Dr. stephanie rogers

 


Personal Info

Academic qualification

  • May 2010: Master of Science in Applied Geomatics, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • June 2008: Advanced Diploma in GIS, Center of Geographic Science (COGS), Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • May 2007: Bachelor of Arts in Geography, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Research

  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Glacial Archaeology
  • Spatial Modeling

Projects

Current Projects

  • SNF-Project: Modeling archaeological potential in the Alps using GIS tools

Publications

Peer-reviewed papers

ROGERS, S.R., FISCHER, M., & HUSS, M. 2014. Combining glaciological and archaeological methods for gauging glacial archaeological potential. Journal of Archaeological Science 52:410-420. DOI: 10.1016/j.jas.2014.09.010. PDF

SCHOEPFER, I. & ROGERS, S.R. 2014. A new qualitative GIS method for investigating neighbourhood characteristics using a tablet. Cartographica 49(2):127-143. DOI: 10.3138/carto.49.2.1810. PDF

ROGERS, S.R. 2014. An overview of selected GIS methods available for use in glacial archaeology. Journal of Glacial Archaeology 1:99–115. DOI:10.1558/jga.v1i1.99.

ROGERS, S.R. & STAUB, B. 2013. Guidelines for the use of Geographic Information System (GIS) methods in Apis mellifera research. In V. Dietemann, J.D. Ellis, P. Neumann (Eds) The COLOSS BEEBOOK, Volume 1: standard methods for Apis mellifera research. Journal of Apicultural Research 52. DOI:10.3896/IBRA.1.52.4.08. Download: http://www.ibra.org.uk/articles/Standard-use-of-Geographic-Information-System-GIS-techniques-in-honey-bee-research.

ROGERS, S.R., WEBSTER, T., LIVINGSTONE, W. &  O'DRISCOLL, N.J. 2012. Airborne Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) for the Quantification of Dissolved Organic Matter Concentration in Natural Waters. Estuaries and Coasts 35(4):959-975. DOI:10.1007/s12237-012-9509-8. PDF

Peer-reviewed conference proceedings

ROGERS, S.R., COLLET, C. & LUGON, R. 2014. Least cost path analysis for predicting glacial archaeological site potential in central Europe. In A. Traviglia (Ed) Across Space and Time.Selected Papers from the 41st Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference (Perth, WA, 25-28 March 2013). Accepted, in press.

ROGERS, S.R. & CURDY, P. 2014. Least cost path analysis for predicting glacial archaeological site potential: scale and parameter investigations. Millenni. Studi di Archeologia preistoica. Accepted, in press.

Chapters in books

ROGERS, S.R. & R. LUGON. 2015. Morphologie und Entwicklung des Theodulgletschers: gestern, heute und morgen, in: Der Theodulpass von der Urgeschichte bis heute (Arbeitstitel), Forschungsprojekt des Geschichtsmuseums Wallis, 2014/2015. Accepted.

ROGERS, S.R., C. COLLET, P. CURDY, P. DUBUIS, M. ESCHMANN RICHON, R. LUGON. 2015. Die Penninischen Hochalpenpässe und ihr archäologisches Potential: ein Vorhersagemodell, in: Der Theodulpass von der Urgeschichte bis heute (Arbeitstitel), Forschungsprojekt des Geschichtsmuseums Wallis, 2014/2015. Accepted.


 

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