John R. Andrews

John Andrews
Research Scientist Associate III
Bureau of Economic Geology
The University of Texas at Austin
University Station, Box X
Austin, Texas 78713-8924
Telephone
512-704-5329
Fax
512-471-0140

Research Interests

LiDAR/spatial data processing 3D data visualization

Education

BA Political Science, UNC Chapel Hill, 1990

Professional History

1996-present Research Scientist Associate, Bureau of Economic Geology

Selected Publications

Saylam, K., and Andrews, J. R., 2014, Hydraulic fracture pits existing and potential volume calculation with airborne bathymetric lidar: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, final technical report prepared for Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc., under research agreement UTA-000693, 50 p.

Andrews, J. R., Dunlap, D. B., Standen, A. R., Averett, A. R., Cutright, B. L., and Murphy, Sean, 2013, An Immersive 3D Presentation of Permian Basin Geology; a Web Portal Prototype for Accessing Online Geologic Data (abs.): presented at West Texas Geological Society Fall Symposium, September 26, 2013.

Paine, J. G., Andrews, J. R., Saylam, K., Tremblay, T. A., Averett, A. R., Caudle, Tiffany, Meyer, T., and Young, M., 2013, Airborne lidar on the Alaskan North Slope: Wetlands mapping, lake volumes, and permafrost features: The Leading Edge, v. 32, no. 7, p. 798–805.

Paine, J. G., Caudle, Tiffany, and Andrews, J. R., 2013, Shoreline, beach, and dune morphodynamics, Texas Gulf Coast: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, final report prepared for the General Land Office under contract no. 09-242-000-3789, 64 p.

Andrews, J. R., and Choi, J.-W., 2012, A custom software approach to visualizing 4D models: an example from the CO2 sequestration study area, lower Tuscaloosa Formation, Cranfield field, Mississippi (ext. abs.) : Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions, v. 62, p. 507‒510.

Bonnaffe, Florence, Jennette, Dave, and Andrews, John, 2007, A method for acquiring and processing ground-based lidar data in difficult-to-access outcrops for use in three-dimensional, virtual-reality models: Geosphere, v. 3, no. 6, p. 501–510.