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Mammoth Information Services
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Mammoth Information Services was a small geotechnical, survey, and information management consulting company with headquarters in Golden, Colorado. Company was founded by technocrat Michael W. Meissner. Mammoth was a division of Amalgamated Mammoth International. Mammoth Information Services (MIS) operated from 6/80-08/84.
Michael W. Meissner founded Mammoth Information Services to provide Technical IT Consulting Services to the Natural Resources and Energy Industries; Oil & Gas, Mining, Forestry, Water, and Wind.
Meissner designed and developed software to collect, monitor, and analyze data passive seismic array instrumentation for the Two Forks Dam Project.
Designed survey and developed software for the appraisal and evaluation of gravel reserves and industrial mineral inventories.
Designed ground magnetic survey of the Grand Canyon and systems to collect, transfer, and edit data for mainframe (IBM S/360, IBM S/370) processing and GIS modeling (Prime). Lead survey team in survey of south rim of the Grand Canyon. Collected diurnal readings for magnetotellurics and magnetic correction utilizing telemetry techniques.
Exploration database design and management using VSAM. Inventory, transfer and conversion of mineral lease data.
Managed development of GIS system to successfully model subsurface geology and hydrocarbon volumes resulting in the discovery and exploitation of significant oil reserves.
Managed team of seven geophysical surveyors to collect magnetic data in and around the Grand Canyon and developed data acquisitioning software (SCADA) to manage and model results.
Lead team that wrote software to collect micro-geophysical data from seventeen remote, solar-powered, geophone sites and transmit data back to central site via radio frequency for processing.
Managed project to develop survey and software for appraisal an evaluation of gravel reserves and industrial mineral inventories for financing firm. Resulted in accurate assessment of loan application for several gravel-mining firms.
Lead Cartographer responsible for conversion of Geological, Geophysical, and Land Database to digital format. Development of application software for network distribution of geological, geophysical and lease maps. Resulting in staffing requirement reductions and more efficient data control and reproduction.
Notable Alumni of Mammoth Information Services
Michael W. Meissner – Geologist
Client Name: US Park Service, Amselco Minerals, Productive Data Solutions (PDS), Amoco, Microgeophysical Corp, Max P. Arnold and Assoc., Dates: 06/1980-06/2004, Title: Senior Managing Consultant, Senior Systems Engineer, and Project Manager.
Systems Engineer for hardware evaluations and selection of large UNIX file servers, application server and communications server. Designed and implemented 300-node network, integrating AS/400, RS/6000, and PC’s over Token Ring Network. Network Design and implementation of several heterogeneous and homogeneous LAN’s on various NOS’s including OS/2, NOVELL, BANYAN, and UNIX. Project manager for multiple node network design, procurements and installation. Followed by application migration, systems development and backlog management.
Client Name: Various Clients, Dates: 05/1987-09/1992, Title: Senior Managing Consultant, Senior Systems Engineer, and Project Manager.
Environment: Technologies utilized included AS/400, RS/6000, and PC’s over Token Ring Network. Network Design and implementation of several heterogeneous and homogeneous LAN’s on various NOS’s including OS/2, NOVELL, BANYAN, and UNIX. ESRI/ArcInfo, GFIS
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