Kris Meisling has 28 years of experience working as a Structural Geologist, Regional Geologic Integrator, and Basin Analyst in upstream technology and consulting at ARCO, Mobil, and BP. Kris left BP in 2009 to start his consulting practice, and was appointed Consulting Professor at Stanford University in 2010. Kris is primarily working with Elizabeth Miller and her students on plate restorations of the Arctic incorporating new detrital zircon constraints. In 2013 Kris joined Elizabeth's Team working on the Alaska & East Russian segment of the Arctic as part of the Circum Arctic Lithosphere Evolution (CALE) Program. Kris has also been working with Steve Graham and his students on structural interpretation of seismic data for input to basin models as part of the BPSM (Basin & Petroleum Systems Modeling) Program.