Graduate Students & Research Associates - John A. Hole
last updated April 2018
CURRENT STUDENTS & RESEARCH ASSOCIATES
- Tyler W. Rasmussen (MS) Quantitative comparison of a geophone array to a broadband seismometer.
- Amin Abbasi Baghbadorani (MS) Imaging voids and fractures within an underground mine using ground penetrating radar.
FORMER STUDENTS & RESEARCH ASSOCIATES
- A. Christian Stanciu, 2015-2016:
Seismic imaging of continental arc processes of the Coast Ranges batholith, British Columbia.
Now at University of Oregon (postdoc).
- Florian Bleibinhaus, 2004-2005:
Structure of the California Coast Ranges and San Andreas Fault at SAFOD from seismic waveform inversion and reflection imaging.
Now at Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria (faculty).
- Lindsay Sabey, 2014:
Body and surface wave ambient noise seismic interferometry across the Salton Sea Geothermal Field, California.
Now at Conoco-Phillips (oil and gas).
- Ellen S. Gilliland, 2009:
An assessment of hypocenter errors associated with the seismic monitoring of induced hydro-fracturing in hydrocarbon reservoirs.
Geophysicist for Chesapeake Energy (oil and gas); PhD student at Virginia Tech; now at Virginia Tech (faculty).
- David C. Loveday, 2007:
Resolving small objects using seismic traveltime tomography.
Now at Chevron (oil and gas).
- W. Ryan Lester, 2006:
Structure of the Chesapeake Bay Impact Crater from Wide-Angle Seismic Waveform Tomography.
PhD student at University of Texas, Austin; now at Chevron (oil and gas).
- Lee J. Perren, 2005:
Investigating the performance of electrical resistivity arrays.
Now at Army Corps of Engineers (geotechnical).
- Adam Niven Shumaker, 2005:
Seismic site characterization for the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory (DUSEL) at Kimballton, Virginia.
Now at Noble Energy Inc. (oil and gas).
- Jacob N. Beale, 2004:
Local earthquake tomography at Mt. Pinatubo, Philippines.
Now at Virginia Tech (research associate).
- Ali Y. Sayed, 2001:
In situ compressional wave velocity across an exposed brittle fault zone.
Now at Schlumberger Ltd. (oilfield services).
- B. J. Carney, 2000:
Building Velocity Models for Steep-Dip Prestack Depth Migration through First Arrival Traveltime Tomography.
Geophysicist for Chesapeake Energy (oil and gas); now vice president of Northeast Natural Energy (natural gas).
Doing collaborative field work with the USGS in October 2004: (l-r) Jiedi Wu, John Hole, Adam Niven Shumaker, Daniel Yancey, Ryan Lester, Florian Bleibinhaus.
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