C. G. Dahm
C. G. Dahm attended St. Louis University where he received a B.S. in 1930, M.S. in 1932, and and Ph.D. in geophysics in 1934. He began his professional career as an instructor of geophysics at St. Louis University in 1934. In 1936, he joined Root Petroleum Co. as party chief. He joined Magnolia Petroleum Co. in 1937 where he held the position of geophysicist and geophysical supervisor. He remained with Magnolia until 1953 when he joined Hunt Oil Co. as chief geophysicist.
Following his retirement from Hunt in 1974, he became chief geophysicist international with Texas Pacific Oil Co., Inc. the position he currently holds. He is a member of SEG, Dallas Geological and Geophysical Societies, and the European Association of Exploration Geophysicists.
- Dahm, C. G. and R. J. Graebner (1982), Field development with three-dimensional seismic methods in the Gulf of Thailand: A case history, Geophysics 47(2):149.
- Contributors, Geophysics 47(2):278.