Isabel White

Isabel White


Originally from: Canada
Degree Program: PhD Geophysics




I received an undergraduate degree from University of Toronto, majoring in physics and political science.  After working in hardrock seismic research at University of Toronto, I came to Mines and joined the Reservoir Characterization Project.  I worked as a member of the Delhi team and focused my research on microseismicity.  I received a masters from Mines in 2012 after a successful defense of my thesis, “Passive seismic monitoring of the CO2 flood at Delhi, Field”.  After graduating, I joined Shell Oil Company as a geophysicist as part of their Global Seismic Processing group.  I have returned to Mines to continue my studies as a PhD student.


I wish to continue research in the area of microseismicity.  I am also interested in the field of induced seismicity. I am a member of the Wattenberg research team.  


I enjoy many outdoor activities such as hiking, snowboarding, and rock climbing so I am very happy to be back in Colorado.


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