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analyst , geophysicist

Gerry Henderson Cabaniss, American Geophysicist, analyst. Achievements include research in deployed arrays of shallow and deep borehole tiltmeters to measure tidal and long-period earth deformations, significant advances in techniques, design and performance. econometrics American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Geophysical Union (geodynamics committee 1978).

Background

Cabaniss, Gerry Henderson was born on April 22, 1935 in Winter Haven, Florida, United States. Son of William Fredrick and Adelaide (Henderson) Cabaniss.

Education

Bachelor in Geology, Dartmouth College, 1957. Master of Science in Geophysics, Boston College, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy in Geology, Boston University, 1975.

Career

Staff scientist, Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Bedford, Massachusetts, 1958-1982;principal staff member, Business Development Manager International Inc., Albuquerque, since 1982. Proposal/review committee National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, 1970, 76.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in deployed arrays of shallow and deep borehole tiltmeters to measure tidal and long-period earth deformations, significant advances in techniques, design and performance.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Compiler Science Studies on United States Arctic Ocean Drift Stations, 1968.

Membership

Econometrics American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Geophysical Union (geodynamics committee 1978).

Connections

Married Judith Ann McAuliffe, June 17, 1962. Children: Jennifer, Paul, William.

father:
William Fredrick Cabaniss

mother:
Adelaide (Henderson) Cabaniss

spouse:
Judith Ann McAuliffe

children:
Jennifer Cabaniss

Paul Cabaniss

William Cabaniss