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Mark Everett
Mark Everett
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(979) 862-2129
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(979) 845-6162
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everett@geo.tamu.edu
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Halbouty 357A
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Department of Geology and Geophysics

MS 3115

Texas A&M University

College Station TX 77843 USA


Degrees:

1985 B.Sc. (Physics) York University, Canada

1987 M.Sc. (Physics) York University, Canada

1991 Ph.D. (Geophysics) University of Toronto

1991 Postdoctoral Researcher, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD

1993 Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Cambridge, UK

2010 Guest Professor, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

2014 Visiting Professor, Khon Kaen University, Thailand

Awards:

Author, Near-Surface Applied Geophysics, Cambridge Univ. Press (2013)

State of Texas Professional Geoscientist #5141

Courses:

GEOP 313 Geophysical Field Methods

GEOP 475 Interpretation of Gravity and Magnetic Fields

GEOP 620 Geophysical Inverse Theory


Mark Everett

Howard Karren Endowed Professor and Associate Head for Graduate Affairs

Research Interests

Near-surface applied geophysics; environmental site characterization, controlled-source electromagnetic induction; geomagnetic induction and mantle structure; ground penetrating radar; magnetics; marine electromagnetics; resistivity and induced polarization; archaeological prospecting; hydrogeophysics; nonlinear deterministic inverse problems; engineering geophysics; inductive reasoning; time series analysis; theoretical and applied geophysics

Selected Publications

AD Chave J Mattsson ME Everett 2017 On the physics of frequency domain controlled source electromagnetics in shallow water 2: transverse anisotropy Geophys J Int 211 1068-1083

 

J Knicely ME Everett DW Sparks 2017 Magnetic anomalies on Io and their relationship to the spatial distribution of volcanic centers Phys Earth Planet Int 269 133-147

 

AD Chave ME Everett J Mattsson J Boon J Midgely 2017 On the physics of frequency domain controlled source electromagnetics in shallow water 1: isotropic conductivity Geophys J Int 208 1026-1042

 

DG Beskardes CJ Weiss ME Everett 2017 Estimating the power law distribution of Earth electrical conductivity from low-frequency, controlled-source electromagnetic responses Geophys J Int 208 639-651

 

BA Weymer ME Everett C Houser P Wernette P Barrineau 2016 Differentiating tidal and seasonal effects on barrier island hydrogeology: testing the utility of portable multi-frequency EMI profilers Geophysics 81 E347-E361

 

R Arjwech ME Everett 2016 2D electrical resistivity tomography for solving engineering problems: three case studies Songklanakarin J Sci Technol 37 507-514

 

J Ge ME Everett CJ Weiss 2015 Fractional diffusion analysis of the electromagnetic field in fractured media Part II: 3-D approach Geophysics 80 E175-E185

 

SE Tucker S Hurlebaus JL Briaud ME Everett 2015 Electrical resistivity and induced polarization imaging for unknown bridge foundations ASCE J Geotech Geoenviron Eng 141 04015008 11pp.

 

B Weymer ME Everett TS de Smet C Houser 2015 Review of electromagnetic induction for mapping barrier island framework geology Sed Geol 321 11-24

 

JP Ackerson CLS Morgan ME Everett KJ McInnes 2014 The role of water content in electrical resistivity tomography of a vertisol Soil Sci Soc Am J 78 1552-1562.

 

R Arjwech ME Everett JL Briaud S Hurlebaus Z Medina-Cetina S Tucker N Yosefpour 2013 Electrical resistivity imaging of unknown bridge foundations Near-Surf Geophys 11 591-598

 

J Ge ME Everett CJ Weiss 2012 Fractional diffusion analysis of the electromagnetic field in fractured media Part I: 2-D approach Geophysics 77 WB213-WB218

 

T Desmet ME Everett CJ Pierce D Pertermann DB Dickson 2012 Electromagnetic induction in susburface metal targets: cluster analysis using point pattern spatial statistics Geophysics 77 WB161-WB169

 

ME Everett 2012 Theoretical developments in electromagnetic induction geophysics with selected application in the near surface Surveys in Geophysics 33 29—63

Additional Information

Other positions held: Co-Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Applied Geophysics

State of Texas Geoscientist #5141

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