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  1. Kent Sato

    Resume Snapshot: Title: Field Technician Degree: B.A. Environmental Earth & Soil Science University: California Polytechnic University Years at HGI: 1 Years in Industry: 1 Home Office: Irvine, California Specialty: Data Acquisition Escape Activities:  The Outdoors & Karate View…

  2. HGI’s Moira Poje was voted one of the “Best of SAGEEP”

    Moira Poje voted one of the “Best of SAGEEP” for her presentation: ELECTROFACIES MAPPING OF THE SANTA CRUZ AND SAN PEDRO ALLUVIAL FLOODPLAINS WITH MULTIPLE GEOELECTRICAL METHODS At this year’s Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP),…

  3. Geophysics for Groundwater Characterization

    Solutions for a complex world: Geophysics for Groundwater Characterization Article by: Luis Salgado | hydroGEOPHYSICS   In arid and semiarid locations, such as the southwestern US, groundwater is the only source of water due to the scarcity of surface water, making groundwater a valuable…

  4. Jeremy Strohmeyer

     Jeremy’s Snapshot: Title: Senior Project Manager Degree: MS in Geology & Geophysics University: University of Missouri-Rolla Years at HGI: 3 Years in Industry: 19 Home Office: Richland, Washington Specialty: Management, Business Development, Seismic Methods, Data Acquisition,…

  5. Moira Poje

    Resume Snapshot: Title: Staff Geoscientist II, Equipment Coordinator Degree: B.A. in Geophysics & Planetary Science University: Boston University Years at HGI: 5 Years in Industry: 8 Home Office: Tucson, Arizona Specialty:  Electrical resistivity,  Audio-frequency magnetotellurics,…

  6. HGI Surveys Mono Lake for the Science Channel show “Secrets on the Unknown”

    HydroGEOPHYSICS’ Dr. Nigel Crook,  & Dr. Dale Rucker use Waterborne Electrical Resistivity to explore the subbottom sediments and other geological features of Mono Lake in California to answer questions related to recent-past volcanic and tectonic events.   Mono Lake…

  7. Dr. Dale Rucker – New Editor of The Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics

    Congratulations to hydroGEOPHYSICS Dr. Dale Rucker the new editor of the Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics.  Dale is the Chief Technical Officer for hydroGEOPHYSICS, Inc (HGI) and holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering, MS in Civil Engineering, and a Doctorate in Hydrology and…

  8. Heap Leach Investigations Could Lead to Big Payback

    Heap Leach Investigations Could Lead to Big Payback Article by: Dr. Dale Rucker | Chief Technical Officer | hydroGEOPHYSICS   Heap Leach Investigations Could Lead to Big Payback – If someone were to say that they could tell you where ore is being leached, where it was compacted and…

  9. Optimized Resistivity Arrays

    When conducting electrical resistivity, whether as a two-dimensional profile, three-dimensional block, or four-dimensional time lapse study, the arrangement of electrodes and the method of acquisition are important aspects to consider for ensuring the highest quality of data and resolution of the…

  10. Dr. Allan Haas

    Allan’s  Snapshot: Title: R&D – Principal Engineering Geophysicist Degree: Ph.D. in Geophysics University: Colorado School of Mines Years at HGI: 6 Years in Industry: 26 Home Office: Richland, Washington Specialty: Electrical methods, subsurface flow, fracture flow Escape…