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'''Thomas L. Davis (1947- )''' PhD., is a Professor of Geophysics at Colorado School of Mines and Director of the Reservior Characterization Project (RCP) in the Department of Geophysics.
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'''Thomas L. Davis (1947- )''' is a Professor Emeritus of Geophysics at Colorado School of Mines. He recently retired as Director of the Reservoir Characterization Project (RCP) in the Department of Geophysics.
  
 
He is active in the Society of Exploration Geophysicists as an organizer for technical conferences, workshops and continuing education programs and has served as SEG’s Second Vice President, Technical Program Chairman, and Distinguished Lecturer. He received the C.J. Mackenzie Award from the Engineering College of the University of Saskatchewan, the Milton B. Dobrin Award from the University of Houston, and the Dean’s Excellence and Melvin F. Coolbaugh Memorial Awards from the Colorado School of Mines. He was a co-recipient of the best poster award of the SEG in 2009 for a presentation on multicomponent seismic applications to tight gas fractured reservoir characterization.
 
He is active in the Society of Exploration Geophysicists as an organizer for technical conferences, workshops and continuing education programs and has served as SEG’s Second Vice President, Technical Program Chairman, and Distinguished Lecturer. He received the C.J. Mackenzie Award from the Engineering College of the University of Saskatchewan, the Milton B. Dobrin Award from the University of Houston, and the Dean’s Excellence and Melvin F. Coolbaugh Memorial Awards from the Colorado School of Mines. He was a co-recipient of the best poster award of the SEG in 2009 for a presentation on multicomponent seismic applications to tight gas fractured reservoir characterization.

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Thomas Davis
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Latest company Colorado School of Mines
BSc Geophysical Engineering
MSc Geology
PhD Geophysics
BSc university University of Saskatchewan
MSc university University of Calgary
PhD university Colorado School of Mines

Thomas L. Davis (1947- ) is a Professor Emeritus of Geophysics at Colorado School of Mines. He recently retired as Director of the Reservoir Characterization Project (RCP) in the Department of Geophysics.

He is active in the Society of Exploration Geophysicists as an organizer for technical conferences, workshops and continuing education programs and has served as SEG’s Second Vice President, Technical Program Chairman, and Distinguished Lecturer. He received the C.J. Mackenzie Award from the Engineering College of the University of Saskatchewan, the Milton B. Dobrin Award from the University of Houston, and the Dean’s Excellence and Melvin F. Coolbaugh Memorial Awards from the Colorado School of Mines. He was a co-recipient of the best poster award of the SEG in 2009 for a presentation on multicomponent seismic applications to tight gas fractured reservoir characterization.

Research interests include seismic interpretation, integrated exploration and development, and reservoir characterization.[1]

"Tom Davis, 1972"

Biography 1972 [2]

Thomas L. Davis was born in 1947 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. He received a B.E degree (1969) in geophysical engineering from the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, and an M.Sc degree (1971) in geology (geophysics) from the University of Calgary.

His main research to date has involved the determination and the distribution of seismic velocity in the subsurface of Western Canada. He received the CSEG Best Paper award in 1971 for his presentation Velocity Variations Around the Leduc Reefs.

At present, he is a geophysicist with Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Ltd. in Calgary, Alberta. He is an associate member of SEG and a member of CSEG.



References

  1. RCP Web Page - Faculty and Staff
  2. Contributors, GEOPHYSICS 37(4):730

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