Andrew Binley received a Ph.D. (1986) from the Department of Civil Engineering, Aston University, U.K. He is a professor of hydrogeophysics at Lancaster University, U.K. His research focuses on the use of near-surface electrical geophysical methods for hydrogeologic characterization, including laboratory and field-scale studies, in addition to the development of inverse tools.
Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 2012
Joseph Doetsch, Niklas Linde, Tobias Vogt, Andrew Binley, and Alan Green share in a 2012 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper Imaging and quantifying salt-tracer transport in a riparian groundwater system by means of 3D ERT monitoring.
Doetsch, J., Linde, N., Vogt, T., Binley, A., and Green, A. (2012). ”Imaging and quantifying salt-tracer transport in a riparian groundwater system by means of 3D ERT monitoring.” GEOPHYSICS, 77(5), B207–B218. doi: 10.1190/geo2012-0046.1