James A. Drahovzal
Management and supervision of the programs in oil, natural gas, coal and minerals, including the development, acquisition, and management of extramurally funded research and the oversight of energy and mineral public service; basic and applied research in petroleum geology, carbon dioxide sequestration, extensional rift basins, and deep structure and stratigraphy of the Commonwealth.
- Drahovzal, J.A., 1997, Proterozoic sequences and their implications for Precambrian and Cambrian geologic evolution of western Kentucky: Evidence from seismic-reflection data: Seismological Research Letters, v. 68, no. 4, p. 553-566.
- Groat, C.G., Cheng, A.C.H., Drahovzal, J.A., Hirasaki, G.J, Hurley, N.F., Martinsen, R.S., Matthews, C.S., Saller, A.H., Weimer, R.J., and West, W.F., 1996, Maintaining oil production from marginal fields: A review of the Department of Energy's Reservoir Class Program: National Research Council, 82p.
- Drahovzal, J.A., and Noger, M.C., 1995, Preliminary map of the structure of the Precambrian surface in eastern Kentucky: Kentucky Geological Survey, Map and Chart 8, 9 p.
- Drahovzal, J.A., Harris, D.C., Wickstrom, L.H., Walker, D., Baranowski, M.T., Keith, B.D., and Furer L.C., 1992, The East Continent Rift Basin: A new discovery: Kentucky Geological Survey, ser. 11, Special Publication 18, 25 p.