Harry Coumnas Analyzes Data Sources to Locate Deposits of Natural Resources Serving as a geoscientist, Harry Coumnasstudies the earth’s surface and sub-surface and analyses the topographical, chemical, and geological elements of a particular site. He is involved in the assessment of quality of the reserves and gives advice on the optimal strategies to be applied. Coumnas makes use of a wide variety of tools, both simple and complex and uses the remote sensing equipment to collect data, as well as geographic information systems and modeling software to analyze the data collected. He coordinates the work with other scientists, both in the field and in the lab. He investigates how rocks are formed and what happens to them. He collects geophysical, geochemical, and geological information in the field from seismic and well data and other sources. Being a geoscientist, Harry Coumnas analyzes aerial photographs, well logs, rock samples, and other data sources to locate deposits of natural resources and estimate their size. He has also been involved in the search for and development of natural resources, such as petroleum. He has deep knowledge of materials, processes, and history of the Earth. Regarding the skills he has developed, Harry holds strong numerical and computational skills to handle the large data sets. Besides, he possesses excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to express ideas and findings clearly to produce reports and make presentations.