Roy A. Johnson
Professor, Reflection Seismology
Reflection seismology applied to analysis and modeling of complex crustal structure, composition and physical properties of the crust and upper mantle, processes of crustal extension, and energy exploration. Multicomponent seismic reflection data acquisition, processing and interpretation. High-resolution seismic techniques applied to fossil-fuel exploration and groundwater and environmental geology.
- Fault Geometries, Southeastern Arizona/Northern Sonora
- Gas Hydrates, Alaska
- Great Salt Lake
- Precambrian Terranes, Western U.S.
- Ruby Mountains/Crustal Structure, Nevada
- Geos 218-2, Geological Disasters and Society
- Geos 434/534, Exploration Seismology
- Geos 469/569, Seismic Data Processing
- Geos 596F, Interpretation of Seismic Reflection Data