Anthony R. Barringer

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Anthony R. Barringer (born October 20, 1925 - August 15, 2009 in Golden , Colorado ) was a Canadian geophysicist .


From 1948 Barringer studied at the University of London . He attended Imperial College London . Barringer developed the Induced Pulse Transient (INPUT) for the electromagnetic exploration of mineral resources. In 1961 he founded the company Barringer Research Limited . In 1967 he moved to Denver .

Prizes and awards (selection)

  • Canadian Mining Hall of Fame
  • 1977: Logan Medal
  • Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal
  • Daniel C. Jackling Award

Web links

Individual evidence

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