Carlos Aiken is professor in the Department of Geosciences. He is head of the Cybermapping Lab. His research interests include digital acquisition and analysis of and the use of Global Positioning System applications in geology and geophysics.

Learn more about Professor Aiken's work at his Faculty and Research and Research Explorer pages.

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Recent Submissions

  • The 4-D Microgravity Method for Waterflood Surveillance: A Model Study for the Prudhoe Bay Reservoir, Alaska 

    Hare, J. L.; Ferguson, John F.; Aiken, Carlos L. V.; Brady, J. L. (Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 1999-01)
    Forward and inverse gravity modeling is carried out on a suite of reservoir simulations of a proposed water injection on the Prudhoe Bay reservoir, Alaska. A novel surveillance technique is developed in which surface gravity ...
  • The Digital Integrated Stratigraphy Project (DISP) 

    Munnecke, Axel; Cramer, Bradley D.; Boon, David P.; Kharwat, Ranyah; Aiken, Carlos L. V.; Schofield, David I. (2012-07-19)
    The Digital Integrated Stratigraphy Project (DISP) aims to eliminate the stratigraphical ambiguity associated with sample position within a stratigraphical section. For example, it is often impractical or impossible to ...