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William Harbert URL: http://www.geology.pitt.edu E-mail: harbert at pitt.edu Phone: 412-624-8874 FAX: 412-624-3914 FACULTY ADVISOR: Dr. George Thompson† and Dr. Allan Cox† EDUCATION: Ph.D., Geophysics, Stanford University, April 1987, Mitchell Earth Sciences Building, Room 360 397 Panama Mall Stanford, CA 94305-2215 Tel: 650.723.4746 Fax: 650.725.7344 M.S., Exploration Geophysics, Stanford University, January 1983 B.S., (First Major) Mathematics-Geology, B.S., (Second Major) Geophysics, Western Washington University, August 1981 Geology Department 516 High Street Western Washington University Bellingham, WA 98225-9080 Tel: 360-650-3582 Fax: 360-650-7302 Ph.D. THESIS TITLE: Tectonics of Alaska, plate tectonics of the Pacific basin, and paleomagnetism of the Aleutian arc. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION: Certified Petroleum Geophysicist (American Associate of Petroleum Geologists, Division of Professional Affairs). CORPORATE TRAINING: American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid (including use of AEDs) Earth Resource Mapping Incorporated Level One--Land Information Applications Environmental Systems Research Incorporated Introduction to ARC/INFO Network, Tin, Cogo, ArcStorm and ArcScan Customizing ARC/INFO with AML Programming MapObjects with Visual Basic †Deceased
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William Harbert URL: http://www.geology.pitt.edu

E-mail: harbert at pitt.edu

Phone: 412-624-8874

FAX: 412-624-3914

FACULTY ADVISOR:

Dr. George Thompson† and Dr. Allan Cox†

EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Geophysics, Stanford University, April 1987, Mitchell Earth Sciences Building, Room 360 397 Panama Mall Stanford, CA 94305-2215 Tel: 650.723.4746 Fax: 650.725.7344

M.S., Exploration Geophysics, Stanford University, January 1983

B.S., (First Major) Mathematics-Geology,

B.S., (Second Major) Geophysics,

Western Washington University, August 1981 Geology Department

516 High Street

Western Washington University

Bellingham, WA 98225-9080

Tel: 360-650-3582

Fax: 360-650-7302

Ph.D. THESIS TITLE:

Tectonics of Alaska, plate tectonics of the Pacific basin, and paleomagnetism of

the Aleutian arc.

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

Certified Petroleum Geophysicist (American Associate of Petroleum Geologists,

Division of Professional Affairs).

CORPORATE TRAINING:

American Heart Association

Heartsaver First Aid (including use of AEDs)

Earth Resource Mapping Incorporated

Level One--Land Information Applications

Environmental Systems Research Incorporated

Introduction to ARC/INFO

Network, Tin, Cogo, ArcStorm and ArcScan

Customizing ARC/INFO with AML

Programming MapObjects with Visual Basic

†Deceased

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Working with MapObjects Internet Map Server

Introduction to Programming ArcObjects with VBA

Advanced ArcObjects Component Development I

Advanced ArcObjects Component Development II (.NET)

Creating and Editing Geodatabase Features with ArcGIS (for ArcEditor and

ArcInfo)

Exploring the VBA Environment

Introduction to ArcGIS 9 Geospatial Analyst

Learning ArcGIS 9 Spatial Analyst

Working with ModelBuilder

Introduction to the Hazus-MH 2.0 Earthquake Model

Introduction to the Hazus-MH 2.0 Flood Model

Introduction to the Hazus-MH 2.0 Hurricane Model

Introduction to the Mazus-MH 2.0 Storm Surge Model

Basics of Python (for ArcGIS 10)

Halliburton

ProMAX 2D/3D

SeisSpace Promax.

Hampson-Russell, A CGGVeritas Company (taught by Dan Hampson)

Data Loading Workshop

STRATA Workshop

AVO Workshop

EMERGE Workshop

STRATA Workshop software version 9

AVO Workshop software version 9

EMERGE Workshop software version 9

Ikon Science

RokDoc Three-Day Training course. Taught by Andrew Snowling.

ION GMG

MESA Field

MESA Professional

MESA Expert

Kansas Geological Survey and GEOMETRICS

MASW (Multichannel analysis of surface waves, software version 2) Workshop.

Taught by Dr. Julian Ivanov (Kansas Geological Survey).

MASW (Multichannel analysis of surface waves, software version 3) Workshop.

Taught by Dr. Julian Ivanov (Kansas Geological Survey).

GAMIT/GLOBK

GAMIT/GLOBK Workshop. Taught by Professor Robert King (MIT) and

Professor Thomas Herring (MIT)

National Center for Supercomputing Applications

Scaling to Petascale Institute 2017

Parallel Geoscience Corporation

A Lab Course in Seismic Reflection Processing. Taught by Professor Roger

Young (University of Oklahoma)

PetRos EiKon Technologies

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EMIGMA V 7.5 Near Surface Electromagnetic Interpretation

EMIGMA V 7.5 Airborne—FEM Electromagnetics

Qwiklabs

Image Classification with DIGITS

Accelerating Applications with GPU-Accelerated Libraries in C/C++

Accelerating Applications with CUDA C/C++

Open ACC 2X in 4 Steps

Safety Plus LLC

Safety Orientation

Schlumberger

Petrel 2011 Fundamentals

Petrel 2011 Geology

Petrel 2012 Geophysics

Petrel 2012 Petrel Workflow Editor and Uncertainty Analysis

Seismic Micro Technologies, Inc.

Geophysical Interpretation - 2d/3d PAK

Power Tools for Geologists - EarthPAK

Society of Exploration Geophysics, Continuing Education

Planning and Operating a Land 3D Seismic Survey – Andreas Cordsen

AVO: Seismic Lithology – Fred Hilterman

Seismic Fluid Detection, Reservoir Delineation and Recovery Monitoring

Marine Electromagnetic Methods for Hydrocarbon Exploration – Steve Constable

Integrating Seismic, CSEM and Well Log Data for Reservoir Characterization –

Lucy MacGregor

Microseismic Monitoring in Oil or Gas Reservior – Leo Eisner

Seismic Interferometry for Exploration and Production – Deyan Draganov and

Kees Wapenaar.

3-D Seismic Attributes for Prospect Identification and Reservoir Characterization

– Kurt Marfurt.

Microseismic Imaging of Hydraulic Fracturing: Improved Engineering of

Unconventional Shale Reservoirs – Shawn Maxwell

Processing and Inversion of Airborne Gravity Gradiometry – Yaoguo Li and

Cericia Martinez

Fractures and Stress from 3D Azimuthal Seismic Data, Dr. Heloise Lynn

Society of Petroleum Engineers

Practical Aspects of CO2 Flooding EOR and Introduction to CO2 geosequestration

Ohio University

Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Certification Training

ORACLE

Introduction to ORACLE: SQL and PL/SQL using procedure builder

University of Pittsburgh

1998 Russian Summer Language Institute

U.S. Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

Hazard Training

EXPERIENCE:

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8/09-present Professor, Department of Geology and Planetary Sciences, University of

Pittsburgh. Teach classes, conduct research in geophysics, geographical

information systems and plate tectonics, serve on university committees.

12/17-present Adjunct Professor, Department of Engineering and Public Policy (EPP),

College of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University.

8/17-present Chair, Continuing Education Committee, Society of Exploration

Geophysicists Council, chair the continuing education (CE) committee,

approve annual CE committee report, provide Board of Directors with

suggestions and recommendations regarding all aspects of continuing

education in geophysics and represent the members of the Society.

9/15-present District 4 Representative, Society of Exploration Geophysicists Council,

approve annual report, provide Board of Directors with suggestions and

recommendations, serve and advise Board of Directors, represent the

members of the Society.

9/99-present Co-Director, Alfred E. Sloan Professional Masters of Science in

Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing, University of

Pittsburgh.

9/95-present Co-Director, Undergraduate Certificate in Geographical Information

Systems at the University of Pittsburgh.

10/90-present Adjunct Faculty, Russian and Eastern European Studies, University of

Pittsburgh.

10/88-present Research Associate, The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh,

Pennsylvania. Complete magnetostratigraphic studies of important fossil

localities.

11/14-present ORISE Research Associate, National Energy Technology Laboratory,

Department of Energy, Pittsburgh, PA.

1/15-9/17 Faculty Fellow, Honors College, University of Pittsburgh.

11/15-3/16 Gestattungsvertrag, Fachbereich Geowissenschaften, Institut für

Geologische Wissenschaften, Fachrichtung Geophysik, Freie Universität

Berlin.

1/16-9/16 Science Advisory Board Voting Member. Center for Geologic Storage of

CO2 (GSCO2). Thoroughly review project activities and submit

comments to GSCO2.

6/13-6/15 Reviewer, United States Department of Energy Enhanced Geothermal

Systems (EGS) Program, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable

Energy (EERE). EGS Demonstration Project Phase reviewer.

9/08-5/14 Voting Member, University of Pittsburgh University Planning and

Budgeting Committee.

12/14-12/15 Faculty Fellow, University Honors College (UHC), University of

Pittsburgh.

9/10-8/13 Chairman, Department of Geology and Planetary Science, University of

Pittsburgh.

9/10-6/12 Voting Member, University of Pittsburgh Senate Council.

9/10-6/12 Voting Member, elected School of Arts and Sciences Representative,

University of Pittsburgh Faculty Assembly.

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4/09-9/11 Member, Academic Advisory Committee to the Pennsylvania Department

of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) on the assessment of

geological sequestration of carbon dioxide.

9/10-12/12 Science Advisory Board Voting Member, In Salah Gas CO2 Storage JIP.

Thoroughly review project and submit report to JIP.

11/07-5/10 Resident Institute Fellow, NETL-Institute for Advanced Energy Solutions

(IAES)

7/07-7/09 Voting Member, University of Pittsburgh Senate Council.

9/06-9/09 Voting Member, elected School of Arts and Sciences Representative,

University of Pittsburgh Faculty Assembly.

8/06-12/07 Stakeholder, Carbon Management Advisory Group, Department of

Conservation and Natural Resources, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Draft report focused on carbon management for the commonwealth.

9/94-9/08 Associate Professor, Department of Geology and Planetary Sciences,

University of Pittsburgh. Teach classes, conduct research in GIS,

geophysics, paleomagnetism and plate tectonics, serve on university

committees.

3/05-3/07 ORISE Research Associate, National Energy Technology Laboratory,

Department of Energy, Pittsburgh, PA.

3/02-6/05 Chairman, Department of Geology and Planetary Science, University of

Pittsburgh.

3/02-3/03 ORISE Research Associate, National Energy Technology Laboratory,

Department of Energy, Pittsburgh, PA.

9/02-11/02 Full Voting Member, Governor’s Commission on Mine Voids and Mine

Safety. Investigate Mine Voids and Mine Safety, hold public hearings,

and complete a detailed report for the Governor of Pennsylvania.

9/98-9/01 Associate Member, Penn State Astrobiology Research Center (PSARC),

provide expertise in projects focused on Astrobiology.

9/88-9/94 Assistant Professor, Department of Geology and Planetary Sciences,

University of Pittsburgh. Teach classes and conduct research in

paleomagnetism and plate tectonics.

7/90-9/90 Foreign Scientist, supported by Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R.

Conduct paleomagnetic field work in the Koryakia region of northeastern

USSR.

8/89-10/89 Exchange Scientist, Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R – U.S. National

Academy of Sciences, Conduct paleomagnetic field work in the Chita

region of eastern Siberia.

8/87-8/88 Research Associate, National Research Council. Conduct research on the

paleolatitude of Wrangellia.

6/87-7/88 Visiting Scholar, Department of Geophysics, Stanford University.

Conduct research in plate tectonics and paleomagnetism.

9/86-7/87 Computer Systems Manager, Geophysics Department, Erebus VAX(750),

Stanford University. Maintain VAX 750, oversee responsibilities for all

aspects of hardware, software and supplies.

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1/83-6/87 Research Assistant, Geophysics Department, Stanford University.

Conduct independent research into paleomagnetic and plate tectonics

problems.

1/84-3/84 Teaching Assistant, Geophysics Department, Stanford University. Aid in

the teaching of GP190-Plate Tectonics.

6/82-9/82 GFA-5, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA. Migration of

multichannel seismic data on VAX 11/780. Thermal and AF

demagnetization of paleomagnetic samples collected from Aleutian

Islands.

6/81-9/81 Graduate Geophysics Student, Phillips Petroleum Company, Denver CO.

Seismic, magnetic and gravity interpretation and prospecting.

9/80-5/81 GFA-5, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA.

Paleomagnetic sampling and demagnetizing of samples collected from the

Okanagon region of Washington state.

7/80-8/80 Geophysics Student, Phillips Petroleum Company, Bartlesville, OK.

Processing seismic data of Phillips PIC group.

6/79-9/79 Geologic and Geophysical Field Assistant, Cominco American, Noatak

Camp, Alaska. AMT, IP, also some surveying with HP survey Instrument,

also soil sampling and core splitting.

6/78-8/78 Geophysical field assistant, Cominco American, Kogolaktuk Camp,

Alaska. MAX-MIN, Turam, soil sampling and core splitting.

6/76-9/76 Medical and safety staff, Juneau Icefield Research Program, Alaska,

Mass-balance study of Cathedral glacier, some surveying (T-2, T-3).

6/75-8/75 NSF sponsored student, Juneau Icefield Research Project, Alaska, Some

use of T-2 survey instrument.

HONORS:

12/2017 R&D 100 Award Winner for National Risk Assessment Partnership

(NRAP) Toolset. United States Department of Energy National

Laboratory Team member.

1/2015 Recognition of work published, presented by Christopher A. Smith,

Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, United States Department of

Energy.

2015-2018: Honors College Faculty Fellow, University of Pittsburgh.

11/2015-3/16 Gestattungsvertrag, Fachbereich Geowissenschaften, Institut für

Geologische Wissenschaften, Fachrichtung Geophysik, Freie Universität

Berlin

2013: Theme 10 (Geophysics) Chair, AAPG 2013 ACE.

2013: Division of Environmental Geosciences (DEG) Luncheon Speaker, 20th

Anniversary Luncheon, American Association of Petroleum Geologists.

2013: Founder’s Award, Geophysical Society of Pittsburgh, Society of

Exploration Geophysicists.

2004: Fulbright Hays Award, Contemporary Mongolia project.

1990: Foreign Scientist, Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R.

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1990: Outstanding Service Certificate, U.S. National Committee for the

International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics and the American

Geophysical Union.

1989: Exchange Scientist, Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R – United States

National Academy of Sciences.

1987-1988: Research Associate, National Research Council.

1987-1988: Visiting Scholar, Department of Geophysics, Stanford University.

1984: Honorable Mention: Best Student Talk: Pacific Section American

Association of Petroleum Geologists, 59th annual meeting.

1976: Honors Group, 35th Annual Science Talent Search, for Westinghouse

Science Scholarships and Awards.

1976: National Junior Science and Humanities participant, one of five

representatives from Washington State to attend convention held at

Georgetown University, May 19-22.

1976: First Place Award, Washington State Science Talent Search, during

competition held in Richland, Washington.

1976: Selected as one of two Washington state delegates to attend the National

Youth Science Camp in West Virginia. (Declined due to prior

commitment to Juneau Icefield Research Project).

CHAIRED SESSIONS:

1. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2018, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage I.

2. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2018, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage II.

3. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Annual Meeting 2017, Multicomponent

Seismic (MS) 2: Applications.

4. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2017, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage I.

5. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2017, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage II.

6. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2016, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage I.

7. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2016, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage II.

8. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2015, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage I.

9. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2015, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage II.

10. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2014, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage I.

11. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2014, Geophysical Monitoring for

Geologic Carbon Storage II.

12. American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) ACE 2013. Theme 10:

Geology/Geophysics Integration Case Studies (AAPG).

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13. American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) ACE 2013. Theme 10:

Microseismic Methods Relevant to Fracturing and Exploration Geophysics

(AAPG).

14. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012, Climate Engineering and

Carbon Sequestration Monitoring I.

15. Geological Society of America, Northeastern/North-Central Section 2011, CO2

Sequestration.

16. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, 2009, Geophysical Monitoring,

Verification, and Accounting for Geologic Carbon Sequestration.

17. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, 1999, Tectonics of the Kamchatka

Peninsula and Northern Pacific Basin: New Results II.

18. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, 1999, Geographical Information

Systems and Remote Sensing Methods applied to Tectonics.

19. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, 1996, Tectonics of the Circum

Pacific and Atlantic.

20. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, 1994, Tectonics of Asia-New

Paleomagnetic Perspectives.

21. Geological Society of America, National Meeting, 1993, Wednesday, Computers

in Geology.

22. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, 1990, Wednesday, Apparent

PolarWander Path II.

23. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 1988, Pre-Cenozoic Circum-Pacific

Paleomagnetism.

24. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting 1987, Terrane Motions II: Case

Histories.

25. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 1985, Circum-Pacific

Paleomagnetism and Tectonics,

RESEARCH AWARDS:

EAR-8915840, Upgrading the Paleomagnetic Research at the University of

Pittsburgh, with V. A. Schmidt.

EAR-8916442, Paleomagnetism of the Olutorsky Peninsula and Kuul Suture

Zone, Northeast USSR.

EAR-9104752, Upgrading the Paleomagnetic Research at the University of

Pittsburgh, with V. A. Schmidt.

EAR-910003P, Computer visualization of Steens Mountain Geomagnetic

Reversal.

EAR-9219271, Tectonics and paleomagnetism of the Kamenskoye-Penzhinskaya

Guba Regions, Koryak Superterrane, Northeastern Russia.

ATM950006P, Atmospheric heating in the pre-Cambrian atmosphere as a

function of atmospheric composition.

EAR-9706446, Tectonics and Paleomagnetism of Kamchatka Peninsula

Composite Terranes, Northeastern Russia.

EAR-9700174, Enhancing geoscience education and public outreach:

Partnership between the University of Pittsburgh and the Carnegie Museum of Natural

History, with Rosemary Capo, David Crown, Harold Rollins and Jack Donahue.

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EAR-9940717, Upgrading the Paleomagnetic Laboratory at the University of

Pittsburgh.

NASA-ERS-1 SAR Award, Paleomagnetism and tectonics of the Penshinskiya

Khrebet using high resolution SAR data, northern Kamchatka Peninsula, USSR (more

than 100 full resolution ERS-1/2 SAR scenes, 32 Space Shuttle SIR-C SAR images).

NASA-ASTER Award, Urban Monitoring of Cities of the former Soviet Union

using NASA ASTER Data, with M. Ramsey

Hewlett International Grant Program, Urban Monitoring of Cities of the

former Soviet Union using NASA ASTER Data.

Alfred E. Sloan Foundation, 2001-2003, A New Professional Masters in

Geographical Information Systems. Grant Award to Associate Dean Steve Husted,

Geology and Planetary Science portion to William Harbert.

Department of Energy, 2002, National Energy Technology Laboratory,

University Partnership Fellowship (12 month GSR MS graduate student Paula Grgrich).

ARCUS, 2002 (Arctic Research Consortium of the United States), Visiting

Scientist Award.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2003,

National Energy Technology Laboratory, University Partnership Fellowship (12 month

GSR MS graduate student Mark Zellman).

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2003 and

2004, National Energy Technology Laboratory, University Partnership Fellowship (12

month GSR Ph.D.graduate student Brian Lipinski).

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2004,

National Energy Technology Laboratory, University Partnership Fellowship (6 month

GSR MS graduate student Kevin Warner).

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation ($2.13 million), May 12, 2004 –

May 10, 2007, Interstate – 99, Environmental Research, Research Associate (non – PI).

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2005/2006,

Environmental Geophysics.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2005, GIS

Technologist 12 month GSR in support of Environmental Geophysics.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2007-2009,

Reflection Seismic.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2007-2009,

Rock Physics.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2007-2009,

Risk Assessment.

RPSEA, Department of Energy, 2009-2011 (subcontract to Bureau of Economic

Geology, University of Texas).

DCNR, State of Pennsylvania, 2009 (subcontract to Department of Civil and

Environmental Engineering, University of Pittsburgh).

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2009-2013,

Petrophysics.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2009-2013,

Risk Assessment.

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National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2010-2013,

Geophysics and Petrophysics Relevant to Enhanced Geothermal.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2012-2013,

Hydrofracturing Monitoring and Analysis.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2012-2013,

EDX Activity.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2012-2013,

NRAP Activity.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2012-2013,

Geophysical Monitoring.

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2013-2014,

Analysis of Microseismic, Cross Well Seismic, & Surface Seismic Data from the Greene

& Clearfield County Sites

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2013-2014,

Experimental Evaluation of Deepwater/Ultra Deepwater Cement

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2013-2014,

Effects of Pore-Filling Fluids on Seismic Wave Properties

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2013-2014,

Identification & Characterization of Field Site(s) for Ground Motion Study

National Energy Technology Laboratory, Department of Energy, 2013-2014,

Develop Risk-Based Monitoring Strategies

OTHER AWARDS:

Seismic Micro Technologies, Kingdom Suite+

Landmark, ProMAX 4D, and many other geophysical processing and

visualization software packages.

IKON Science, Rok Doc.

Veritas Hampson-Russell, GLID3D, Elog, Geoview, View3D and other

geophysical processing and visualization software packages.

Schlumberger, Petrel and all associated modules.

GX Technology, Earthwave.

Environmental Systems Research Inc., Arc/Info Workstation and all modules

INVITED LECTURES:

1. November 18 1990: Computerized study of geophysical phenomena: Computers In

Academia lecture series, University of Pittsburgh.

2. December 1, 1992: Plate tectonics and paleomagnetism of southern Alaska and

northeastern Russia: Department of Geological Sciences Seminar Series, Cornell

University.

3. February 18, 1993: Paleomagnetism of Koryak region, northeastern Russia:

Department of Geological Sciences Seminar Series, Michigan State University.

4. November 4, 1993: Geological interpretation of Kamchatka, Russia: Constraints

from digital residual magnetics, synethetic aperature radar, LANDSAT MSS,

digital elevation models, paleomagnetism and previous geological studies:

Department of Geological Sciences Seminar Series, University of Tennessee.

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5. January 23, 1996, What is GIS and why is it important to Russia?, Center for Russian

and East European Studies, Unversity Center for International Studies, University

of Pittsburgh.

6. November 18, 1998: Tectonics of Kamchatka, Department of Geology and

Geophysics, Yale University.

7. March 5, 1999: Tectonics of Kamchatka, Geophysical Institute, University of Texas at

Austin.

8. January 21, 2000: Geographical Information Systems and Scientific Collaboration,

Honors College, University of Pittsburgh.

9. September 8, 2000: Web-based GIS on UNIX and NT Servers, California University

of Pennsylvania, Southpointe Center.

10. October 25, 2000: Paleomagnetic Perspectives on Accretionary Tectonics,

Geodynamics Seminar, The Pennsylvania State University.

11. January 22-24, 2001: Arctic GIS Workshop, Reality Roundtable Panelist, Arctic

Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS), Seattle, Washington.

12. May 11, 2001: GIS and Visualization, (two presentations) Mid Atlantic Planetarium

Society (MAPS) Meeting, Carnegie Museums (Science and Natural History),

Pittsburgh, PA.

13. November 22, 2002: Serving on the Governor’s Commission Investigating Mine

Voids and Mine Safety: A Personal Perspective, Friday Afternoon Lecture,

University Honors College.

14. January 25, 2005: "Life of a Tsunami and Geospatial Analysis of this Coastal

Hazard", panel member in the GSPIA Policy Forum“Tsunami: Causes, Impact,

and Response” forum.

15. February 21, 2005: “Paleomagnetism and Plate Tectonics”, Department of

Geography, Geology and the Environment, Slippery Rock University.

16. March 11, 2005: “Paleomagnetic Perspectives on Accretionary Tectonics: Examples

from Kamchatka, Russia”, Department of Geology, University of Akron.

17. April 13, 2005: “GPS Fundamentals; an informal and rambling review of a

revolutionary technology”, Southwest Pennsylvania Chapter of the Sierra Club.

18. August 26, 2005: “A Web-based Course in the Spatial Analysis of Geohazards using

ArcGIS 9.x and 8.x”, 6th Annual Central Appalachian Geo-Spatial Conference,

California University of Pennsylvania.

19. October 27, 2005: “Review of Kamchatka Peninsula Accretionary Tectonics As

Constrained By Paleomagnetic Data and an overview of Environmental

Geophysics at the University of Pittsburgh”, The Alumni/Shell Oil Company

Distinguished Lecture Series, Michigan State University.

20. January 12, 2006: “Electromagnetic Environmental Geophysics at the University of

Pittsburgh”, Department of Geology and Planetary Science Colloquium,

University of Pittsburgh.

21. May 25, 2007: "Geospatial Analysis of Geohazards", Advances in Spatial

Information Science Research Symposium, School of Information Sciences,

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

22. September 6, 2007: "Sequestration 101: An overview", Department of Geology and

Planetary Science Colloquium, University of Pittsburgh.

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23. October 11, 2007: "Reflection Seismic and Rock Physics investigations relevant to

carbon dioxide sequestration", Science 2007, University of Pittsburgh.

24. November 2, 2007: "Concepts and geophysical research at the University of

Pittsburgh relevant to CO2 Sequestion: What, why and when", Friday Afternoon

Lecture, University Honors College, University of Pittsburgh.

25. January 30, 2007:"A geophysical perspective regarding Russian gas and oil deposits

and European energy requirements", Center for Russian and East European

Studies, University of Pittsburgh.

26. January 15, 2009: "Pennsylvania's Carbon Management Plan, a presentation and

discussion", Department of Geology and Planetary Science Colloquium,

University of Pittsburgh.

27. January 16, 2009: "Pennsylvania's carbon management plane: How much carbon do

you use and what do we do about it?", Friday Afternoon Lecture, University

Honors College, University of Pittsburgh.

28. February 3, 2009, "Russian Energy Update: 2009", (with Dr. Robert Donnorummo),

Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh.

29. June 23, 2009, "Direct detection of subsurface CO2", U.S. Department of State

(DOS), Climate Roadshow, National Energy Technology Laboratory.

30. September 11, 2009, "Carbon Sequestration and Energy", University Honors

College, University of Pittsburgh.

31. September 29, 2009, "Geophysical Imaging of subsurface CO2", NETL-IAES

Fellows Meeting, NETL (Pittsburgh, Morgantown, Albany sites), U.S.

Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratories.

32. October 13, 2009, "Geophysical based characterization of a CO2 sequestration

flood", Department of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University.

33. October 22, 2009, "Geophysical characterization of subsurface CO2", Department of

Geology and Planetary Science, University of Pittsburgh.

34. April 16th, 2010, "Detecting nm/sec ground motions, internal earth structure and

global climate change, all from the Allegheny Observatory", 2010 Public Lecture

Series, Allegheny Observatory.

35. May 6th, 2010, "4D Reflection Seismic Survey Over a CO2 Injection", Permian Basin

Geophysical Society, Midland, Texas.

36. May 19th, 2010, "Geology of Oil and Gas", IRWA Chapter 55, Bella Sera,

Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.

37. January 6th, 2010, “Geology talk in three parts: Energy, Water and Climate, and

Sequestration. With an aside regarding when science lags behind; an example

from the London Cholera epidemics”, Department of Geology and Planetary

Science, University of Pittsburgh.

38. January 26th, 2010, “REES Energy Review 2010”, (with Dr. Robert Donnorummo),

Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh.

39. February 4th, 2010, “Energy, Water, Climate”, University Honors College, University

of Pittsburgh

40. September 15th, 2011, “Energy, Water, Climate and Sequestration”, Department of

Geology and Planetary Science, University of Pittsburgh.

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41. October 5th, 2011, “Drilling into the science of the Marcellus Shale”, Science 2011,

University of Pittsburgh (with Dr. Radisav Vidic, Civil and Environmental

Engineering).

42. October 6th, 2011, “Geoscience of the Marcellus Shale”, International Leadership

Program, University of Pittsburgh.

43. October 14th, 2011, "Integration of rock physics measurements into a 4D seismic

survey relevant to subsurface CO2 monitoring", Earth and Environmental

Sciences Seminar, Lehigh University.

44. January 20th, 2012, “Fracking and Inducted Seismicity: What is Happening?”,

University Honors College, University of Pittsburgh.

45. February 2nd. 2012, “Geophysics related to Marcellus and hydrocarbon exploration.”,

College of Wooster.

46. February 9th, 2012, “Petrophysics and geophysics related to CCUS.”, Department of

Geology and Geography, West Virginia University

47. March 8th, 2012, “Geophysics related to Marcellus and hydrocarbon exploration.”,

Slippery Rock University.

48. September 21st, 2012, “Energy (including hydrologic fracturing), Water, Climate and

CO2 storage.”, University Honors College, University of Pittsburgh.

49. January 11th, 2013, “Geophysics related to Marcellus and hydrocarbon exploration”,

Civil and Environmental Engineering, Swanson School of Engineering,

University of Pittsburgh.

50. April 18th, 2013, “Energy (including hydrologic fracturing), Water, Climate and CO2

Enhanced Oil Recovery”, Department of Geology and Geography, West Virginia

University.

51. July 11th, 2013, “Integrated Geophysics Applied to Southwestern Pennsylvania”, SEG

D&P Forum Integrated Geophysics for Unconventional Resources, Krakow,

Poland.

52. September 13th, 2013, “Incorporating an International Perspective on Hydrocarbon-

based Energy into the Curriculum”, Globalizing the Future: Incorporating

International Perspectives on Energy Across the Curriculum, Southern

Polytechnic State University, Marietta, Georgia.

53. January 22nd, 2014, “Russian and Eastern European Energy Review – The Impact of

Shale Gas”, (with Dr. Robert Donnorummo), Center for Russian and East

European Studies, University of Pittsburgh.

54. January 31st, 2014, “Global Energy and Hydrofracturing”, University Honors

College, University of Pittsburgh

55. February 21st, 2014, “Strengths and pitfalls in 3D b-value and D-value calculations

using microseismic data”, PHASE 10th Anniversary Symposium, Freie

Universitaet Berlin.

56. August 7th, 2014, “Connecting subsurface seismic activity to pumping during

hydraulic fracturing”, 1st Monitoring Network and Modelling Networked

Combined Meeting, IEAGHG, Morgantown, WV.

57. August 18th, 2014, “Geophysical Monitoring”, Monitoring for CO2 Geological

Storage: Approaches and Development of a Monitoring Plan, Carnegie Mellon

University, Pittsburgh, PA.

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58. September 23rd, 2014, “Applied Geophysics”, Sophomore Physics Seminar,

Department of Physics, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

59. October 3rd, 2014, “Induced Seismicity”, Lunch and Learn Seminar, Bureau of

Topographic and Geologic Survey, Economic Geology Division, Commonwealth

of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, PA.

60. October 29th, 2014, “Identification of abandoned wells using airborne magnetics”,

ITRI-NETL Geological Carbon Storage Workshop on Site Characterization and

Risk Assessment, Hsinchu, Taiwan.

61. October 30th, 2014, “Geophysical Monitoring and Induced Seismicity”, ITRI-NETL

Geological Carbon Storage Workshop on Site Characterization and Risk

Assessment, Hsinchu, Taiwan.

62. January 6th, 2015, “Induced and Triggered Seismicity: Fundamentals, New

Observations and Challenges”, Geophysical Society of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

63. February 26th, 2015, “Induced and Triggered Seismicity: Fundamentals, New

Observations and Challenges”, Department of Geology and Environmental

Science, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

64. August 19th, 2015, “Monitoring the Extent of CO2 Plume and Pressure Perturbation”,

Carbon Storage R&D Review Meeting, United States Department of Energy,

Pittsburgh, PA.

65. September 29th, 2015, “Applied Geophysics”, Sophomore Physics Seminar,

Department of Physics, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

66. November 11th, 2015, “Geophysics applied to hydrofracturing”, Fachrichting

Geophysik, Geologische Wissenschaften, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

67. December 2rd, 2015, “Geophysics and petrophysics relevant to hydrofracturing

microseismicity”, GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ, Potsdam, Germany.

68. January 26th, 2016, “Energy transition and hydrocarbon reboot: Oil, gas and energy

over the next ten years”, Fachrichting Geophysik, Geologische Wissenschaften,

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

69. February 22nd, 2016, “An overview of Petrel as used in exploration”, Fachrichting

Geophysik, Geologische Wissenschaften, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

70. February 23rd, 2016, “Advanced workflows and analysis using Petrel in exploration

geophysics”, Fachrichting Geophysik, Geologische Wissenschaften, Freie

Universität Berlin, Germany.

71. April 6, 2016, “Russian and Eastern European Hydrocarbon Energy Review – The

Great Energy Shakeout”, (with Dr. Robert Donnorummo), Center for Russian

and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh.

72. September 27th, 2016, “Applied Geophysics”, Sophomore Physics Seminar,

Department of Physics, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

73. October 27th, 2016, “National and Global Energy”, University Honors College,

University of Pittsburgh.

74. October 13th, 2016, “Allegheny Observatory Seismograph and Earthquake

Seismology”, White House Astronomy Night, Allegheny Observatory.

75. January 10th, 2017, “Ultrasonic Seismic Wave Elastic Moduli and Attenuation,

Petrophysical Models and Work Flows for Better Subsurface Imaging Related to

Monitoring of Sequestrated Supercritical CO2 and Geothermal Energy

Exploration”, NRAP Webinar Series (Webinar #3), U.S. Department of Energy.

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76. February 7th, 2017, “Advanced Reflection Seismic Analysis: Pre-stack and post-stack

seismic attribute, AVO, and inversion (Model, Colored, Sparse Spike, and Neural

Network) methods, application to exploration and reservoir monitoring”,

Geophysical Society of Pittsburgh, Society of Exploration Geophysicists. 77. March 6th, 2017, “Strengthening Energy Research and Security”, IVLP, U.S.

Department of State, Center for Energy, University of Pittsburgh. 78. September 23th, 2017, “Allegheny Observatory Open House”, Seismograph Tour

Station, Allegheny Observatory.

79. October 3rd, 2017, “Applied Geophysics”, Sophomore Physics Seminar, Department

of Physics, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES-MEMBERSHIP:

Professional Life Member: Society of Exploration Geophysics (SEG)

Professional Member: Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)

Professional Member: American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

(Registered hydrocarbon geophysicist)

Professional Member: American Geophysical Union (AGU)

SERVICE ACTIVITIES:

Phase 3 CO2 Capture Project (CCP3) Storage Team, Invited Participant (5/11-present)

Oil Resource Team Member, NETL (2/15-present).

Scientific Advisory Board, JIP, British Petroleum (4/10-4/13)

Voting Member, University Planning and Budget Committee (9/11-present)

Voting Member, Senate Council, University of Pittsburgh (9/11-6/12)

Voting Member, Faculty Assembly (School of Arts and Sciences representative),

University of Pittsburgh (9/11-6/12).

Provost’s New Department Chairs Orientation Planning Committee (2010, 2011).

Voting Member, University Planning and Budget Committee (9/08-9/11)

Arts and Sciences Nominating Committee (AY 2008)

Voting Member, Senate Council, University of Pittsburgh (7/1/07-6/30/09)

Voting Member, Faculty Assembly (School of Arts and Sciences representative),

University of Pittsburgh (2006-2009).

Arts and Sciences Nominating Committee (AY 2008), School of Arts and Sciences

elected representative.

School of Arts and Sciences Marshal, University of Pittsburgh 2005 Commencement

Convocation.

Arts and Sciences Council (9/04- 4/05). Appointed representative of the Natural

Sciences Departments at the University of Pittsburgh.

ECAC- Specialized Computer Laboratories working group (Chair 9/98-9/99).

ECAC- Computing Laboratories (2/93-9/99).

ECAC- Faculty Computing (2/93-9/99).

Information Technologies Steering Committee (ITSC) (2/93-5/96).

Executive Committee on Academic Computing (ECAC) (2/93-5/96).

Senate Computer Usage Committee (Chair 2/93-5/96).

Senate Computer Usage Committee (90-93).

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ECAC Advanced Technologies subcommittee (88-5/96).

University of Pittsburgh Tenure Council.

Arts and Sciences Faculty Grants Committee.

Multiple SciTech/GIS Day Carnegie Museum of Science presentations (meet multiple

classes of 6-12 grade students presenting GIS science).

Scientific review of “Everyday Science” Radio Program scripts.

Peer review service to the Journal of Geophysical Research, Geological Society of

America, Geophysics International, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, and

Tectonophysics, Geophysics International.

Multiple years of Docent Training: Carnegie Museum of Natural Sciences.

Peer review of National Science Foundation and other Federal agencies proposals.

Appointed Commissioner on the Governor’s Commission on Mine Voids.

Service on some Ph.D. committees outside of the Department of Geology and Planetary

Science within the University of Pittsburgh:

Cai, Guoray, 1999, A Spatial Modeling Approach to Telecommunications Infrastructure

Assessment, Ph.D. thesis, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh,

149 pp.

Okumura, Hideyuki, 1999, The Relationship Between Structure and Magnetic Properties

in Ultra-Fine Grained/Nanostructured FePd Alloys, Ph.D. thesis, Department of

Material Sciences, School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 437 pp.

Ku, Cheng-Yu, 2001, Modeling of Jointed Rock Masses Based on the Numerical

Manifold Method, Ph.D. thesis, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,

School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 221 pp.

An, Weizhe, 2007, The study of GIS-based hydrological model in highway

environmental assessment. School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh,

200 pp..

Niblick, Briana, 2013, Integrating Spatial Implications into Solving Life-Cycle

Challenges of Biofuels and Industrial Symbiosis. School of Engineering, University

of Pittsburgh, 154 pp..

Woo, Sui Chi, 2013, Constraining the geometry, size scale and physical conditions of

outflowing broad absorption line regions in quasars. Department of Physics and

Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh, 146 pp..

Blanco, Dunia, 2013, Paleomagnetic studies of volcanic rocks in Siberia and

sedimentary rocks in Southern Alberta: From long-term geomagnetic field

variations to age determinations. University of Alberta, 173 pp.

Wang, Zan, 2015, Characterization and Monitoring of Geochemical and Geophysical

Effects of CO2 Leakage from Sequestration Reservoirs, Department of Civil and

Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 69 pp..

Zhang, Liming, 2015, Ph.D. Examination Committee, Building Performance and

Diagnostics, School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University.

Wang, Pengyun, 2016, A Statistical Approach for Assessing Seismic Transitions

associated with Wastewater Injection, Department of Civil and Environmental

Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University.

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Meira, Nateus Goes Castro, 2017, Seismic Monitoring of Carbonate Reservoirs using

Stochastic Time-Lapse Inversion, Department of Exploration Geophysics, Curtin

University.

Fu, Wei, 2018, Hydraulic Fracture Interacting with Partially-Cemented and Non-

Persistent Natural Fracture, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,

University of Pittsburgh.

OTHER SERVICE ACTIVITIES:

Past Faculty Advisor, Beta Chapter, , Earth Sciences Honor Society

COURSES TAUGHT:

0030 Introduction to Geography

0045 Natural Sciences (team member, second term)

0840 Restless Earth (Honors section)

1400 Introduction to Geophysics

1410 Applied Geophysics

1445 Introduction to Geographical Information Systems and GPS Methods

1447 Well Logging

1905 Topics in Geographical Information Systems: Undergraduate Independent

Research Project.

2110 Plate Tectonics

2430 Paleomagnetism

2446 Advanced GIS/GPS and Computer Methods for Earth Scientists

3940 Topics in Geophysics

3945 Topics in Geographical Information Systems

3946 Advanced ArcObjects Programming using Visual Basic .NET (retired)

3946 Python scripting for ArcGIS

7840 Restless Earth (External studies)


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