Richard C. Nolen-Hocksema
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Biography 1994 
Richard C. Nolen-Hocksema is currently a consulting geophysicist. He received his BA in physics and geology from Hope College and his PhD in geophysics from Yale University. After postdoctoral research at Yale, he worked in the Exploration Research Department Cities Service Oil & Gas Corporation, in the Reservior Engineering Division at Chevron Oil Field Research Company, and as a research associate with the Rock Physics Laboratory and the Seismic Tomography Project in the Geophysics Department at Stanford University. His principal areas of interest are rock physics and its application to subsurface characterization and engineering. He consults on research in these areas. He is the recipient of a 1993 AAAS/EPA Environmental Science & Engineering Fellowship. Besides the SEG, he is a member of AAAS, AAPG, AGU, GSA, ISRM, and SPE.
Jerry M. Harris, Richard C. Nolen-Hocksema, Robert T. Langan, Mark A. Van Schaack, Spyros K. Lazaratos, and James W. Rector III received 1995 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper High-resolution crosswell imaging of a west Texas carbonate reservoir: Part 1 - Project summary and interpretation.
- Contributors, GEOPHYSICS 59(2):330.
- Harris, J. M., et al. (1995) High-resolution crosswell imaging of a west Texas carbonate reservoir: Part 1 - Project summary and interpretation, GEOPHYSICS 60(3):667.