Andras is a Senior GIS Analyst at the Far Western Desert Branch office with over twelve years of experience with cultural resources and geographic information systems. His responsibilities include collaborating with other Far Western departments, ensuring the quality and accuracy of GIS data, developing tooling for clients and internal and external stakeholders, as well as project-specific map production. He received his Masters of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Cincinnati in 2012, participating in archaeological fieldwork in the Ohio Valley and Mongolia. His graduate research focused on mineralogical and chronological analysis of Late Preclassic to Early Postclassic reservoir sediments at Tikal, Guatemala.
- SWDIV NAVFAC On-Call
- Hill Air Force Base Utah Test and Training Range
- California Department of Parks and Recreation Cultural Resource Database (PCRD) ArcGIS Pro toolbar development
Carpenter, Kim, Kaely Colligan, Stephanie Bennet, and Andras Nagy
Cultural Resource Assessment Audit for Phases 7, 7a, and 8 of the Owens Lake Dust Mitigation Program. Far Western Anthropological Research Group, Inc., Davis, California. Prepared for Air Sciences Inc., Golden, Colorado.
Kenneth B. Tankersley, Brian Lane, Dean J. Wells, Christine Hamburg, and Andras Nagy
Last Glacial Maximum Fauna from Great Saltpeter Cave, Kentucky. Current Research in the Pleistocene 26:177-179.