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Miles D. Kenney

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Background Information

Employment History

San Diego Association of Geologists


Consulting Geologist

Kenney GeoScience


Senior Project Geologist

Petra Geotechnical , Inc.


Geology Lecturer

San Diego State University


Staff Consultant

Earth Consultants International , Inc.


Web References(15 Total References)


2007 Annual Meeting: Palm Springs, CA | Southern California Earthquake Center

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Miles Kenney (Petra)


2004 Annual Meeting | Southern California Earthquake Center

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Miles Kenney (PETRA)


AEG Southern California Section

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The main speaker at this location will be Miles Kenney, who has prepared some sophisticated geomorphic models of the fault in this vicinity.


AEG Southern California Section

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SPEAKER: Miles D. Kenney, Ph.D.
Dr. Kenney has over eight years of project experience in the performance of geotechnical engineering investigations and over nine years of experience in geological research and investigations with an emphasis on seismic hazards. Areas of extended study included Quaternary geology, structural geology, igneous and sedimentary petrology, geomorphology, seismology, kinematics, fault hazard evaluation, and neotectonics. Dr. Kenney has managed many fault hazard investigations throughout southern California, which have included trenching, field mapping, evaluation of morphostratigraphic terrace and fan deposits, surveying, drilling, fault slip vector determinations, estimates of anticipated moment magnitude and slip per event, and aerial photograph interpretation.


AEG Southern California Section

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Dr. Miles Kenney, PG, Consultant Geologist, will be presenting on the Late Quaternary stratigraphic and structural development of the Cheviot Hills / Century City area.
Topic: "Late Quaternary stratigraphic and structural development of the Cheviot Hills / Century City area" Speaker: Miles Kenney Dr. Kenney has over 20 years of professional experience working as a Geologist in the southwestern United States. Areas of expertise include fault hazard evaluation (paleoseismology), desert landscapes (alluvial fans, aeolian systems - dunes), basin scale stratigraphy (assists in groundwater studies), structural geology, stratigraphy, and neotectonics. Miles Kenney earned a Bachelors in Science degree from San Diego State University in 1989 with a Geology Major and minor in Chemistry. He then worked for Leighton and associates for 5 years as a geotechnical geologist primarily involving numerous fault investigations of the Elsinore Fault Zone working with Dr. Tom Rockwell and taking a million sand cone density tests on various grading projects! From 1994 to 1999 Miles completed his doctorate degree at the University of Oregon working with Dr. Ray Weldon. After receiving his PhD, Miles then worked for Earth Consultants for over a year then began teaching at San Diego State University and various community colleges in San Diego County. From 2002 to 2009 Dr. Kenney worked at Petra Geotechnical as their fault hazard specialist managing numerous fault investigation studies in southern California. From 2009 to the present time he has worked as an independent Geologic consultant via Kenney GeoScience. Recent projects have involved structural evaluation of Basin and Range structure in the Mojave Desert for groundwater storage projects (Cadiz Groundwater and Storage Project), fault and stratigraphic evaluation of the Cheviot Hills, evaluation of sand dune systems regarding dust emissions and preservation of habitat (numerous solar energy projects and the Los Angeles Department of Energy and Power).


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