Jay Clausen is a Physical Research Scientist with the US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) in Hanover, New Hampshire. Since 2005, Jay has conducted research on the application of the Incremental Sampling Methodology (ISM) to military ranges containing energetics and metals in particulate form as well as the fate-and-transport of lead, tungsten, and energetics. Jay routinely presents at conferences and publishes peer-reviewed journal articles, and government reports. Prior to joining CRREL, Jay worked for 14 years in the environmental consulting field for AMEC as a Senior Hydrogeologist/Project Manager and Lockheed Martin focused on Department of Defense and Department of Energy issues. Jay earned a bachelor's degree in geology from the University of
Nebraska in Omaha in 1987, a master's degree in the geosciences from the
University of Maine in Orono in 1990, and a PhD focused on the application of ISM techniques to soils containing metals from the Natural Resources and Earth System Science program at the University of New Hampshire in Durham in 2015. Jay is a certified professional geologist in the states of Kentucky, New Hampshire, Texas, and Washington and a certified professional hydrogeologist in the state of Washington.