PhD Candidate, University of Adelaide
Wallace Boone Law is currently a PhD Candidate and member of the Spatial Sciences Group in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Adelaide. Boone conducts research in the areas of Environmental Remote Sensing, Geospatial Science, and Archaeology. His current PhD project is 'Using Aerial and Satellite Remote Sensing Technologies to Investigate Past Aboriginal Land Use and Archaeological Site Distribution in the Australian Arid Zone.' He is also a Senior Archaeologist with Scarp Archaeology Pty Ltd and an Associate Investigator with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage at James Cook University. His academic qualifications include a BA in Anthropology from Texas Tech University and GDip/MPhil degrees in Archaeology and Palaeoanthropology from the Australian National University.
On the night of January 9 2020, my wife and I secured our Kangaroo Island home and anxiously monitored the South Australian Country Fire Service (CFS) website for bushfire advice. After many horrific weeks of bushfires,...