Thomas Gamble

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Thomas Gamble
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Thomas D. Gamble, Wolfgang M. Goubau, and John Clarke received the 1979 SEG Best Paper in Geophysics Award for their paper Magnetotellurics with a remote magnetic reference.[1]

Biography 1979[2]

Thomas D. Gamble received a B.S. degree in physics from the University of Michigan in 1969. He served for two years as a nuclear medicine technician at the Brooks Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. Currently he is a graduate student in Physics at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Materials and Molecular Research Laboratory. His research initially involved the design of a 3-axis dc SQUID magnetometer for field use and now is primarily concerned with magnetotelluric data analysis. He is a student member of SEG.

References

  1. Gamble, T. D., W. M. Goubau, and J. Clarke (1979), Magnetotellurics with a remote magnetic reference, Geophysics 44(1):53.
  2. Contributors, Geophysics 43(6):1313.