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Carlos L Aiken
Professor-Geosciences Department
Office MailstopFA 2.410, Room No.: FA 2.410 
Email Address  Carlos.Aiken@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-2450    Media Contact
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 Professional Preparation
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.GeosciencesUniversity of Arizona1976
 M.S.Geological SciencesUniversity of Washington1970
 B.S.GelologyUniversity of Washington1965
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Potential fields applied to tectonics, resources (hydrocarbons, minerals, geothermal), and geotechnical and environmental problems. Emphasis on gravity including developing new digital gravity data acquisition methodology for higher accuracy and resolution applications (including developing terrain mapping techniques with reflectorless laser rangefinders for inner zone terrain corrections); hydrocarbon reservoir management by gravity in a test on the North Slope of Alaska. Development of gravity and magnetic data bases of Mexico and Ecuador.

Global Positioning System (GPS) applications to geophysics and geology. Emphasis on rapid survey techniques and special attention to the problem of using GPS ellipsoid heights for land surveys. Applied in-house geoid modeling to corrections to heights in geosciences applications. Building a centimeter accuracy geoid model for the Texas Gulf Coast with UT-Austin and Texas A&M tied to tidal gauges for coastal hazard studies and mapping of sea level.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applied to geology and geophysics. Built GIS geologic databases of Venezuela, China, and Ecuador and multi-layer GIS databases of Mexico

Developing new digital data acquisition (mapping) techniques using field computers, GPS, GIS and reflectorless laser rangefinders in which both high resolution terrain and specific geologic feature (bedding, faults, etc.) mapping is carried out. Development of real time geological analysis (such as stratigraphic thicknesses, strikes and dips) in the field.

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2007
The 4D microgravity method for waterflood surveillance: Part II-Gravity measurements for the Prudhoe Bay reservoir, Alaska. JF Ferguson, T Chen, J Brady, CL Aiken, J Seibert. Geophysics 72 (2), I33-I43.
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2006
Digital acquisition, analysis, and visualization in the earth sciences. JS Oldow, JD Walker, CLV Aiken, X Xu. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 87 (35), 351-351.
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2006
The digital classroom of tomorrow: Incorporating digital geology and Cybermapping into the undergraduate geosciences curriculum. D Tuck, C Aiken, X Xu. 2006 Philadelphia Annual Meeting.
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2005
Using Outcrop Data in the 21st Century - New methods and applications, with example from the Ainsa Turbidite System, Ainsa, Spain, J. Thurmond, T. Loseth, J. Rivenaes, O. Martinsen, X. Xu and C. Aiken., Deep-Water Outcrops of the World Atlas: ed. By T. Nilsen., R. Shew, G. Steffens, and J. Studlick Tulsa, OK: American Association of Petroleum Geologists (2005) Special Publication.CD-ROM
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2005
New standards for reducing gravity data: The North American gravity database William J. Hinze, Carlos Aiken,John Brozena, Bernard Coakley, David Dater, Guy Flanagan, René Forsberg,Thomas Hildenbrand, G. Randy Keller, James Kellogg, Robert Kucks, Xiong Li, Andre Mainville, Robert Morin, Mark Pilkington, Donald Plouff, Dhananjay Ravat, Daniel Roman, Jamie Urrutia-Fucugauchi,Marc Véronneau, Michael Webring, and Daniel Winester Geophysics, Society of Exploration Geophysicists Vol. 70, No. 4, pp. J25-J32, July-August (2005)
Category: Geophysics
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Current Students
Ph.D.
John Thurmond
Iulia Olariu
Sergio Garcia (GIS)
Mohamed Alfarhan (GIS)

M.S.
Stephen Meigs
Lionel White
Annie Covault
Former Students
Ph.D.
M. R. Hong
S. F. Lai
Mamadou Balde
Xueming Xu

M.S.
R. Felch (T.C.U.)
S. K. Western (T.C.U.)
W. D. Kennedy
B. Lasley
S. Lee
K. Mickus
S. Schaps
R. Schellhorn
C. T. Yang
B. C. Ragland
R. C. Hunt
Todd Stallings
Holly Hunter-Huston
Gregory D. Lyman
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DurationRankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2004-2004Instructor3D Laser scanning and virtual photorealistic outcrops: acquisition, visualization and analysis, two day short course 2004 AAPG Convention, Richardson, TX
2004-2004InstructorScanners, Digital Cameras and 3D Models Texas Society of Professional Surveyors
2003-PresentRegistered Professional Geophysicist  State of Texas
2003-2003InstructorDigital geologic acquisition visualization and analysis Seminar (1 day) ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.
2003-2003InstructorDigital data acquisition Univ. of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
2003-2003InstructorDigital data acquisition San Diego State University, Mesa, California
2000-2000InstructorDigital geologic acquisition, visualization and analysis Norsk Hydro ASA, Bergen, Norway
2000-2000InstructorDigital geologic acquisition visualization and analysis Seminar (1 day) ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.
2000-2000InstructorDigital Mapping Methods: Accurate Digital Data Capture and Analysis for the Field Geoscientist Geological Society of America Short Course, Reno, NV
1999-1999Co-instructorDigital Mapping Methods: Accurate Digital Data Capture and Analysis for the Field Geoscientist Geological Society of America Short Course, Denver, CO
1997-1997Louisiana Society of Professional Surveyors.Geoidal Corrections in Surveying LSPS Annual Convention, Lafayette, La.
1997-1997Geophysical consultant  Hunt Oil
1997-1997GPS consultant  Tarrant County 911 District
1993-1993InstructorNavtech Training Courses on differential GPS and high accuracy GPS.  
1992-1995Consultant  U. S. Geological Survey; GPS Processing of Kinematic GPS Surveys, National Mapping Division
1992-1992ConsultantKinematic GPS Surveys Red River Valley
1991-1992Member, Steering Committee,Monitor    PB/MK TEAM, SSC engineering contractors
1991-1991ConsultantNevada Bureau of Mines and Geology GPS Processing of Las Vegas Basin Subsidence Study.
1989-PresentProfessorPrograms in Geosciences The University of Texas at Dallas
1982-1985Faculty memberInstitute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics University of California
1981-1989Associate ProfessorPrograms in Geosciences The University of Texas at Dallas
1978-1981Assistant ProfessorPrograms in Geosciences The University of Texas at Dallas
1976-1978Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Geology Texas Christian University
1976-1994ConsultantLos Alamos National Laboratory  
1975-1976InstructorDepartment of Geology Texas Christian University
1970-PresentIndependent geophysical contractor, geophysicist and consultant  numerous mining, oil, geothermal, geotechnical, and geophysical companies
1969-1975Teaching and Researching AssociateLaboratory of Geophysics University of Arizona
1969-1969Geologist  Slope Indicator Co., Seattle, Washington
1968-1969Research AssistantSeismology Laboratory University of Nevada-Reno
1968-1969Geophysicist  Utah Construction and Mining Co., Reno, Nevada
1966-1966Geologist  Standard Oil of California, Bakersfield, California
1965-1968Assistant Seismologist and Assistant to SeismologistSeismology Laboratory University of Washington
1963-1963Marine drilling observer  Washington State Oil & Gas Commission, Olympia,Washington
 Support
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 DurationTitleSponsorAmountStatus
11/2003-06/2004Preparation for Digital Geologic Mapping of Europe, (Spain)Norsk Hydro ASA$37,500Previous
01/2003-12/2003Digital Geology CosnortiumNorsk Hydro ASA$30,000Previous
2001-2002Consortium on Digital GeologyNorsk Hydro ASA$30,000Previous
2001-2002Digital Geologic Mapping of the Ainsa Basin, SpainNorsk Hydro ASA$70,000Previous
01/01/1998-12/31/1999GPS and Texas High Resolution Geoid for Coastal Environmental Management Engineering, and Hazard AssessmentATP$92,510Previous
01/1998-12/31/1998Co-Principal Investigator with R. J. Stern, NASAExpansion of Remote Sensing Facilities in the Geosciences Department at the University of Texas at Dallas$128,308Previous
08/17/1996-06/17/1997GAPS Gravity Tycoon Pilot ProjectTexas Coastal Ocean Observation Network,$13,640Previous
1994-1997Geodynamics of Central Walker Lane, Western Great BasinNational Science Foundation$81,000Previous
1994-1995Mexican GIS ConsortiumMobil Oil, CONOCO$130,000Previous
1993-1994Mexican GIS ConsortiumConoco, Amoco and Unocal$150,000Previous
1989-1992A Search for a violation of Newton's Law of Gravity using thermal probes in AntarcticaTexas Advanced Technology Program$150,000Previous
09/1990-03/1991A GPS controlled gravity study of gravel acquifers in the Ft. Berthold Indian ReservationNorth Dakota, University of North Dakota and U. S. Geological Survey$12,000Previous
1990-1990Gravity and Magnetic Studies of the Ouachita overthrustEnserch Exploration Co.$15,000Previous
1989-1989Acquisition of 2 dual frequency GPS satellite receiversPermanent University Funds, University of Texas System$79,815Previous
11/1988-11/1989A detailed geoid of TexasTexas State Highway and Public Transportation Dept.$49,400Previous
1988-19883 D Migration of ice sounding radarLos Alamos National Laboratory (Co-PI)$15,000Previous
1988-1988Gravity Studies of Latin AmericaTotal Compagnie Francaise de Petroles, royalties for copyrighted report$10,000Previous
1988-1988Gravity Studies of Latin AmericaSociete National ELF Aquitaine, for copyrighted report$10,000Previous
01/1986-01/1987Gravity Studies in Latin AmericaExxon$10,000Previous
01/1986-01/1987Phase Imaging of EM DataAMOCO and Shell Oil (Co-PI)$20,000Previous
01/1984-01/1986Geophysical investigations at Pahute Mesa, NevadaAir Force Office of Scientific Research (Co-PI)$173,000Previous
12/20/1984-12/20/1985Densification of gravity stations in MexicoDefense Mapping Agency$365,000Previous
03/1984-12/31/1984Gravity analysis of HondurasSun Exploration and Production Company$10,000Previous
01/01/1982-09/30/1984Gravity surveying in MexicoDefense Mapping Agency$875,000Previous
03/1983-07/1983Geophysical study of Sanford Basin, North Carolina.Southeastern Exploration and Production Company$7,000Previous
04/01/1981-09/30/1981Gravity analysis of NebraskaUniversity of Nebraska$11,017Previous
07/12/1979-09/31/1981Gravity surveying in MexicoDefense Mapping Agency$61,000Previous
10/15/1978-10/15/1981Reconnaissance of the tectonophysics of Chihuahua, Mexico, and west TexasNational Science Foundation$55,000Previous
03/01/1980-10/01/1980An integrated geophysical-geological study of potential dry hot rock sites in the mid-continentPurdue University$20,000Previous
1980-1980Study of depth-to-Curie isotherm methodsAtlantic Richfield Co.$3,000Previous
10/01/1979-08/31/1980Evaluation and combined geophysical interpretations of N.U.R.E. and related geoscience data in the Van Horn and Pecos quadrangles, Texas: Modification to include the Marfa, Fort Stockton, Presidio, and Emory Peak QuadranglesUniversity of Texas at El Paso$25,296Previous
10/01/1978-10/01/1980Analysis of available geophysical data along proposed LASL magnetotelluric profilesLos Alamos Scientific Laboratory$44,366Previous
01/01/1979-12/31/1979Seismic data processing and computational systemNational Science Foundation$30,000Previous
2004Preparation for Digital Geologic Mapping of Europe: United KingdomNorsk Hydro ASA$70,000Previous
2004Preparation for Digital Geologic Mapping of Europe: Guadelupes, New MexicoNorsk Hydro ASA$78,000Previous
2004Preparation for Digital Geologic Mapping of Europe: with AGIP in SpainNorsk Hydro ASA$28,000Previous
2003Utility Mapping of the City of RowlettCity of Rowlett$18,000Previous
2003Preparation for Digital Geologic Mapping of Europe: IrelandNorsk Hydro ASA$48,000Previous
2002Surface Gravity Monitoring of Water Injection, Prudhoe Bay, AlaskaBP Alaska$100,000Previous
2002Digital Geology ConsortiumNorsk Hydro ASA$30,000Previous
2002Support for Digital Geologic Mapping at San Clemente BeachNorsk Hydro ASA$3,000Previous
2001Water flood management by surface gravityARCO Alaska$34,000Previous
2000Water flood management by surface gravityARCO Alaska$100,000Previous
2000Virtual GeologyVarious companies$12,000Previous
1996GIS Thesis Data Base of MexicoEXXON$14,500Previous
1994GPS StudiesARCO$13,000Previous
1994GPS Studies for Reservoir Management in Prudhoe Bay, AlaskaARCO Alaska, Inc.$15,000Previous
1994Gravity StudiesARCO$250,000Previous
10/01/1984Geophysical studies of Triassic BasinsEarth Science Resources Institute (Co-PI)$25,000Previous
06/01/1982Compilation and analysis of gravity data in South and Central AmericaVarious petroleum industry support$90,000Previous
06/01/1982Geophysical studies of Ouachita trend from Mississippi to MexicoVarious petroleum industry support$67,000Previous
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Geoscientist Joins Team Studying Massive Sinkhole
UT Dallas News Center

A UT Dallas researcher is working with geological scientists from two other universities to study a gargantuan sinkhole that has swallowed a huge chunk of the East Texas town of Daisetta. Professor Carlos Aiken of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics was to arrive Monday at the sinkhole site to conduct detailed measurements with the aim of assessing whether the sinkhole is growing.

Dr. Aiken is working with researchers from Louisiana State University and the University of Idaho.
 
The team will work with a terrestrial laser scanner combined with Global Positioning System (GPS) and high-resolution photography to image the surface expression of the sinkhole to accuracies of a few millimeters.

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Professional Societies
  • Society of Exploration Geophysicists
  • American Geophysical Union
  • Institute of Navigation
  • Dallas Geophysical Society
  • American Association of Petroleum Geologists

Awards
  • Frank Kottlowski Memorial Award (best paper), 2002, American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual meeting-- Janok P. Bhattacharya Carlos V. Aiken, Rucsandra M. Corbeanu, George A. McMechan. Xueming Xu and Xiaoxian Zeng, all with the University of Texas at Dallas; and Christopher D. White, with Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La., for "3-D Outcrop Reservoir Characterization" )
  • Best Presentation Award: 2003: THE USE OF GROUND-BASED LASER SCANNERS, GPS AND DIGITAL CAMERAS TO RAPIDLY CREATE 3D VIRTUAL MODELS, September, Institute of Navigation-Global Positioning System

University Activities
  • Member Search Committee, Green Geophysics Professorship, 1984-1988
  • Member Search Committee, Carbonate Professor, 1984
  • Chairman, Geophysics Exhibit Committee, 1987;1989
  • Chairman, Curriculum Committee, Geosciences Program, UTD, 1983
  • Undergraduate Advisor, Programs in Geosciences, University of Texas at Dallas, 1982-1985
  • Chairman, Library Committee, University of Texas at Dallas, 1981-1988
  • Several Graduate Advisory Committees, Southern Methodist University
  • Ad hoc committee Chairman, three committees; ad hoc member, one committee.
  • Admissions Committee, Geosciences, 1988-
  • Remote Sensing Study Committee, Chairman, 1988
  • Geosciences Management Committee, 1994
  • Geosciences Curriculum Committee, 1994-2000
  • Geosciences Graduate Advisor, 1997-2000
  • Geographic Information Sciences MS Committee, 1997-
  • Parking and Safety Committee, 1997-2000
  • Search Committee, Seismology position, 1998-1999
  • Vice-Chairman, G.I.S. Coordinating Committee 1998-
  • Member, GIS Position Search Committee, Social Sciences, 1999
  • University Scholarship Committee, 2000-2003
  • Dept. Seminar chairman 2003-2004

Professional Activities
  • Member, Editorial Subcommittee, S.E.G./U.S.G.S. Gravity Anomaly Map of U.S., 1976-1985.
  • Founding faculty member, Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience (SAGE), Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics Los Alamos National Laboratory of the University of California, 1982-1985.
  • Member, Committee on Geophysics in Groundwater and Engineering, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 1979-1983
  • Member, Working Group, Gravity Anomaly Map of North America Committee, I.U.G.G., 1985-1988
  • Member, Committee on Gravity Prediction, International Association of Geodesy, 1979-1982
  • Session Chairman, Los Alamos National Lab. Symposium on Hot Dry Rock Exploration, June, 1982
  • Session Chairman, Use of regional gravity and aeromagnetic maps, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 52nd International Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Dallas, Texas, October, 1982
  • Organizer and Chairman, Symposium on Geophysical Crustal Studies of Southern Midcontinent Region, at South-Central Geological Soc. Amer. Meeting, March, 1984.
  • Member, Technical Program Committee, Mining, Geotherm and Geophysics, Soc. Explor. Geophysics Meeting, Dallas, Texas, 1989
  • Team Leader, leveling and positioning, Greenland Big G Experiment, 1987
  • Deputy Team Leader, Antarctic Non-Newtonian Gravity Experiment, 1989
  • Member, Technical Program Committee, Society Exploration Geophysicists Meeting, Dallas, Texas, 1989
  • Representative, University NAVSTAR Consortium, 1989-present
  • Member, The University of Texas System GPS Coordinating Committee, 1990-present.
  • Chairman, Technical Subcommittee on Non-Seismic Methods, Society of Exploration Geophysicists International Meeting, 1992.
  • Organizer, Special Session on "GPS Positioning in Geophysics", SEG Meeting, 1992.
  • Co-organizer, "Advances in Gravity Field Determination for Geodesy and Geophysics", American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference, 1993.
  • Member, Gravity and Magnetics Committee, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 1992-2001.
  • Editorial Board, GPS Solutions, 1997-.
  • Representative, GOCAD Consortium, 1999-
  • Chairman, INTERFACE (INTERdisciplinary alliance for digital Field data ACquisition and Exploration), NSF initiative.
  • Licensed Professional Geoscientist #4440, Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists, 2003-

Referee
  • National Science Foundation
  • Petroleum Research Fund
  • Geophysics
  • Geofisica Internacional
  • Geophysical Research Letters
  • Geological Society of America
  • Journal of Geophysical Research
  • Boletin de Instituto de Geologia
  • Southeastern Geology
  • Geology
  • G. K. Gilbert Fellowship Program, U. S. Geological Survey
  • U. S. Geological Survey
  • Journal of South America Geology
  • GPS Solutions
  • Journal of African Geology

Thesis and Dissertations Completed
  • R. Felch, M.S. (T.C.U.), 1979, A three dimensional gravity model of basin structure, Yucca Flat, Nevada.
  • S. K. Western, M.S. (T.C.U.), 1980, The interdependence of gravity anomalies with topography in Chihuahua, Mexico, southern New Mexico and west Texas.
  • M. R. Hong, Ph.D., 1982, The Inversion of Magnetic and Gravity Anomalies and the Depth to Curie Isotherm.
  • W. D. Kennedy, M.S., 1982, Geophysical Studies of the Southern Albuquerque Basin of the Rio Grande Rift, New Mexico.
  • S. F. Lai, Ph.D., 1984, Generalized Linear Inversion of 2.5-Dimensional Gravity and Magnetic Anomalies.
  • K. Mickus, M.S., 1985, A controlled source audiomagnetolluric survey as part of an integrated geophysical study of the Richmond Basin, Virginia.
  • S. H. Schaps, M.S., 1985, A gravity/seismic interpretation of Cretaceous features within the central portion of the National Petroleum Reserve, Alaska.
  • S. Lee, M.S., 1986, Phase field imaging of 2-D resistivity distributions from electromagnetic data.
  • C.-T. Yang, M.S., 1986, The magnetoelectric phenomenon reviewed and evaluated as an exploration tool to detect hydrocarbon accumulation.
  • B. A. Lasley, M.S., 1987, A microgravity study of the structural relationships of Penitentiary and Carbon Thrust Faults, Krebs Quadrangle, Oklahoma.
  • R. W. Schellhorn, M.S., 1987, Bouguer gravity anomalies and crustal structure of northern Mexico.
  • B. C. Ragland, M.S., 1988, Gravity study of a portion of the central zone, Ouachita Overthrust, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
  • R. C. Hunt, M.S., 1992, A gravity/magnetic investigation of the crustal structure of South Texas/Northeastern Mexico: in general on the Mesozoic Tectonics.
  • T. C. Stallings, M.S., 1994, Establishing a geophysical and geological GIS database of Mexico and demonstrating GIS as a relational tool for interpretation.
  • M. Balde, Ph.D., 1994, Vertical control by GPS satellite surveying techniques and high resolution geoid computation: Applications in high accuracy mapping and geophysical data acquisition.
  • Hunter-Huston, Holly, M.S., 1996, An integrated 3-D gravity and seismic study of the Ouachita Frontal Thrust Belt, Pittsburg and Latimer Counties, Oklahoma.
  • Lyman, Gregory D., 1997, Terrain mapping by reflectorless laser rangefinding systems for inner zone terrain corrections
  • Xu, Xueming, 2000, PhD, 3D Virtual Geology; photorealistic outcrops and their acquistion, visualization and analysis.

Patent
C. Aiken and X. Xu (co-inventors), 2003, Method and Appartus for 3D Feature Mapping

Screen Credit
Category 7: End of the World
Carlos Aiken and Xueming Xu, special effects modeling; Mt. Rushmore scenes and special effects
CBS TV mini series, Los Angeles, CA (November, 2005)

Publishted Maps
  • Bouguer gravity anomaly map of Southeastern Arizona, with R. E. West and J. S. Sumner. State of Arizona Oil & Gas Conservation Commission, 1:500,000, 1973.
  • Composite aeromagnetic anomaly map of Yuma and vicinity, with R. Wetterauer and M. F. de la Fuente. Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, 1:500,000, 1974.
  • Residual Bouguer gravity anomaly map of Arizona. University of Arizona, 1:1,000,000, 1976.
  • Free-air gravity anomaly map of Arizona, 1975, Arizona Geological Society Digest, v. 10, Tectonic Digest, 1:1,000,000, 1976.
  • Residual Bouguer gravity anomaly map of Northern New Mexico, with report, with WA Laughlin and F.B. West. Los Alamos National Lab. Report LA-6737-UC11, 1:500,000, 1977.
  • Residual Bouguer gravity anomaly map of New Mexico, with WA Laughlin and F.B. West, LA-7466-19AP-UC-11, Los Alamos National Labs., 1:500,000, 1978.
  • Complete residual Bouguer gravity anomaly map of Arizona (IGSN71), with J. Lysonski, J. S. Schmidt, and J. S. Sumner. Laboratory of Geophysics, University of Arizona, 1:1,000,000, 1980.
  • Complete residual Bouguer gravity anomaly map series of Arizona with J. Lysonski and J. S. Sumner, Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology, State of Arizona (23 maps), 1981.
  • Complete Bouguer gravity anomaly maps of the Socorro 1x2 degree quadrangle, New Mexico, with WD Kennedy and M. E. Ander, Los Alamos National Labs., LA-8679-MAP, 1981.
  • Bouguer Gravity Atlas of Texas, Clovis Sheet, 1:250,000, with G. R. Keller, Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, 1985.
  • Bouguer Gravity Atlas of Texas, Brownfield Sheet, 1:250,000, with G. R. Keller, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin, TX, 1986.
  • Bouguer Gravity Atlas of Texas, Big Spring Sheet, Scale 1:250,000, with G. R. Keller, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin, TX, 1986.
  • Bouguer Gravity Atlas of Texas, Hobbs Sheet, scale 1:250,000, with G. R. Keller, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin, TX, 1986.
  • Bouguer Gravity Atlas of Texas, Plainview Sheet, scale Bouguer Gravity Atlas with G. R. Keller, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin, TX, 1986.
  • Gravity Anomaly Map of North America, scale 1:5,000,000, Geological Society of America, in press, 1987, (editorial committee).
  • Gravity Anomaly Map of Mexico, scale 3,000,000, with M. F. de la Fuente, C. L. V. Aiken and M. Mena, Director General Geografia, Mexico, DF, 1991.
  • Bouguer gravity anomaly map of Northern Mexico, scale 1:3,000,000, with R. W. Schellhorn and M. F. de la Fuente, in Guidebook on Stratigraphy, Tectonics and Resources of Parts of Sierra
  • Madre Occidental Province, Mexico (K. Clark, Hoffer, P. Goodell and J. Hoffer, eds.). Guidebook for 1988 Field Conference, El Paso Geological Society Feb. 24-28, 1988.
  • Gravity Anomalies of Gulf and Peninsular Province of Californias, with R. W. Schellhorn, C. L. V. Aiken, M. F. de la Fuente, R. Couch and G. Ness, in Gulf and Peninsular of Californias, Amer. Assoc. Pet. Geol. Memoir. scale 1:1,000,000, Plate 4, 1991.
  • Gravity Field of Colombia, Eastern Panama and Adjacent areas, with J. Kellogg, V. Godley, G. P. Woollard, C. Ropain, A. Bermudez and C. L. V. Aiken, Geol. Soc. of America Map and Chart Series MCH-070, 2 sheets with text, 1:1,500,000 (free-air, Bouguer) (color), 1991.
  • Cartas Gravimetricas de la Republica Mexicana:
  • 1. Carta de Anomalia de Bouguer, with M. F. de La Fuente, M. Mena and C. L. V. Aiken,
  • 2. Carta de Anomalia de Aire Libre, with M. F. de la Fuente, C. L. V. Aiken and M. Mena,
  • 3. Carta de Anomalia Residual Isostatica, with M. F. de la Fuente, C. L. V. Aiken, M. Mena and R. W. Simpson, Direccion General de Geografia del Instituto Nacional Estadistica y Geografic e Informatica, 3 sheets, 1:300,000, 1992.
  • Gravity Anomaly Map of southern Central America, with T. Stallings, C. L. V. Aiken and J. Kellogg, in Geologic and Tectonic Development of the Caribbean Plate Boundary in Southern Central America (P. Mann, ed.), Geol. Soc. Amer. Special Paper, in press.
  • Cartas Gravimetricas de la Republica Mexicana:
  • 1. Carta de Anomalia de Bouguer, with M. F. de La Fuente, M. Mena and C. L. V. Aiken,
  • 2. Carta de Anomalia de Aire Libre, with M. F. de la Fuente, C. L. V. Aiken and M. Mena,
  • 3. Carta de Anomalia Residual Isostatica, with M. F. de la Fuente, C. L. V. Aiken, M. Mena and R. W. Simpson,
  • Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Instituto de Geologia y Instituto de Geofisica, 3 sheets, 1:300,000, (new map version) 1994.

Published Abstracts
  • Geophysical evidence as to architecture of the Northern Cascades, with R.C. Bostrom. Am. Geophys. Union (abstr.) EOS, v. 49, p. 330, 1968.
  • Meteor impact, with J.R. Sturgul American Association for the Advancement of Science Southeastern Meeting Arizona Academy of Sciences Joint Meeting, Tempe, Arizona, 1971.
  • Induced polarization analog modeling, a case history, with D. A. Hastings and J.R. Sturgul. (abs.) Mining Engineering, v. 23, p. 35, 1971.
  • Relaxation modeling of high electrical parameter contrasts, with D. A. Hastings. Symposium on Electrical Parameters of Rocks, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, March, 1972.
  • On tectonic significance of the isostatic anomaly in Western Washington, with R.C. Bostrom. (abstr.) Gravity Fields and Earth Structures Symposium 6th Annual North-Central Geol. Soc. Am. Meeting, DeKalb, Ill., Mar., 1972.
  • An analysis of the regional geophysical data in the Holbrook Basin area, Arizona, with J. S. Sumner. (abstr.) Cordilleran Section, Geo. Soc. Am., Portland, Oregon, 1973.
  • Geophysical investigations of southeastern Arizona valleys, with J. S. Sumner. (abstr.) Basin and Range Symposium Cordilleran Section, Geo. Soc. Am., Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1974.
  • Regional geophysical patterns and porphyry copper deposits in Arizona, with J. S. Sumner. (abstr.) Cordilleran Section, Geo. Soc. Am., meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada 1974.
  • Gravity and aeromagnetic anomalies of Arizona and their relationship to the Gulf of California. Penrose Conf., Implications of the Gulf of California Rift for the Tectonics of Western North America, Lake Arrowhead, Cal., 1974.
  • Gravity analysis of the Cave Creek-Carefree Basin, Maricopa County, Arizona, with J. S. Sumner, J. S. Schmidt and K.H. Koenen. Soc. Expl. Geohys. annual meeting, Dallas, Texas, 1974.
  • Regional gravity anomalies and their tectonic implications in Arizona, with J. S. Sumner. Amer. Geohys. Union 56th annual meeting, Washington, D.C., 1975.
  • Gravity analysis of the Cave Creek-Carefree Basin, Maricopa County, Arizona, with J. S. Sumner, J. S. Schmidt, and K.H. Koenen. Soc. Expl. Geophys. annual meeting, Dallas, Texas, 1974.
  • Regional gravity anomalies and their tectonic implications in Arizona, with J. S. Sumner. Am. Geophys. Union 56th annual meeting, Washington, D.C., 1975.
  • Geophysics and tectonics of the Intermountain West in Arizona. Penrose Conf., Regional Geophysics and Tectonics of the Intermountain West, Alta, Utah, 1975.
  • Bouguer reduction employing a regional topographic datum as a method for computing residual Bouguer gravity anomalies. (abstr.) Geophysics, v. 42, p. 1492, 1977.
  • Residual Bouguer gravity anomaly analysis of Arizona and geothermal exploration. (abstr.) Geophysics, v. 42, p. 138, 1977.
  • Multistage gravity study in geothermal exploration, with P. Kintzinger, W.A. Laughlin, and F.B. West. (abstr.) Geophysics, v. 44, p. 406, 1979.
  • The Aquarius Mountains hot dry rock geothermal prospect, Northwest Arizona, with F. Goff, A.L. Eddy, B.H. Arnoe, and F.B. West. (abstr.) EOS, Amer. Geophys. Union, April, 1979.
  • A three-dimensional gravity analysis of Yucca Flat, Nevada, utilizing borehole data and reflection seismic profiling, with R.N. Felch, J. F. Ferguson and J. S. Oldow. (abstr.) EOS, Amer. Geophys. Union, v. 60, p. 954, 1979.
  • Gravity and magnetotellurics applied in geothermal exploration and resource evaluation in western United States, with M. Ander. International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. International Association of Volcanology and Composition of the Earth's Interior on Geothermal Energy-- Exploration and Resources, Canberra, Australia, December, 1979.
  • Geophysics of Chihuahua, Mexico, with D. Garvey, J. S. Oldow, M. de la Fuente Duch, (abstr.) EOS, Amer. Geophys. Union, v. 61, p. 365, 1980.
  • Geophysical studies of uranium deposits in Chihuahua, Mexico, with D. Garvey, G. R. Keller, and P. Goodell. (abstr.) Geophysics, v. 46, p. 461, 1981.
  • Aeromagnetic anomaly inversion and analysis of the depth-to-Curie isotherm, with M.R. Hong and W. J. Peeples. 51st Annual International Meeting Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Los Angeles, California, 1981.
  • Batholithic complex beneath the Castle Dome area, Southwest Arizona: A geophysical study, with M. E. Ander. (abstr.) EOS, Amer. Geophys. Union, v. 62, p. 384, 1981.
  • Simultaneous gravity and magnetic anomaly inversion over sedimentary basins: Mathematical and computational methods in exploration, with M. Hong and W. Peeples, Soc. Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Tucson, AZ, 1981.
  • New applications of electrical methods in hydrocarbon exploration, with N.R. Carlson, L.J. Hughes, and K.L. Zone. Amer. Assoc. of Petrol. Geol. Southwest Meeting, Wichita Falls, Texas, 1982.
  • Geophysical studies of the Southern Oklahoma aulocogen and the Ouachita system, with G. R. Keller, J. M. Kruger, R.N. Schneider, S. F. Lai, K. C. Nielsen, and A.G. Goldstein. -Southcentral Section, Geol. Soc. Amer., Norman, Oklahoma, 1982.
  • New depth-to-Curie Isotherm map of Arizona, with M.R. Hong and W. J. Peeples. (abstr.) EOS, Amer. Geophys. Union, v. 63, p. 432, 1982.
  • Gravity modeling in southern Albuquerque Basin in the vicinity of COCORP Line 1A, with W.D. Kennedy, (abstr.) EOS, Amer. Geophys. Union, v. 63, p. 433, 1982.
  • The variable Bouguer reduction datum, its relation to the prediction of gravity anomalies from topography, and residual Bouguer gravity anomalies. Soc. Explor. Geophys., Tech. Progr., 52nd Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, p. 247-250, October, 1982.
  • Depth-to-Curie isotherm in Arizona, with M.R. Hong and W. J. Peeples. Soc. Explor. Geophys., Tech. Progr., 52nd Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, p. 491-493, October 1982.
  • Generalized linear inversion of two-and-one-half dimensional gravity and magnetic anomalies, with S. F. Lai and W. J. Peeples. Soc. Explor. Geophys., Tech. Progr., 52nd Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, p. 352-354, October, 1982.
  • Simultaneous inversion of gravity and magnetic anomalies, with M.R. Hong and J. Peeples. Soc. Explor. Geophys., Tech. Progr., 52nd Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, p. 350-352, October, 1982.
  • Regional geophysics of southern Oklahoma aulocogen, with G. R. Keller, J. M. Kruger, J. Schneider, S. F. Lai, and K. C. Nielsen. (abstr.) South-Central Geol. Soc. Amer., v. 14, p. 15, 1982.
  • Correlation between depths of deep crustal electrical conductor and Curie Point in Western Arizona, with M. E. Ander and H.R. Hong, Arizona, EOS, Amer. Geophys. Union, v. 63, p. 1118, 1982.
  • Gravity Studies of the Paradox Basin, with G. R. Keller, R. Coultrip, C. Ahuja, H.R. Hong, R. Ely, (abstr.) EOS, Amer. Geophys. Union, v. 63, p. 11p, 1982.
  • Geophysical study of the Sanford Triassic basin, North Carolina, with S. F. Lai and J. F. Ferguson, Amer. Geophy.Union, Fall Meeting, 1983.
  • Use of gravity to determine the geometry and location of the Octavia and Boktukola Faults in Oklahoma and Arkansas, with C. Ragland and K. C. Nielsen, Geol. Soc. Amer., Abs. with Progs., v. 16, no. 2, p. 112, 1984.
  • Gravity study of some shallow and deep structures in the Ouachita Tectonic Belt, Oklahoma, with F.H. Leonhardt, Soc. Explor. Geophys., Ext. Abst. Tech. Prog., p. 202-204. 1984.
  • A Gravity and controlled source audiomagnetotelluric study of the Richmond Triassic Basin, VA, with K. Mickus and W. Peeples, EOS Transactions, Amer. Geophys. Union, p. 844, 1984.
  • A test of gravity and magnetic anomaly inversion in defining the structure of the Sanford Basin, North Carolina as an Example of a Triassic Basin, with J. F. Ferguson, D. Ziegler and S. F. Lai, Soc. Explor. Geophys. meeting, Washington, DC, October 1985.
  • Integrated geophysical study of the Triassic Richmond Basin, Virginia, with K. Mickus and D. Ziegler, Soc. Explor. Geophys. meeting, Washington, DC, October 1985.
  • Phase field imaging of electromagnetic data, with S. Lee and G. A. McMechan, Soc. Explor. Geophys. meeting, Washington, DC, October 1985.
  • A Gravity, Magnetic and Controlled Source Audiomagnetotelluric Study of the Richmond Triassic Basin, VA, with Kevin L. Mickus and Wayne J. Peeples, Soc. Explor. Geophys. meeting, Washington, DC, October 1985.
  • Integrated gravity, magnetic, seismic and geological study of the Triassic Riddleville Basin, Georgia, with E. Fisher and D.G. Ziegler, Amer. Assoc. of Petr. Geol., Los Angeles, CA, May, 1987.
  • Report on the Greenland Big-G Experiment, with M. Nieto, M. E. Ander, M. Zumberge, T. Lautzenhizer, M. Gorman, P. Cooper and R. L. Parker, Australian Bi-centenial Congress of Physicists, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, January, 1988, (invited).
  • Searches for non-Newtonian variations in the earth's gravity, with M. Ander, G. Backus, A. Chave, P. Cooper, E. Fisher, M. Gorman, J. Greer, P. Hammer, J. Hildebrand, T. Lautzenhizer, M. Nieto, R. Parker, G. Sasagawa, C. Sidles, F. Speiss, J. Stevenson, J. Wirtz and M. Zumberge, 5th Marcel Grossman Conference on Relativity and Gravity, Perth, Australia, August 1988, (invited).
  • An integrated geophysical study of the Hawkinsville Triassic basin, Georgia: Problems in geophysical data interpretation in the South Georgia Rift, with M. S. C. Simmons, E. Fisher, D. G. Ziegler, Soc. Explor Geophys, annual mtg., Anaheim, CA, 1988.
  • Mapping low density zones along traces of faults of surface microgravity surveys in Oklahoma and Arkansas, with B. A. Lasley and B. C. Ragland, Soc. Explor. Geophys. annual mtg., Anaheim, CA, 1988.
  • Gravity anomalies and tectonics of Mexico, with R. W. Schellhorn, M. F. de la Fuente and M. Mena, Soc. Explor Geophys, annual mtg., Anaheim, CA, 1988.
  • Bouguer gravity anomalies of onshore and offshore South America and transcontinental gravity models, with V. Godley, S. Tichner, E. Madtson, T. Ozdenvar, Geol. Soc. Amer. annual mtg., Denver, CO, 1988.
  • Update on results of search for 5th Force on Greenland Ice-Cap, Amer. Geophys. Union Chapman Conference on Progress in the Determination of the Earth's Gravity Fields, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, September 13-16, 1988 (invited).
  • Results from the 1987 Greenland G Experiment, with M. A. Zumberge et al., Amer. Geophys. Union fall meeting, San Francisco, CA 1988 (invited).
  • Recent Field Experiment of a test of Newton's inverse square law in the Greenland Ice Cap, 14th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, Dallas, TX, December, 1988 (invited).
  • Geophysical study of Platanares Geothermal Site, Honduras, Central America, with M. E. Ander, M. F. de la Fuente and D. B. Hoover, Soc. Explor. Geophysics, Dallas, TX, 1989.
  • Gravity Anomalies of Latin America in the DNAG Gravity Anomaly Map of North America, the Gravity Anomaly Map of Mexico, and other maps, with M. F. de la Fuente, Soc. Explor. Geophys., Dallas, TX, 1989.
  • Anomalies potenciales en la volcon de Colima, with M. F. de la Fuente, Z. de czerna, M. Mena Segunda Reunion Nacional "Volcan de Colima", la Renunion Internacional de Vulcanologia, University de Colima, Colima, Mexico, 1990.
  • Recent 1990 CAEDENZ Campaign: Collaborative Activity on Earth Deformation in New Zealand, with R. I. Walcott, D. G. Ziegler, J. H. Asell, K. F. Priestly, D. Grant, J. F. Ferguson and K. C. Nielsen, 17th Meeting of the Crustal Dynamics Project Principal Investigator Working Group, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, 1990.
  • The Northern Baja California GPS Campaign: First Epoch , with M. F. de la Fuente, J. J. Gonzalez, D. G. Ziegler), Amer. Geophys. Union spring meeting, 1990.
  • CAEDENZ Campaign: Collaborative Activity on Earth Deformation in New Zealand, with R. I. Walcott, D. G. Ziegler, J. H. Asell, K. F. Priestly, D. Grant, J. F. Ferguson and K. C. Nielsen, Amer. Geophys. Union spring meeting, Baltimore, MD, 1990.
  • 1990 Salton Trough-Riverside County GPS network, with R. Reilinger, J. Beavon, L. Gilbert, S. Larsen, K. Hudnut, D. G. Ziegler, W. Strange, M. F. de la Fuente, J. Gonzales Garcia, J. Stowell, W. Young, G. Doyle, G. Stayman, Amer. Geophys. Union spring meeting, Baltimore, MD, 1990.
  • Pre- and post-event GPS survey on Pahute Mesa Nevada, with J. F. Ferguson, A. H. Cogbill and D. G. Ziegler, Defense Advance Research Program Investigator Meeting, Key West, Florida, 1990.
  • Gravity studies of Chihuahua, Mexico, with G. R. Keller and M. F. de la Fuente. Symposium on Energy Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert, Chihuahua, Mexico, 1990.
  • Data Analysis in the Greenland "Big G" Experiment, with J. F. Ferguson, C. L. V. Aiken, M. D. Ander, G. A. McMechan, R. L. Parker and M. A. Zumberge, 18th International Conference on Mathematical Geophysics, Kibbutz Romat Rachel, Jerusalem, Israel, June, 1990.
  • Geodetic experiments on Nevada Test Side events using the NAVSTAR Global Positioning System, with J. F. Ferguson, C. L. V. Aiken, D. G. Ziegler and A. H. Cogbill, 1991 DARPA/PL Seismic Research Symposium, Keystone, CO, 1991.
  • Pseudo-kinematic GPS positioning of a gravity survey in North Dakota, with M. Balde, C. L. V. Aiken, D. G. Ziegler, J. Hare, S. Cates and W. Gosnold, 6th International Geodetic Symposium on Satellite Positioning, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1992.
  • Rapid GPS positioning of a gravity survey in the South Georgia Basin, Georgia, using the ambiguity function technique, with D. G. Ziegler, R. Hunt and C. L. V. Aiken, 6th International Geodetic Symposium on Satellite Positioning, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1992.
  • Superconducting Super Collider GPS Networks, with A. Leick, M. Carr and C. L. V. Aiken, 6th International Geodetic Symposium on satellite Positioning, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1992.
  • Kinematic GPS positioning of geophysical surveys: Gravity survey of Ft. Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota, with M. Balde, C. L. V. Aiken, J. Hare, W. Gosnold and S. Cates, Soc. Explor. Geophys. Exp. Abs., p. 585-588, 1992.
  • High-accuracy GPS mapping of Red River Valley Flood Plains, with L. Hothem, C. L. V. Aiken and M. Balde, ASCE Specialty Conference "Engineering Surveying for Mega Projects, with Focus on the Superconducting Super Collider", Dallas, TX, 1992.
  • Comparison of DGPS and Double Difference Carrier Phase results from a land-based kinematic survey, with L. Hothem and C. L. V. Aiken, Institute of Navigation (ION) 48th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 1992.
  • Assessment of DGPS-derived aircraft trajectories by comparison with continuous kinematic GPS positioning, with L. Hothem and C. L. V. Aiken, Institute of Navigation (ION) GPS-92 Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 1992.
  • Gravity Methods: Useful techniques for reservoir surveillance, with J. Brady, D. Wolcott and C. L. V. Aiken, 3rd Archie Conference, Galveston, TX, 1992.
  • High-accuracy gravity data used for rapid delineation of small, shallow acquisitions in westcentral North Dakota, with S. Cates, C. L. V. Aiken, M. Balde and D. Ziegler, Amer. Geophy. Union Fall Meeting, EOS, p. 155, 1992.
  • The Ecuadorian geodetic observations (EGO) project: GPS/Gravity acquisition from the Pacific Coast to the Amazon. C. L. V. Aiken, M. F. de la Fuente, M. Balde, K. H. Fleischmann, J. Fishman, A. T. Daniels, J. Hare and J. F. Ferguson. Technical Program, Soc. Explor. Geophys., International Exposition, p. 444-447, 1994.
  • Central Walker Lane Strain Network, Part 1: Late Cenozoic transtensional tectonism in the western Great Basin. J. S. Oldow, C. L. V. Aiken, J. F. Ferguson and J. L. Hare (1994), AGU Abstracts, p. 164, 1994.
  • Central Walker Lane Strain Network, Part 2: Assessing contemporary deformation in the central Walker Lane: Deployment of the Rice/UTD GPS Strain Network. C. L. V. Aiken, J. L. Hare, J. S. Oldow and J. F. Ferguson, AGU Abstracts, p. 164, 1994.
  • Central Walker Lane Strain Network ,Part 3: High resolution topography of Lake Lahontan shoreline terraces: Estimation of vertical strain in the Walker Lane. J. L. Hare, J. F. Ferguson, J. S. Oldow and C. L. V. Aiken, AGU Abstracts, p.164, 1994.
  • Experiences with A/S on and off using different types of receivers in various parts of the world. J. Fishman, M. Balde and C. L. V. Aiken, AGU Abstracts, p 174, 1994.
  • The Integration of Remote Sensing, GIS converted Geology and GPS Controlled Gravity in an Analysis of the Structure of Ecuador, J Fishman, M. Bhatt, M. Balde, CLV Aiken, KH Fleischmann and MF de la Fuente, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts, Boulder, CO.,1996.
  • A Graphical and Relational Data Base Management System for the Theses of Mexico Using ARC/INFO GIS, X. Xu, M. Bhatt, CLV Aiken and MF de la Fuente, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts, Boulder, CO, 1996.
  • A GIS Program for the Geology and Geophysics and Related Data of Mexico, CLV Aiken, QM Yang, M. Balde, X. Xu, M. Bhatt, MF de la Fuente and LM Mitre, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts, Boulder, CO, 1996.
  • GIS Conversion of the Scientific Information of Southeast Asia ( Including China and Adjacent Areas) and Along a Geotransect across the Tarim Basin, Xinjiang Province, QM Yang, X. Xu, CLV Aiken, KH Fleischmann, M. Balde, and G. Lyman, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts, Boulder, CO, 1996.
  • Digital Geological and Geophsyical Database of Northern Venezuela, JS Oldow, CLV Aiken, KHFleischmann, H. Ave Lallemant, M. Ostos and F. Yoris, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts, Boulder, CO, 1996
  • The Emperor Has No Clothes: A Somewhat Counter-Intuitive but Efficient Approach for the Rapid Conversion of Geologic Maps, KH Fleischmann and CLV Aiken, Geol. Soc. America Abstracts, Boulder, CO, 1996.
  • Integrated digital land gravity surveying, C.Aiken, G. Lyman, M. Balde, X. Xu, American Geophysical Union Meeting, Spring, Baltimore, MD, 1997.
  • Digital geologic mapping in 3D in the Austin Chalk, Plano, Texas, X. Xu, CLV Aiken, K. Nielsen, G. Lyman and M. Balde, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1997.
  • 4-D microgravity modeling and inversion for waterflood surveillance: a model study for the Prudhoe Bay Reservoir, JL Hare, JF Ferguson, CLV Aiken, JL Brady, Society of Exploration Geophysicists International Meeting Technical Program and Expanded Abstracts, V. I , p. 513- 516, 1997.
  • Terrain Mapping by reflectorless laser rangefinding systems for inner zone terrain corrections, GD Lyman, CLV Aiken, AH Cogbill, M Balde and C. Lide, Society of Exploration Geophysicists International Meeting Technical Program and Expanded Abstracts, V.I , p. 482-485, 1997
  • Global Positioning System (GPS) elevations and geoid corrections in geophysical surveys with examples in Nevada, North Dakota and Ecuador, Society of Exploration Geophysicists International Meeting Technical Program and Expanded Abstracts, V.I , p.535-538, 1997.
  • Strain partitioning in the central Walker Lane transtensional belt, western Great Basin, JS Oldow and CLV Aiken, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 29, p. A-380., 1998.
  • Coordinated displacement transfer through a curved fault, west-central Walker Lane, Nevada, JS Oldow, L. Ferranti, JK Campbell, CLV Aiken and J. Hare, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 30, no. 5, p 57, 1998
  • Xu, C Aiken KC Nielsen, J Bhattacharya, R Corbeanu, M. Balde, R. Davies, H Corbeanu, M Wizevich and GA McMechan , The digital geologic mapping of the Ferron Sandstone, Utah, by the Integration of GPS, Laser rangefinders, cameras and G.I.S. [cybercapture], , Abstract, Presented at Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 1998.
  • Xu, X., Aiken, C. L. V., Corbeanu, R., Bhattacharya, J., Zeng, X., McMechan, G. A., "3D Geological Model by Digital Mapping of Corbula Gulch Ferron Sandstone, Utah", GSA, Denver, CO.Geol. Soc. of America, Denver, CO., 1999.
  • Nielsen, K. C., Xu, X., Aiken, C. L., AbdelSalam, M. G., "Digital Mapping of Stratigraphic Geometries: Issues and Examples of Practical Implementation." , GSA, Denver, CO., 1999.
  • Aiken, C. L. V., Xu, X., Nielsen, K. C., "The Case History of Digital Mapping of a Road Cut: The Dakota Group
  • Along I-70 West of Denver." GSA, Denver., 1999.
  • de la Fuente, M. F. and Aiken, C. L. V., "Geometria en la Vaja de Plata," Reunion International de
  • Mineria Zacatecas Siglo XXI, Zacatecas, Mexico, 1999..
  • Nielsen, K. C, Xu, X., Aiken, C., and Abdelsalam, M. G., "Digital Mapping Systems: Electronic Data Capture
  • and Analysis for Field Studies, International Conference in the Western Desert of Egypt: Geological Environment and Development Potentials," Cairo, Egypt., 2000.
  • Bhattacharya, J.P., Endresen, J., Xu., X., and Aiken, C.L.V., 2000, Using GPS and lasers to map subtle structures that control positions of reservoir sandstones in foreland basins, Amer. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2000.
  • Xu, X. and Aiken, 2001, 3D Virtual Earth Models by GPS Integrated with Laser Rangefinders and Oblique Close-in Digital Photography, ION-GPS Meeting, September. Chen, T., Ferguson, J., Aiken, C., Siebert, J., Hare, J., Brady, J., 2001, High-Accuracy GPS and Gravity Surveys in North Slope, Alaska: ION-GPS Meeting, Salt Lake City, September.
  • Olariu, C., Bhattacharya, J., Ge, R., Xu, X., Aiken, C., Marcy, F., Zeng, X., McMechan, G.A., and Neubert, B.N., 2001, Study of terminal distributary channels in fluvial dominated delta from using ground penetrating radar and digital mapping techniques, Cretaceous Panther Tongue Sandstone, Utah, USA, AAPG Annual Meeting Cornel Olariu, Xueming Xu, Carlos L.V. Aiken, Bobbie J. Neubert, Rui Ge, Janok P. Bhattacharya , 2002, Digital mapping of outcrops, techniques for building 3-D geometries of bedding surfaces. Example from the Cretaceous Panther Tongue sandstone, East-Central Utah, Abstract, Official Program, American Assoc. Pet. Geol. Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, P. A-133.
  • Thurmond, John B., Aiken, Carlos L.V., and Xu, Xueming, 2002, three dimensional mapping of outcrop geology: Case studies in siliciclastics, carbonates and structure Abstract, Geol. Soc. America Annual Meeting Program, Denver, CO, p.96.
  • Olariu, Mariana, Xu, Xueming, Abdel-salam, Mohamed, Aiken, CLV, and Ammann, Larry, 2002, Ground based remote sensing techniques integrated with close range, oblique derived 3D digital models of Jackfork turbidites, Big Rock Quarry, Arkansas, Abstract, Denver, CO, Geol. Soc. America Annual Meeting Program, Denver, CO, p.160.
  • Bhattacharya, Janok, Aiken, Carlos, Corbeanu, Rucsandra, McMechan, George, Xu, Xueming, Zeng, Xiaoxian, and White, Christopher, 2002, 3-D outcrop reservoir characterization, Abstract, Official Program, American Assoc. Pet. Geol. Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, p. A-18. (Frank Kottlowski Memorial Award (best paper" ))
  • J.S. Oldow, D.S. Lewis, J. K. Campbell, L. Ferranti,; B. D'Argenio and E. Marsella, G. Pappone, C.L.V. Aiken, R. Catalano, and L. Carmignani, 2002, Active Microplate Deformation and Crustal Delamination in the Southern Circum-Tyrrhenian region, Italy: GPS Velocities from the Peri-Tyrrhenian Deformation Geonet, American Geophys. Union Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA
  • Oldow, J S, Lewis, DS, Campbell, JK, Ferranti, L., D'Argenio, B., Marsella, E., Pappone, G., Aiken, C., Catalano, R., Carmignani, L., 2002, Active Microplate Deformation and Crustal Delamination in the Circum-Tyrrhenian Region, Italy, Abstract, European Geophysical Society Annual Meeting, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Lewis, LS, Oldow, J S, Ferranti , L., D'Argenio, B., Pappone, G., and Maschio, L., and Aiken, CLV, 2002, Abstract, Active Extension and Contraction in the Southern Apennines Orogenic Belt, Italy Derived from GPS Velocities of the Peri-Tyrrhenian Deformation Geonet, American Geophys. Union Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA
  • Lewis, LS, Oldow, JS, Ferranti , L., D'Argenio, B., Pappone, G., and Maschio, L., and Aiken, CLV, 2002, Active extension and contraction in the Southern Apennines orogenic belt, Italy, Abstract, European Geophysical Society Annual Meeting, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Aiken, C., 2003, 3D Virtual Geology for Education, Boulder, CO, NSF Digital Library for Earth System Education Annual Meeting, August, 2003.
  • Olariu ,M., X. Xu, A. Mohamed, C. Aiken, and L. Ammann, 2003, The Use Of Oblique Close- Range Multi- Spectral Imagery In Digital 3-D Mapping Of The Jackfork Turbidites At Big Rock Quarry, Arkansas, Seattle, WN, October, 2003, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.
  • Aiken, C., X. Xu, and J. Oldow, 2003, Lidar/photorealistic geospatial reference system for an investigation of the biocomplexity of extreme environments, Mickey Hot Springs, Alvord Desert, southeastern Oregon, , Seattle, WN, October, 2003, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.
  • Abdelsalam, M., X. Xu, and C. Aiken, 2003, Web-Residing 3D Virtual Geology For Teaching Earth Sciences For All Levels: The Virtual Fieldtrip, Seattle, WN, October, 2003, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.
  • Oldow, J., X. Xu, and C. Aiken, 2003, Ground-Based Lidar Imaging And Surface Analysis Of Late Pleistocene Faulting Southeastern Oregon, Seattle, WN, October, 2003, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.
  • Xu, X., C. Aiken, 2003, Laser-Based 3D Geologic Mapping, From Feature Tracing To Photorealistic Outcrops: An Overview With Case Histories, Seattle, WN, October, 2003, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.
  • Aiken, C., 2003, 3D Virtual Geology for Education, Carlos Aiken, Boulder, CO, NSF Digital Library for Earth System Education Annual Meeting, August, 2003
  • Xu, X., Carlos L. V. Aiken, and John Thurmond, 2004, Integration of New 3D Photorealistic Outcrop Mapping with a Previous Reservoir Characterization Study, American Assoc. of Exploration Geologists Programs with Abstracts, Dallas, TX.
  • Lee, K., M. R. Gani, X. Zeng, G. A. McMechan, W. R. Griffin, D. N. Sultana, J. P. Bhattacharya, C. L. V. Aiken, X. Xu , 2004, GPR Survey of a Delta Front Reservoir Analog, The Wall Creek Member, Frontier Formation, Wyoming, U.S.A , American Assoc. of Exploration Geologists Programs with Abstracts, Dallas, TX.
  • Olariu, M. U., Xueming Xu, and Carlos L.V. Aiken, 2004, Development of Analysis Techniques of Close-in 3-D Photorealistic Mapping: Deepwater Turbidite Deposits at Big Rock Quarry, Arkansas American Assoc. of Exploration Geologists Programs with Abstracts, Dallas, TX.
  • Martinsen, O., Tore M Loseth, John Thurmond, Trond Lien, Xueming Xu, and Carlos Aiken, 2004, Beyond Outcrop Visualization: Building Reservoir and Depositional Models in a CAVE Environment American Assoc. of Exploration Geologists Programs with Abstracts, Dallas, TX.
  • Xueming Xu, Carlos L. V. Aiken, and John Thurmond, 2003, Integration of New 3D Photorealistic Outcrop Mapping with a Previous Reservoir Characterization Study, American Assoc. of Exploration Geologists Programs with Abstracts, Dallas, TX.
  • Acquisition, Visualization and Analysis of Photo Real 3D Virtual Geology at High Accuracy: Data Acquisition From the Ground With Digital Cameras, Terrestrial Laser Scanners and GPS X. Xu and C.L.V. Aiken American Geophysical Union; Session on Geodetic Laser Scanning: Space, Airborne, and Ground San Francisco, CA (December 12, 2005)
  • Capturing Digital Field Data To Create 3d Photorealistic Outcrop Models Of The Structure In The Lower Jurassic Interbedded Pelagic Limestones And Marls Of The Lias Formation Near Kilve, Somerset, England
  • D. Tuck, X. Xu, J. Thurmond, P. Gillespie, R. Farseth, and C. Aiken Geological Society of America Oklahoma City, OK (April 3, 2005)

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