Charles Archambeau

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Charles B. Archambeau is an American geophysicist.


He graduated from California Institute of Technology with a PhD in 1964.[1] He taught at University of Colorado,[2] and California Institute of Technology.[3]

In 1997, he studied the geophysics of Yucca Mountain, with John Davies, commissioned by the state of Nevada.[4] He is President of Technology Research Associates corporation.[5] In 2010, he signed a letter in favor of the Integral Fast Reactor.[6]



  • Dialogs on the Yucca Mountain controversy, Charles B. Archambeau, Christine M. Schluter, Jerry S. Szymanski, TRAC (Technology and Resource Assessment Corporation), 1993
  • Earthquake hazards determinations based on tectonic stress measurements, University of Colorado, 1981
  • Deterministic Methods of Seismic Source Identification, Defense Technical Information Center, 1983


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