Linda Yarborough, Senior Archaeologist and Project Manager, Ph.D.

Linda has over 40 years of archaeological and anthropological experience in Alaska and meets the Secretary of the Interior’s professional qualifications in both prehistoric and historic archaeology. She has an excellent working knowledge of the historical and archaeological literature available for Alaska, and has experience in working with state and federal agencies. Dr. Yarborough has authored two books, and numerous cultural resource reports during the course of her career. She has experience surveying for and monitoring historic properties, devising mitigation for historic properties, and preparing Programmatic Agreements and Memoranda of Agreement. She has worked in the Interior, Southwest Alaska, Southeast Alaska, Western Alaska, Central Alaska, in the Aleutians, and on the North Slope.

Catherine Pendleton, Archaeologist, M.A.

Catherine received a BA in Anthropology in 2000 and an MA in Anthropology in 2008, both from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She has over fifteen years of cultural resource management experience. Upon completing graduate course work at the University of Alaska Anchorage in May 2002, she was employed as an archaeologist with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Anchorage. Beginning in August 2002, she worked as a student intern with the Office of History and Archaeology, Anchorage, Alaska. In May 2003, she went to work as an archaeologist for the National Park Service, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, Copper Center, Alaska. Catherine has been employed by Cultural Resource Consultants LLC, Anchorage, Alaska, as an archaeologist and an archaeological researcher/historian from October 2003 to the present.

Michael Yarborough, Senior Archaeologist and Project Manager, M.A.

Mike has over 40 years of archaeological experience in Alaska and has worked in all areas of the state. He meets the Secretary of the Interior’s professional qualifications in both prehistoric and historic archaeology, has an excellent working knowledge of the historical and archaeological literature available for Alaska, and has experience in working with state and federal agencies.  He has completed over 100 cultural resource surveys throughout the state during his tenure at CRC and authored numerous cultural resource reports. Mike has extensive experience with WWII installations and history, Aleutian archaeology, and multi-participant consultation.  He has experience surveying for and monitoring historic properties, devising mitigation for historic properties, and preparing Programmatic Agreements and Memoranda of Agreement. He has worked in the Interior, Southwest Alaska, Southeast Alaska, Western Alaska, Central Alaska, in the Aleutians, and on the North Slope.

Aubrey Morrison,  Project Archaeologist, M.A. 

Aubrey has more than 18 years of experience in cultural resource management, eleven of which are in Alaska. Aubrey earned her M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Alaska Anchorage and her B.A. from the University of Washington.  While most of her work experience is in Alaska, she has also worked in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and California.  She has extensive experience with documentation of archaeological sites, historic buildings, Alaska roads, and Aleutian fauna.   Areas of interest include zooarchaeology and prehistoric and historic archaeology. She has worked in all regions of Alaska.  Aubrey holds a WFR (Wilderness First Responder) certification and has also completed several annual MSHA (Mining Safety and Health Administration) trainings and a 28 hour HAZWOPER course.

Cultural Resource Consultants LLC

3504 E. 67th Ave

Anchorage. AK 99507

An Alaskan-owned and operated company since 1975

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