Lindreth Cordell

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Lindreth Cordell
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Latest company U.S. Geological Survey
BSc Geology
MSc Geology
BSc university University of New Mexico
MSc university University of New Mexico


Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 1992

L. Cordell received 1992 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for his paper A scattered equivalent-source method for interpolation and gridding of potential-field data in three dimensions.[1]

Biography 1989 [2]

Lindreth Cordell is a geophysicist with the U.S. Geological Survey and is currently chief of the Continental Interior Section of the Geophysics Branch. HIs work concerns regional tectonic and geophysical studies in the Rio Grande rift and midcontinent and western U.S. and research in mathematical inversion and interpretation of potential-field data. He received his B.S. (1958) and M.S. (1962) in geology from the University of New Mexico and then did geology field work in New Mexico, South Dakota, Mexico, and Sweden before joining the USGS in 1963. He is a member of SEG, AGU, and Sigma Xi, and is a fellow of the GSA


References

  1. Cordell, L. (1992) A scattered equivalent-source method for interpolation and gridding of potential-field data in three dimensions, GEOPHYSICS 57(4):629.
  2. Contributors, GEOPHSYSICS 54(5):671.