Mr. Kingdon has over 10 years experience working with geophysical sensor data. He is a Research Geophysicist at Black Tusk Geophysics where he is primarily concentrated on improving methods for detection and classification of unexploded ordnance. He is an Honorary Research Associate in Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of British Columbia. He is a co-performer on multiple munitions detection related projects sponsored by the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program and Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (SERDP/ESTCP). Projects range from developing and testing classification strategies for magnetic and electromagnetic sensors to developing and certifying new sensor systems. He has developed, designed and delivered training courses for a variety of geophysical instruments and data processing strategies.
Mr. Kingdon received a Bachelor of Science degree in Space Science from York University and a Master of Science Degree in Geophysics form the University of British Columbia.