William M. Dalrymple, R.GP.

Project Geophysicist


University of California, Riverside

  • B.S. Geophysics, Minor Mathematics

Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience (SAGE)

  • Rio Grande Rift, NM

Current and Previous Certifications:

  • OSHA 40-Hr Hazwoper, LPS Training, Railroad Contractor, BNSF Safety, UPRR Safety, Refinery Safety Overview, First Aid Training

Relevant Experience:

University of California, Riverside

  • Research Assistant
  • Study parallel fault interactions using the Dyna3D finite element code
  • Process electrical data pertaining to earthquake studies

Lawrence Livermore National Labs, Livermore, CA– contracted under UC Riverside

  • Research Assistant
  • Testing lab equipment to measure resistivity on small core samples.
  • Creating a software/hardware interface using the LabVIEW programming system. Collecting sampling data on various small core samples.

Advanced Geoscience, Inc., Palos Verdes, CA

  • Geophysicist
  • Conduct seismic reflection and refraction surveys
  • Supervise field crews
  • Process acquired data using various DOS and Windows based programs
  • Generate report ready map and data figures

GEOVision Geophysical Services, Inc.

Currently, William Dalrymple collects and processes data for seismic, resistivity, ground penetrating radar (GPR), magnetic and electromagnetic investigations. Typical these investigations include rippability, depth to bedrock, subsurface electrical properties, abandoned wells, abandoned USTs and other subsurface structural features or properties. He also collects and processes total station and GPS data for site control and mapping.