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Revision as of 14:26, 2 August 2016

Jonathan Ajo-Franklin
Jonathan B. Ajo-Franklin headshot.png
BSc Computer Science and History
MSc Geophysics
PhD Geophysics
BSc university Rice University
MSc university Stanford University
PhD university Stanford University

Biography 2015 [1]

The focus of Dr. Ajo-Franklin's research program is the use of geophysical methods to understand the spatial and temporal dynamics of subsurface processes relevant to energy and environmental applications including (but not limited to) fluid flow and structural alteration of the porous matrix e.g. mineral precipitation and dissolution. His work encompasses a wide variety of techniques and length scales ranging from monitoring pore-scale transformations using synchrotron micro-tomography (10^-6 m) to using timelapse borehole seismic measurements to characterize changes in reservoir properties (10^3 m). While he is currently involved in quite a few projects, about half are related to understanding and utilizing the geophysical signature of CO2 in the subsurface to enable monitoring of geologic carbon sequestration. The remainder of his projects delve into geophysically monitoring microbially-induced transformations, particularly as related to site remediation and enhanced hydrocarbon recovery.


  • Ph.D. From Stanford University : Geophysics (2005)
  • M.S. From Stanford University : Geophysics (2002)
  • B.A. From Rice University: Computer Science and History (1998)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow 2005-2007 at the Earth Resources Laboratory, MIT

Honors & Awards

  • Founding Member Fellow, ERL, MIT (2005)
  • Chair's Fellowship For Intergroup Research, Stanford (2002-2003)
  • EPA STAR Fellow (2001-2004)
  • Shell Fellow (1999)
  • Samuel P. Worden Award for Geophysical Research (1997)


  • SEG (Society Of Exploration Geophysics)
  • AGU (American Geophysical Union)

Professional Activities

Society Positions

  • AGU Near-Surface Geophysics Focus Group : Executive Committee Member
  • AGU Hydrogeophysics Technical Committee : Member

Journal Affiliations

  • Geophysics (Associate Editor, Letters Section)
  • Geophysical Research Letters (Reviewer)
  • Journal Of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics (Reviewer)
  • Hydrological Sciences Journal (Reviewer)
  • Geophysical Journal International (Reviewer)

SEG Best Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting 2011 [2]

Jonathan B. Ajo-Franklin, Thomas M. Daley, Yuxin Wu, Susan S. Hubbard, John Peterson,Belinda Butler-Veytia, and Bob Kelley received 2011 Best Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting for their paper Multi-level continuous active source seismic monitoring (ML-CASSM): Mapping shallow hydrofracture evolution at a TCE contaminated site.


  1. [Lawrence Berkeley Homepage http://esd.lbl.gov/about/staff/jonathanajo-franklin/]
  2. Honors & Awards Program, SEG Annual Meeting 2012, 4:30 p.m., Sunday, 4 November 2012, Mandalay Bay Convention Center,Las Vegas, Nevada USA