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 About the Author
 R. Daniel Costley Jr.
dan.costley@usace.army.mil
US Army Engineer Research
and Development Center Vicksburg, Mississippi 39180, USA
R. Daniel Costley Jr. is a research
mechanical engineer at the US Army Engineering Research and Development Center (Vicksburg, MS) where he performs research in acoustic and seismic sens-
ing. Dan received his undergraduate degree in mathematics and an MS in engineering mechanics from the University of Texas at Austin and a PhD from the Georgia Institute of Tech- nology (Atlanta). He is a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America and coordinating editor for engineering acoustics for The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. He chairs the program committee of the Military Sensing Symposia specialty group on Battlespace Acoustic, Seismic, Magnetic, and Electric-Field Sensing and Signatures.
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