Profile: Angelo Lampousis

Research Associate

Post-Doctoral
Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences

 

Field of Interest: Agricultural geophysics, environmental site assessments, entrepreneurship 

  • Associated Programs

    Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS), City College of New York (CCNY), City University of New York (CUNY)

    Department of Geography, Hunter College, City University of New York (CUNY)

  • Education

    Ph.D. in Environmental Geophysics, 2009
    Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences
    The Graduate School & University Center of the City University of New York (CUNY)
    Home College:
    Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences,
    City College of New York, CUNY

    M.Phil. in Earth & Environmental Sciences, 2006
    Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences
    The Graduate School & University Center, CUNY

    B.S. in Agriculture, 2000
    Department of Agriculture, School of Geotechnical Sciences,
    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
    Concentration: Horticulture & Viticulture

  • Publications

    Conference Abstracts and Presentations: 

    Lampousis, A. and Kenyon, P. M., (2009), The Effectiveness of Resistivity Imaging for Monitoring Infiltration in Agricultural Soils;
    Poster Presentation at American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting 2009,
    Abstract # NS23A-1121

    Tsabaris, C. and Lampousis, A., (2009), On-line continuous monitoring of groundwater radon levels at L’Aquila fault, Italy;
    Poster Presentation at American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting 2009, Abstract #NH43B-1326

    Lampousis, A., (2009), Electrical Resistivity Imaging Study of Near-Surface Infiltration, Doctoral Dissertation, Doctoral Program in Earth and Environmental Sciences, The Graduate School & University Center, CUNY

    Lampousis, A., Kenyon, P. M., Sanwald, K. and Steiner, N., (2007), Electrical Imaging of Infiltration in Agricultural Soils on Long Island, New York;
    Oral  Presentation at American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting 2007,
    Abstract # NS33A-02