Graduate Thesis Library

Since the our founding in 1926, Masters and Doctoral graduates in the Department of Geophysics have published more than 900 research theses.  A complete, searchable list of those publications appears below.

Colorado School of Mines no longer publishes hard-bound copies of graduate theses.  Theses published since 2012 are available on-line through the Arthur Lakes Library.  For a thesis published prior to 2012, print copies may be available for purchase via the Library’s digitization page.  

GEOPHYSICS MASTER OF SCIENCE AND PHD THESES, 1928 – PRESENT

Last NameFirst NameDegreeYearTitle
AndersonEthanMS2019The Effects of Conductive Well Casings on Electromagnetic Surveys: Experimental Studies and Numerical Modelling
AtkinsonJaredPhD2019Cryogenic Penetration and Relaxation Behavior of Dry and Icy Lunar Regolith Simulants
BaiTongPhD2019Modeling, Imaging and Waveform Inversion in Attenuative Anisotropic Media
CorwinPatrickMS2019Seismic Inversion for the Vaca Muerta Shale of the Neuquen Basin, Argentina
CuttlerStephenMS2019Estimating Geoelectric Fields for Geoelectric Hazard Assessment:
An Examination of Data and Models Within Complex Physiographic Zones
HasanovAzarPhD2019Rock Physics Investigations Using Pressure Oscillations
Jarillo MichelOscarPhD2019Elastic Waveform Inversion of Microseismic Data in Anisotropic Media
LajoieLiaPhD2019New Approaches to Studying Shallow Fault Zone Properties With High-Resolution Topography
Lim Chen NingIvanPhD2019Multicomponent Distributed Acoustic Sensing: Concept, Theory, and Applications
LiuZhuoMS2019Effects of Anisotropic Magnetic Susceptibility in Data Interpretation and Its Potential in Application
MifkovicMaxMS2019Imaging Ahead of a Tunnel Boring Machine with DC Resistivity: A Laboratory and Numerical Study
PowersHaydenMS2019Predicting oil production from stochastic AVA inversion attributes
SchultzWhitneyMS2019Time-Lapse Multicomponent Geophone and DAS VSP Processing and Analysis
TuppenCharles A.MS2019Inversion of Nine-Component Land Seismic Data: A Case Study in the Eagle Ford Shale
AkarapatimaThanyanatMS2018Model Comparisons of Multivariate Statistics with Theoretical Predictions of Elastic Properties in Sandstones
AzizianMitraPhD2018Stochastic Inversion of Seismic Data by Implementing Image Quilting to Build a Litho-facies Model for Reservoir Characterization of Delhi Field, LA
BrattonTomPhD2018Stress Induced Changes in Elastic Wave Attributes in the Wattenberg Field, Colorado, USA
BrayMatthewPhD2018Velocity, Attenuation, and Microseismic Uncertainty Analysis of the Niobrara and Montney Reservoirs
Carvalho Rocha, Jr.DanielPhD2018Wavefield Inversion and Tomography Using the Energy Norm
CopleyMatthew K.MS2018Seismic Characterization of Niobrara Fluid and Rock Properties: A 4D Study And Multicomponent (3C) Analysis
DavesJacquelynMS2018Horizontal Receiver Azimuth Orientation Estimates and Poststack Inversion
JansenJohannaPhD2018Small Scale Gravity Anomalies Observed in Grail Gravity Data
JreijSamirMS2018The Feasibility of Using Distributed Acoustic Sensors in Surface Seismic Application
KarasozenEzgiPhD2018Seismotectonics of Turkey and Iran from Calibrated Earthquake Relocations
KarasozenEzgiPhD2018Seismotectonics of Turkey and Iran from Calibrated Earthquake Relocations
LiVladimirPhD2018Image-Domain Wavefield Tomography in Transversely Isotropic Media
LiXunMS2018A Unified Interpretation of Nonlinear Elasticity in Granular Solids
MeloAline T.PhD2018Integrated Quantitative Interpretation of Multiple Geophysical Data for Geology Differentiation
OmarSamaraMS2018Multicomponent Seismic Analysis for Velocity Variations with Azimuth Related to Horizontal Transverse Isotropy
PareAndrewMS2018DC Resistivity Inversion for Structural Information
PawelecIgaMS2018Uncertainty Quantification in Seismic Imaging
PohlMathiasPhD2018Ultrasonic and Electrical Properties of Hydrate-Bearing Sediments
SafipourRoxanaPhD2018Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods for Submarine Massive Sulfide Exploration: A Case Study of the Palinuro Seamount, Tyrrhenian Sea
SchindlerMandyPhD2018On Pore-Scale Imaging and Elasticity of Unconsolidated Sediments
WibowoNoorPhD2018Seismic Reservoir Characterization of the Najmah Formation, Raudhatain Field, North Kuwait
AlfataiergeAhmedMS20173D Modeling and Characterization of Hydraulic Fracture Efficiency Integrated with 4D/9C Time-Lapse Seismic Interpretations in the Niobrara Formation, Wattenberg Field, Denver Basin
Andrade de AlmeidaLucasMS2017Seismic Data Interpolation Using Sparsity Constrained Inversion
BaileyAustin R.MS2017Examination of Anisotropy Using Amplitude Variation with Angle and Azimuth (AVAZ) in the Woodford Shale, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma
BalzaAndreaMS2017Joint interpretation of time-lapse gravity data and production data for a gas reservoir
Barbosa MurilloPaulaMS2017Sequence stratigraphic analysis & anisotropic elastic moduli determination of the Vaca Muerta Formation, Neuquen Basin, Argentina
BlossBenjaminMS2017Powerline contamination in time-domain electromagnetic data: Experiment, theory, and basic building blocks
BoonyasatphanPratMS2017Reservoir Characterization for Unconventional Resource Potential, Pitsanulok Basin, Onshore Thailand
Convers GomezCarlosMS2017Prediction of Reservoir Properties for Geomechanical Analysis Using 3-D Seismic Data and Rock Physics Modeling in the Vaca Muerta Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina
GrechishnikovaAlenaPhD2017Niobrara Discrete Fracture Network: From Outcrop Surveys to Subsurface Reservoir Models
HarryandiSheilaMS2017Facies Modeling Using 3D Pre-Stack Simultaneous Seismic Inversion and Multi-Attribute Probability Neural Network Transform in the Wattenberg Field, Colorado
HorvathDavidPhD2017Planetary Hydrology: Implications for the Past Martian Climate and Present Titan Lake Hydrology Using Numerical Models of the Hydrologic Cycles on Titan and Mars
JohnsonJames R.MS2017Applications of Geostatistical Seismic Inversion to the Vaca Muerta, Neuquen Basin, Argentina
JohnsonKendraPhD2017Applications of High Resolution Topography in Tectonic Geomorphology
KohnkeColton J.MS2017Electromagnetic effects of steel-cased wells
NorthRyan E.PhD2017The Effects of Wideband Complex Electromagnetic Properties of Soils on Geophysical Sensor Performance
NurhasanAbdullahPhD20174D Processing and Time-Lapse Azimuthal Amplitude Analysis Using Legacy Surveys for Niobrara Reservoir Characterization, Wattenberg Field, Colorado
PattnaikSonaliMS2017Full Waveform Inversion with Reflected Waves for Acoustic 2D VTI Media
UtleyJacobMS2017Time-Lapse PP Seismic to Characterize Stimulation and Production Behavior in the Niobrara and Codell Reservoirs Wattenberg Field, Colorado, US
YinQianMS2017Time-Lapse Gravity Data at Prudhoe Bay: New Understanding through Integration with Reservoir Simulation Models
AndrewsBenMS2016Shear-wave splitting and attenuation analysis of downhole microseismic data for reservoir characterization of the Montney Formation, Pouce Coupe, Alberta
AriasEliasMS2016Seismic slope estimation: Analyses in 2D/3D
Avila VizuettKarlaMS2016Application of the seismic quality factor versus offset and azimuth (QVOA) for fractured reservoir characterization
BridgesMasonMS2016Mechanical properties of the Niobrara
BrushJenniferMS2016Faults and fractures in the Niobrara Formation of Wattenberg Field, Colorado
ButlerEmilyMS2016P-wave seismic time-lapse analysis of horizontal well completions causing pressure compartmentalization
Diaz PantinEsteban FernandoPhD2016Extended imaging and tomography under two-way operators
DuanYutingPhD2016Elastic wavefield migration and tomography
EppehimerJarredMS2016Spatio-temporal microseismic analysis of the Woodford Shale, Canadian County, Oklahoma
FoksN. LeonPhD2016Using adaptive sampling and triangular meshes for the processing and inversion of potential field data
GrazulisAlexandra K.MS2016Analysis of stress and geomechanical properties in the Niobrara Formation of Wattenberg Field, Colorado, USA
KamathNishantPhD2016Full-waveform inversion in 2D VTI media
MabreyAlexandriaMS2016Rock quality index for Niobrara horizontal well drilling and completion optimization, Wattenberg Field, Colorado
MuellerStaciMS2016Application of time-lapse seismic shear wave inversion to characterize the stimulated rock volume in the Niobrara and Codell Reservoirs, Wattenberg Field, CO
PaskvichStephenMS2016Phase-shift measurement analyses of time-lapse multicomponent seismic data over a multi-well hydraulic stimulation, Wattenberg Field, Denver Basin
SinghSatyanPhD2016An inverse scattering approach to imaging using Marchenko equations in the presence of a free surface
WangHuiMS2016Seismic waveform modeling and inversion in acoustic orthorhombic media
WuXinmingPhD20163D seismic image processing for interpretation
Carvalho Rocha, Jr.DanielMS2015Wavefield imaging using the energy norm
DudleyColton M.MS2015Integrating horizontal borehole imagery and cluster analysis with microseismic data for Niobrara/Codell Reservoir characterization, Wattenberg Field, Colorado, USA
Fernandez-ConchesoJorge E.MS2015Characterizing an unconventional reservoir with conventional seismic data: A case study using seismic inversion for the Vaca Muerta Formation, Neuquen Basin, Argentina
GayerJames L.MS2015Artificial maturation of oil shale: the Irati formation from the Parana Basin, Brazil
GrazianoChristopher F.MS2015Wavelets and warping PS seismic images
GuzmanSusanaMS2015Forward modeling and inversion of potential field data using partial differential equations
Jarillo MichelOscarMS2015Estimation of microseismic source parameers by anisotropic waveform inversion
KeenanJamesMS2015Stress prediction, fracture detection, and multiple attribute analysis of seismic attributes in a Barnett shale gas reservoir, Fort Worth basin, Texas
KnaakAllisonPhD20153D synthetic aperture for controlled-source electromagnetics
MarkeyCraigMS2015Geophysical properties of carbon monoxide when used as an enhanced oil recovery agent
MartinezCericia D.PhD2015Quantitative interpretation of airborne gravity gradiometry data for mineral exploration
MeyerClintonMS2015A laboratory investigation of the thermoelectric effect in clean silica sands
MotamediTaranehMS2015Time-lapse characterization of the Niobrara Reservoir from multicomponent seismic data, Wattenberg Field, Colorado
PedrassiMauricioMS2015Application of waveform tomography at Campos Basin field, Brazil
PitcherTravis M.MS2015Joint geophysical and geomechanical analysis of in-situ stress, Wattenberg Field, Colorado, USA
RapstineThomas D.MS2015Gravity gradiometry and seismic interpretation integration using spatially guided fuzzy C-means clustering inversion
RittgersJustin B.PhD2015Active and passive electrical and seismic time-lapse monitoring of earthen embankments
SunJiajiaPhD2015Joint inversion of multiple geophysical data and its application to geology differentiation
TamimiNaserPhD2015Determination of seismic anisotropy parameters from multicomponent vertical seismic profiles for improved seismic imaging and reservoir characterization
VinalIreneMS2015Multicomponent seismic monitoring of stress arching in the overburden due to hydraulic fracturing in the Montney Shale at Pouce Coupe Field, Alberta, Canada
WheelerLoraleeMS2015Automatic and simultaneous correlation of multiple well logs
WhiteMatthew D.MS2015Time-lapse interpretation of P-wave data for a hydraulically fractured reservoir, Wttenberg Field, Colorado
WisniewskiMatthew J.MS2015A geophysical investigation of Jersey Valley geothermal field using magnetotelluric and gravity data
WoodruffWilliam F.PhD2015Multiscale properties of unconventional reservoir rocks
ZhangJunweiPhD2015Parts-based geophysical inversion with application to water flooding interface detection and geological facies detection
ZhouJieyiPhD2015Structure-constrained image-guided inversion of geophysical data
BazarganiFarhadPhD2014Optimal wave focusing for seismic source imaging
ChinaemeremKanuPhD2014Time-lapse monitoring of localized changes within heterogeneous media with scattered waves
ColemanCamriel A.MS2014Refining magnetic amplitude methodology for use in the presence of remanent magnetization
ComptonStefanMS2014Automatic multicomponent image registration
Diaz PantinEsteban FernandoMS2014Understanding the reverse time migration backscattering: noise or signal?
DoumaJohannesMS2014Improved temporal and spatial focusing using deconvolution: theoretical, numerical and experimental studies
DuenasClaudiaMS2014Understanding rock quality heterogeneity of Montney Shale Reservoir, Pouce Coupe Field, Alberta, Canada
El KhouryPaulMS2014An investigation of the seismoelectric beamforming imaging technique
HasanovAzarMS2014Reservoir transport and poroelastic properties from oscillating pore pressure experiments
IttharatDetchaiMS20143D radio reflection imaging of asteroid interiors
KreeprasertkulKrittiMS2014Joint inversion of 9C 3D seismic data for reservoir characterization in the Bakken Formation, Banner Field, Mountrail County, North Dakota
LeeMatthew J.MS2014Source mechanism characterization and integrated interpretation of microseismic data monitoring two hydraulic stimulations in Pouce Coupe Field, Alberta
LuoSimonPhD2014Improved methods of reflection seismic data processing for velocity estimation, imaging, and interpretation
MacFarlaneTyler L.MS2014Amplitude inversion of fast and slow converted waves for fracture characterization of the Montney Formation in Pouce Coupe Field, Alberta, Canada
MunozAndrewMS2014Automatic simultaneous multiple-well ties
PutmanBrent D.MS2014Aspects of time-lapse electrical resistivity monitoring in geotechnical and reservoir problems
ReitzAnya M.MS2014Feasability of time-lapse gravity gradiometry for reservoir monitoring
RodriguesPatricia E.PhD2014Shear modulus of heavy oils, rheometer measurements: confinement effect and amplitude dependence
RydzyMarisa B.PhD2014The effect of hydrate formation on the elastic properties of unconsolidated sediment
ShekarBarathPhD2014Modeling, evaluation, ans asymptotic analysis of attenuation anisotropy
AbdullaMohamedMS2013Numerical investigation of coal seam gas detection using airborne electromagnetics
AtshanImad O.MS2013Waterflood monitoring using borehole self-potential data
BarnierGuillaumeMS2013Detecting electrical and hydraulic heterogeities using seimic focusing and seismoelectric conversions
Bishop, Jr.John E.MS2013Multicomponent seisimic monitoring of strain due to CO2 injection at Delhi Field, Louisiana
BrogginiFilippoPhD2013Wave field autofocsing and applications to multidimensional deconvolution and imaging with internal multiples
CaiPengfeiMS2013Joint migration velocity analysis of PP- and PS-waves for VTI media
Carvajal MenesesCarla C.MS2013Dynamic reservoir characterization using 4D multicomponent seismic data and rock physics modeling at Delhi field, Louisiana
CarvalhoMarianaMS2013Analysis of the repeatability of time-lapse 3D VSP multicomponent surveys, Delhi Field
ComegysLillian R.MS20139C-3D seismic interpretation of the Bakken formation, Banner field, North Dakota
DavisBrian J.MS2013Erosion-driven uplift and tectonics at Valles Marineris, Mars
Forghani-AraniFarnoushPhD2013Analysis and suppression of passive noise in surface microseismic data
HaasAllan K.PhD2013External detection and localization of well leaks in aquifer zones
IkardScottPhD2013Geoelectric monitoring of seepage in porous media with engineering applications to earthen dams
IronsTrevor P.PhD2013A flexible automatically adaptive surface nuclear magnetic resonance modelling and inversion framework incorporating complex data and static dephasing dynamics
KarasozenEzgiMS2013The formation mechanism of South Tharsis Ridge Belt, Mars
KwonMyoung JaeMS2013Two unconventional approaches to electromagnetic inversion: hierarchial Bayesian inversion and inverse scattering series
LubisMuhammad Husni MubarakMS2013Time-lapse 3D VSP monitoring of a CO2 injection project at Delhi Field, Louisiana
MacLennanKristopherPhD2013Methods for addressing noise and error in controlled source electromagnetic data
MahardikaHarryPhD2013Coupled Hydromechanical and Electromagnetic Responses in Unsaturated Porous Media: Theory, Observation, and Numerical Simulations
MartinKathrynMS2013Detecting the presence of two hydrogen bearing fluids through the T2 distribution under cirmcumstances similar to those found in near surface NMR
MartinsLuiz M. R.MS2013From OBC seismic to porosity volume: a pre-stack analysis of a turbidite reservoir, Deepwater Campos Basin, Brazil
NakataNorimitsuPhD2013Seismic interferometry for temporal monitoring
PerroneFrancescoPhD2013Wavefield tomography using image-warping
PutriIndah HermansyahMS2013Time-lapse AVO fluid inversion for dynamic reservoir characterization in Delhi Field, Louisiana
SchiltzKelsey KristineMS2013Multicomponent seismic reservoir characterization of a steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) heavy oil project, Athabasca Oil Sands, Alberta
SinghParistoshPhD2013Processing, inversion, and interpretation of 9C-3D seismic data for characterizing the Morrow A Sandstone, Postle Field, Oklahoma
SmithSteven S.PhD2013Modeling and inversion of stress-induced multicomponent seismic time shifts
SteinhoffChristopherMS2013Multicomponent seismic monitoring of the effective stimulated volume associated with hydraulic fracture simulations in a shale reservoir, Pouce Coupe Field, Alberta, Canada
WandlerAaron VallejoPhD2013Estimating the influence of stress on elastic wave velocities from measurements made at different scales on sandstone facies
WoolfRachel VestMS2013Time lapse gravity monitoring at Coso geothermal field
YangTongningPhD2013Wavefield tomography using extended images
ZeiglerLoren MichelleMS2013Modeling and mapping the effect of heat and pressure outside a SAGD steam chamber using time-lapse multicomponent seismic data, Athabasca Oil Sands, Alberta
BibolovaAssemMD2012Prediction of petrophysical properties from p-wave seismic data, Delhi Field, Louisiana
ElbahariaMohammadMS2012High temperature characterization of oil shales: the Green River formation
FishAshley M.MS2012Microseismic velocity inversion and event location using reverse time imaging
FleuryClementPhD2012Wave propagation in complex media, scattering theory, and application to seismic imaging
HavensJesseMS2012Mechanical properties of the Bakken formation
KassMason AndrewPhD2012Quantitative analysis and interpretation of multichannel electromagnetic data through principal component analysis and regularized inversion
KattoumYaserMS2012Evidence of ring-faults in Orientale from gravity
MaYongPhD2012Waveform-based velocity estimation from reflection seismic data
MinXinhuiMS2012Spectral decomposition applied to multicomponent seismic interpretation at Postle Field, Texas County, Oklahoma
Newton IVConrad M.MS2012Estimating intrinsic attenuation from seismic interferometry and time reversal
O'BrienSean J.MS2012Shear wave splitting seismic analysis to monitor caprock integrity at Delhi field, LA and its applications for carbon sequestration
RamdaniAhmad IhsanMS2012Time-lapse AVO analysis and interpretation for reservoir characterization of Delhi field, Louisiana
RobinsonHolly CaseyMS2012Seismic reservoir characterization of distributary channel sandstones in the lower Cretaceous Paluxy Reservoir, Delhi Field, Louisiana
Vega DiazAndrea C.MS2012Time-lapse density prediction for reservoir characterization using probabilistic neural networks at Postle Field, Texas County, Oklahoma
Velasquez-EspejoAntonio JoseMS20123D multicomponent seisimic characterization of a clastic reservoir in the Middle Magdalena Valley Basin, Colombia
WangXiaoxiangPhD2012Anistropic velocity analysis of P-wave reflection and borehole data
WhiteIsabelMS2012Passive seismic monitoring of CO2 injection at Delhi Field, Louisiana
FrigerioJulio OlivaMS2011Time-lapse seismic investigation of CO2 injection at Delhi Field, northeastern Louisiana
GodwinJeffrey A.MS2011Blended source imaging by amplitude encoding
HammBrianne DouthitPhD2011Ground penetrating radar field data and computational modeling for studying hibernating wildlife and subsurface antennas
HeiglWerner M.PhD2011On the holder regularity of well logs
MaldonadoAlejandra C.MS2011Elastic and mechanical properties of the Niobrara formation with application to hydraulic fracture design
MartinezFernandoMS2011Characterization of heavy oil sands from complex conductivity and seismic frequency velocity measurements
McWhirterLeslieMS2011A geospatial strategy for mapping VS30: Combining observations with topographic and geologic constraints
PintoRaphaelMS2011Multicomponent seismic reservoir characterization of the Morrow A sandstone, Postle Field, Texas County, Oklahoma
RibeiroNierMS2011Joint inversion of multicomponent seismic data for reservoir characterization of an offshore Campos Basin Field, Brazil
Sa-NguanphonSaksitMS2011Seismic interpretation of a karst carbonate reservoir: Chonnabot Structure, northeastern Thailand
ShahidSidraMS2011Static and dynamic reservoir characterization using high resolution p-wave data in Delhi Field, LA
ShoffnerJeffrey D.MS2011Understanding the utility of gravity and gravity gradiometry for geothermal exploration in the Southern Walker Lake Basin, Nevada
TakanashiMamoruPhD2011Anisotropic parameter estimation in the presence of a laterally heterogeneous overburden
ZerpaNatalyMS2011Dynamic reservoir characterization using p-wave and s-wave seismic time-lapse data at Postle Field, Texas County, Oklahoma
ZyrianovaMargaritaMS2011Geophysical study of overpressured Cretaceous shale deposits in the Northern Green River Basin, Wyoming
ArajiAli H.MS2010Imaging using seismoelectric crosshole tomography
AtkinsonJaredMS2010Multicomponent time-lapse monitoring of two hydraulic fracture simulations in an unconventional reservoir, Pouce Coupe field, Canada
DasAgnibhaPhD2010The viscoelastic properties of heavy-oil saturated rocks
DavisKristoferPhD2010Improving potential-field processing and inversion through the use of gradient measurements and data-adaptive models
EngelsmaChristopherMS2010Interpretation of 3D seismic images using an interactive image-guided paintbrush
FanYuanzhongPhD2010"Virtual source" methods for diffusive fields: applications of interferometry and synthetic aperture to controlled source electromagnetics (CSEM)
HaasAllan K.MS2010Electrical instabilities of 2-phase flow of water in unconsolidated porous materials
LopezCrucelisMS2010Integrated Permaeability Modeling of the Morrow A Sandstone Hovey Morrow Unit Postel Field, Texas County, Oklahoma
LuiYongxiaMS2010Gaussian-beam modeling in heterogeneous anisotropic media
MaYongMS2010Full waveform inversion with image-guided gradient
MazumdarPrajnajyotiPhD2010Shear-wave sourced 3-D VSP imaging of tight-gas sandstones in Rulison Field, Colorado
MelvinColinMS2010The influence of p-wave multiple attenuation characterization of the Morrow A sandstone reservoir at Postle field, Texas County, Oklahoma
MustafayevIbrahim G.MS2010Lithology and fluid discrimination using p-wave AVO-based attributes, Delhi field, Louisiana
SarkerRituparnaPhD2010Elastic and flow properties of shales
SilvaMaria Gabriella MeloMS2010Range and resolution analysis of wide azimuth angle decomposition
WatersJohn WilliamMS2010Multivariate statistical classification of seismic data using process-based models, East Breaks, Gulf of Mexico
WoodruffWilliam F.MS2010Stochastic inverse modeling of self-potential in boreholes and top gas characterization in the Piceance Basin
YanJiaPhD2010Wave-mode separation for elastic imaging in transversely isotropic media
AdamLudmilaPhD2009Elastic and visco-elastic laboratory properties in carbonates
AramanAlexandreMS2009Inversion of converted-wave seismic data for reservoir charcterization at Rulison Field, Colorado
BehuraJyotiPhD2009Estimation and analysis of attenuation anisotropy
CaseyMatthew S.PhD2009Non-parametric geophysical data integration for reducing uncertainties in multiple point reservation modeling and simulation
FuckRodrigo FelicioPhD2009Modeling of seismic signatures for reservoir characterization: applications involving fracture and stress-induced seismic velocity anisotropy
HotovecAliciaMS2009Hydrogeologic model of groundwater flow within Mt. St. Helens volcano dtermined from self-potential and time-domain electromagnetic measurements
JohnstonMerrick H.MS2009Temperature and frequency dependence of viscoelasticity in bitumen
LyrioJulio Cesar Soares de OlivieraPhD2009Processing and inversion of full tensor gravity gradiometry data
WileyMark L.MS2009Structural and stratigraphic controls on Morrow sandstone reservoir distribution from 3-D seismic data, Postle Field, Texas County, Oklahoma
BabalolaAfolabi OluwoleMS20083-D AVO analysis and moldeling applied to fracture and gas detection at Rulison Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado
LaBarreElizabeth AnnMS2008Reservoir prediction from multicomponent seismic data, Rulison Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado
MathewsonJohnMS2008Detection of channels in seismic images using the steerable pyramid
MezaRamses G.MS2008Time-lapse Vp-Vs analysis for reservoir characterization, Rulison Field, Colorado
RojasNelson A.MS2008Spectral decomposition applied to time-lapse seismic interpretation at Rulison Field, Garfield County, Colorado
WallinErin LynnPhD2008Scattering response of high frequency ground penetrating radar for DNAPL site characterization
WikelKurtis R.MS20083-dimensional geochemical modeling of a tight gas reservoir, Rulison Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado
BurkeLauri AnnPhD2007Fequency domain signal processing of sonic full waveforms generated by borehole geophysical measurements
FrancoGerardo J.MS2007Seismic anisotropy in tight gas sandstones, Rulison Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado
GuliyevEldarMS2007Vp/Vs estimation from multicomponent seismic data for improved characterization of a tight sandstone gas reservoir, Rulison Field, Colorado
HinkleAmyMS2007Relating chemical and physical properties of heavy oils
KirkendallBarryPhD2007Nonlinear model appraisal in gravity gradiometry imaging; properties and modeling of the resolution matrix
MehtaKurangPhD2007The virtual source method implementation issues, improvement using wavefield separation and application to time-lapse monitoring
RileyRobert BrentMS2007Combined micro-macro seismic monitoring of a hydraulic fracture stimulation, Rulison Field, Colorado
RuizBegonaMS2007Lateral displacements in sandwich structures under uniaxial compressive stress: an alternative computational method
SafarovElmarMS20073-D seismic reservoir characterization of a petroleum prospect area, Apsheron Ridge, South Caspian Basin.
VasconcelosIvanPhD2007Interferometry in perturbed media
BakerKathleenMS2006Forward modeling of deepwater outcrop geobodies to enhance seismic interpretation of Ursa Field, Gulf of Mexico
DoumaHuubPhD2006A hybrid formulation of map migration and wave-equation-based migration using curvelets
HigginsShannonMS2006Geomechanical modeling as a reservoir characterization tool at Rulison Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado
HofmannRonnyPhD2006Frequency dependent elastic and anelastic properties of clastic rocks
KeighleyDonald J.MS2006P-wave time-lapse seismic data interpretation at Rulison Field, Piceance Basin, Colorado
LeeJeongminMS2006Effects of low-pass filtering on inversion of airborne gravity gradient data
OdenCharles P.PhD2006Calibration and data processing techniques for ground penetrating radar systems with applications in dispersive ground
RumonMichaelMS2006Shear wave time-lapse seismic monitoring of a tight gas sandstone reservoir, Rulison Field, Colorado
SinexDavid B.MS2006Advancing the state of the art of UXO discriminatin for total-field magnetic data
StillmanDavid E.PhD2006Frequency and temperature dependence in electromagnetic properties of Martian analog minerals
XuXiaoxia (Ellen)PhD2006Anisotropic geometrical-spreading correction and its application in azimuthal AVO analysis.
YapingPhD2006Seismic wave propagation in attenuative anisotropic media
Al-ZayerRamzyMS2005Influence of the host medium on GPR polarization characteristics of a cylinder
BricenoMaria GabrielaMS2005Invasion profiles derived from shallow wireline logs
comptonLeifMS2005Petrophysical evaluation of vuggy carbonates with emphasis on the use of nuclear magnetic resonance data
EckeHansMS2005Seismic velocity calibration: fluids, pressures and frequencies
GipprichTamaraMS2005The role of shear and tensile failure in dynamically triggered landslides
HaneyMatthew M.PhD2005An investigation of sealing and episodic pulsing of fluids at a minibasin-bounding growth fault from seismic reflection images
JansenKjetilMS2005Seismic investigation of wrench faulting and fracturing at Rulison Field, Colorado
KrahenbuhlRichard A.PhD2005Binary inversion of gravity data for salt imaging
KusumaMahendraMS2005Analysis of time-lapse P-wave seismic data from Rulison Field, Colorado
MalcolmAlison E.PhD2005Data continuation for data regularization and internal multiples
PendrighNicole M.MS2005Facies control on CO2 flooding of a thin carbonate reservoir, Weyburn Field, Saskatchewan
RojasEugeniaMS2005Elastic rock properties of tight gas sandstones for reservoir characterization at Rulison Field, Colorado
SalamovFiruzMS2005Seismic interpretation of reservoir systems and facies architecture: North Apsheron Ridge, Caspian Sea
SchwarkJessicaMS2005Seismic hazard map of Iraq
ShearerSarahMS2005Three-dimensional inversion of magnetic data in the presence of remanent magnetization
YouanFrederic DjeMS2005Modeling the effect of invasion on the response of acoustic logging devices using a full elastic finite difference program
AdamLudmilaMS2004Anisotropic parameter estimation from borehole data at Weyburn Field: uncertainty and resolution
AsgarovHasanMS2004Wrench faulting at Weyburn Field, Saskatchewan
BurtonBethanyMS2004Attenuation analysis of ground penetrating radar data acquired over a crude oil spill
DewanganPawanPhD2004Processing and inversion of mode-converted waves using the PP+PS=SS method
GalikeevTagirPhD2004Application of new seismic attributes to reservoir monitoring
GretAlexandre A.PhD2004Time-lapse monitoring with coda wave interferometry
MalaverCristian H.MS2004Statistical applications to quantitative seismic reservoir characterization and monitoring at West Pearl Queen Field, Lea County, New Mexico
ModrooJustinMS2004Ground penetrating radar location of buried avalanche victims
PachecoCarlosMS2004Time-lapse monitoring with multiply scattered waves
PeacockJaredMS2004Millimeter wave dielectric permittivity of water at 25 degrees C
RoyerTheodore L.MS2004Time-lapse P-wave seismic monitoring of the CO2 Flood at Weyburn Field, Saskatchewan
Sanchez-RodriguezHector V.MS2004Statistical analysis of anomalies
TerrellMartin J.PhD2004Fracture permeability characterization at Weyburn Field: from shear wave anisotropy through flow simulation
WoolleyJonathan A.MS2004Shock tube experiments measuring and modeling the slow P-wave in low permeability rock cores
ChengDongjieMS2003Inversion of gravity data for base salt
GautamKumarMS2003Fluid effects on attenuation and dispersion of elastic waves
GreenAlisa MarieMS2003Magnetotelluric crustal studies in Kenai, Alaska
MateevaAlbena AlexandrovaPhD2003Thin horizontal layering as a stratigraphic filter in absorption estimation and seismic deconvolution
SarkarDebashishPhD2003Migration velocity analysis in factorized VTI media
SneddonKristen WarnerMS2003Porosity and multiphase fluid saturation from time-lapse ground penetrating radar
Van WijkKasperPhD2003Multiple Scattering of Surface Waves
BrownLeo ThomasMS2002Integration of rock physics and reservoir simulation for the interpretation of time-lapse seismic data at Weyburn field, Saskatchewan
SneddonChristopher M.MS2002A hybrid surface-wave analysis method to estimate shear-wave velocities for geotechnical engineering applications
WilsonTravisMS2002Converted-wave Morrow sandstone reservoir delineation, Eva South field, Texas County, Oklahoma
MoitaCarlos2001Formation invasion from a horizontal borehole: a two-phase flow experiment monitored with ground penetrating radar and modeled with eclipse numerical simulator
LorenzenRobert J.L.PhD2000Inversion of multicomponent time-lapse seismic data for reservoir characterization of Vacuum Field, New Mexico
AbdullayevNazim R.MS1999Seismic stratigraphy of upper pliocene and quaternary deposits in the South Caspian Basin
AbrahamJared D.MS1999Physical modeling of a prototype slim-hole time-domain dielectric logging tool
BlaylockJames J.MS1999Interpretation of a baseline 4-D multicomponent seismic survey at Vacuum Field, Lea County, New Mexico
CananBirsen C.PhD1999Dielectric properties of mixtures of clay-water-organic compounds
FioreRobert M.MS19993D numerical forward modeling of complex resistivity field data
GalarragaMiguelMS19993-D seismic interpretation in Vacuum Field area, Permian Basin, Lea County, New Mexico
GoedeckeWalter B.PhD1999Validation of the phase difference technique for inferring magnetospheric resonance frequencies
Mendez HernandezEfrainME1999Influence of shallow heterogeneities on multicomponent 4D seismic data at Vacuum Field, New Mexico
MurrayPaul E.MS1999Acquisition, processing and analysis of shear-wave reflection data at North Star Preserve, Pitkin County, Colorado
OshetskiKim C.MS1999Complex resistivity to evaluate the blooxidation of gold ore
RothFriedrichMS1999Strapdown inertial navigation for ground penetrating radar data acquisition: theory and experiments
SteensmaGilein J.PhD1999Characterization of velocity anistropy in near-surface consolidated sandstone from field and core scale observations
StorchAmber L.ME19993-D seismic analysis of a Gulf of Mexico slump
JaramilloHermanPhD1998Seismic data mapping
KirkendallBarry A.MS1998A rapid limited 3-dimensional near field modeling program for ground penetrating radar
MattocksBruce W.PhD1998Borehole geophysical investigation of seismic anisotropy at Vacuum Field, Lea County, New Mexico
PapakonstantinouEkaterini (Katerina)MS1998Seismic imaging using 2-D prestack depth migration at Badger Basin Field, Park County, Wyoming
VillarrealAlbertoMS1998Distributed seismic modeling
AktarakciHasan KamilPhD1997Integrated interpretation of geophysical data at Savannah River Site, South Carolina
Al-KhalifahTariq A.PhD1997Seismic processing in transversely isotropic media
BensonRobert D.PhD1997Reservoir characterization utilizing 3-D, multicomponent seismic data, Cedar Hill Field, San Juan Basin, New Mexico
de MoraesRoberto A.PhD1997Constrained inversion of gravity fields for complex three-dimensional structures
DeVaultBryanPhD19973-D seismic prestack multicomponent amplitude analysis, Vacuum Field, Lea County, New Mexico
ErdemirCemalPhD1997Interactive polarization filtering and pre-stack imaging of nine-component, multiple-offset VSP data, Yucca Mountain, Nevada
JonesDaniel P.MS1997Investigation of clay-organic reactions using complex resistivity
MenlikliCem T.MS1997A tectono-stratigraphic and reservoir study about the Hamitabat Field, Thrace Basin, Northwest Turkey
NaylorMonte L.MS1997How seismic processing decisions influence the interpretation of the D sandstone at Sooner field, Weld County, Colorado
PananontPassakornMS19973-D seismic interpretation of a new structural style in Satun Field, The Gulf of Thailand
RocheSteven L.PhD1997Time-lapse, multicomponent, three-dimensional seismic characterization of a San Andres shallow shelf carbonate reservoir, Vacuum Field, Lea County, New Mexico
TalleyDaniel J.MS1997Characterization of a San Andres carbonate reservoir using four dimensional multicomponent attribute analysis
Al-DajaniAbdulfattah A.MS1996Reflection moveout and parameter estimation for horizontal transverse isotropy
Al-GarniMansour A.MS1996Direct current resistivity investigation of groundwater in the Lower Mesilla Valley, New Mexico and Texas
AndersonJohn E.PhD1996Imaging in transversely isotropic media with a vertical symmetry axis
Cabrera-GarzonRaulMS1996Application of geostatistical techniques to 3-D, 3-C seismic and cores tudies to estimate reservoir porosity in the lower nisku interval at Joffre Field, Alberta, Canada
de MoraesFernando S.PhD1996The application of marginalization and local distributions to multidimensional Bayesian inverse problems
DickensonOmar A.MS1996Mapping of impediments to contaminant flow using multi-component reflection seismology at the Savannah River Site
FaganJoseph P.MS1996An integrated interpretation of aeromagnetic data in the Paleozoic of the Nebraska panhandle
FryMichael F.PhD1996Split-platen compression test: development and use
FuegEsther M.MS1996Can surface electromagnetic measurements delineate hydrocarbon alteration or source rock location? An investigation at Sorrento Field, Cheyenne County, southeast Colorado
GouveiaWenceslauPhD1996Bayesian seismic waveform data inversion: parameter estimation and uncertainty analysis
McGloneDavidPhD1996The application of thin-film magneto-resistive structures to a non- inductive receiver for electromagnetic geophysical exploration
RuegerAndreasPhD1996Reflection coefficients and azimuthal AVO analysis in anisotropic media
SalinasTrinoMS1996The influence of near-surface time anomalies in the imaging process
Schultz-SwansonJennifer S.MS1996Four-dimensional seismic modeling of a carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery monitoring project, Central Vacuum Unit, Lea County, New Mexico
VoorhiesH. CharlesMS1996Application of a multicomponent vertical seismic profile to dynamic reservoir characterization at Vacuum Field, Lea County, NM
Alvarez de la HozGabrielMS1995A comparison of moveout-based approaches to suppression of ground-roll and multiples
Anguiano-RojasPedroPhD1995The forward and inverse problems in induction logging
ArestadJohn F.PhD1995An integrated multicomponent three-dimensional seismic characterization of Joffre Field, Alberta, Canada
BudihardjoSantosoMS1995Quantifying limitations on signal-to-noise ratio improvement in the stacking of seismic data
Capello de PassalacquaMaria AngelaMS1995Geology and rock physics of the San Andres formation in Vacuum Field, New Mexico
ChristensenAsbjorn N.PhD1995An integrated study of satellite altimeter data and geophysical data in the Gulf of Mexico
FuegJames E.MS1995Three-dimensional gravity modeling of the Galveston Island Salt Dome in the Gulf of Mexico
HouseJason R.MS1995Haddam Meadows, CT: A case study for the acquisition, processing, and relevance of 3D seismic reflections as applied to near-surface DNAPL migration
KarazincirM. HakanPhD1995Three-component high resolution cross-borehole seismic imaging: A field study at the Edgar Mine, Idaho Springs, Colorado
ListDavid F.MS1995Tensleep sandstone heterogeneity and effect on fluid flow, South Casper Creek Field, Natrona County, Wyoming
McCaffertyAnne E.MS1995Assessing the presence of a buried meteor impact crater using geophysical data, South-Center Idaho
NicholsTerry L.PhD1995Inversion of impulse response data on a free surface with application to drill vibration problems
Palen-MurphyMary E.MS1995Maintaining relative amplitude in vertical stacking of vibroseis data
PowersMichael H.PhD1995Dispersive ground penetrating radar modeling in 2D
PrommaKitchakarnMS1995Effects of natural and blast-induced fractures and petrofabric on seismic velocities
RamptonDavid C.MS1995The Shear Difference: Characterizing the shear seismic response of a Morrow Fluvial sandstone reservoir, Sorrento Field, SE Colorado
RollaMax R.MS1995AVO analysis and azimuthal AVO analysis, Joffre Field, Alberta
TjanTimoMS1995Residual statics estimation for data from structurally complex areas using prestack depth migration
WhiteNicholas E.MS1995Integrated geophysical investigation of a shallow aquifer at Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Denver, Colorado
BarnardWilliam N., Jr.MS1994An integrated geophysical study of the shallow subsurface at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Commerce City, Colorado
ErichAndrew D.MS1994Wadati-Benioff zone structure of the Aleutian Arc as defined by tele- seismically recorded seismic travel-times
MielkeBrian E.MS1994TEM Data Transformation and Recognition
NeumanDenise I.MS1994The modification of DC resistivity arrays for the use of monitoring brine inflow in underground excavations as applied at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, Southeastern New Mexico
SarmientoVictorMS1994Petrophysics from wireline logs, Joffre Field, Canada
UzcateguiOmarPhD1994Depth migration in transversely isotropic media with explicit operators
AktarakciHasan KamilPhD1993Principles and application of transient electromagnetic method
Al-FarajMohammedPhD1993Transformation to zero offset formode-converted waves
Al-KhalifahTariq A.MS1993Migration error in transversely isotropic inhomogeneous media
Al-RufaiiKhalidMS1993A mathematical model of transversely isotropic media: theoretical aspects and real application
ArayaKidanePhD1993Comparison of asymptotic and generalized ray analysis of horizontally polarized shear waves
BallVaughn L.MS1993Seismic velocities in sandstones under conditions of triaxial stress
BenolielSerge D.PhD1993Image classification applied to seismic semblance data
CordrayRobert R.MS1993Source mechanism determination of aftershocks of the March 9, 1957 Aleutian Islands Earthquake
EdwardsDebra LeggioMS1993Removal of time variations from geomagnetic data using optimal Weimer filtering
ElkingtonGaryMS1993Gravity gradient study of the central Honey Lake basin, Lassen County, California
HuShin-TaiPhD1993Seismic imaging of complex subsurface structure, western flank of Denver Basin
JaramilloHermanMS1993Modeling and imaging of computational and physical VSP data
RamosAntonio C.B.PhD1993Three-dimensional AVO analysis and anisotropic modeling applied to fracture characterization in coalbed methane reservoirs, Cedar Hill Field, San Juan Basin, New Mexico
RuegerAndreasMS1993Dynamic ray tracing and its application in triangulated media
ShuckEdward L.PhD1993Multi-component, three-dimensional seismic characterization of a fractured coalbed methane reservoir Cedar Hill Field, San Juan County, New Mexico
SitepuMesterMS1993The subsurface anomaly resulting from a subsurface conductive pipe
SpurlinJames H.PhD1993Regional isostasy
StewartDuff C.PhD1993Detection of shallow subsurface layers by high-frequency electromagnetic sounding
TruskowskiMelinda G.MS1993Detecting material property changes and fluid flow using a stationary DC resistivity grid
AnnoPhil D.PhD1992A Klein-Gordon Acoustic Theory
ArtleyCraig T.MS1992Dip-moveout processing for depth-variable velocity
CeronJohn F.MS1992Gravity modeling of the Honey Lake Basin
ElliottRobert L.MS1992A heterogeneous petrophysical model for porous media
ErdemirCemalMS1992Illumination angle determination and its application to prestack migration of P/S converted waves on physical elastic model data
FazzariFrancescaMS1992A dip-dependent divergence correction
GilmoreLarry R.MS1992Modeling and interpretation of a 3-D seismic survey, South Casper Creek Field, Natrona County, Wyoming
GuoYiMS1992Feature recognition from potential fields using neural networks
HuffmanArlie C., IIIMS1992Characterization of three-dimensional geological heterogeneities using ground penetrating radar
KarabulutHayrullahMS1992Earthquake source mechanism determination from regional waveforms
KarazincirM. HakanMS1992Multi-mode seismic cross-borehole imaging of a producing horizon using physical elastic modeling
KendallRobert R.MS1992Analysis of a multicomponent seismic test spread: South Casper Creek Field, Natrona County, Wyoming
KetyunggoenwongBoonsomMS1992Seismic Interpretation of 3-D converted wave data, Silo field, WY
LaneFranklin D.PhD1992Estimation of kinematic rupture parameters from historical seismograms: An application of simulated annealing to a nonlinear optimization problem
MolineroGary T.MS1992Application of multicomponent VSP's to reservoir characterization at Cedar Hill Coal Bed Methane Field, San Juan County, NM
PeinadoAdrianMS1992Porosity estimation from inversion of compressional seismic data, South Casper Creek Field, Natrona County, Wyoming
SchmidtJurandyrPhD1992Neural network stacking velocity picking
WilliamsRobert A.MS1992Site response models from high-resolution seismic reflection and refraction data, Santa Cruz, California
WorthingtonEdward W.PhD1992Field line resonances and plasma diagnostics of the earth's magnetosphere
AldolaijanAbdulmohsin Y.PhD1991Residual-phase estimation by homomorphic transformation
Al-SalehAbdullahMS1991Ray-theoretic modeling in 2.5-D smoothed media
ChangHyunsamPhD1991Multi-mode crosshole reflection imaging of multi-component physical model data
ChangMaodonPhD1991Origin and evolution of the Penghu sedimentary basin, Offshore Taiwan
ElkingtonElizabeth A.MS1991The role of trace attributes in the implementation of neural networks for seismic first arrival evaluation
GarciaGerardoMS1991Inversion of lateral log using neural networks
HedleyJustin P.MS1991Three-dimensional explicit depth migration via McClellan transformations on hexagonal sampling grids
JungYunmoonPhD1991Mapping fracture zones in salt using high-resolution seismic tomography
KimJungwhanPhD1991Forward modeling and inversion of responses for the Laterolog 7
KramerDarrell L.PhD1991Multicomponent vertical seismic profiles, for reservoir characteri- zation South Casper Creek Field, Natrona County, Wyoming
VermaJagdeepME1991SDA: An expert system to assist in seismic deconvolution processing
VieytesHugoMS1991Velocity anisotropy in the near surface from 3D-3C refraction data, South Casper Creek Field, Wyoming
WangZhonglinPhD1991The multiple-electrode logging tool and its applications
WilliamsEarle M.MS1991A boundary element direct current resistivity model to aid in the interpretation of an underground DC resistivity multicomponent survey
WilliamsPeter K.MS1991An investigation into the utility of neural networks for recognizing different reflected electromagnetic spectra
AhmadRiazMS1990Field and model studies on the seismic detection of mine workings near Marshall, Colorado
AkkurtRidvanPhD1990Effects of motion in pulsed NMR logging
CataldiAldoMS1990Transient domain electromagnetic (TDEM) investigations in the Miravalles volcanic area (Costa Rica)
DongChiMS1990Seismoelectric effect
DukeStevenMS1990Calibration of ground penetrating radar and calculation of attenuation and dielectric permitivity versus depth
EmmerDanielMS1990A converted P-SV wave analysis of a fractured reservoir, Silo Field, Wyoming
EnglemarkFolke L.MS1990Seismic facies analysis of Jurassic entrada sand dunes, Southeastern San Juan Basin, New Mexico
HoflandGregg S.MS1990Multi-mode offset VSP reserve time migration (imaging) of a complex, physical earth model
KirkpatrickJon R.PhD1990Influence of tectonics and sea-level change on sedimentation of the Jurassic Springhill and Tobifera formations, Central Tierra del Fuego, Chile: an integrated study
KlimaJames S.MS1990Simultaneous forward modeling of surface and borehole gravity data from Yucca Flat, Nevada
LeslieWilliamPhD1990Characterization of moat sediments in the Creede Caldera Mineral County, Colorado
LuziettiEugene A.MS1990An investigation of seismic wavelet instability associated with near- surface geologic variations in the Powder River Basin
MikulichWeston M.MS1990Steep-dip V(Z) imaging from an ensemble of stolt-like migrations
MingelliClaudioMS1990Nevada: The electrical surface
PfeiferMaryPhD1990An alternate approach to EM forward solutions by replacement of a body with a source distribution
RanzingerKurt A.MS1990Wave mode separation of multi-component, multiple-offset VSP data acquired from a complex physical earth model
SchmidtJurandyrMS1990Seismic detection of porosity in the Tensleep sandstone reservoir, South Casper Creek Field, Wyoming
SchneiderWilliam A., Jr.PhD1990A three-dimensional physical modeling study applying tomographic inversion and seismic migration to the tunnel detection problem
SimmondsMarcMS1990Integrated exploration for intrasedimentary aeromagnetic anomalies in the Williston Basin, Sheridan County, Montana
TsaiSteve C.S.PhD1990Rule-based geological constraints for two-dimensional gravity inverse modeling
Van MeterJim R.MS1990Pseudo-sonic log derivation central Kansas uplift, Kansas
YilmazerBirsen C.MS1990Issues in 2-D transient electromagnetic modeling by the Dufort- Frankel finite difference method
YoungMark T.MS1990A seismic and geologic study of the Morrow formation of Mount Pearl, Sorrento and Bledsoe ranch fields, Cheyenne County, CO
AlmarzougAhmed M.MS1989Estimating the constant phase shift term direction from the seismic data
AttidJuma K.MS1989Analysis of Shaly Sands using neutron and density logs
BodenLindaPhD1989Modeling and inversion in the ocean waveguide using Born and Rytov approximations
BowerMichael O.MS1989Continuous refraction profiling: A new standard for seismic refraction surveys (2 copies)
DongWenjieMS1989Finite difference ray tracing and common shot inversion
EmanuelMark J.MS1989Common shot, prestack inversion and mode conversion analysis of physical model seismic data
GeoltrainSebastien R.PhD1989Asymptotic solutions to direct and inverse scattering in anisotropic elastic media
GurchMichael L.MS1989Four-component rotation of 3-D shear wave data, Silo Field, Wyoming
LewisCatherinePhD1989Three-dimensional multicomponent imaging of reservoir heterogeneity Silo Field, Wyoming
LinerChristopher L.PhD1989Mapping reflection seismic data to zero offset
MarkiewiczRichardMS1989A seismic refraction on-site interpretation method
PersynSuzanne M.MS1989Seismic detection of Dakota-D valley-fill sandstones using shear- and compressional-wave seismic data, Busy Bee Field, Adams County, Colorado
ReichStephen B.MS1989Application of the transient electromagnetic method in the Alexander Valley geothermal area, California
SchipperijnA. PeterMS1989One-dimensional modeling and rotation analysis of azimuthally anisotropic, four-component shear wave data, Silo Field, Wyoming
StarrettJames M.MS1989A feasibility study for using seismic tomography to monitor the integrity of salt pillars
WeilandWendyMS1989An integrated approach to gravity anomaly separation by geologic stripping
ZimmermanJeremy J.MS1989An investigation of a deep Carlin type disseminated gold deposit using multiple geophysical techniques
AbdelmalikMohamed B.A.PhD1988Vertical resolution capability study of direct-current, magnetotelluric, and time-domain electromagnetic methods
AgenaWarren F.MS1988"Stafoid" an expert system to identify seismic tape formats
AlamMD NoorMS1988Lateral seismic velocity gradients on Georges Bank. U.S. Atlantic Continental Margin: A comparison of seismic common depth-point (CDP) moveout velocity with sonic and checkshot velocities from ten exploratory wells
Al-FaresMohammed H.MS1988Improvements on conventional VSP processing and the use of spatial median filters
Al-MashouqKhalidMS1988Relationship between shear wave birefringence and fracture spacing: a laboratory study
Al-QahtaniAbdulmotalebMS1988Statistical and deterministic deconvolution applied to vertical seismic profiling
Al-YacoubTassierME1988Application of reflection and refraction to estimate residual static corrections caused by near-subsurface heterogeneity in Saudi Arabia
BerkmanFrederick E.PhD1988Interpretation of gravity and magnetic data from the northern Appalachian Basin
BochicchioReginaMS1988Computerized geometric correction of ground penetrating radar images
CrisiPeterMS1988An expert system to assist in processing vertical seismic profiles
CunninghamDavid A.MS1988Computer and physical VSP modeling of Yucca Mountain, Nevada
DewhurstWarren T.PhD1988The simultaneous inversion of vector and total field aeromagnetic data using Bayesian inference: A case study from the Cobb offset of the Juan de Fuca Ridge
HasanMohammad NurulMS1988A new filtering technique for correcting time variations in magnetic data
KaoJason ChinSenPhD1988Automated interpolation of two-dimensional seismic profiles into three-dimensional data volumes
KruseCurtisMS1988A new method of nonlinear signal correlation using the instantaneous spectrum
LessengerMargaret A.MS1988An expert system to evaluate geologic risk for onshore domestic petroleum exploration
LuMing-TarPhD1988Offset amplitude analysis of compressional seismic data for fractured reservoir exploration Silo field, Wyoming
MarhoeferJulianneMS1988Seismic prestack analysis of a mission canyon reservoir, Wiley field, Bottineau County, North Dakota
ShoemakerSusan W.MS1988Seismic stratigraphic investigation of the Minnelusa and Goose Egg Formations Western Crook County, Wyoming
WangXiaomuPhD1988Inversion for magnetic anomalies of arbitrary three-dimensional bodies
WorthingtonEdward W.MS1988Correlation and prediction of the earth's electromagnetic field
XiaHengrenPhD1988Gravity data reduction and integrated interpretation in a rugged mountainous area
ZalanThomas A.PhD1988The use of multi-energy group neutron diffusion theory to numerically evaluate the relative utility of three dual detector neutron porosity well-logging tools
AlazarTesfalulMS1987Seismic investigation of the Ogaden Basin Onshore Ethiopia
Al-FarajMohammedMS1987Use of post-critical seismic reflection amplitudes, for exploration purposes, including depth estimation 2 copies
Al-NemerJaafar MuhammadMS1987P-wave one-dimensional seismic response of a linear velocity transition zone using wave theory 2 copies
Al-ShakhisAmir A.MS1987The relationship between F-K filtering and deconvolution in seismic data processing
AndersenHenrik T.PhD1987Analytic continuation in the interpretation of transient electromagnetic data
CookeDennis A.PhD1987Two-dimensional instantaneous seismic attributes
DochertyPaulPhD1987Ray theoretical modeling, migration and inversion in two-and-one- half-dimensional layered acoustic media
FryMichael F.MS1987Ultrasonic crosshole assessment of crystalline rock
HarwellJeffrey W.MS1987Offset-multitude seismic analysis Bonny Gas field, Yuma County CO
JordenThomas P.MS1987Transformation to zero offset
KellerJ. DavidMS1987Acoustic wave propagation in composite, fluid saturated media
LarsonDaniel M.MS1987Seismic detection of voids in coal seams
LiYueshengMS1987Airgun signature estimation and wavelet processing of marine seismic data
MaXiaochunMS1987Shaley sand analysis using neutron and density logs
MartinMarshallPhD1987Three-component seismic investigation of a fractured reservoir, Silo Field, Wyoming
McEnteeRobert A.MS1987The accurate modeling and removal of regional sources of the gravitational field
MuellerTanya L.MS1987A seismic-stratigraphic analysis of Starkey and Winters Gas Reser- voirs, using amplitude-offset studies from the cross-roads field, Sacramento Valley, California
PawlowskiRobert S., Jr.MS1987Gravity anomaly separation by Wiener filtering
PfeiferMaryMS1987Multicomponent underground DC resistivity study at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, Southeast New Mexico
RossowJoergPhD1987An investigation of deconvolution techniques for transient electromagnetic records
SchneiderWilliam A., Jr.MS1987Dipmeter analysis by a Monte Carlo technique
StewartDuff C.MS1987Influence of geologic noise on inductive mining prospecting methods
SullivanMichael F.PhD1987Prestack Kirchhoff Inversion and modeling in 2.5 dimensions
ThorarinssonFreyrPhD1987A program to interpret roving dipole surveys with a conductive plate model
AllenSamuel W.MS1986Seismic interpretation, Riverslea field, Surat Basin, southeast Queensland, Australia 3 copies
ArayaKidaneMS1986Seismic investigation of the southern Red Sea offshore Ethiopia
BergeonThomas C.MS1986Seismic character study Ismay Cycle, Paradox formation, Paradox Basin, Southwest Colorado
CableSteven W.MS1986A characterization of the Oregon basin thrust, Big Horn Basin, Wyoming (2 copies)
ChangPing ShengMS1986Inversion of seismic and gravity data for southern Nevada
DalkeRoger A.PhD1986Nonlinear effects on wave propagation in a cylindrical elastic body
DamronLarryMS1986Physical modeling of lateral variations of resistivity in transient electromagnetics
DickinsonMarcMS1986A search for intrasedimentary aeromagnetic anomalies over a known oil field in the Denver Basin
DomorackiWilliam J.MS1986Integrated geophysical survey of the Golden thrust north of Golden, Colorado
DurrenbergerSallyMS1986An integrated geophysical investigation and comparison of compressional and shear wave seismic reflection data from the San Juan Volcanic area southwestern Colorado
EisenmengerKarl KennethMS1986Seismic stratigraphic study of the lower cretaceous Dakota group, Douglas Creek Arch, Western Colorado (2 copies)
GableDouglasMS1986Delineating Pierre formation fracture reservoirs using compressional and horizontal shear wave seismic data near Florence, Fremont County, Colorado
GeoltrainSebastien R.MS1986Induction lateral sounding
GrauchV.J.S.PhD1986Correcting aeromagnetic data for magnetic terrain effects, with an example from the Lake City Caldera area, Colorado
HatoMasamiMS1986Optimal deconvolution using Wiener transform for compensation of time variance and non-minimum phase 3 copies
HoldenWilliam F.MS1986Wave equation datuming and its application to land seismic data
JamesBryan A.PhD1986Finite difference/polozhii decomposition resistivity modeling
JohnsonGregory R.MS1986Frequency response of a geophone clamped to a borehole
KaczkowskiPeterMS1986Damped least squares inversion applied to ducted propagation of acoustic energy in the ocean
KimJin-HooPhD1986Forward modeling and inversion of responses for borehole normal and lateral electrode arrangements
KruegerPaul G.MS1986Seismic-stratigraphy study of the Red Fork sandstone in Kay County, Oklahoma (2 copies)
KutrubesDoria LeeMS1986Dielectric permittivity measurements of soils saturated with hazardous fluids
MeisPhilip J.MS1986Aeromagnetic compensation
MerkelDavid C.MS1986The development and ground testing of the U.S. Geological Survey airborne sixty-hertz reconnaissance system
O'RourkeT.J.MS1986Shear and compressional analysis of VSP in Silo field, Denver Julesburg Basin
PowersMichael H.MS1986A microcomputer tomographic inversion of acoustic crosshole data
ReeveDonna M.MS1986Seismic detection of Mississippian Frobisher-Alida Facies, Wiley and Mouse River Park Fields, Bottimeau and Renville Counties, Williston Basin, North Dakota
ShankRobert D.MS1986A seismic linear slip interface computer model for the detection of SV-shear reflections and tube wave generation from large fractures
SolanoMarceloMS19863D seismic study in Northern Peru
SquiresStewart G.MS1986Seismic interpretation of Permian salt dissolution features, north-eastern Colorado
WarrenWilliam Jr., Jr.MS1986A geothermal exploration project in Pagosa Springs, Colorado
WeberRichard G.MS1986Fractures and shear vertical profiling
BoardmanJosephMS1985Magnetic anomalies over oil fields
BodenLindaMS1985Sound speed profile inversion in the ocean
DochertyPaulMS1985A fast ray tracing routine for laterally inhomogeneous media
DwyerRuth-AnnMS1985Seismic reflection investigation of the New Madrid Rift Zone near Caruthersville, Missouri
IbrahimKamil E.PhD1985Main physical principles of differential transient sounding
JostenNicholasMS1985Precision gravity survey over a portion of the Bromley Oil Field, Denver Basin, Colorado
KellerSusan DianeMS1985The use of three-component measurements in time domain electromagnetic sounding
KuoShih-YengPhD1985Long wavelength static analysis using first breaks and generalized linear inversion (2 copies)
MagnussonStefan G.MS1985The application of electrical and refraction seismic methods to the detection of abandoned lignite mine workings in east Texas
MendozaCarlosPhD1985Study of aftershock source properties using digital surface-wave data: The December 1979 Colombia earthquake
MilesThomas O.MS1985Physical model studies of the Turam time domain electromagnetic method in minerals exploration
PalazIbrahimMS1985Investigation of capillary pressure characteristics of unconsolidated sands by resistivity measurements
PenasCarlosMS1985Al determination of seismic field parameters
PhillipsDebra HaysMS1985A geophysical investigation of the southeastern San Juan Mountains, Colorado
RebneClaudia A.MS1985A seismic stratigraphic study of the muddy formation, Bell Creek Field, Montana
Schuyler- RossieChristineMS1985The use of refracted shear waves in groundwater exploration: a field test
SherrodPhebe T.MS1985Harmonic analysis of synthetic surfaces crossing a borehole using dipmeter response
SirtautasAnthony A.MS1985The Fourier Theoretical technique as applied to forward and inverse modeling
UppCharles S.MS1985A gravity survey of the Moffat, Eisenhower and Johnson Tunnels in the front range of Colorado
ViolettePaul B.MS1985Analysis of two-parameters constant background Born inversion for acoustic synthetic data
WagonerColinMS1985Gravity models of the Wyoming overthrust belt
WangXiaomuMS1985An automated two-dimensional method for magnetic depth
WinterMarkMS1985Semi-automatic multi-tool correlation of geophysical log response for identifying lithology
ZelewskiGreggMS1985Simultaneous estimation of interval velocity and structure
BahavarManouchehrPhD1984The reflection of channel waves from obstructions in a coal seam with dissimilar roof and floor: numerical modeling
BakerMark E.MS1984The gravity survey of the south flank of the Uinta Mountains, Moon Lake-Rock Creek area, Utah
BensonRobert D.MS1984Seismic investigation of the Permain-Pennsylvanian Minnelusa Formation, Prong Creek Field, Crook County, Wyoming
GargNek R.PhD1984Spatial and temporal analysis of electromagnetic survey data
GrahamJ. C.ME1984Design of a seafloor electrical sounding system for offshore oil exploration
HaydenVickiMS1984Seismic detection of fractured zones within the Bakken Shalle, Antelope Field, Williston Basin, North Dakota
HenningsenGregory M.MS1984The application of spatial Fourier analysis on frequency domain horizontal loop electromagnetic measurements
JacksonGeoffreyMS1984Seismic-stratigraphic study and analysis of a test line, Patterson field area, San Juan County, Paradox Basin, Utah
JalinoosFarrokhMS1984Wave propagation from an explosive source
JohnsDavid M.MS1984Tau-P transformation in the time domain
KilduffEdwardMS1984VSP inversion and initial investigation
KimKun DeukPhD1984Analytic continuation of electromagnetic fields
KramerDarrell L.MS1984TDEM-Seismic correlation
LangenwalterR. J.MS1984The interpretation of shaly sandstones using RXO/RT versus SP techniques
LeeYuan-ChenPhD1984Analysis of sign-bit recording for synthetic vibrator data
LuCheng-YuanMS1984Deconvolution study of P-wave land seismic source signature from a downhole array
NorthupDavid R.MS1984An evaluation of seismic reflection methods as applied to uranium exploration
ReevesJames, Jr.PhD1984Determination of rear abutment zones by SH channel wave velocity
RegueiroJosePhD1984Detection of multimode seam wave by vertical arrays
SaitiBelgasim M.MS1984Regional velocity study of the middle cretaceous stratigraphic interval, northern Denver Basin, Colorado
SaitoAkiraPhD1984Development of transient electromagnetic physical modeling for geophysical exploration
SharrahKarlMS1984The attenuation of tube waves in a liquid filled borehole 2 copies
ShiaoIng-SheMS1984Borehole coupling to a layered earth
SmithBrettMS1984A gravity study of the geologic boundary separating the Klamath Mountains and Cascade Range Provinces in Northern California
SmithKingsleyMS1984Acoustic tomography in boreholes using an algebraic reconstruction technique
SnyderGeorgia R.MS1984Paleomagnetism of the Questa Mine Area, Taos County, NM
ThorarinssonFreyrMS1984Simulation and comparison of data from DC resistivity and airborne magnetic surveys at the Krafla high temperature geothermal field in northeastern Iceland
WeerasingheKamalaMS1984Applications of statistical method for the zonation of digitized well logs
WeitzelCheryl MuzylMS1984Seismic modeling and interpretation of Elk Basin Field, Park County, Wyoming, and Carbon County, Montana
WilliamsMark C.MS1984Geophysical investigation of sandstones in the upper cretaceous frontier formation, southwestern Powder River Basin, Wyoming
YenChie-ChungMS1984Iterative stack in petroleum seismology
AbdelmalikMohamed B.A.MS1983Applications of electrical resistivity method in sea-water intrusion problem in Ayn Zayanah Area near Benghazi, Libya
BhasavanijaKhajohnPhD1983A finite difference model of an acoustic logging tool: The borehole in a horizontally layered geologic medium
BurgettWilliam A.MS1983Physical modeling of the transient electromagnetic response of dike- like conductive bodies buried beneath highly conductive overburden
DalkeRoger A.MS1983A model study: wave propagation in a transversely isotropic medium
GruppSteven R.MS1983Vibrator source characteristics from downhole measurements
HabermanScott A.MS1983An integrated geophysical case: Study of the cretaceous codell sandstone in the vicinity of Hambert Field, Weld County, Colorado
KimKun DeukMS1983Frequency and time domain responses of a rectangular thin place
LaneFranklin D.MS1983An initial investigation into seismic wave propagation through a fractured medium
LeeTai SupPhD1983Theoretical investigation of smart seismic arrays
MilliganStevenMS1983A seismic study of the lower cretaceous muddy sandstone southeast Big Horn Basin, Wyoming
PlybonSteven C.MS1983Seismic-stratigraphic investigation of the D sandstone at Masters Field, Weld County, Colorado
RheaSusan B.MS1983Q determined from local earthquakes in the Charleston, South Carolina, coastal plain
RodriguezBrian D.MS1983A self-potential investigation of a coal mine fire 2 copies
RosboroughKathy A.MS1983Finite element modeling for elastic wave propagation
RoundtreeRussellMS1983The use of geophysical methods for shallow petroleum exploration in southeast Kansas
SantiagoRaul ValenciaMS1983An integrated geophysical study of the west-central part of San Luis Valley, Colorado
SullivanMichael F.MS1983Finite element modeling of vertical seismic profiles
WatkinsGary L.MS1983Seismic-stratigraphic analysis of ireton and nisky depositional environments, northwest of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
AndersonRobert C.MS1982A feasibility study using borehole data as applied to the seismic detection of carbonate porosity in the Madison and Red River formations, northeastern Powder River Basin
ChenDeng-BoPhD1982Stress effects on some petrophysical properties and fluid pressure generation in sealed reservoir rocks
ChislowDonaldMS1982Investigation of induction effects in magnetotelluric prospecting caused by ionospheric current sources
ClaussenJohn P.MS1982Direct detection of Niobrara gas using seismic techniques; Yuma County, Colorado
CookeDennis A.MS1982Generalized linear inversion of reflection seismic data
GodbeyWill E.MS1982Detection of fluvial gravel beneath glacial till
GraebnerMarkMS1982Energy flux of waves in elastic and viscoelastic media
GuderjahnCharles G.MS1982Land seismic source study: analysis and comparison of reflection spread measurements
GuuCindy Kuei-DingMS1982Catalog of Chinese Earthquakes
IbrahimKamil E.MS1982A time-domain electromagnetic survey of Cochetopa Hills and Alkali Springs, Saguache County, South-Central Colorado
JanakPeter M.MS1982A comparison and analysis of seismic land source energy relationships and radiation patterns
KatahiraYoMS1982Comparison of frequency domain migration approaches with regard to vertical velocity variations
KidneyRobert L.MS1982Seismic reflection study of depositional patterns of Newcastle formation, Newcastle, Wyoming area, Eastern Powder River Basin
LeeShu-SchungPhD1982Generalized ray analysis and its application to leaky modes and guide waves
MartinRichard A., Jr.MS1982Contemporary seismicity and tectonics of the south flank of the Uinta Mountains, Utah
RimmerDaniel H.MS1982An analysis of three component walk away noise test data for different land seismic sources
RossowJoergMS1982A seismic investigation of the Geysers-Clear Lake Geothermal area, Lake County, California utilizing compressional and shear-wave sources
SaitoAkiraMS1982Theory and application of induction logging for civil engineering (2 copies)
SixtaDavid P.MS1982Comparison and analysis of downgoing waveforms from land seismic sources
TongtaowChalermkiatPhD1982Wave propagation along a cylindrical borehole in a transversely isotropic medium
WallisClayborn M.MS1982Seismic detection of porosity, Red River Formation, Williston Basin, Sheridan County, Montana
WashburneJames C.MS1982Parameterization of spectral induced polarization data and laboratory and in situ spectral induced polarization measurements: West Shasta Copper-Zinc district, Shasta, California
BellattiJohn T.MS1981A field investigation comparing conventional compressional-wave, and horizontally-polarized shear-wave reflections
BenolielSerge D.MS1981Frequency-wave number approach of slant stack and some application in seismic data processing
BondMarcMS1981An integrated geophysical study of the Shaw Warm Spring area, San Luis Valley, south-central Colorado
DezeJean-FrancoisMS1981An electromagnetic loop-loop sounding system at low induction numbers
GargNek R.MS1981Synthetic electric sounding surveys over known oil fields
IroeHundartono D.MS1981Evaluation of Shly Sands Sepinggan field, Indonesia
LinHung-LianPhD1981Analog modeling study of inverse scattering 2 copies
MamahLuki I.PhD1981The field of the verical magnetic dipole at the bottom of the ocean
NicoletisSergeMS1981A comparative study of induced-polarization and electromagnetic effects for a grounded electric dipole on a half space
OlmMark C.MS1981Electromagnetic scale mode study of the dual frequency differencing technique
PlikkMartinMS1981Resolution of geophysical surveys for shallow work
StrackKurt-MartinMS1981A method for the determination of the thermal conductivity of tight sandstones using a variable state approach
BahavarManouchehrMS1980Seismic channel waves in Pennsylvania coals; influence of proof clay
BarryCharles T.ME1980A study of the vertical vibrator source for seismic profiling in the Yucca Mountain area of the Nevada test site
BodeRobert M.MS1980Mapping and filtering of electrical potential data
BothaWilhelm J.PhD1980Basis of theory and interpretation of the dual frequency method
BrygiderBrandon R.MS1980Second vertical derivative enhancement of direct current bipole-bipole data
DurraniJavaidPhD1980Seismic investigation of the tectonic and stratigraphic history Eastern South Park, Park County, Colorado
HansonDavid R.MS1980Electromagnetic radiation from rock failure
IkwuakorKillian C.PhD1980Interrelations and integration or rock property measurement with problems
LeeJess D.ME1980Geophysical investigation of a gravel aquifer along Beaver Creek, Park County, Colorado
MdalaChisengu L.PhD1980Magnetotelluric investigation in the San Luis Valley Colorado
ParrottKennethMS1980An investigation of the interior of a salt structure using the vertical seismic profiling technique
PassalacquaHerminioPhD1980Electromagnetic fields due to a thin resistive layer
RegueiroJoseMS1980Hole to hole seismic seam wave study in the Zulia coal basin, N.W. Venezuela
SagirogluMustafa H.MS1980Elimination of multiple reflections before normal movement correction (filter FFPNMO)
SoutoJose M.PhD1980Test of time-domain electromagnetic exploration for oil and gas
TongtaowChalermkiatMS1980Transient response of an acoustic logging tool in transversely isotropic media
TuliniusHelgaMS1980Time-domain electromagnetic survey in Krafla, Iceland
UittiPamela BaurMS1980Interpretation of seismic reflection data from the southern San Luis Valley, south-central Colorado
WatanabeIzuruMS1980Utilization of surface waves in seismic exploration
WileyRobert W.PhD1980An iterative seismic ray-migration scheme for complex structures
YostL. W.PhD1980Integral migration of seismic sections taken over complex geologic structures
AkbulutKoray R.MS1979Spectral studies of Type kernel curves in the direct current resistivity method
AsencioEugenioMS1979Western Puerto Rico seismicity
CarrollRandall J.MS1979Elastic wave reflection and transmission response vs angle of incidence for thin bed sequences
DavisAaron J.MS1979Sensitivity to noise and limited bandwidth of the recursive algorithm used to invert seismic data
EngelkemeirRichardMS1979Multimode theoretical seismograms using automatic ray generation
FaussetNealMS1979Statistical examination of noise on phase estimation in spiking deconvolution
FlanaganGuyMS1979A magnetic investigation of Mount Hood, Oregon
GravesJohnMS1979A P-SV converted wave reflection seismic prospecting system
GuiterrezJose Jaime NunezMS1979Seismic stratigraphy analysis of a tertiary basin, southeast Mexico
HouseNancy JoMS1979Modified bipole-dipole survey, Bell Creek oil field
IkwuakorKillian C.MS1979The use of parameters derived from well logs for correlation, Hunton Group, Western Oklahoma
JohnstonPhillip F.MS1979Surface tilts from a massive hydrofracture and from groundwater transients
LeeDoo-SungPhD1979The influence of the surrounding medium in electromagnetic prospecting for an elongated conductor 2 copies
MacKayScott W.MS1979Seismic survey designed by magnetic detection of the lovejoy basalt in the northern Sacramento Valley, California
MamahLuki I.MS1979The influence of finiteness of source on time domain electromagnetic soundings
MartinezRuben D.MS1979Traveltime inversion for the estimation of lateral velocity variation
MillerCarter H.MS1979Seismic, magnetic and geotechnical properties of a land slide and clinker deposits, Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana
MillerJohnMS1979Velocity smoothing program package: An aid to reflection seismic interpretation and data enhancement processing techniques
O'ConnelSue C.MS1979A Mossbauer and magnetic study of a coal burn
O'DonnellDaniel J.MS1979Case history of a 3-D seismic survey over a producing salt dome offshore Louisiana
OlofinD. KoladeMS1979Groundwater prospecting in the Sulphur Mountain area, South Park, Colorado, using electrical resistivity and seismic refraction methods
PapazianPeter B.MS1979Topographic modeling of resistivity surveys using the Schwartz- Christoffel Transformation
PelissierMichael A.MS1979SH Channel waves. Parameter sensitivity and linear inversion for a deep coal seam
Perez-RayJoaquinMS1979A gravity study of the southern Morichael-Jobo area Monagas State, Venezuela
PetersonSteven D.MS1979Model analysis of seismic guided waves in coal seams
PresgraveBruce W.MS1979The seismicity of Colorado: An estimate of seismic hazard derived from instrumental data
ReevesJames, Jr. MS1979Investigations of seismic seam waves in U.S. coals, Part I: The coal basin of Colorado
RosenRichard L.MS1979Well logs response in unconsolidated sands and determination of pore water salinity
SherrillFrancis G.MS1979Seismic modeling of Pennsylvanian carbonate mounds in the Paradox Basin
SimmsSteven C.ME1979A geophysical subsurface soil investigation for transmission line foundations in southeast Wyoming and northeast Colorado
StoryChipMS1979Seismic modeling and interpretation of the hogsback thrust system in the Wyoming overthrust belt, Lincoln County, Wyoming
TsubotaKojiPhD1979The frequency and the time domain responses of a buried two- dimensional inhomogeneity
VallaPierreMS1979Electromagnetic sounding survey in the direct current null-point method in the northern San Luis Valley
VandellClarkMS1979Generalized linear inverse estimation of acoustic impedances from seismic reflection data 2 copies
WalkerRichard C.PhD1979An S-layer model for electrical prospecting
WhanWen JeaPhD1979Numerical modeling of the direct current resistivity for thin insulators
YoungTerence K.PhD1979The application of generalized wave theory to the study of elastic wave propagation in the borehole environment
ZeisloftTimothy D.MS1979A magnetotelluric study in the Gerlach-Hualapai Flat area, Nevada
AndersenHenrik T.MS1978On the automatic inversion of two-dimensional potential field data
BarrowsLawrence J.PhD1978Gravitational tectonic and static seismic modeling with finite elements
BerkmanFrederick E.MS1978A magnetic model study of the Long Valley Caldera, California
BothaWilhelm J.MS1978Horizontal electrical profiling in groundwater exploration
BremnerDouglas L.MS1978Rxo/RT vs SP technique and implications regarding resistivity and SP relations in shaly sands
BrownDavid W.MS1978Reflection seismic study of the Canon City-Pueblo area, Fremont and Pueblo Counties, Colorado
BuchananPaul C.MS1978Seismic stratigraphy of the Terry and Hygiene Members of the Pierre Shale, Weld County, Colorado
BurnsDanielMS1978Reflection and transmission of shear waves in anisotropic media
ChilcoatSteven R.MS1978Application of the computer analysis of dispersed waves
CopleyJeffrey H.MS1978Plane waves in an elastically anisotropic medium
CowartVickiMS1978A Mossbauer spectroscopy study of Clinker magnetism
EricksonDaniel S.MS1978Downhole shear wave velocity measurements 3 copies
FernandezFreddy J.MS1978Gravity survey of the Boulder-Longmont area, Colorado
HandleyGeorgeMS1978Vibrolokator method of interpreting seismograms from vibrator energy sources
KalwihuraStephen J.MS1978Prediction of petroleum sulpher from well-log parameters, Prinou field, Greece
KrygowskiDanielPhD1978The use of well logs to predict water saturation and recoverable hydrocarbon volumes in shaly sand reservoirs
LinKuo-AnME1978Hilbert transform and seismic wavelet processing
MilesDeborahME1978A gravity survey in the Haulage Tunner of the Henderson Mine near Berthoud Pass, Colorado
NelsonKenneth J.MS1978A reflection seismic investigation of the Golden quadrangle area, Jefferson County, Colorado
PerezOmarMS1978Spectral analysis of accelerograms recorded during Nicaraguan earthquakes
Rodriguez- OverjeroJuan C.MS1978Inversion of TDEM data with catalog interpolation
TowleGuy H.PhD1978Stress effects on acoustic velocities of rocks
WelshEllistonMS1978Borehole coupling in porous media
ArestadJohn F.MS1977Resistivity studies in the upper Arkansas valley and northern San Luis Valley, Colorado
BeggsGeorgeMS1977Interpretation of seismic reflection data from the Hartsel and Sulphur Mountain quadrangles, Park County, Colorado
LeeChong YanPhD1977Behavior of electric potential fields over randomly layered earth models
MoneyNancyMS1977A seismic investigation of the north Golden area, Jefferson County, Colorado
OlsonWilliam R.MS1977Seismic investigations of the round butte area, north-central CO
ParkerDamon T.MS1977Velocity dispersion in samples with single-phase pore fluids: ultrasonic to seismic frequency ranges
SchimschalUlrichPhD1977Frequency domain and time domain solutions in the magnetotelluric method
SoutoJose M.MS1977Exploration for geothermal energy in Oahu, Hawaii 2 copies
StoughtonDeanMS1977Interpretation of seismic reflection data from the San Luis Valley, south-central Colorado
WilliamsJohn T.MS1977A theory of induced polarization for an idealized metal-solution interface
YoungTerence K.MS1977A seismic investigation of North and South Table Mountains near Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado
CrewdsonRobert A.PhD1976Geophysical studies in the Black Rock Desert geothermal prospect, Nevada
CromptonJames S.MS1976An active seismic reconnaissance of the Mount Princeton Area, Chaffee County, Colorado
KumamotoLawrence H.PhD1976Microearthquake surveys of the Snake River plain and northwest basin and range geothermal areas
OmariSid'Ali NadirMS1976Integrated geophysical study of the Central Algerian Sahara
RodriguezNelson S.MS1976Computer-aided interpretation of seismic refraction data
ShuckEdward L.MS1976A seismic survey of the Ralston area, Jefferson County, Colorado
StocktonScott L.MS1976Feasibility of using petroleum seismic methods to resolve thin beds of salt
SuFu-ChenPhD1976Seismic effects of faulting in coal seams: Numerical modeling
YangChieh-HouPhD1976Elastic waves: P and S conversion in first arriving reflections and critical refractions
AjayiClement O.MS1975A method for estimating the depth to a gravitating body from its equivalent source
CarlsonKenneth W.MS1975Seismic noise and microseismicity in a Nevada geothermal prospect
DarkenW.H.MS1975A finite difference model of channel waves in a coal seam
de OliveiraRuy B. B.MS1975Exploration for buried channels by shallow seismic refraction and resisitivity and determination of elastic properties at Rocky Flats, Jefferson County, Colorado
ErcanAhmetPhD1975Quasi-analytic convolution solution of electro-magnetic field
GuuJeng-YihPhD1975Studies of seismic guided waves: The continuity of coal seams
HadleyLinda M.MS1975Seismicity of Colorado: Vicinity of Cabin Creek pumped-storage hydroelectric plant
JonasJ. ThomasMS1975Digital data processing techniques applied to the natural gamma-ray log
KwonBong SungPhD1975A mathematical pore structure model and pore structure interrelationships
MarshallDavid B.MS1975Geophysical interpretation of development of tertiary structure in the Gulf of Panama Basin
McParlandBrian J.MS1975The interpretation of a gravity anomaly in the Canadian arctic
MorrisDrewMS1975Quadripole mapping near the Fly Ranch geothermal prospect northwest Nevada
OfreyOfiafateMS1975Use of radial and vertical magnetic field components in time-domain electromagnetic sounding
PiresAugusto C.B.PhD1975Resistor network modelling in electric dipole mapping
SmithWilliam H.MS1975A geophysical investigation of offshore Kudat peninsula, northern Borneo
TasciM. TahsinMS1975Exploration for a geothermal system in the Lualualei Valley, Oahu, Hawaii
ApplegateJames K.PhD1974A torsional seismic source
BedwellJohn L.PhD1974Textural parameters of clastic rocks from borehole measurements and their application in determining depositional environments
CarlossJames C.MS1974Depositional environments from borehole measurements lower cretaceous, Peoria fields and adjacent areas, Arapahoe County CO
DanielsJeffrey J.PhD1974Interpretation of electromagnetic soundings using a layered earth model
DavisThomas L.PhD1974Seismic investigation of late cretaceous faulting along the east flank of the central front range, Colorado
DonaldsonPaul R.PhD1974Rock resistivity and geo-engineering parameters
ErolVasfiMS1974Least-squares estimation of parameters for the interpretation of gravity anomalies caused by two-dimensional structures
FassettJack W.MS1974Seismicity near the Chatfield Dam, Denver, Colorado
FattiJanPhD1974Digital processing of seismic reflection records from South Park, Colorado
JordanJohn M.MS1974Geothermal investigations in the San Luis Valley, south-central Colorado
KrygowskiDanielMS1974A general expression for body wave acoustic velocities in terms of bulk density, molecular weight, and melting temperature
LeeMyung WongPhD1974Topographic effect on earth strain measurement
MurrayJohn C.PhD1974The geothermal system at Kilauea volcano, Hawaii
OhyaTakashiPhD1974Electromagnetic field of a buried electric dipole in an anisotropic medium
ParraJorgePhD1974Electromagnetic scattering from conductors in a conductive half-space near a grounded cable of finite length
SkokanCatherine KingPhD1974A time-domain electromagnetic survey of the east rift zone, Kilauea volcano, Hawaii
SkokanJ. J.PhD1974Geothermal exploration: an evaluation of the microseismic groundnoise method
WidemanCharlesPhD1974Earth strain measurements: Amchitka and Adak Islands, Alaska
AhmedAdnan A.MS1973Time-domain electromagnetic sounding curves for short-line source and loop receiver by means of digital linear filter
BarrowsLawrence J.MS1973Earth Strain: Episodic noise due to soil moisture variations
BorkJonathanPhD1973Prediction of surface shapes from a single seismic wave
FlemingDavid B.PhD1973A study of large electric potential gradients associated with geomagnetic storms
GarciaEduardo S.MS1973DC-resistivity profiling as an aid in the study of facies distribution in residual type iron deposits
KumamotoLawrence H.MS1973Redundant strain observations in southern Nevada: Strain steps from the Handley nuclear test and secular strains
LeeC.Y.MS1973The dipping layer problem in resistivity
MathewsMark A.PhD1973The feasibility of electromagnetic sounding on the ocean floor in deep ocean water
SuhJung HeePhD1973The influence of site characteristics on the measurement of tidal strain
BarnettColin T.PhD1972Theoretical modeling of induced polarization effects due to arbitrarily shaped bodies 3 copies
BarredaWilly Z. RodriguezMS1972Strain release in the central Aleutians from 1966 to 1970: Observed seismicity vs estimated creep
de RidderEduardMS1972The relative accuracy of some magnetic depth determination techniques
GuiljDominiquePhD1972An interactive system for display and processing of seismic data
KohlhaasCharles A.PhD1972Calculation of formation compression from core and well-test data
ParraJorgeMS1972A least-squares fitting method for the interpretation of magnetic anomalies caused by two-dimensional structures
SchimschalUlrichMS1972An application of the deconvolution technique t model gravitational fields
TienJ. H.PhD1972Investigation on seismic wave forms
CrousChristian MauritzMS1971Computer-assisted interpretation of electrical soundings
DiazRicardo NavarroMS1971Variational method in wave propagation problems
GokturkErkinMS1971Geophone array filtering
JaworskiJohn J.MS1971Use of coherence in seismic velocity determination
KingCatherine A.MS1971Time-domain electromagnetic coupling
LebelAndreMS1971An electronic analyzer of audio-magnetotelluric signals
MartinezJaime RamosMS1971Design and application of recursive digital filters
OduolowuOlusegun A.MS1971Recoverable hydrocarbon estimates from well logs and early production histories
PritchardJames I.PhD1971Theory of electromagnetic soundings in the frequency domain
SuhJung HeeMS1971Earth tides: surface strain measurements in NE Denver
ChaoTsu-KoPhD1970Quantitative analysis of near fields in a half-space
FurgersonRobert B.MS1970A controlled-source telluric current technique and its application to structural investigations
GeyerRichard G.PhD1970The effect of subsurface geologic structure in electromagnetic induction prospecting
HiltermanFred J.PhD1970Three-dimensional seismic modeling
MathewsMark A.MS1970Electromagnetic sounding on the ocean floor
TekinerYasarMS1970Determination of the parameters needed for some statistical methods of well logging (2 volumes, volume 2 Appendix and data)
ButlerDavidPhD1969Potential-field data analysis
HarthillNormanPhD1969Deep electromagnetic sounding: Geological considerations
JacobsonJimmy J.PhD1969Depp electromagnetic sounding technique
KowalskiMichael A.MS1969Analysis of deep electromagnetic sounding system
Leighton-PurgaTomasMS1969Seismic survey of northeastern South Park, Park County, Colorado
LeitingerJ. HansPhD1969Investigation of displacement steps in a layered half-space by the finite-difference method
MorganRobert R.MS1969Methods of determining electric and magnetic fields of a dipole source across a fault
OzcandarliTevfik DemirMS1969The use of entire apparent resistivity curves for interpretation of normal resistivity logs
RomigPhillip R., Jr.PhD1969Secular strains in NE Denver - 1968
SilvaLuis R.MS1969Two-layer master curves for electromagnetic sounds
ThurenJohn B.PhD1969A fluidic controlled seismic source
ApplegateJames K.MS1968A seismic investigation of the offshore Santa Maria area, California
BenyaminNinos B.MS1968Digital restoration of strain steps from strainmeter transients
CastilloLuis DelMS1968Magnetic investigation in the vicinity of Derby, Adams County CO
GrayRussell L.PhD1968Numerical investigation of reflection and transmission of spherical compressional waves
HomuthEmil F.MS1968Earth strains: Tidal and secular, observed near Bergen Park CO
MunsonRobert C.MS1968An investigation of the seismicity in the vicinity of Rangely CO
PorterChristopherMS1968Statistical method for the determination of water saturations from well logs
ReynoldsEdward B.MS1968A three-dimensional model study of acoustic wave propagation in a borehole through fractured and non-fractured media
SmooklerStanleyMS1968A continuously recording interferometer in the calibration of strain-meters
SnyderDonald D.PhD1968A gravity survey of South Park, Colorado
AliMohammedMS1967A seismic reflection investigation in the westcentral, South Park, Park County, Colorado
BalachandranK.PhD1967Theory of the solar wind interaction with the geomagnetic field
ChaoTsu-KoMS1967Source study for two-dimensional modeling
GraebnerPeterMS1967Remanent Magnetism in major rock units of the Thirty-Nine Mile Volcanic Field, Central Colorado
HarthillNormanMS1967The audio-magnetotelluric method of earth resistivity measurements
McNettJames L.MS1967Digital filter design by minimizing the weighted square error in the frequency domain
MeinardusHans ArntPhD1967The Kernel function in direct-current resistivity sounding
RomigPhillip R., Jr.MS1967A millmicron displacement transducer with mechanical calibration
WelchThomas M.MS1967Variations in telluric current power spectrums with local time and magnetic activity
WidemanCharlesMS1967Strain steps associated with earthquakes
HamzawiAnwarMS1966Gravity survey of the Denver-Golden area, Colorado
HooverDonald B.PhD1966A two-dimensional seismic model study of a velocity transition zone
SabetMohamed A.PhD1966Gravity anomalies associated with the Elkhorn Fault, South Park CO
Al-KhafajiS. A.PhD1965A method for computing the terrain correction for the near zone by the use of triangular prisms 2 copies
GacaJ. RobertMS1965Gravity studies in the San Luis Valley area, Colorado
LobatoFabiano SayaoPhD1965An interpretation method of seismic reflections from common-strike plane interfaces
ThomsenKer C.PhD1965A study in visco-elastic wave propagation by photoviscoelasticity
WangYung-LiangPhD1965Local hypocenter determination in linearly varying layers applied to earthquakes in the Denver area
YacoubNazieh K.MS1965Magnetic survey of the Jefferson area, Park County, Colorado 3 copies
BalchAlfred H.PhD1964Elastic waves in a linearly varying medium
HasbrouckWilfred P.PhD1964A seismic crusted study in eastern Colorado
JacobsonJimmy J.MS1964The electrical conductivity of olivine at high temperature
KernsClyde W.MS1964The velocity of elastic waves in sand
PritchardJames I.MS1964Spectral analysis of twenty-four time intervals of micropulsation observed at station in mid-latitudes 2 copies
DumasMichaelMS1963Electrical resistivity and dielectric constant by frozen rocks
PanPho-HsiMS1963The 1962 earthquakes and microearthquakes near Derby, Colorado
SabetMohamed A.MS1963Gravity and magnetic investigation west of Michigan Hill, South Park, Colorado 2 copies
EvansW.D.MS1962Paleomagnetism of the table mountain flows near Golden, Colorado
LaFehrThomas R.MS1962The eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho: A gravity survey and interpretation
AltanOzerMS1961Calculation of the gravimetric effects of topography and isostatic compensation with an electronic digital computer
BublitzRichard F.MS1961A comparison of four contemporary seismic migration methods, T35 N, R93 W, Big Horn County, Wyoming
ClaytonR. H.MS1961Interpretation of dip-angle electromagnetic survey by means of model study
CoolbaughDavid F.PhD1961The mechanism of induced polarization and its decay
DenslowLathrop VBMS1961Instrumentation for model studies of the two horizontaloplanarcoil method of exectromagnetic exploration
HadsellFrank A.PhD1961Scattering of an elastic disturbance by a random medium
HillDavid P.MS1961Gravity survey in the Western Snake River Plain, Idaho
HyunByung KooPhD1961Seismic energy absorption analysis by relaxation time
BaldwinHarry L., Jr.MS1960Gravity survey in part of the Snake River Plain, Idaho
BeckerR. M.MS1960Geophysical investigation of Iron Mountain titaniferrous magnetite deposit, Fremont County, Colorado
MaungTun U.MS1960Polarization with variation of water saturation in core samples
TurpinBernarMS1960An experimental study of the self potential associated with graphitic bodies
SonidoErnesto P.MS1959Gravity survey of the Golden-Morrison-Denver area, Colorado
CorbettJohn D.MS1958A geophysical investigation in Richmond Basin and Upper Camp Bird Valley of the San Juan Mountains, Ouray, Colorado
DesaiDantilal PanachandMS1958A study of the "departure" recorded on micrologs opposite shale
QureshyMohammed N.PhD1958Gravity anomalies and computed variation in thickness of the earth's crust in Colorado
AdamsonRobert C.MS1956A magnetic investigation in the Kassler area, Jefferson County, Colorado
BirdsallEdwin FredPhD1956A seismic and gravimetric study of the Golden fault near Golden, Colorado
JohnsonRobert A.MS1956The design and characteristics of electrokinetic transducers
PaulS. KumarMS1956Gravity survey of the South Boulder area, Boulder County, Colorado
PickettGeorgePhD1955Theories of seismic wave propagation and pressure measurements in the vicinity of an explosion 2 copies
HolmerRalph C.PhD1954A regional gravity survey of Colorado
Ramirez-BerreraAndreasMS1954Gravity survey in the Morrison area, Jefferson County, Colorado
TrosethFrank PatonPhD1954Radial transmission factors for spherical waves in elastic media
ErwinJohn W.MS1953Resistivity methods applied to ground water prospecting on the Big Sandy Creek in parts of Lincoln and Elbert Counties, Colorado
StewartW. AlanMS1953Structure and oil possibilities of the west flank of the Denver Basin north central Colorado
DikerSalahiPhD1952Investigation of stress anomalies associated with intrusive geologic structures
GondouinMichelPhD1952Analysis of a method of acoustic logging
HollingsworthJ.C.MS1952A seismic investigation in the Deer Creek area
MorrisonSanlav S.MS1952Gravity survey of the Ralston Dike, Jefferson County, Colorado 2 copies
MusgraveAlbert W.PhD1952Wavefront charts and construction of Raypath Plotter
RoyAmalenduMS1952Investigations on the use of shaped electrodes for surface exploration of minerals
DomenicoS. NormanPhD1951Spherical wave motion and dynamic strain measurements
HorinoFrank G.MS1951Geochemical-spectrographic prospecting at the Malachite mine, Jefferson County, Colorado
StommelH. E.PhD1951Seismic investigations in the Golden-Denver area
WoodwardThomas C.MS1950Electromagnetic anomalies with scale models
OplandHomer N.MS1949The design of a long period horizontal station seismometer employing a resistance bridge transducer
NegiBalwantMS1948A saturation core magnetometer
BedizPertev I.MS1942Depth determination of semi-infinite horizontal conductive layer by electromagnetic galvanic methods.
ManfrediniAntonioMS1941Tank experiments on a model ore body of the vein type with the potential drop ratio method
BairdJohnPhD1940Potential drop ratios in the case of a stratified medium
HawkinsJamesPhD1940The design of dual coil rationmeter suitable for geophysical investigations
MasseLucienPhD1940Theoretical studies in the magnetic field of some inductive systems
HyslopRalph C.MS1939A field method for determining the susceptibility of rocks
LoringRalph C.MS1939Design and calibration of an astatic susceptibility meter
FenwickWillis H.MS1938Two neglected factors in the interpretation of magnetic anomalies
HawkinsJ.E.MS1938Some bedrock determinations using seismic refraction and potential gradient ratio methods
MasseLucienMS1938Investigation concerning the suitability of an induction varimeter as a portable magnetometer
JamesonMaynard H.MS1937The effect of dipping strata on potential drop ratio determinations
JohnsonFrank Melvin S.PhD1937The application of the electric resistivity method of geophysical exploration to indicate the structural value of concrete
PatersonRaymond G.MS1937On the determination of magnetic susceptibility of rocks in situ
KuKong-GyiuMS1936Two new planimetric methods for torsion balance terrain corrections
SanjeevareddiBuggana S.MS1936A theoretical and experimental investigation of the earth resistivity method as applied to dipping strata
FockenCharles M.MS1935The mathematical and physical basis of the Sundberg inductive method of electrical prospecting
WantlandDartMS1935Geophysical surveys of three placer areas in Colorado
AldredgeRobert F.MS1933The effect of dipping strata on earth resistivity determinations
MiteraZygmutPhD1933A theoretical and experimental examination of the potential drop ratio method
WinklerBrunoPhD1933An amplifier suitable for use in applied seismology
LevingsWilliam S.MS1932A magnet survey of the Ralston Dike, Jefferson County Colorado
ManhartThomas A.MS1932Model tank experiments and methods for interpretation of resistivity curves
MarrJohn DouglasPhD1932Characteristics of seismic reflections
PughWilliam E.MS1932Temperature compensation on a new magnetic system for Schmidt vertical balances
TattamCharles M.MS1932The application of the electrical resistivity method of geophysical prospecting to problems of underground water
GabrielVittaly GavrilovichMS1931The use of the graphic methods in the magnetic surveying and the introduction of the diagrams pertaining to the Eotvos torsion balance work
PirsonS. J.PhD1931Study on adjustable wave-filter suitable for the research of reflected seismic waves
SommersGeorge B.PhD1930Correlation of the anomalies of vertical intensity of the earth's magnetic field with the regional geology of North America
AuguerreverePedro J.MS1929A study for the development of a field magnetometer based on the principle of the earth inductor
CourtierWilliam H.MS1928Magnetometric investigation of gold placer deposits on a portion of Clear Creek Basin