Christopher David Walker
Christopher David Walker
Verified email at ldeo.columbia.edu
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Distinguishing between rooted and rootless detachments: A case study from the Mormon Mountains of southeastern Nevada
MH Anders, N Christie-Blick, CD Walker
The Journal of geology 114 (6), 645-664, 2006
272006
Kinematic evidence for downdip movement on the Mormon Peak detachment
CD Walker, MH Anders, N Christie-Blick
Geology 35 (3), 259-262, 2007
192007
The scientific context for the exploration of the Moon
GA Paulikas, CM Pieters, WB Banerdt, JL Burch, A Chaikin, BA Cohen, ...
National Research Council, Washington 140, 2007
152007
Observations from the Basin and Range Province (western United States) pertinent to the interpretation of regional detachment faults
N Christie-Blick, MH Anders, S Wills, CD Walker, B Renik
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 282 (1), 421-441, 2007
142007
Teaching prereading skills
C Walker
Ward Lock Educational, 1975
121975
Blended source-the future of ocean bottom seismic acquisition
CDT Walker, DJ Monk, DB Hays
76th EAGE Conference and Exhibition 2014 2014 (1), 1-5, 2014
102014
Nations in Transit. Fragile Frontier: Democracy˘s Growing Vulnerability in Central and Southeastern Europe
C Walker, S Habdank-Kołaczkowska
Freedomhouse available at: https://www. freedomhouse. org/sites/default …, 2012
92012
Using downhole dynamics to better understand the drilling process with positive displacement motors and PDC bits
E Lamine, A Leseultre, D Roberts, C Walker, A Jonsson
SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, 1998
91998
Straining at the leash: Understanding the full potential of the deep-water, sub-salt Mad Dog field, from appraisal through early production
C Walker, P Belvedere, J Petersen, S Warrior, A Cunningham, ...
32nd Annual Gulf Coast Section SEPM Foundation Bob F. Perkns Research …, 2012
82012
Long range detection of radiation induced air fluorescence
AE Leybourne, S Creasey, J Dixon, J Lee, G Messer, S Neal, GH Rayborn, ...
Proceedings of the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management Annual Meeting …, 2010
82010
A gravity slide origin for the Mormon Peak detachment: Re-examining the evidence for extreme extension in the Mormon Mountains, southeastern Nevada, USA
CD Walker
Columbia University, 2008
82008
Analysis of bottom-moored hydrophone measurements of Gulf of Mexico sperm whale phonations
GE Ioup, JW Ioup, NA Sidorovskaia, RT Walker, SA Kuczaj, CD Walker, ...
Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Gulf of Mexico Information Transfer Meeting …, 2005
72005
Integrating kinematic restoration and forward finite element simulations to constrain the evolution of salt diapirism and overburden deformation in evaporite basins
JR Thigpen, D Roberts, JK Snow, CD Walker, A Bere
Journal of Structural Geology 118, 68-86, 2019
62019
Marine seismic overview
JA Gulland, CDT Walker
Seismic and Marine Mammals Workshop, 23-25, 1998
61998
Blended source single sided full azimuth ocean bottom seismic acquisition
CDT Walker, D Hays, D Monk
SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2013, 157-160, 2013
52013
Using acoustic buoys to assess ambient noise and sperm whale vocalizations
J Newcomb, R Fisher, R Field, G Ioup, J Ioup, J Larue, G Rayborn, ...
Proceedings of MMS-ITM Workshop, 2003
52003
Insect-inspired visual navigation for flying robots
A Philippides, N Steadman, A Dewar, C Walker, P Graham
Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems, 263-274, 2016
42016
3-D airgun source characterization and propagation modeling
AM Tashmukhambetov, NA Sidorovskaia, GE Ioup, JW Ioup, JJ Newcomb, ...
SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2006, 26-30, 2006
42006
Automated detection of sperm whale sounds as a function of abrupt changes in sound intensity
CD Walker, GH Rayborn, BA Brack, SA Kuczaj, RL Paulos
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113 (4), 2307-2307, 2003
42003
Marine 3D geometry design for optimum acquisition system response
CDT Walker, AR Mackewn, AJL Budd, JW Ryan
57th EAGE Conference and Exhibition, cp-90-00085, 1995
41995
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