Damian Evans

Damian Evans

  • 01202 961599
  • devans at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Demonstrator (Field Archaeology & Collections)
  • Christchurch House C131, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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An Archaeology graduate from Bournemouth (1995) my current job involves the management of existing teaching and reference collections and the post excavation management of the 'Big Dig' Durotriges project. My teaching and laboratory commitments cover all three academic groups within the school of Applied Science focusing predominantly on UG science teaching in Chemistry, Biology and Forensic Science. At a university level I am a Manual Handling trainer, Fire warden, First Aider, H&S adviser, sit on Senate as the School elected member and have recently been elected to be a Senior Investigating Officer for the University on a rota basis. My interests include Entomology, Forensic Entomology, Lowland heaths and the conservation of materials. Outside the university I am an entomological adviser for INFORCE and a team leader for Blake Emergency services

Journal Articles


  • Evans, D. and Green, I., 2016. Soil fauna and their effects on decomposition within coniferous and deciduous tree soil sample. In: Kars, H. and van den Eijkel, L., eds. Soil in Criminal and Environmental Forensics: Proceedings of the Soil Forensics Special, 6th European Academy of Forensic Science Conference, The Hague. Springer International Publishing.
  • Camplin, R.J., Evans, D. and Green, I.D., 2016. Soil Fauna and Their Effects on Decomposition Within Coniferous and Deciduous Tree Soil Samples. 263-273.


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