Pathfinder's Compass Rose
Pathfinder CRM, LLC
Contact Us
Staff
Home

What We Do

Staff

Contact Us

About our logo
Edwin J. Hajic

Position: Geologist/Partner

Responsibilities: Director of geoscience services; fieldwork, analysis, project management, report preparation

Areas of expertise: Geoarchaeology; geomorphology, environmental geology, biogeography; specializing in Quaternary geology, environmental reconstruction

Experience: director of the Geomorphology Laboratory, Center for American Archaeology at Kampsville, IL, 1979-90; research associate, Center for American Archaeology, 1990-; research associate, Illinois State Museum, 1991-; president of In-Depth, Inc., Santa Fe, NM, 1993- ; research associate, Southwest Missouri State University, 1998-

Qualifications: Geoarchaeologist with more than 20 years professional experience in applied geology and cultural resource management consulting; successfully completed more than 75 major archaeology projects; meets the Secretary of the Interior's professional qualification standards in Archaeology

Education: B.S. (Geology), Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa, 1977; M.S. (Geology), University of Iowa, 1981; Ph.D. (Geology), University of Illinois, 1990

Reports and publications: Numerous journal articles, technical reports, book chapters, conference papers, and invited presentations

Ed Hajic can be contacted directly at 55 Camino Cabo, Santa Fe, NM 87508; 505-670-8227 (cell); e.hajic@comcast.net

William H. Isenberger

Position: Cartographer/Partner

Responsibilities: Director of cartography and GIS laboratory; field surveying, digital mapping, computer graphics; manager of the Missouri office

Areas of expertise: Geographic information systems, advanced field mapping, computer assisted drafting, computer modeling, bathymetric mapping; field archaeology (North America and Middle East)

Experience: Field archaeologist and digital cartographer, Archaeological Assessments, Inc., 1985-92; president, Digital Mapping and Graphics, Springfield, MO, 1992-

Qualifications: Cartographer with more than 20 years professional experience in archaeology and cultural resource management consulting; meets the Secretary of the Interior's professional qualifications standards in History

Education: B.A. (Geography and Natural Resources), Southwest Missouri State University, 1982; advanced coursework in land surveying and mathematics at the University of Missouri-Rolla, 1988-89

Reports and publications: Digital maps, graphics, and GIS databases for numerous reports of archaeological investigations, historic preservation projects, academic publications, and websites

Bill Isenberger can be contacted directly at Pathfinder CRM, Missouri Office, 6348 N. Shade Tree Lane, Springfield, Missouri 65803; 417-833-4007; bisenberger@hotmail.com

Robert C. Vogel

Position: Historian/Managing Partner

Responsibilities: Director of historic preservation services and chief administrative officer; archival research, architectural and landscape survey, preservation planning, project management, and report preparation

Areas of expertise: Historical geography of North America; ethnohistory, architectural history, historical archaeology, and preservation planning; specializing in archival research, rural settlement patterns, historic landscapes, vernacular architecture, and local government preservation program development

Experience: president, Robert C. Vogel & Associates, 1978-2004; city historic preservation officer, Cottage Grove, MN, 1981-2002; vice president and senior historian, Bear Creek Archeology, Inc., 1991-99

Qualifications: Historical geographer with more than 25 years professional experience in cultural resource management consulting; successfully completed more than 400 archaeology and historic preservation projects; meets Secretary of the Interior's professional qualifications standards in History and Architectural History

Education: B.A. (Geography and History), University of Minnesota, 1975; postgraduate work in Anthropology (Historical Archaeology), Northwestern State University of Louisiana, 1978; M.A. (Geography), University of Minnesota, 1980

Reports and publications: Author of more than 60 monographs, journal articles, reviews, and technical papers and has contributed to more than 400 cultural resource management and historic preservation reports

Robert Vogel can be contacted directly at Pathfinder CRM, Minnesota Office, 168 W. Main St., P. O. Box 503, Spring Grove, MN 55974; 507-498-3810; rcvogel@springgrove.coop

Juris Zarins

Position: Archaeological Advisor

Responsibilities: Advise partners and clients on all matters relating to archaeology

Areas of expertise: North American and World archaeology, anthropology, and culture history; specializing in the ancient Middle East

Experience: Seasonal crew member, Smithsonian Institution, River Basin Surveys, 1962-64; archaeological advisor, Department of Antiquities and Museums, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1975-77; research associate, Center for Archaeological Studies, Southwest Missouri State University, 1978- ; director, Transarabia Expedition, Sultanate of Oman, 1990-95

Qualifications: Archaeologist with more than 40 years experience in North America, Western Europe, and the Middle East; internationally recognized authority on Near East history and archaeology; member of the faculty in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Southwest Missouri State University since 1978; meets the Secretary of the Interior's professional qualifications standards in Archaeology and a member of the Registry of Professional Archaeologists

Education: B.A. (Anthropology), University of Nebraska, 1967; Ph.D. (Ancient Near East Archaeology), University of Chicago, 1974

Reports and publications: Author of more than 50 monographs, journal articles, and chapters in books, as well as numerous conference papers and contract completion reports

Dr. Zarins can be contacted c/o Pathfinder CRM, Missouri Office, 6348 N. Shade Tree Lane, Springfield, Missouri 65803; 417-766-0799 (cell)

Copyright Pathfinder CRM, Inc. 2006