United States
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research

Jamey Stutz

Research Scientist
The Ohio State University
Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center
Research Interests
Jamey Stutz is a glacial geologists specializing using surface exposure dating to reconstruct past glaciers in Antarctica. His work involves deep field work in formerly glaciated areas adjacent to some of the largest glaciers on earth. His work sheds light on how glaciers have changed since the last ice age which helps confidently predicting how the cryosphere will change in the future. Jamey is passionate about outreach and enjoys sharing his experiences with his community. Jamey is now the assistant Director of the Polar Rock Repository (PRR). The PRR provides physical samples (rocks, dredges, tills etc with associated supporting data). The PRR also provides a historical media archive of remote locations around Antarctica. Samples and data can be found at https://prr.osu.edu
Antarctic Research Location(s)
McMurdo Station
Field camp - fixed wing access
Field camp - helicopter access
Field camp - ship access
Research Keywords
Glacial geology, cosmogenic nuclides, glacier reconstruction, repository
NSF Antarctic Program
Antarctic Earth Sciences
Other NSF Antarctic Programs
Antarctic Glaciology
Antarctic Organisms and Ecosystems
SCAR Science Group Affiliation
Physical Sciences Group
Current SCAR Group Participation
INSTANT, PAIS, SERCE, Geosciences Group, Geological Heritage and Geo-conservation