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Andrew P. Bérubé was born and raised in Sudbury Ontario in Canada. He studied civil engineering in both Canada and Sweden and obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree from Lakehead University in Canada. He went on to pursue a Master's Degree in environmental engineering at the Luleå University of Technology in Sweden and was subsequently offered a Ph.D. researcher position at the University's division of Applied Geophysics. Andrew defended his doctoral thesis and was awarded his Ph.D. in December of 2004.
John Deceuster received a M.S. in Mining Engineering from Faculty of Engineering Mons (Belgium) in 2002. He is currently a Ph.D. student at Faculty of Engineering Mons. His areas of research are within the fields of near-surface geophysics applied to environmental studies (landfills, industrial wasteland, etc.) and karst detection. His work focuses on electrical and EM methods. He is a member of EEGS and EAGE.
Diane Doser is a professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas at El Paso. She obtained her B.S. in applied geophysics from Michigan Technological University and her M.S. and Ph.D. in geophysics at the University of Utah. Her research interests include shallow subsurface geophysics applied to engineering, archeological and environmental problems and earthquake hazards studies.
Ekal C. Imana is currently teaching Physics and Astronomy at El Paso Community College. He earned his Ph.D. in Geophysics and M.S. in Physics from the University of Texas at El Paso. He received his first B.S. in Science education from the Kenya Science Teacher's College and another B.S. in Physics from …