Lindsey Cochran is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Laboratory of Archaeology with the University of Georgia. She holds a PhD from the University of Tennessee and an MA from the University of West Florida. Dr. Cochran is an anthropological archaeologist with specialties in historical archaeology and spatial archaeology. Her research in historical archaeology focuses on antebellum culture in the Georgia lowcountry using geospatial methods to understand past people’s interaction with natural and cultural landscapes. She is also working to create an estimate of which cultural heritage sites on the Georgia Bight will be impacted by climate change and when.