study from Southern Baffin Island, NU. Paper presented at the Arctic Science Meetings (ASM2015). Vancouver BC.,Canada.

2014 Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B., Fayek, M., Park, R., Stenton, D.
3D LiDAR Scanning Technology and its Application in Arctic Archaeological Research: A Test Case from Inland Southern Baffin Island, NU. Paper presented at the Canadian Archaeological Association Conference (CAA2014). London, ON., Canada.

2014 Milne, S.B., Fayek, M., Park, R., Stenton, D., ten Bruggencate, R.E., Landry, D.B.
Chert Toolstone Availability in the Interior of Southern Baffin Island: New Insights from Two Recently Identified Source Locations. Paper presented at the Canadian Archaeological Association Conference (CAA2014). London, ON., Canada.

2013 Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B.
Late Dorset Lithic Debitage and Mobility: a Study from the Interior of Southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. Paper presented at Chacmool (2013), Calgary, AB., Canada.
2013 Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B.
A Multi-Scalar Analysis of Late Dorset Lithic Technological Organization on Southern Baffin Island. Paper presented at the Third Annual Costen Institute of Archaeology Conference (2013). UCLA, Los Angeles, USA.

2013 Milne, S.B., Park R.W., Fayek M., Stenton D.R., Landry D.B.
Toolstone Availability Near Frobisher Bay, NU and its Implications for Palaeo-Eskimo Lithic Technological Organization. Paper presented at the Canadian Archaeological Association Conference (CAA2013). Whistler B.C., Canada.

INVITED LECTURES & DEPARTMENT TALKS

2014 ‘Applying Terrestrial and Subsurface Remote Sensing as New Methods for Investigating Arctic Archaeological and Cultural Landscapes.’ Invited paper for the University of Manitoba Anthropology Department Colloquium Series. October 30th, 2014.

2014 ‘Archaeological Geophysics: Non-invasive investigations into the near-surface.’ Archaeological Field Training (ANTH3910) University of Manitoba, Department of Anthropology, May 21st, 2014.

2013 ‘From debitage to dissertation: a long term multidisciplinary research project of the people of southern Baffin Island, Nunavut.’ Invited lecture at the University of Calgary Anthropology Department Noon Hour Lecture Series. October 2nd, 2013.

2012 ‘Arctic fieldwork and a techno-organizational approach to LdFa-1: Dorset toolmakers in the interior of Southern Baffin Island.’ Invited paper for the University of Manitoba Anthropology Department Colloquium Series. February 10th, 2012.

2012 Interpreting Social and Technological Organizations in the Archaeological Past
Archaeological Method and Theory (ANTH3600) University of Manitoba
November 6th, 2012.

UNIVERSITY POSITIONS/SERVICE

2018 Research Associate (Jan. 1st - Present)
BaySys Project Coordinator
Centre for Earth Observation Sciences
University of Manitoba

2017 Student Research Assistant (Oct. 23rd – Dec. 22rd)
BaySys Project Coordinator
Centre for Earth Observation Sciences
University of Manitoba

2017 Sessional Instructor (Sept. 1st – Dec. 21st)
Course: ANTH1210 (A03)
Title: Human Origins and Antiquity
Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba

2015 Graduate Representative (Sept. 2014 – May 2015)
Graduate Program Committee
Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba

2013 President (May 1st, 2012 – April 30th, 2013)
University of Manitoba Anthropology Students’ Association (UMASA)

2013 Graduate Representative (2012 – 2013)
The Search and Advisory Committee for Probationary Socio-Cultural Anthropology Position Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba

2013 Graduate Representative (2011 – 2013)
Department Council Committee
Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba

2013 Student Volunteer (2012 - 2013)
University of Manitoba Info Days - Anthropology

2012 Student Volunteer
Winnipeg Margaret Mead Traveling Film Festival hosted by the Department of Anthropology

2011 Chief Returning Officer
University of Manitoba Anthropology Students’ Association.
University of Manitoba

2010 President/Head of Fundraising (2007 – 2010)
Anthropology Students’ Association
University of Toronto

2010 Volunteer Coordinator
University of Toronto Lithic Symposium
University of Toronto

COMMUNITY & PUBLIC OUTREACH

2017 Arctic Science Day – Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS)/Arctic Science Partnership (ASP).
University of Manitoba
March 9th, 2017
‘Remote Sensing and Arctic Archaeology’ - Interactive work station and presentation for local upper-level high school students. FortWhyte Alive, Winnipeg MB.

2016 FGS Orientation Day – Faculty of Graduate Studies
University of Manitoba
Sept 6th, 2016
Graduate Student Panelist Speaker

2016 Arctic Science Day – Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS)/Arctic Science Partnership (ASP).
University of Manitoba
March 4th, 2016
‘Remote Sensing and Archaeological Survey’ - Interactive work station and presentation for local upper-level high school students. FortWhyte Alive, Winnipeg MB.

2014 Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup – Watershed Systems Research Program
University of Manitoba
September 26th, 2014
See article in The Manitoban (http://www.themanitoban.com/2014/10/garbage-pickers-sweep-data-trashed-r...)

2014 Arctic Science Day – Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS)/Arctic Science Partnership (ASP)
University of Manitoba
February 21st, 2014
“We dig the Arctic” – Interactive work station and presentation for local upper-level high school students. FortWhyte Alive, Winnipeg MB.

2012 University of Manitoba Info Days – Anthropology (2012 and 2013)
Student Volunteer

2012 Winnipeg Margaret Mead Traveling Film Festival – Anthropology (Jan. 13th – 14th 2012)
Student Volunteer

MEDIA COVERAGE

2016 University of Manitoba Faculty of Arts Research Newsletter: Arts Scisco. Graduate Student Profile: David Landry.
Oct. Issue, 2016.

2014 CTV News: Winnipeg. University of Manitoba Equipment Used to Help Find Franklin Ship. Sept. 10th, 2014.

2013 CBC News: Northbeat. Archaeological and Geological Investigations in the interior of southern Baffin Island. July 22nd, 2013.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE & SKILL DEVELOPMENT

2016 RedDot Website Manager Training – (Daria Patrie)
University of Manitoba
Class training in RedDot manager.
November 30th, 2016.

2015 SAA Online Seminar – (Manager, Maureen Malloy)
University of Manitoba
Attended online seminar titled: Geophysical Remote Sensing in Archaeology: An Overview and Practical Guide for Beginners and Intermediate User, Teachers, and Consumers. December 3rd, 2015.

2015 Field Researcher – (Principal Investigator, Dr. Brooke Milne)
University of Manitoba
Duties: Archaeological and geophysical survey of LbDt-1 in the interior of southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. July 3th – July 14th, 2015.

2015 Assistant Field T.A. – (Field School Principal Investigators, Dr. Andrew Frederiksen & Dr. Mulu Serzu)
University of Manitoba, Department of Geological Sciences
Assisted in training and overseeing the use of ground-penetrating-radar and magnetometer systems and survey for undergraduate students attending the geophysical field-school. April 27th – May 7th, 2015.

2014 Field Researcher – (Principal Investigator, Dr. Brooke Milne)
University of Manitoba
Duties: Archaeological and geophysical survey of LdFa-1 in the interior of southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. July 10th – July 18th, 2014

2014 Assistant Field T.A. – (Field School Principal Investigators, Dr. Ian Ferguson & Dr. Mulu Serzu)
University of Manitoba, Department of Geological Sciences
Assisted in training and overseeing the use of ground-penetrating-radar systems and survey for undergraduate students attending the geophysical field-school. April 27th – May 7th, 2014.

2013 Assistant Field Researcher – (Principal Investigator, Dr. Brooke Milne)
University of Manitoba
Duties: Archaeological and geological survey and test pitting of prehistoric occupations and raw material sources in the interior of southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. July 10th – July 23rd, 2013

2012 Assistant Field Researcher – (Principal Investigator, Dr. Brooke Milne)
University of Manitoba
Duties: Archaeological and geological survey of prehistoric sites on the southern coast of Baffin Island, Nunavut. July 28th – August 5th, 2012

2010 Archaeological Field Crew – (Principal Investigator, Dr. Max Friesen)
University of Toronto
Duties: A two-week survey and mapping expedition of a caribou drive system adjacent to the Ekaluk River, Victoria Island, Nunavut. I gained experience setting up and operating Leica Total Station equipment. This was followed by a two-week excavation of various sites around the Ekaluk River, including a Thule house bench. June 22nd – July 28th, 2010

2010 Work Study Program Lab Technician – (Principal Investigator, Dr. Max Friesen)
University of Toronto Arctic and Faunal labs
Duties: My responsibilities included preparing and cleaning faunal remains and artifacts, labelling, cataloguing, packing and organizing the faunal under the proper taxonomic sub-groups, and the artifacts under proper cataloguing order. Oct. 1st, 2009 – Aug. 31st, 2010

2010 Contract Lab Technician – (Contract Manager, Dr. Douglas Stenton)
Government of Nunavut and the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre
Duties: Organize and properly pack a collection of artifacts for shipment. May 31st – June 11th, 2010

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

ArcticNet and the Arctic Science Partnership
Member (2015 – present)

University of Manitoba Anthropology Students’ Association
Member (2011 – present)

Arctic Institute of North America
Member (2012 – present)

Canadian Archaeological Association
Member (2010 – present)

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

English Oral: Native
Written: Native

French Oral: Excellent
Written: Excellent

PROFESSIONAL LICENCING AND CERTIFICATIONS

Fall Arrest Training – University of Manitoba

Basic Laboratory and WHIMIS Training – University of Manitoba

Canadian Red Cross – Standard First Aid in CPR/AED Level C

Firearms Licence/Permis D’Armes à Feu – Possession/Acquisition

PROJECT WEBSITES

BaySys - http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/environment/departments/ceos/research/BayS...

ArcTec – University of Manitoba
http://umanitoba.ca/interdisciplinary/research/arctec/index.html

REFERENCES

S. Brooke Milne
Associate Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology
Office: N303 A/B Duff Roblin Bldg. & 514A University Centre
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB
R3T 2N2
Phone: (204) 474 6328 and (204) 474-7986
Email: Brooke.Milne@umanitoba.ca

Ian J. Ferguson
Professor, Department of Geological Sciences
Office: 233 Wallace Bldg.
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB
R3T 2N2
Phone: (204) 474-9154
Email: Ij.Ferguson@umanitoba.ca

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