I have an interview with a city archaeologist for a two-month monitoring job coming up next week. I have never done any monitoring before (sort of terrifying), but I really need this job, and I'm eager to have new experience for my CV. I've come here to appeal for advice for a newbie monitor. I want to avoid rookie mistakes, and I want to do the archaeology justice and comport myself in a professional manner. Any words of wisdom you ladies can offer would be much appreciated. Also, anyone who has experience with Pacific NW coastal soils, or can point me at relevant online articles and reports. I grew up in the NW, but this is the first time I've lived here since I graduated high school.
Thanks in advance!
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