Katherine Peck


I am a PhD candidate in archaeology at the University of New Mexico. My research focuses on the archaeology of human-environmental interactions, and I'm particularly interested in using geoarchaeological (e.g. soil analysis) and geospatial (e.g. remote sensing) methods to sutdy these interactions at a landscape scale. My dissertation focuses on a network of a network of dryland fields in South Kohala, Hawaiʻi Island. In this project, I try to examine questions like:

For an example of a recent project, take a look at this conference poster I presented earlier this year on unsupervised classification and archaeological feature extraction in satellite imagery.