VITAE:

Mr. Daniel Bach, OWNER, RPA (Registered Professional Archaeologist)

EDUCATION:
Aug. 1997 Master of Arts, University of Wyoming, Department of Anthropology.

May 1993 Bachelor of Arts, University of Northern Colorado, Interdisciplinary Studies: Biological Archaeology.

Dec. 1989 High School Diploma, Thompson Valley High School, Loveland, Colorado.

Minors: Chemistry; Physical Anthropology from UNC.

CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE:

1990 to Present: Held positions from Field Technician to Crew Chief to Plant Specialist to Lab Supervisor.

1997 to Present: Owner of High Plains Macrobotanical Services.
        * Macrobotanical Analysis of 1,600+ features


PAPERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES:

Bach, Daniel
The Importance of Botanical and Faunal Remains in Archaeological Sites. University of Northern Colorado Student Paper Presentation Day. (1993)

Bach, Daniel
Archaeological Investigation of the Valley View Site (5LR1085) in Larimer County with Emphasis on the Botanical and Faunal Remains. Annual Conference of the Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists. (1993).

Bach, Daniel
Reconsidering the Significance of Charred Seeds Found in Hearths. Annual Conference of the Wyoming Archaeological Professional Association/Wyoming Archaeological Association. Casper, Wy. (1997).

Bach, Daniel
Reconsidering the significance of charred seeds recovered from hearths. 55th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Boulder, Colorado. (1997).

Butler, William., Daniel Bach, Louise Elinoff, Sean Larmore, Will Sanborn, R.A. Varnery, Heidi Werner
An Experimental Wickiup. Paper Presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Plains Anthropological Conference, Oct. 20-24 1999. Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Bach, Daniel and Alex Millen
Field Strategies in Mountain Environments: Lessons and Problem-Solving in Rocky Mountain National Park. Paper presented at the 66th Annual Society of American Archaeology Conference, April 18-22, 2001. New Orleans, Louisiana.

Bach, Daniel
Fine Grain Macrofloral Analysis of 27 Prehistoric Features from the Sand Draw Dump Site (48FR3123). Paper Presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Plains Anthropological Conference, Oct. 31- Nov. 3, 2001. Lincoln, Nebraska.

Bach, Daniel
Analyzing Natural and Cultural Patterns of Macrofloral Remains from the Sand Draw Dump Features (48FR3123) has Yielded Insights into Additional Patterns of Hearth Use/Function. Paper presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the Wyoming Archaeological Society. Riverton,Wyoming. April 19-21 2002.

Bach, Daniel
Macrofloral and Limited Geomorphological Analysis of 750 Prehistoric Hearths from Southwestern Wyoming. Paper presented at the Wyoming Archaeological Society, Rawlins, Wyoming. April 30th - May 1st, 2005.

Bach, Daniel
Macrofloral and Limited Geomorphological Analysis of 750 Prehistoric Hearths from Southwestern Wyoming. Paper presented at the 7th Biennial Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference, Park City, Utah. September 15th - 18th, 2005.

Walker, Danny, Daniel Bach, Adam Wiewal and Craig Bromley
2006 Excavations at the Sand Draw Dump Site 48FR3123: A Late Prehistoric Village in the Wind River Basin of Central Wyoming. 64th Annual Plains Conference. Topeka, Kansas. November 8-11, 2006.

CONFERENCES ATTENDED:

1991 Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists. Symposium on Prehistoric Pottery. Boulder, CO.

1993a Annual Conference of the Wyoming Archaeological Professional Association/Wyoming Archaeological Association. Laramie, Wyoming.

1993b Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists Annual Conference; Greeley, Colorado.

1994 Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists. Symposium on Historical Archaeology; Greeley, Colorado.

1995a 53rd Annual Plains Anthropological Conference; Laramie, Wyoming.

1995b Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists. Symposium on Paleoenvironments; Ft. Collins, Colorado.

1996 54th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference; Iowa City, Iowa.

1997a 55th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference; Boulder, Colorado.

1997b Annual Conference of the Wyoming Archaeological Professional Association/Wyoming Archaeological Society. Casper, Wy.

2001a 48th Annual Conference of the Wyoming Archaeological Society. Laramie, Wy.

2001b 59th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference; Lincoln, Nebraska.

2002 Annual Conference of the Wyoming Archaeological Society and the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists, Riverton, Wy.

2005a Annual Conference of the Wyoming Archaeolgical Society and the Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists, Rawlins, Wy.

2005b 7th Bienniel Rocky Mountain Anthropological Conference, Park City, Ut.

2006 Annual Conference of Wyoming Archaeological Society and the Wyoming Associaton of Professional Archaeologists, Cheyenne, Wy. 

2008 Preserve Wyoming 2008: Main Street and Beyond. Historic Preservation Conference, Cheyenne, Wy.

AWARDS:

1993 Colorado Council of Precessional Archaeologist's Ward Weakly Memorial Fund Scholarship. $400 Grant

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES/ORGANIZATIONS:

1993-1998 Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists.

1994-1998 Society for Historical Archaeology

1995 to Present. Plains Anthropological Association

2001 to Present. Member of the Register of Professional Archaeologist.

2005 to Present. Member of Wyoming Association of Professional Archaeologists.

2006 to Present. Member of the Archaeological Institute of America

2006 to Present. Member of the Wyoming Archaeologist Society