Erich D. Guy - Ohio University, Ironton, OH 45638 - Phone: 740.533.4600 - Email: guye@ohiou.edu - E.Guy

Courses Offered

Earth Science  -  Environmental Geology  -  Introduction to Geology  -  Mobile Earth  -  Oceanography  -  Water and Pollution
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Education

Ph.D., The Ohio State University, Engineering Geophysics
M.E., Missouri University of Science and Technology, Geotechnics
M.S., Bowling Green State University, Geological Sciences
B.S., University of Mount Union, Geological Sciences

Experience

Chief, Geotechnical Engineering Section, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntington, WV
Adjunct Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, Ohio University, Ironton, OH
Physical Scientist, Dam Safety Modification Center of Expertise, USACE, Huntington, WV
Physical Scientist, Soils Engineering Section, USACE, Huntington, WV
Geologist, Dam Safety Section, USACE, Huntington, WV
Geologist, Engineering Geology Section, USACE, Huntington, WV
Hydrogeologist, Environmental Remediation Section, USACE, Huntington, WV
Presidential Research Fellow, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Consulting Engineering Geophysicist, Columbus, OH
Research/Teaching Associate, The Ohio State University, Geological Sciences Department, Columbus, OH
Geologist, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey Division, Sandusky, OH
Teaching Associate, Bowling Green State University, Geological Sciences Department, Bowling Green, OH
Instructor, Mount Union College, Geology Department, Alliance, OH  

Certifications

Licensed Professional Geoscientist w/ Geophysics Endorsement
Registered Professional Geologist
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Certified

Online Publications

Relief Well System Design Approach: HHD Case Study
*Association of State Dam Safety Officials Proceedings
Remediation for Beach City Dam Seepage Deficiency
*Association of State Dam Safety Officials Proceedings
Indiana Dam and Levee Distress Observations During 2008 Midwest Flooding
*The Journal of Dam Safety
Preferred Risk Reduction Alternative for Reach 1A of Herbert Hoover Dike
*Association of State Dam Safety Officials Proceedings
Zoar Levee Interim Risk Management
*Association of State Dam Safety Officials Proceedings
Herbert Hoover Dike Seepage Remedial Design Concepts
*United States Society on Dams Proceedings
Geotechnical Assessment of Indiana Dams and Levees During the June 2008 Midwest Flood
*United States Society on Dams Proceedings
Real-Time Seepage Risk Reduction Measure Design and Implementation at Zoar Levee
*Association of State Dam Safety Officials Proceedings
Probabilistic Stability Analyses and Remedial Design Concept for Bolivar Dam
*Ohio River Valley Soils Seminar Proceedings
Relief Wells Rehabilitation at Alum Creek and Dillon Dams
*Association of State Dam Safety Officials Proceedings
Seepage and Interim Risk Reduction Measure Evaluation for Bolivar Dam
*United States Society on Dams Proceedings
High-Resolution P- and S-wave Seismic Reflection Imaging of a Shallow Stratigraphic Sequence
*Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering
Borehole Tomography and Surface 3D Radar for Coal Mine Subsidence Detection
*Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering
SH-Wave Intromission Concept
*Technical Physics Letters
SH-Wave Intromission Concept (Russian Version)
*Pis'ma v Zhurnal Tekhnicheskoi Fiziki
Evaluation of Near-Surface Converted-Mode Seismic Reflection Imaging Potential
*Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering
Computer Programs for Application of Equations Describing Elastic and Electromagnetic Wave Scattering From Planar Interfaces
*Computers and Geosciences *Accompanying Programs
High-Resolution SH-Wave Reflection Investigations Near a Coal Mine-Related Collapse Feature
*Journal of Applied Geophysics
GIS Modeling and Analysis of Ohio's CO2 Budget: Mitigating Ohio's CO2 Emissions Through Reforestation
*Ohio Journal of Science
Recognition of Borehole Radar Cable-Related Effects Using Variable Offset Sounding
*Subsurface Sensing Technologies and Applications
Residual Hydrocarbons in a Water Saturated Medium: A Detection Strategy Using Ground Penetrating Radar
*Environmental Geosciences
Pitfalls in GPR Data Interpretation: Differentiating Stratigraphy and Buried Objects from Periodic Antenna and Target Effects
*Geophysical Research Letters
Demonstration of Using Crossed Dipole GPR Antennae for Site Characterization
*Geophysical Research Letters
Electromagnetic Induction and GPR Measurements for Creosote Contaminant Investigation
*Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics
Cross-Hole Radar Effectiveness for Mine-Related Subsidence Investigations
*North American Society for Trenchless Technology International NO-DIG Proceedings
Combining Multiple Geophysical Data Sets into a Single 3D Image
*Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society Proceedings
Non-Geologic Events in Single- and Cross-Hole Radar Data
*Society of Exploration Geophysicists Proceedings
Significance of Crossed-Dipole Antennas for High Noise Environments
*Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society Proceedings
A Physical Model Experiment of the GPR Response Over Gasoline
*Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society Proceedings
The Use of Borehole Ground Penetrating Radar in Determining the Risk Associated with Boulder Occurence
*North American Society for Trenchless Technology NO-DIG Proceedings

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