Dr Ian Moffat

Ian is interested in all applications of earth science techniques to archaeology including archaeological geophysics, isotope geochemistry and geoarchaeology. He has contributed to a wide range of academic and consultancy projects within Australia and internationally, including locating and mapping features such as historic and Indigenous graves, hearths, buried pottery, middens, shipwrecks, lost anchors and historic material culture, tracing migrations with isotope geochemistry and reconstructing palaeoenivronments using sedimentological techniques.

Ian was formerly a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Laboratory of Geophysical-Remote Sensing & Archaeoenvironment at the Institute for Mediterranean Studies, a Consultant at Archaeometry and a Principal Instructor at Precipice Training. He tweets at @archaeometry.