Richard Reynolds

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Richard Reynolds
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R. L. Reynolds, N. S. Fishman, and M. R. Hudson received the 1991 SEG Best Paper in Geophysics Award for their paper Sources of aeromagnetic anomalies over Cement oil field (Oklahoma), Simpson oil field (Alaska), and the Wyoming Idaho-Utah thrust belt.[1]


Biography 1991[2]

Richard L. Reynolds attended Princeton University (A.B., 1968) and the University of Colorado (Ph.D., 1975). As a research geologist at the U.S. Geological Survey since 1975, he has conducted studies in paleomagnetism, geochemistry and petrology of uranium deposits, and has mapped gabbroic intrusions. His current research concentrates on relations between diagenetic alterations and rock magnetization and on the paleomagnetism of volcanic rocks. He is a member of AGU, GSA, and Y-BRA.

References

  1. Reynolds, R. L., N. S. Fishman, and M. R. Hudson (1991), Sources of aeromagnetic anomalies over Cement oil field (Oklahoma), Simpson oil field (Alaska), and the Wyoming-Idaho-Utah thrust belt, Geophysics, 56(5):606.
  2. Contributors, Geophysics"'55(3):388.