Profile: Neil Terry

Ph.D. Graduate Student

Graduate Assistant
Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences

Field Specialization:  Near-surface geophysics
Graduate Advisor: Dr. Lee Slater

Research Interests:  
How can geophysical tools help us to understand processes occurring in the upper ~100 m of the earth's surface
Stochastic inversion: how can statistical techniques enhance our interpretations of geophysical data?

  • Education

    B.S., Geology, the State University of New York at Buffalo
    M.S., Environmental Geology, the State University of New York at Buffalo

  • Publications

    Terry, N., 2008, Mawrth Vallis, Mars: a biologically robust paleoenvironment and prime candidate to preserve biomarkers – support for MSL landing site selection, Northeastern Section, GSA, 43rd annual meeting, Buffalo, New York, Paper No. 34-5.

    Terry, N., and Z. Hou (2008) Qualitative assessment of flow and transport mechanisms in bioremediation processes, Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H33G-1110,

    Terry, N., Z. Hou, and S. S. Hubbard (2010) Monitoring spatio-temporal dielectric permittivity variation in the shallow subsurface through Bayesian Inversion of GPR data, Abstract H11K-02 presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 13-17 Dec.

    Terry, N., Z. Hou, (2011) A Guided Pilot Point Bayesian Inversion Approach for Monitoring Spatio-Temporal Dielectric Permittivity Variation in the Shallow Subsurface using GPR, SAGEEP 24, 122.