Jeremy Menzer, PhD

Director of Geophysics and Remote Sensing

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, BS Geology

East Tennessee State University, MS Geosciences

University of Arkansas, PhD Environmental Dynamics


Jeremy Menzer joined CRA in 2022 as the Director of Geophysics and Remote Sensing. He earned his doctorate in Environmental Dynamics focusing on advanced geophysical collection and data processing techniques, specializing in magnetic depth estimation. He began practicing near-surface geophysics for geologic applications using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) in 2011 and performed his first archaeo-geophysical survey using magnetometry in 2013. Since then, he has broadened his background to include electromagnetic induction (EMI), electrical resistivity, down-hole techniques, photogrammetry, and other remote sensing techniques. When possible he uses a multi-method approach for all field surveys. He is an advocate for the use of Free and Open-Source Software (FOSS) and enjoys coding geoscience based tools and algorithms for archaeological applications.


In his spare time, he enjoys reading, cooking, rebuilding his classic truck (1955 International R100), and experiencing the great outdoors. He is always ready to travel to a new destination and looks forward to checking a new country off his visited list.