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Oliver  Kuras
Associate Editor

Oliver Kuras is a Senior Research Geophysicist at the British Geological Survey, a component body of UK’s Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). He received a Master’s degree (Dipl-Phys, 1998) in Physics from Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany, and a PhD (2003) in Environmental Geophysics from the University of Nottingham. In 2001, he joined the British Geological Survey and has since led technology-driven research, developing modern near-surface geophysical methodology and instrumentation. He specialises in capacitive resistivity imaging (CRI) with applications in permafrost science and defence and automated remote monitoring using electrical tomography (ALERT) with applications in nuclear decommissioning and carbon capture and storage (CCS). His wider research interests include electrical and electromagnetic geophysical techniques and their applications in engineering and the environment. He is an active member of EAGE, AGU, SEG, DGG, and IoP. He currently chairs the Near-Surface Geophysics Group (NSGG) of the Geological Society of London.