M.Sc., Biodiversity and Conservation, 2013
University of Leeds
Justin Lampley received his B.S. in Biology/Ecology/Botany from Humboldt State University in 2010, and his M.Sc. in Biodiversity and Conservation from The University of Leeds, U.K. in 2013. Justin is a native Nevadan, and has been exploring and observing the ecology and archaeology of the Great Basin throughout his entire life. His professional career started as a field technician with the Forest Service in 2013, and he has been working throughout the Great Basin ever since. Justin’s academic interests and professional specialties include geographic information systems (GIS), Great Basin floral and faunal taxonomy, and faunal osteology. At KEC, Justin has been working as a field and lab technician, and was recently promoted to a field supervisory position where he has been permitted by the State of Nevada to run archaeological survey crews within the Great Basin.