Dr. Jeff Rasic is a National Park Service Archaeologist. He has excavated Ice Age Cave deposits on the Yukon River, led the underwater archaeology of Agiak Lake, and the archaeology of a prehistoric caribou drive. Dr. Rasic specializes in the archaeology of northern hunter-gatherers and is particularly interested in the earliest inhabitants of the north and how they made a living at the end of the last ice age. Since 1995, Dr. Rasic has focused on field work and research projects in Alaska, especially the northern and interior portions of the state.
✧Ancient Hunters of the Western Brooks Range: Integrating Research and Cultural Resource Management Jeff Rasic
✧Excavations at the Hungry Fox Archeological Site, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Jeff Rasic