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Trevor Kludt

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Geo-hydrological Laboratory Associate
New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
New Mexico Tech
801 Leroy Place
Socorro NM 87801-4796
(575) 835-6669
(575) 835-6333 fax
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Trevor is the senior field technician who collects much of the field data used in the hydrogeology studies performed by the Aquifer Mapping Program. These data include accurately locating wells, water level measurements, water quality sampling, and downloading a variety of data logging equipment (i.e. pressure transducers). Additionally, Trevor helps to process and archive data, as well as use data in ArcGIS map development. He began working with the Bureau in 2009, and has traveled across the state for nearly every project’s data needs in the Aquifer Mapping Program.

Education

  • Ph.D. in Anthropology, 2006, University of New Mexico. 
  • MA in Anthropology, 1990, University of New Mexico.                                             
  • BS in Anthropology, 1987, University of New Mexico, distributed Minor in Cartography.

Professional Experience

  • October 2005 - September 2007
    Principal Investigator. Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, El Paso, Texas.  Primary Duties: Implementation of large block archaeological surveys on McGregor Range, Fort Bliss, GIS analysis of survey data, production of survey reports, determination of site eligibility, and management recommendations.  Additional duties included meetings with client to assess progress, writing of bids, archival research, logistical organization and supervision of field crews. 

  • July 2005 - October 2005
    Senior Archaeologist, Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico.  Primary Duties: Implementation of archaeological surveys in Harding, Santa Fe, and Sandoval Counties, GIS analysis of survey data, production of survey reports, determination of site eligibility, and management recommendations.  Additional duties included meetings with client to assess progress, archival research, logistical organization and supervision of field crews.

  • Sept 2004 - June 2005
    Project Manager/Assistant P.I., Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Inc.  Primary Duties: Implementation of large block archaeological surveys on McGregor Range, Fort Bliss, GIS analysis of survey data, production of survey reports, determination of site eligibility, and management recommendations.  Additional duties included writing of bids, archival research, logistical organization and supervision of field crews. 

  • May - September 2004
    Archaeological Crew Chief, National Park Service.  Duties:  Continuation of previous survey work within Bandelier National Monument, Sandoval county, New Mexico. 

  • March - May 2004
    GIS/GPS Specialist, Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Inc.  Duties: evaluation of GPS/PDA hardware, ArcPad software development, development of field and laboratory methods and procedures, implementation of ‘moving map’ in-field data recording methodology. 

  • May - September 2003
    Archaeological Crew Chief, National Park Service. Duties: Survey of parcels within Bandelier National Monument, Sandoval county, New Mexico. 

  • September - November,  2002
    Project Director, LopezGarcia Group.  Duties: Survey of 30 miles of PNM transmission lines in Santa Fe County, New Mexico.  Duties included organization of project and supervision of field crews, identification of archaeological sites, in-field analysis of artifacts and features, and compilation of survey report.  Archival research undertaken during analysis focused on historical irrigation system along the Santa Fe River.

  • May - September 2002
    Archaeological Crew Chief, National Park Service. Duties: Survey of parcels within Bandelier National Monument, Sandoval and Los Alamos counties, and El Malpais National Monument, Cibola county, New Mexico.   

  • May 1996 - May 1997
    GIS specialist/Lab Supervisor, Archaeological Research Center, UTEP.  Duties: develop software to define and delineate archaeological sites based on the surface distribution of artifacts and features.  Supervise and coordinate data entry.  Undertake GIS based analysis of survey data.  Create cartographic output for technical report.

Teaching Experience

  • Spring Semester, 2001: Instructor, Introduction to Archaeology (101), NM Tech.
  • Spring Semester, 1996: Instructor, Archaeology Lab (121L), UNM.
  • Fall Semester, 1995: Instructor, Archaeology Lab (121L), UNM.
  • Spring Semester, 1995: Teaching Assistant, Anthropology (101), UNM

Publications

  1. Trevor Kludt, 2007, Landform and Settlement, Part I: Farming the Fans. Historical and Natural Resources Report Nos. 0517 & 0531, Directorate of the Environment, Fort Bliss, Texas.
  2. Trevor Kludt, 2007, Landform and Settlement, Part II: Vacant Catchments. Historical and Natural Resources Report Nos. 0630 & 0631, Directorate of the Environment, Fort Bliss, Texas.
  3. Trevor Kludt, Mike Stowe, Tim Church, and Scott Walley, 2007, Pathfinding on McGregor Range: Archaeological Survey of Approximately 8,000 Acres on Fort Bliss, New Mexico. Historical and Natural Resources Report No. 0412, Directorate of the Environment, Fort Bliss, Texas.
  4. Trevor Kludt, 2006, Archaeological Survey of Approximately 2,000 Acres Near FAW-20, Fort Bliss Military Reservation, New Mexico. Historical and Natural Resources Report No. 0549, Directorate of the Environment, Fort Bliss, Texas.
  5. Michael A. Stowe, Trevor Kludt, and David Kuehn, 2005, Archaeological Survey of Approximately 1,400 Acres on Meyer Range, Fort Bliss Military Reservation, New Mexico. Historical and Natural Resources Report No. 0505, Directorate of the Environment, Fort Bliss, Texas.
  6. Trevor Kludt, 2005, An Archaeological Survey of the Planned Harding County Airport near Solano, New Mexico. Office of Contract Archaeology Report No. OCA-502, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.
  7. Trevor Kludt and Allan Schilz, 2001, Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Coyote Canyon Airbase Defense Training Area, Kirtland Airforce Base, New Mexico. Amec Earth and Environment, Inc. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  8. R. Joe Brandon, Trevor Kludt, and Markus Neteler, 1999, Archaeology and GIS: the Linux Way. Linux Journal no. 63, pp 50-54
  9. Trevor Kludt, 1998, An Archaeological Survey of 160 Acres Near Artesia, New Mexico. Escondido Research Group, Report No. 1997-8 for Nesco-NM Inc. & Crossroads Developers Inc.
  10. Trevor Kludt and Robert Dello-Russo, 1998, A Cultural Resources Inventory of 175 Acres in the Socorro Grant, Socorro County, New Mexico. Escondido Research Group, Report. No. 1998-1 for Nesco-NM Inc.
  11. O'Leary, Beth, Trevor Kludt, Tim Church and Raymond Mauldin, 1997, The McGregor Guided Missile Range Survey Project, New Mexico. Volume I: The Archaeology of Landscape - General Survey. ARC Technical Report No. 14, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Texas at El Paso.
  12. Herder, Amy, Wase, Phippen, Zier, Kludt, Crawford, Menke, Herder, McFaul, Smith, 1996, Archaeological Inventory, Shovel Test Excavations, and Geomorphological Overview of the Proposed Navajo Refining Company 12-inch Products Pipeline, New Mexico and Texas. Centennial Archaeology, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado.