Joseph A. Doetsch received an M.Sc. (2005) in geophysics from the University of Uppsala (Sweden) and an M.Sc. (2007) in physics from ETH Zurich (Switzerland). He is working toward a Ph.D. in hydrogeophysics at ETH Zurich. His research focuses mainly on hydrogeophysical characterization of active gravel aquifers in restored and unrestored river environments. He received the SEG Foundation’s 2009–2010 Gary and Lorene Servos Scholarship.
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