Dhananjay Kumar

Chief Editor
Name of the editor Dr. Dhananjay Kumar
Short Profile (About Edior) in Max 300 words Dhananjay Kumar received a B.S. (1998) in geological sciences and an M.S (2000) in exploration geophysics from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur and a Ph.D. (2005) in geophysics from the University of Texas at Austin. Since 2012, he has been working as a geophysicist at BP Upstream Technology in Houston, USA. Earlier, he worked one year for Reliance in Mumbai and seven years for Chevron in San Ramon and Houston. His research interests include reservoir properties predictions from seismic, 4D seismic, shale gas and gas hydrates. He is a member of SEG, GSH, AGU, SPG North America Chapter, and Bihar Brain.
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Earth Sciences
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Publications (If publications are not available online, then provide a list of 4 publications published during last 10years)(Excludepaperspublishedbytheeditorinthejournalsofwhichhe/sheisin-chargeofthepublishing
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  1. Kumar, D., Zhao, Z., Foster, D. J., Dralus, D., and Sen, M. K., 2020, Frequency-dependent AVO analysis using the scattering response of a layered reservoir: Geophysics, 85 (2), doi: 10.1190/geo2019-0167.1
  2. Kumar, D., 2020, Seismic Reservoir Characterization: In Gupta, H. K., (2nd ed.), Encyclopedia of Solid Earth Geophysics, Springer, The Netherlands.
  3. Kumar, D., Baptiste, D., Maxwell, A., Dralus, D., and yang, T., 2020, Seismic analysis for predicting low-saturation gas zones: A Trinidad field dataset example: SEG abstract.
  4. Kumar, D., 2013, Applying Backus averaging for deriving seismic anisotropy of a long-wavelength equivalent medium from well-log data: J. Geophys. Eng., 10 055001.