George Tsoflias
George Tsoflias
Associate Professor of Geophysics, The University of Kansas
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Application of the multiaxial perfectly matched layer (M-PML) to near-surface seismic modeling with Rayleigh waves
C Zeng, J Xia, RD Miller, GP Tsoflias
Geophysics 76 (3), T43-T52, 2011
1012011
Vertical fracture detection by exploiting the polarization properties of ground-penetrating radar signals
GP Tsoflias, JP Van Gestel, PL Stoffa, DD Blankenship, M Sen
Geophysics 69 (3), 803-810, 2004
902004
Monitoring pumping test response in a fractured aquifer using ground‐penetrating radar
GP Tsoflias, T Halihan, JM Sharp Jr
Water Resources Research 37 (5), 1221-1229, 2001
892001
Ground-penetrating-radar response to fracture-fluid salinity: Why lower frequencies are favorable for resolving salinity changes
GP Tsoflias, MW Becker
Geophysics 73 (5), J25-J30, 2008
872008
An improved vacuum formulation for 2D finite-difference modeling of Rayleigh waves including surface topography and internal discontinuities
C Zeng, J Xia, RD Miller, GP Tsoflias
Geophysics 77 (1), T1-T9, 2012
842012
Assessing fault displacement and off-fault deformation in an extensional tectonic setting using 3-D ground-penetrating radar imaging
M Christie, GP Tsoflias, DF Stockli, R Black
Journal of applied geophysics 68 (1), 9-16, 2009
562009
Comparing flux‐averaged and resident concentration in a fractured bedrock using ground penetrating radar
MW Becker, GP Tsoflias
Water Resources Research 46 (9), 2010
472010
Field investigation of Love waves in near-surface seismology
R Eslick, G Tsoflias, D Steeples
Geophysics 73 (3), G1-G6, 2008
472008
An inexpensive multilevel array of sensors for direct ground water velocity measurement
JF Devlin, G Tsoflias, M McGlashan, P Schillig
Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 29 (2), 73-77, 2009
432009
Complex fabric development revealed by englacial seismic reflectivity: Jakobshavn Isbrę, Greenland
HJ Horgan, S Anandakrishnan, RB Alley, LE Peters, GP Tsoflias, DE Voigt, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (10), 2008
432008
Numerical investigation of MASW applications in presence of surface topography
C Zeng, J Xia, RD Miller, GP Tsoflias, Z Wang
Journal of Applied Geophysics 84, 52-60, 2012
412012
Investigating multi‐polarization GPR wave transmission through thin layers: Implications for vertical fracture characterization
GP Tsoflias, A Hoch
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (20), 2006
372006
Applications and implications of direct groundwater velocity measurement at the centimetre scale
JF Devlin, PC Schillig, I Bowen, CE Critchley, DL Rudolph, NR Thomson, ...
Journal of contaminant hydrology 127 (1-4), 3-14, 2012
352012
Feasibility of waveform inversion of Rayleigh waves for shallow shear-wave velocity using a genetic algorithm
C Zeng, J Xia, RD Miller, GP Tsoflias
Journal of Applied Geophysics 75 (4), 648-655, 2011
342011
Some practical aspects of MASW analysis and processing
J Ivanov, RD Miller, G Tsoflias
21st EEGS Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and …, 2008
322008
High-resolution ultra-shallow subsurface imaging by integrating near-surface seismic reflection and ground-penetrating radar data in the depth domain
SD Sloan, GP Tsoflias, DW Steeples, PD Vincent
Journal of Applied Geophysics 62 (3), 281-286, 2007
322007
Shear-wave anisotropy reveals pore fluid pressure–induced seismicity in the US midcontinent
KA Nolte, GP Tsoflias, TS Bidgoli, WL Watney
Science advances 3 (12), e1700443, 2017
312017
Evaluation of inert tracers in a bedrock fracture using ground penetrating radar and thermal sensors
AJ Hawkins, MW Becker, GP Tsoflias
Geothermics 67, 86-94, 2017
272017
Transient heterogeneity in an aquifer undergoing bioremediation of hydrocarbons
PC Schillig, JF Devlin, JA Roberts, GP Tsoflias, MA McGlashan
Groundwater 49 (2), 184-196, 2011
242011
Cross-polarized GPR imaging of fracture flow channeling
GP Tsoflias, C Perll, M Baker, MW Becker
Journal of Earth Science 26 (6), 776-784, 2015
202015
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