Archaeologist, Research Consultant, Database Manager
Annique-Elise was the IPinCH Research Assistant for Knowledge Base management and use for 4 years (2011-2015). She holds an M.A. in Archaeology (2014) from Simon Fraser University, and her thesis used a feature analysis model to explore wetland resource use at DhRp-52, a long-term settlement site in Katzie traditional territory in the Pitt Polder, near Vancouver, BC. Her senior supervisor was IPinCH Project Director George Nicholas.
Annique-Elise also has a background in database creation, use, and management. Her research interests include wetland archaeology, archaeobotany and ethnobotany, charcoal analysis, Indigenous archaeology and issues, and the application of database systems to archaeological projects.