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Amy L. Allen graduated with a BS in Geophysical Engineering from Montana Tech in May, 2005. She participated in Montana Tech's 2003–2004 and 2004–2005 Undergraduate Research Program for which she analyzed and processed the ground penetrating radar data collected in Egypt. During the summer of 2003 she worked for Schlumberger in the Gulf of Mexico on a seismic recording vessel and during the summer of 2004 she worked for Schlumberger in Alaska as a logging engineer. She currently works for Schlumberger as a logging engineer in the Gulf of Mexico.
Laurence Bentley received his B.A. in Physics from Hamilton College in 1971 and his M.Sc. in geology and geophysics from the University of Hawaii in 1974. He worked for 10 years with Western Geophysical Company as a party manager, supervisor and research geophysicist. In 1985, Dr. Bentley returned to university to study subsurface flow and transport modeling. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Civil Engineering, Princeton University in 1990. After a one year post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Vermont, he joined the faculty of the University of Calgary in 1991. He is currently a professor in the Department of Geology & Geophysics. His current research interests include hydrogeology, ground-water modeling and near surface geophysical applications to hydrogeology.
Simon Caunt is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He has a BSc in Surveying for Resource Development from the University of Glamorgan. His early career was spent working for the British Coal Corporation within the Surveying department. He joined the newly formed Coal Authority in 1995, working initially within the subsidence section. He currently works within the Mining Information section and is closely involved with BGS on a number of different projects. Amongst these is research into using non-invasive geophysical surveying techniques for detecting mine entries …