Profile: Andrew Hutsky

Term Assistant Professor

office: 3457 Exploratory Hall


Degree: Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2015)
Degree: M.S., University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2011)
Degree: B.S., University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown (2009)

Scientific Interests



Hutsky, A.J., Fielding, C.R., and Frank, T.D. (2016) Evidence for a total petroleum system within the Frontier Formation of the Uinta-Piceance Basin Petroleum Province: AAPG Bulletin.

Hutsky, A.J., and Fielding, C.R. (2016) The offshore bar revisited: a new depositional model for isolated shallow marine sandstones within the Cretaceous Frontier Formation of the northern Uinta Basin, Utah, USA: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 86, p. 38-58.

Hutsky, A.J., and Fielding, C.R. (2015) A field guide to the middle to upper Turonian Frontier Formation, ‘Vernal Delta Complex’, northern Uinta Basin, Utah and Colorado, in, Birgenheier, L.P., Ressetar, R., and Vanden Berg, M.D, eds., The Uinta Basin: Utah Geological Association, Publication 45, p. 49-67.

Fielding, C.R., Hutsky, A.J., and Hurd, T.J. (2014) Deltaic deposits formed under spatially   variable accommodation regimes: a plausible alternative explanation for isolated marine sandstone bodies: AAPG Bulletin, v. 98, p. 893-909.

Hurd, T.J., Fielding, C.R., and Hutsky, A.J. (2014) Variability in sedimentological and ichnological signatures across a fluvially-dominated delta deposit: Peay Sandstone Member (Cenomanian) of the northern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 84, p. 1-18.

Hutsky, A.J., Fielding, C.R. Hurd, T.J., and Clark, C.K. (2012) Sedimentology and stratigraphy of the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian) Frontier Formation, northeast Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, U.S.A.: Mountain Geologist, v. 49, p. 77-98.