Founder and Director of Geosciences
Master of Science in Geophysics, University of Wyoming, 1989
Bachelor of Science in Geology, University of Montana, 1986
William Bradley Isbell (Brad) is the Founder and Director of Geosciences at Echotech Geophysical
research Corporation. He is responsible for the scientific aspects of all contracts and research
projects, including the collection and interpretation of data, management of
project personnel and generation of final reports.
Geophysical investigation. With
Echotech Geophysical, Brad Isbell has been responsible for investigations
using standard geophysical techniques (resistivity, ground penetrating radar;
magnetic, electromagnetic, and seismic methods) and corresponding geological evaluations
in diverse environments, including SUPERFUND sites, landslides, abandoned mines,
and housing developments; and for various purposes, including industrial
remediation, well location, and structural integrity assessment.
International geophysical research projects. Brad
Isbell was a research associate for LITHOPROBE, in the Department of Geophysics,
University of British Columbia from 1989 to 1993. He was responsible for the
design of international seismic geophysical research projects, including all
logistical requirements to coordinate collaborating multinational deployment
crews, to organize and manage field crews, collect, process, and analyze field
data, and generate publication-quality reports.
Development of proprietary application hardware and
software. As sole owner of Bisonware Geophysical, Brad Isbell
participated in development of patented software, Real Time Simulation Utilizing
Position Sensing, Patent Number [PCT/US97/07721]. He has also pioneered new and
innovative techniques for collecting high resolution geophysical data.
Professional Licenses and Memberships:
Licensed Montana Underground Storage Tank Compliance Inspector
40 Hour Hazardous Waste & Emergency Response Course (HAZWOPER)
Asbestos Abatement Project Designer
Environmental & Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS)
Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)
National Ground Water Association (NGWA)