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Dogwood Drip

Robert Templar

GIS Specialist/Analyst/Archaeologist

Robert Templar is an archaeologist and GIS analyst with seven years of professional experience. He is well versed in both cartographic and archaeological survey skills, photography and illustration, field excavation, archaeological monitoring, cartography and GIS. He is familiar with ArcMap, QGIS, Excel, AutoCAD, Illustrator, and Photoshop.

In his capacity as an archaeologist, Mr. Templar liaises with the NAHC, Native American tribal representatives and CHRIS information centers, and writes archaeological reports and CEQA documentation. He has worked extensively with professional archaeological units and has a wide range of experience with Prehistoric and Historic archaeology in both rural and urban settings. He is skilled in both desk based research and field excavation/analysis.

As a GIS analyst, Mr. Templar produces many of MIG|TRA’s figures and maps. He is well versed in the use of hand-held GNSS devices as well as Total Stations Theodolites (TST)., including Trimble and Leica. In his career, Mr. Templar has undertaking a wide range of land surveys and is well equipped to work with large data sets, utilize queries and data manipulation within GIS programs. He also engages in graphics work relating to cartography, using illustrator and other programs to create graphics where GIS programs are not appropriate.

Mr. Templar additionally assists with project production; proof reading, formatting, compiling and document production, and acts as the final stage before documents are released to the client or public.

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Mr. Templar additionally assists with project production; proof reading, formatting, compiling and document production, and acts as the final stage before documents are released to the client or public.

Educational Background


University of Kent, Canterbury, UK
Masters Degree, Medieval and Early Modern History

Bachelor’s Honors Degree, Classical and Archaeological Studies