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Steve Arcone obtained his undergraduate degree from Cornell, his graduate degrees from Cornell (MEE) and Dartmouth, (PhD, 1977) and joined ERDC-CRREL in 1973. Steve researches the attenuation, scattering and dispersion of subsurface radio waves, surface wave propagation over rough terrain, the stratigraphic development of glacial and periglacial stratigraphy, and the dielectric properties of sediments. His field research has been mainly in Alaska, Antarctica, and New Hampshire, with support from NSF, NASA, SERDP and the Army 6.1 program. Steve is on the adjunct faculty at the University of Maine and Connecticut.
Seth Campbell obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Maine, School of Earth and Climate Sciences, and is currently a Research Physical Scientist at the ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) in Hanover, NH. Over the past fifteen years, he has worked in various capacities for CRREL, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, Federal Environmental Protection Agency, Central Maine Power Company, and E/Pro Engineering and Environmental Consulting. Seth has collaborated with researchers from University of Maine, University of Washington, Dartmouth College, University of New Hampshire, Berkeley Geochronology Center, Harvard University, the United States Geological Survey, and the National Park Service. His geophysical field research has included efforts in Alaska, Antarctica, Canada, Greenland, and the continuous U.S. in glaciological, permafrost, surficial, and bedrock geology applications. In his spare time, Seth also works as a professional climbing guide, outdoor educator, emergency medical technician, and emergency medicine instructor.
Jie Cui received the M.E., Dr. Eng. degree from the Institute of Engineering Mechanics in Harbin. He has been a professor at the Institute of Engineering Mechanics since 1999, and in Guangzhou University since 2005. He is Executive Director of Earthquake Engineering Research & Test Center, and the Dean of College of Civil Engineering. His current interests include wave propagation and geotechnical earthquake …