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Key Personnel

Martin Roseveare MSc BSc(Hons) MEAGE FGS MCIfA

Director, Senior Geophysicist

Martin specialised (MSc) in geophysical prospection for shallow applications and since 1997 has worked in commercial geophysics. Elected a GeolSoc Fellow in 2009 he is now working towards achieving CSci. A member of the European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers, he has served on the EuroGPR and CIfA GeoSIG committees and on the scientific committees of the 10th and 11th Archaeological Prospection conferences. He has reviewed papers for the EAGE Near Surface conference, was a technical reviewer of the Irish NRA geophysical guidance and is a founding member of the ISSGAP soils group. Professional interests include the application of geophysics to agriculture and the environment, e.g. groundwater and geohazards. He is also a software writer and equipment integrator with significant experience of embedded systems.

Anne Roseveare BEng(Hons) DIS MISoilSci

Operations Manager, Environmental Geophysicist - Data Analyst

On looking beyond engineering, Anne turned her attention to environmental monitoring and geophysics. She is a Member of the British Society of Soil Science (BSSS) and has specific areas of interest in soil physics & hydrology, agricultural applications and industrial sites. Amongst other contributions to the archaeological geophysics sector over the last 18 years, Anne was the founding Editor of the International Society for Archaeological Prospection (ISAP) and is a founding member of the ISSGAP soils group. Specifications, logistics, safety, data handling & analysis are integral parts of her work, though she is happily distracted by the possibilities of discovering lost cities, hillwalking and good food.

REC-L2+L3, IOSH Managing Safely (July 2017)

Daniel Lewis MA BA(Hons) ACIfA

Archaeological Consultant

Daniel studied archaeology at the University of Nottingham and worked in field archaeology for many years, managing urban and rural fieldwork projects in and around Herefordshire. When the desk became more appealing he jumped into the world of consulting, working on small and large multi-discipline projects throughout England and Wales. At the same time, he returned to University, gaining an MA in Historic Environment Conservation. With over 15 years' experience in the heritage sector, Daniel has a diverse portfolio of skills. Here he ensures that geophysical work within the heritage sector is well grounded in the archaeology. His spare time includes much running up mountains.

Jack Wild BSc(Hons) FGS

Environmental Geophysicist - Systems

Down to earth and a Plymouth University graduate in geology Jack entered the world of shallow geophysics with an Atkinson Leapfrog. Happiest when in the field he has undertaken geological projects Europe wide including in Sicily and the Spanish Pyrenees and closer to home has studied much of the Cornish and Devon coast. The mystery of what lies below drives his interest in the collection and interpretation of high quality data - be it from magnetometry or GPR he just cannot resist(ivity)! Jack is a Fellow of the Geological Society.

LANTRA CLVA06X(ATV), REC-L2, CSCS-AQP, IOSH Managing Safely (July 2017)

Kathryn Cunningham BSc(Hons) FGS

Environmental Geophysicist - Field Management

Kathryn has been with TigerGeo since its inception and has undertaken over 100 surveys comprising total field magnetometry, twin probe resistivity, electrical resistance tomography, ground penetrating radar and laser-scanning. Her particular role is to ensure all aspects of fieldwork run smoothly, including site-specific paperwork, liaison, internal auditing and risk assessment. In addition she has increasing responsibilities in data processing and interpretation. She graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Applied Geology in 2015 from the University of Plymouth, is a Fellow of the Geological Society and enjoys acrobatics and sunny days.

LANTRA CLVA06X(ATV), REC-L2+L3, CSCS-AQP

Toby Collins BSc(Hons)

Engineering Geophysicist

Toby studied a degree in Engineering Geology and Geotechnics at the Camborne School of Mines in Cornwall. Since completing this he has spent eight years working in a range of underground metalliferous mines in Australia as a Geotechnical Engineer. This covered three states and a range of precious and base metal mines. Involving everything from data collection and interpretation through to ground support design and mine sequencing \ scheduling. He has recently returned to the UK to peruse an ongoing career in geotechnics and geophysics. Outside of work he enjoys being outside, whether that be walking in the British uplands or climbing on the Cornish sea cliffs.

LANTRA CLVA06X(ATV), CSCS-AQP

Luigi Benente MSc

Environmental Geophysicist

Luigi is an experienced geologist specialized in geophysics, who gained a blend of practical and technical experience within explorations carried out in Italy, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Uzbekistan, Thailand and Nigeria. Resourceful and hardworking with a positive attitude in problem solving, he has the ability to lead a team through challenging tasks, organizing people and equipment in order to hit the goal in safety and with time conscious professionalism. He is attracted to discover hidden things within the earth and after celebrating with friends, good wine, good beer and lots of food he is able to repair most broken things...

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