Born in Baghdad, Iraq
Married to Dr. Ghassan Al-Eqabi, three children (Safa, Mohammad, and Amir)
Came to United States in 1986
Ph.D, (Geophysics), St. Louis University, 1996
M.S (Geology), University of Baghdad, Iraq, 1982
B.Sc. (Geology), University of Baghdad, Iraq, 1979
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Washington University, 1997-Present
Postdoctoral Research Scientist, St. Louis University, 1996-1997
Graduate Research Assistant, St. Louis University, 1990-1996
Teacher Assistant, University of Baghdad, Dept. of Geology, Baghdad, Iraq, 1983-1986
Earth's anelastic Structure, Lg Coda Q Tomography, Earthquake Source Quantification, Attenuation and Propagation of Seismic Wave, and Educational Animation of Wave Propagation, in (seismology).
Baqer, S. A. and M. E. Wysession, Visualizing Seismic Wave Propagation, IRIS workshop, 1999. (Abstract)
Baqer, S. A and B. J. Mitchell, Regional Variation of Lg Coda Q in the Continental United States and its Relation to Crustal Structure and Evolution, Pure and appl. geophys., 153, 613-638, 1998. This figure showing the distribution of Lg coda Q at 1 Hz for the conterminous United States.
Mitchell, B. J. and S. Baqer, Lg Coda Q in Australia and its Relation to Crustal Structure and Evolution, Pure and appl. geophys., 153, 639-653, 1998.
Baqer, S. A. and B. J. Mitchell, Lg Wave Excitation and Propagation from U.S. Earthquakes, Seism. Res. Lttrs. 68, p. 328, 1997. (Abstract)
Mitchell, B. J., J. Xie and S. A. Baqer, Lg Excitation, Attenuation and Source Spectral Scaling in Central and Eastern North America, Technical Progress Report NRC-04094-078, 11p., 1996.
Baqer, S. A. and B. J. Mitchell, A Tomographic Study of Lg coda Q and its Regional Variation across the Western United States, Seism. Res. Lttrs. 67, p.31, 1996. (Abstract)