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Thomas Martin

Thomas Martin

Graduate Student

Adviser: Zane Jobe

Geology and Geological Engineering
Chevron Center of Research Excellence

Curriculum Vitae



  • PhD in Geology, Colorado School of Mines, 2022 (in progress)
  • MS in Earth Science, University of California, San Diego, 2015
  • BS in Earth Science, University of California, San Diego, 2013


  • Machine Learning & Geostatistics 
  • Deepwater depositional processes
  • Stratigrapy 
  • Geoscience Education


  • Alvarez, P., Alvarez, A., MacGregor, L., Bolivar, F., Keirstead, R., & Martin, T. (2017). Reservoir properties prediction integrating controlled-source electromagnetic, prestack seismic, and welllog data using a rock-physics framework: Case study in the Hoop Area, Barents Sea, Norway. Interpretation, 5(2), SE43-SE60. Link

  • Martin, Thomas PatrickMapping Porosity Structure Offshore Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve and Del Mar, California Using a Surface Towed EM System. Diss. UC San Diego, 2015. Link
  • Hibbs, A. D., T. R. Petrov, J. Pendleton, A. Agundes, S. Kouba, T. Hall, D. Boyle, T. Martin, C. Schenkel, and H. F. Morrison. “Advances in Electromagnetic Survey Instrumentation and the Use of a Cased Borehole for Imaging a Deep Formations.” In 76th EAGE Conference and Exhibition-Workshops. 2014, WS9-C05 Link

  • Martin, T.P. and Schultz, A. Application of 2D Inversion to Magnetotelluric Data on the Newberry Caldera, Oregon, for Potential Geothermal Power. AGU Fall Meeting 2012, V13C-2855 Link


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Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO 80401