Borehole Logging Working Group

The Borehole Logging Working Group (BLWG) members are from the broad range of scientists who deploy borehole logging instruments in glaciers and ice sheets for scientific investigations. The BLWG is one of the three standing working groups of the Science Advisory Board.

BLWG Members

  • Erin Pettit (Oregon State University; BLWG Chair)
  • Sridhar Anandakrishnan (Penn State)
  • Ryan Bay (Univesity of California - Berkeley)
  • Gary Clow (University of Colorado - Boulder)
  • Paolo Gabrielli (Ohio State University)
  • Jason Gulley (University of South Florida)
  • Bob Hawley (Dartmouth College)
  • Lora Koenig (National Snow and Ice Data Center)
  • Atsu Muto (Temple)
  • Jeff Severinghaus (Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
  • Joey Talghader (University of Minnesota)
  • Don Voigt (Penn State)
  • Ed Waddington (University of Washington)
  • Trevor Williams (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory)

BLWG Documents

Citation Year
IDDO (2017) Logging Tool Testing: An Informational Guide - Logging Tool Equipment Testing at IDDO. 1-13. 2017
Erin Pettit, Ryan Bay, Gary D Clow, IDPO (2012) Science Requirements for a Deep Logging Winch. 1-4. 2012
Ryan Bay, Gary D Clow, Robert Hawley, Erin Pettit, Ed Waddington, Atsu Muto, IDPO (2011) Intermediate Depth Logging Winch - Science Requirements. 1-3. 2011
Gary D Clow (2008) USGS Polar Temperature Logging System, Description and Measurement Uncertainties. U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods 2-E3, 1-24. https://pubs.usgs.gov/tm/02e03/ 2008