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Ms. Amanda J. Douglas
POSITION: Research Geophysicist

Amanda J. Livers-Douglas is a Research Geophysicist at the EERC, where she analyzes the subsurface using geophysical models and performs advanced interpretation of geophysical data collected in the field. She assists in the preparation of technical reports and interfaces with a diverse team of scientists and engineers to assess project uncertainties in oil and gas development and geologic CO2 storage. She holds a M.S. degree in Geology from the University of Kansas and a B.A. degree in Physics from Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota.

Ms. Livers-Douglas's principal areas of interest and expertise include detection and monitoring of near-surface environmental and engineering hazards by developing novel geophysical processing methods and designing specialized data acquisition surveys. She has deployed and been an operator for several large-scale seismic data acquisition surveys, including a semipermanent autonomous seismic array deployed to monitor the migration of injected CO2 through the subsurface. She has authored and coauthored several conference presentations and open file reports.