Jim Dunbar is an archaeologist with a research focus on Paleoindian (and pre-Clovis) populations, primarily in Florida. He has probably seen more Paleoindian sites than anyone in Florida. He was an employee with the Bureau of Archaeological Research and is now engaged full-time in archaeological research. He has an extensive publication record and recently completed his Ph.D. in Anthropology (2012). His research includes the excavations at Wakulla Springs (funded by National Geographic), Norden site, Page-Ladson on the Aucilla River (field work 2012) and dozens of other sites.