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  • Meredith Goebel

    Meredith Goebel

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Geophysics

    BioMeredith Goebel primary interests center on the application of geophysical methods for addressing problems surrounding the evaluation and management of groundwater resources. She currently serves as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Stanford University, developing methods for integrating new datasets into groundwater models to improve their accuracy and utility, specifically in California’s Central Valley. In addition to this work, she is also involved in number of projects investigating new tools for groundwater recharge site assessment in the Central Valley.

    Meredith completed her PhD in Geophysics at Stanford University, working with electrical and electromagnetic geophysical methods to map and monitor saltwater intrusion at both the lab and field scale. The field scale research for her PhD was conducted along the coast of the Monterey Bay, mapping the distribution of fresh and salt water in the subsurface both onshore and offshore along the bay. Prior to starting at Stanford she got her BA in Geophysics from UC Berkeley, and interned in the seismology group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

  • Ian Gottschalk

    Ian Gottschalk

    Ph.D. Student in Geophysics

    BioIan is a 5th year Ph.D. Student in the Environmental Geophysics group lead by Rosemary Knight. He is researching ways to use geophysical methods to reduce the uncertainty in management decisions. His research focuses on finding effective ways to relate the geophysical properties we measure to the groundwater properties and processes that we care about. His thesis investigates a method to combine the geophysical method of airborne electromagnetics with numerical groundwater models to better understand seawater intrusion.

    Check out the "Research & Scholarship" tab and the Stanford GEM Center Website for more info!

  • Jared Gregory

    Jared Gregory

    Administrative Associate, Department of Geophysics - Geophysics

    Current Role at StanfordAdministrative Associate for the Geophysics Department in support of the Stanford Rock Physics and Borehole Research Group

  • Lucia Gualtieri

    Lucia Gualtieri

    Assistant Professor of Geophysics

    BioLucia Gualtieri is an Assistant Professor of Geophysics at Stanford University. Before joining Stanford, she was a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University. Lucia earned her Ph.D. in Geophysics in 2014, as a dual degree from the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (France) and the University of Bologna (Italy). She obtained her M.Sc. in Geophysics in 2010 and her B.Sc. in Physics in 2008, both at the University of Bologna. Lucia is interested in a variety of research topics, and in tackling them under a theoretical, computational and observational point of view. Lucia’s main research interests are in solving problems related to emerging fields in seismology, like ambient seismic noise and seismic signals due to mass-wasting events. She is also interested in using seismic waves to scan the interior of our planet and in gaining insights on how the Earth's structure affects seismic records.