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Beth Burton is a geophysicist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, Colorado. Beth received a B.S. in Geophysical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines (CSM) in 1999. After working for Phillips Petroleum Co. for one year, she returned to CSM and completed her M.S. in Geophysics in 2004. Beth began her career with the USGS in 2002 and has focused on the application of several methods including resistivity, seismic refraction and reflection, electromagnetics, magnetics, and GPR in solving problems at various scales. Most recently, she has been involved in several infrastructure projects involving characterization of earthen dams, levees, and canals as well as in several airborne projects in Greenland and Antarctica. She is a member of EEGS and AGU.
William E. Doll received a B.S. in Earth Science /Geophysics at Montana State University in 1977. He received an MS (1980) and Ph.D. (1983) in Geophysics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He taught at Colby College (Maine) and was a Senior Research Staff Member at Oak Ridge National Laboratory before joining the research staff at Battelle in 2005. His primary research interests have been in near-surface seismic and airborne geophysical methods. He served as President of the Near Surface Geophysics (NSG) Section of SEG in 1998-99 and was 2003–2004 President of the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society. He is a member of SEG, EEGS, and AGU. He was honored to receive the Harold Mooney Award by the Near Surface Geophysics Section of SEG in 2006 and the Gold Medal award by EEGS in 2009.
Seth Haines received his BA (geology and physics) from Middlebury College in 1997. He received his M.Sc. …