Tokuo Yamamoto received his M.Sc. (1968) i geotechnical engineering from Waseda University, and his Ph.D (1972) in fluid mechanics (civil engineering) from Oregon State University. He held a faculty position in civil engineering at Oregon State University (1972-1978) and at University of Houston (1978-1979). He is a professor of applied marine physics at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami. He directs the university's Geo Acoustics Labs at Miami and Nakajima, Japan. His areas of research interest include geoacoustics, geotechnical engineering, and marine geophysics. He is a member of SEG, a fellow of Acoustical Society of America and a member of American Society of Civil Engineers.
- Contributors, GEOPHYSICS 56(8):1111.
- Yamamoto, T., T. Nye, and M. Kuru (1994) Porosity, permeability, shear strength: Crosswell tomography below an iron foundry, GEOPHYSICS 59(10):1530.