Dr. Lalu Mansinha

Earth Physics

Lalu MansinhaProfessor Emeritus
Ph.D. University of British Columbia
Office: BGS 1000E
Phone: 1-519-661-2111 ext. 82253
Fax: 1-519-661-3198
Email: mansinha@uwo.ca

Research Interests

Ongoing Projects with the S-Transform: Delineation of fracture patterns and basaltic flow tops from air photographs - Mansinha, Schincariol, Welhan (Idaho Geological Survey) - Eramian; Generation of aquifer heterogeneity maps using texture segmentation techniques - Schincariol, Mansinha, Oldenborger, Eramian; Delineation of the water table at the north end of the Pinery Provincial Park using ground penetrating radar - Czetner, Schincariol, Mansinha; Water table mapping using ground penetrating radar at the Pinery Provincial Park - Tebbens, Schincariol, Mansinha.

Selected Publications

  • Eramian, M.G., Schincariol, R.A., Mansinha, L. and Stockwell, R.G., 1999. Generation of aquifer heterogeneity maps using two-dimensional spectral texture segmentation techniques. Mathematical Geology, 31(3): 327-348.
  • Mansinha, L., Stockwell, R.G., Lowe, R.P., Eramian, M. and Schincariol, R.A., 1997. Local S-spectrum analysis of 1-D and 2-D data. In: D.G. Gubbins and J.P. Poirier (Editors), The Jackfest special issue; A collection of papers to honor Jack Jacobs. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 329-336.   
  • Kamal and Mansinha, L., 1996. The triggering of aftershocks by the free oscillations of the Earth. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 86(2): 299-305.   
  • Smylie, D.E., Hinderer, J., Richter, B., Ducarme, B. and Mansinha, L., 1993. A comparative analysis of superconducting gravimeter data. In: M.J.L. Le, D.E. Smylie and T. Herring (Editors), Dynamics of Earth's deep interior and Earth rotation. Geophysical Monograph. American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC, United States, pp. 91-96.   
  • Kamal and Mansinha, L., 1992. A test of the superconducting gravimeter as a long-period seismometer. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 71(1-2): 52-60.