Researcher Profile: Adam Schultz

A professor of geology and geophysics, Adam Schultz received his Ph.D. at the University of Washington in 1986. He came to Oregon State University in 2003 and directs the National Geoelectromagnetic Facility, which loans geophysics equipment to scientists, industry and government. His research interests include geothermal systems, the Cascade volcanic arc, the Cascadia subduction zone […]


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April 3, 2013

Adam Schultz, professor in the Oregon State College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, directs the National Geoelectromagnetic Lab with support from the National Science Foundation. (Photo: Dennis Wolverton, courtesy of the Oregon Stater magazine)
Adam Schultz (Photo: Dennis Wolverton, courtesy of the Oregon Stater magazine)

A professor of geology and geophysics, Adam Schultz received his Ph.D. at the University of Washington in 1986. He came to Oregon State University in 2003 and directs the National Geoelectromagnetic Facility, which loans geophysics equipment to scientists, industry and government. His research interests include geothermal systems, the Cascade volcanic arc, the Cascadia subduction zone and innovative geophysical imaging techniques.

His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, and a variety of other federal, industry and foreign funding sources.

CATEGORIES: Departments Earth Service to Oregon Healthy Planet


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