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Northeast California Resource Advisory Council


Dr. Frank Bayham

Archaeological/Historical

Term Expires 09/19/2012


Mr. Bayham is a professor of anthropology and archaeology at California State University, Chico, a position he has held since 1985.  He represents archaeology and historic interests on the council.  He is a highly respected scholar and has studied the northeast California region for more than fifteen years.   Dr. Bayham provides experience and knowledge to the council about the critical need and federal obligation to protect the cultural resources on public lands.

Dr. Bayham holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biology, a Masters of Science in anthropology and archaeology and a PhD in anthropology and archaeology.  He is a member of six professional organizations and has more than 60 publications to his credit.