Musa Doctor Manzi
Musa S. D. Manzi received a B.S. (2007) in physics and math and a B.S. (2008) in geophysics from the University of Witwatersrand, where he is currently a Ph.D. candidate. He previously worked for a physics department at High Pressure Lab as a research assistant. His research interests include 3D modeling and structural interpretation of 3D seismic data set for the mineral industries; he rapidly compiles, integrates, and extracts the critical information from a range of data sets at a range of scales for the robust definition of fault networks.
Best Paper in Geophysics 2012
Musa S. D. Manzi received the 2012 Best Paper in Geophysics Award, with Raymond Durrheim, Kim A. A. Hein, and Nick King for their paper: 3D edge detection seismic attributes used to map potential conduits for water and methane in deep gold mines in the Witwatersrand basin, South Africa
- Musa Manzi Homepage at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
- Manzi, M. S. D. et al (2012),3D edge detection seismic attributes used to map potential conduits for water and methane in deep gold mines in the Witwatersrand basin, South Africa, GEOPHYSICS, VOL. 77, NO. 5 (SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2012); P. WC133–WC147, 17 FIGS., 2 TABLES.
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