Carol A Finn

Carol has been with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Geologic Hazards Science Center since October 2006, where she has served as the Geomagnetism Group Leader, responsible for operations and maintenance of 14 USGS geomagnetic observatories located across the US and its territories. 

Biography

Prior Experience:

She has also worked for the USGS as the Central Region Geography Science Coordinator and as Assistant Chief, Branch of Production Operations, Mid-Continent Mapping Center, Rolla, MO.  Before joining the USGS, she served ten years with Air Force Technical Applications Center, at Patrick AFB, FL, as a research geophysicist, developing new seismic techniques in support of monitoring nuclear test ban treaties.  She began her career with the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center in Brookmont, MD as a geodesist. 

Education:

Master of Professional Geophysics from St. Louis University

Bachelor of Science in Geology from Southwest Missouri State University

Professional Societies:

Member, Executive Council, INTERMAGNET

Member, American Geophysical Union