Dr. Jeff Rasic specializes in prehistoric stone tool technology and the archaeology of northern hunter-gatherers. He is particularly interested in how the earliest people of the North made a living at the end of the last ice age. He is currently the acting curator of Archaeology at the University of Alaska Museum of the North, and an archaeologist at the National Park Service in Fairbanks. He has worked in the Caribbean, and throughout the United States, and since 1995 has focused on field work and research projects in Alaska, especially the northern and interior portions of the state.

Name: Jeff Rasic
Occupation: Researcher
Organization: Museum of the North and National Park Service
Location:

Fairbanks, AK
United States

Expeditions:
Early Human Settlement in Arctic Alaska, Early Human Settlement in Arctic Alaska 2011, Early Human Settlement in Arctic Alaska 2012