geophysicist


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geophysicist

[¦jē·ə′fiz·ə·sist]
(geophysics)
An individual who specializes in geophysics.
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If the core's rotation is real, it places stress on geophysicists who wrestle with the subject of Earth's internal forces.
Indeed, some geophysicists suggest that a plume severed Africa from South America 130 million years ago, creating the South Atlantic Ocean.
More than 500 million years ago, Earth may have lost its balance and listed to one side, causing the continents to reposition themselves at breakneck speed, according to a team of geophysicists.
This interpretation of recent activity could be all wet if other geophysicists are correct.
McNutt, a geophysicist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in Moss Landing, Calif.
The report prepared by Kevin Hill, Geophysicist, stated that these prospects have combined potential reserves of approximately 570 BCF total of natural gas.
Otto, a seasoned geophysicist, has over 30 years in the oil and gas and seismic businesses.
Jacobsen, a geophysicist at the Carnegie Institution of Washington (D.
It's raising a few eyebrows among earthquake researchers,'' said Ken Hudnut, geophysicist at the U.
It's like being able to drain the oceans," says David Sandwell, one of the map makers and a geophysicist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla, California.
Quintanilla will serve as a Senior Geophysicist and Project Manager, while Fullen takes on the roles of Geophysicist and Business Development.
King, a geophysicist at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind.