Dr. Tom Garlinghouse earned a PhD in Anthropology from the University of California, Davis in 2000, and has been working as a Senior Archaeologist at Albion since 2002. He is involved in all aspects of cultural resource management, from project planning to field implementation. Tom is a faunal analyst with nearly 20 years of experience and has worked with many vertebrate and invertebrate assemblages from numerous sites throughout California. He specializes in the study of subsistence patterns. For his dissertation he examined 9000 years of adaptation on San Clemente Island in southern California. Currently, he is investigating subsistence practices in California missions of the Santa Clara Valley. He has experience working with cultural resource compliance regulations under Federal (NRHP) and state (CEQA) laws, and assumes lead roles in report writing.