Steven Blake Campbell
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I am a Geophysicist with decades of experience. I have been directly involved with field research, data acquisition, processing and quality control. Software instruction, technical writing, marketing presentations and client interaction are also among my strengths.
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Processing, Survey Design and Quality-Control experience.
Field Work experience
Navigation and Navigation Data Processing experience
I also performed a great deal of seismic modeling – finite difference, ray tracing, attribute analysis, source modeling, e.g. I wrote prototype programs that expanded capabilities when in-house software was left behind by the increasing complexity of seismic operations – accommodating multi-vessel acquisition and/or simultaneous sources for research projects, e.g.
Assignments varied, but I would estimate about 10 years involvement in management. Management of an onshore dedicated design group was one example. I was the project manager for an extensive feasibility study for PEMEX on Cantarell Field, Mexico’s largest oilfield, at the time.
Myself and a colleague were founding user/developers of both MESA and OMNI survey design software and I have made use of both frequently since then. I am of course, quite proficient with MS Office Word, Excel and Powerpoint, etc.
I have field experience with land cable (Sercel, IO e.g.) and land node (SGR, e.g.) systems, as well as marine telemetry systems. I have worked with data from those and marine streamers and fiber-optic permanent installations. I have designed surveys for all those and marine nodes, as well.
My health is excellent and I am currently swimming over one mile per day. Most people half my age are incapable of such effort.
I hold a Class A CDL with Haz-Mat, Tanker and Double/Triple endorsements. I have approximately 134,000 miles of over-the-road tractor-trailer experience. I underwent offshore safety training (Marine Survival – Survival Craft / Suit – HUET, MSTC) in 2001
I am fluent in English and Spanish and have some familiarity with French and Russian.
I would offer this article in particular as an example of my technical writing: Changing Energy Use in the United States You will find that and a collection of travel and science articles at this website: Goingwalkabout.blog.
I can be available at short notice. Any reasonable remuneration will be accepted. I would accept a temporary or short-term position.
Remote or overseas assignments for long periods would be quite acceptable. Just get me home every once-in-a-while. Travel is no problem. I have travelled extensively in South America and I hold a current US passport and Brazilian visa both of which do not expire until 2022.
Steven B. Campbell