Scattered Episode 03: Coyotes – Interview with Dr. Shelley Alexander

Dr. Shelley Alexander is a Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. She specializes in canid (dog species, including wolves, coyotes, domestic dogs) behaviour, and uses non-invasive approaches (like tracking) to observe their movements and infer their behaviour. In this episode we talk about: Shelley’s research and howContinue reading “Scattered Episode 03: Coyotes – Interview with Dr. Shelley Alexander”

Scattered Episode 02: A Path to Forensic Archaeology – Interview with Dr. Alexandria Young

Dr. Alexandria Young is a forensic archaeologist. She obtained her PhD with the study entitled, “An Investigation of patterns of mammalian scavenging in relation to vertebrate skeletal remains in a Northwestern European context: forensic applications”, from Bournemouth University in 2013. In this episode we talk about: Alexandria’s journey to doing a PhD on scattered andContinue reading “Scattered Episode 02: A Path to Forensic Archaeology – Interview with Dr. Alexandria Young”