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== Biography 2014 <ref> Contributors (2014) GEOPHYSICS Volume 79, Issue 5 Sep 1, 2014. </ref> ==
 
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'''Kyle T. Spikes''' received a Ph.D. (2008) in geophysics from Stanford University. Currently, he is an assistant professor of geophysics in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin. His research interests include integration of geologic inferences with rock phys- ics and quantitative seismic interpreta- tion. These interests have to lead projects for shale characterization, CO2 sequestration, and forward numerical wave propagation
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'''Kyle T. Spikes''' received a Ph.D. (2008) in geophysics from Stanford University. Currently, he is an assistant professor of geophysics in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin. His research interests include integration of geologic inferences with rock physics and quantitative seismic interpretation. These interests have to lead projects for shale characterization, CO2 sequestration, and forward numerical wave propagation
 
methods. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, and AAPG.
 
methods. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, and AAPG.
  
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 14:02, 5 November 2019

Kyle T. Spikes
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Latest company University of Texas at Austin
PhD Geophysics
PhD university Stanford University

Kyle Spikes is currently an assistant professor at the Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences at the University of Texas at Austin. He holds the Peter T. Flawn Centennial Chair in Geology.

Biography 2014 [1]

Kyle T. Spikes received a Ph.D. (2008) in geophysics from Stanford University. Currently, he is an assistant professor of geophysics in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin. His research interests include integration of geologic inferences with rock physics and quantitative seismic interpretation. These interests have to lead projects for shale characterization, CO2 sequestration, and forward numerical wave propagation methods. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, and AAPG.

References

  1. Contributors (2014) GEOPHYSICS Volume 79, Issue 5 Sep 1, 2014.