Jamey is an Associate Center Director for Geology for the Alaska Science Center.
His research is focused on the bedrock geology, tectonic evolution, and mineral resources of Alaska and western North America. He specializes in field geology, structural geology, metamorphic petrology, and U-Pb geochronology. USGS areas of focus include the Mineral Resources Program and the National Cooperative Mapping Program. Past and ongoing projects are also focused on the Precambrian tectonic evolution of the southwestern United States.
2022 - Present Associate Center Director for Geology, USGS Alaska Science Center
2011 - 2022 Research Geologist, USGS Alaska Science Center
2005 - 2011 Professor, University of Minnesota Morris and University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Education and Certifications
Ph.D. 2005 University of Texas at Austin Geology
M.S. 1999 University of Wyoming Geology
B.S. 1997 University of the South Geology