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Dr. Kumar Ramachandran
Office: Bruce Wing 554
Phone: (613) 533-6178,
Fax (613) 533-6592,
E-mail: ramachandran@geol.queensu.ca

Department of Geological Sciences
    & Geological Engineering,

Miller Hall, Queen's University,
Kingston, Ontario,
K7L 3N6



Dr. Ramachandran's research interests are in the application of geophysical methods to image near surface and deep crustal structure. Recent projects include, characterizing the northern Cascadia subduction zone structure from P- and S-wave tomographic velocity models and seismic tomography studies of the Charlevoix Seismic Zone.

Current projects include imaging the velocity structure and thickness of the permafrost layer at the Mallik gas hydrate field in the Mackenzie Delta of north-western Canadian Arctic and shear wave tomography studies of northern Cascadia subduction zone.

Education and Experience

Currently Assistant Professor , Geological Sciences, Queen's University
Visiting Fellow (2003-2005), Geological Survey of Canada,
Postdoctoral fellow (2002-2003), University of British Columbia
Geophysicist (1985-2002), Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, India

Ph.D., Earth Science, 2001, University of Victoria, Canada
M.Tech., Petroleum Exploration, 1990, Indian School of Mines, India
M.Sc.Tech., Applied Geophysics, 1985, Indian School of Mines, India

Professional Associations

American Geophysical Union
Society of Exploration Geophysics



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