Professor Randy Keller, School of Geology and Geophysics, University of Oklahoma

Posted by pkm at Jan 15, 2015 07:24 AM |

G. Randy Keller is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Oklahoma. He is a Fellow of the RAS and GSA and a Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He has served as an Editor of the GJI since 2004. He has received recognitions such as the GSA Woollard, AAPG Distinguished Educator, and NASA Group Achievement awards. His research interests stress the geological applications of geophysics and span a variety of techniques at a variety of scales. He, his students, and colleagues have conducted many studies of the structure and evolution of the lithosphere often as part of large international cooperative seismic experiments such as KRISP, EAGLE, CDROM, POLONAISE'97, CELEBRATION 2000, ALP 2002, SUDETES 2003, and SINOPROBE. His recent research focuses on the structure and evolution of southern North America, China, and Central Europe, as well as, issues associated with induced seismicity.

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