Research Associate / Project Coordinator
Centre for Earth Observation Science

460 Wallace Building
125 Dysart Rd. 
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2M6
ORCID: 0000-0003-1973-1586


Academic Background

PhD., University of Manitoba (2018) - Anthropology

Research Interests

My current research interests are in the area of Palaeo Inuit land use, resources, and mobility in the high arctic through the application of satellite and remote sensing methods. 

Recent and Significant Publications

Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B., ten Bruggencate, R., 2020. Combining remote sensing, geophysics, and lithic provenance and reduction to understand long-term continuity in Paleo-Inuit chert quarrying and seasonal inland travels on southern Baffin Island, NU. Quarternary International. 549 155-162.

Landry, D.B., Ferguson, I.J., Milne, S.B., Serzu, M., Park, R.W., 2018. Integrated geo- physical techniques for the archaeological investigation of LbDt-1, a Paleo-Inuit quarry site in the interior of southern Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. J. Archaeol. Method Theory.

Landry, D.B., Milne, S.B., Park, R.W., Ferguson, I.J., Fayek, M. 2016. Manual Point Cloud Classification and Extraction for Hunter-Gatherer Feature Investigation: A Test Case From Two Low Arctic Paleo-Inuit Sites. Open Archaeology. 2 232-242. DOI 10.1515/opar-2016-0017

Landry, D.B., Ferguson, I.J., Milne, S.B., Park, R.W., 2015. Combined geophysical ap- proach in a complex Arctic archaeological environment: a case study from the LdFa-1 site, southern Baffin Island, Nunavut. Archaeol. Prospect. 22 (3), 157–170.