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Del Bohnenstiehl


Center for Geospatial Analytics

Jordan Hall 4138


Del is an Associate Professor in the Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences and a Faculty Fellow with the Center for Geospatial Analytics. He uses geophysical principles to investigate a wide range of interdisciplinary problems.  His interests include: seafloor exploration – using ship-based and remotely operated technologies to chart the geology and biology of the seafloor; earthquake science – detection, location and statistical analysis of seismicity, seismic hazards and tectonics; passive underwater acoustics – investigations of underwater sound and its ecological implications; archaeological geophysics – use of shallow geophysical imaging techniques in archaeological prospection and forensics.