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Ms. Amanda J. Livers-Douglas
POSITION: Research Geophysicist

Amanda J. Livers-Douglas is a Research Geophysicist at the EERC, where she analyzes the subsurface using geophysical methods and performs processing and advanced interpretation of geophysical data collected in the field. Ms. Livers-Douglas leads the geophysical field data acquisition efforts at the EERC. 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, and recently managed acquisition of a 5-mile, 2-D seismic line in North Dakota for the CarbonSAFE project using the EERC's in-house data collection equipment.

Ms. Livers-Douglas holds a M.S. degree in Geology from the University of Kansas and a B.A. degree in Physics from Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota. Her principal areas of interest and expertise include detection and monitoring of near-surface environmental and engineering hazards by developing innovative processing methods and designing specialized data acquisition surveys. She has authored and coauthored several conference presentations and open file reports.