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Jan Aylsworth, a research scientist with Natural Resources Canada, investigates landslides, including seismically-induced landslides, in the geotechnically sensitive marine clays of eastern Canada.
⇑Beatriz Benjumea received a Ph.D (1999) in geophysics from University of Granada (Spain). Her post-doctoral experience included near-surface seismics research at the Geological Survey of Canada. Currently she works at the Institut Geologic de Catalunya (Spain) and collaborates as an assitant teacher in the Master Course of Geophysics of University of Barcelona (Spain). Her research interests include application of shallow seismic reflection and refraction methods to natural hazards and its integration with other geophysical techniques.
⇑Laurence Bentley received his B.A. in Physics from Hamilton College in 1971 and his M.Sc. in Geology & 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 Geoscience. His current research interests include hydrogeology, groundwater modeling and near surface geophysical applications to hydrogeology.
⇑Alexey Bobachev received his engineering diploma in geophysics-geologist and his Ph.D in applied geophysics from Geological faculty at Moscow State University (MSU), Moscow (Russia). He joined the MSU as a teacher and researcher in 1997. He is currently associate professor in laboratory of near surface electrical prospecting at MSU. His research interests concern the resistivity method and its application. His current research focus involves 2-D and 3-D resistivity imaging. He is member of EAGE.
⇑Greg Brooks is a …