Craig Ulrich received his BS in Geology from Northwest Missouri State University and his MSc in Environmental Geology (emphasis in Geophysics) from Rutgers the State University of New Jersey. He worked in the private sector as Geologist and Geophysicist for environmental and geophysics firms. Currently Craig is a Scientific Engineering Associate at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL).
Craig’s current research interests include the fields of environmental geophysics, hydrology, and contamination. Currently, my research includes:
- Characterizing the arctic tundra with DC resistivity, ground penetrating radar, electromagnetics, and soil identification/characterization.
- Quantifying surface water-groundwater exchanges in a gravel river setting to better understand clogging phenomena.
- Identification of hidden geothermal systems using CO2 flux and spontaneous potential measurements.