AACAI

Australian Association Of Consulting Archaeologists Inc

Member Profiles: Kasey Robb

ROBB, Kasey

Biosis Pty Ltd
Port Melbourne VIC 3207
P: 03 8686 4818
M: 0449 267 071
Send Kasey an email

Availability:
All States and regions
Qualifications:
BSc (Biochemistry) BA Hons (Archaeology) MSc (Bioarchaeology)

Professional Associations and Positions

New Zealand Archaeological Association
Australian Archaeological Association

Historical

  • Site Survey
  • Site Recording
  • Excavation

Indigenous

  • Site Survey
  • Site Recording
  • Excavation

Consulting Experience

Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands - 10 years

Selected Publications

Robb, K.F. and P.D. Nunn. 2014.
Vatutāqiri: An Immense Stone-walled Fortification on the Vatia Peninsula, Northern Viti Levu Island, Fiji.
People and Culture in Oceania
30:1–19

Lawler, M; Arnold, R; Robb, K.F; Herries, A.I.R; Lovett, T; Keogh, C; Phelan, M; Falconer, S.E; Fall, P.L;, Tummey, J; Stammers, R; James-Lee, T. and I. Berelov. 2014.
The Browns Creek Community Archaeology Project: preliminary results from the survey and excavation of a late Holocene shell midden on the Victorian coast.
In Spry, C; Frankel, D; Lawrence, S; Berelov, I. and S. Canning (eds) Excavations, Surveys and Heritage Management in Victoria Volume 3 pp.43-52.

Robb, K.F. and P.D. Nunn 2014
Changing role of nearshore-marine foods in the subsistence economy of inland upland communities during the last millennium in the tropical Pacific Islands: insights from the Ba River Valley, northern Viti Levu Island, Fiji.
Environmental Archaeology
19:1-11

Robb.K.F. and P.D. Nunn 2012
Nature and chronology of Prehistoric Settlement on the Vatia Peninsula, Northern Viti Levu Island, Fiji.
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology
7:272-281

Robb. K. F; Buckley H.R; Spriggs, M and S. Bedford. 2010
Cortical Index in Three Prehistoric Human Pacific Island Samples
Intrnational Journal of Osteoarchaeology
22: 284-293

Buckley. H.R; Tayles, N, Halcrow. S; Robb, K.F. and Fyfe, R. 2010
The People of Wairau Bar: A Re-evaluation
Journal of Pacific Archaeology
1:1-20