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DARLENE DEPPE, B.A., M.A. expected Spring 2018

Archaeological Field Technician

Darlene Deppe is an archaeologist with over 5 years of environmental resource experience and 10 years of archaeological field, lab and survey experience. She has worked on a variety of JMA projects, with a focus on Chatsworth/Simi Hills and has an extensive background in pre-historic California archaeology. She has worked as an archaeological field technician, field/lab director, and project manager for California State Parks and worked on as a field archaeologist special projects with JMA since 2011.

PATRICK GILLESPY, B.S., M.S. expected Spring 2018

Paleontological Field Technician

Patrick Gillespy is a paleontological monitor with John Minch and Associates, with experience in geologic fieldwork and paleontological mitigation monitoring. He began his focus in paleontology by volunteering at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum. There he has been working with museum staff in the vertebrate paleontology laboratory. He has learned techniques involved with cataloging, collecting, identifying, and preparing/preserving vertebrate fossil material. Patrick received his B.S. in Geology from California State University, Northridge.

MARISSA DE HOYOS, B.S., M.S. expected Spring 2018

Paleontological Field Technician

Marissa De Hoyos is a geologist with an interest in paleontology and water quality. She has been with JMA conducting paleontological monitoring since 2016. She has experience in identifying and logging paleo fossils along with conducting field work in paleontology, and water quality studies. She is in her last year at California State University, Los Angeles for graduate studies in water quality in the Malibu Watershed. Marissa will be earning a Master’s of Science Degree in Geosciences: Environmental Hydrogeology in 2018.