Mary Whelan is a Geospatial and Research Data Manager in the Informatics and Cyberinfrastructure Services department at the ASU Libraries. She has a Ph.D. in Anthropology and spent 25 years practicing North American archaeology in the Canadian arctic and the Midwestern U.S. Her archaeological research interests include Quaternary paleoecology, faunal analysis, and gender and archaeology.
She received an M.S. in Geographic Information Systems in 2003, and worked as a GIS analyst for ADOT and for Maricopa County before coming to ASU to help design and implement a Geospatial Digital Library.
***tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record) an international digital archive and repository that houses data about archaeological investigations, research, resources, and scholarship.
***TAG (Transatlantic Archaeology Gateway) a project to develop tools for transatlantic cross-searching and semantic interoperability of two archaeological repositories: the Archaeological Data Service (ADS) and tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record).
***MimPIDD (Mimbres Pottery Images Digital Database) a project to add 10,000 Mimbres Pottery images and associated descriptive information to tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record).
Alternate Names: M. et al.? Whelan , M. Whelan , Mary K. Whelan
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- The 1837 Ioway Indian Map Project: Using Geographic Information Systems to Integrate History, Archaeology and Landscape (2003)
- 1837 Ioway Map (2003)
- The 1837 Ioway Map Project - Poster presentation. (2003)
- The 1837 Ioway Map Project: Georeferencing a Historic Native American Map. (2003)
- Bibliography of Archaeological and Paleoenvironmental Publications and Research Reports from the Gast Farm Site (13LA12) and the Gast Spring Site (13LA152) (2002)
- EASTERN IOWA PALEOENVIRONMENTS AND CULTURAL CHANGE: INTRODUCTION AND PALEOECOLOGICAL BACKGROUND (1992)
- THE GAST FARM SITE (13LA12) FAUNAL REMAINS: EARLY-LATE WOODLAND SUBSISTENCE PATTERNS IN SOUTHEASTERN IOWA (1992)
- Gender and Historical Archaeology: Eastern Dakota Patterns in the 19th Century (1991)
- Phase I Archaeological and Architectural Investigation of Trunk Highway 27 Douglas County, Minnesota (2000)
- Radiocarbon dates from the Gast Farm Site (13LA12) (1996)
- Schilling Site (21WA2), Cottage Grove, Minnesota (1987)
- Summary: the Gast Farm Site (13LA12) (1996)