Room Number: 230A
|Professional Master Student||Yue
Polly, GIS, Data Visualization, Geology, Geophysics, Oil and Gas, Energy, Seismic Interpretation, Petrel, China, Deep Water, Fractures, Unconventional
Room Number: 321
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Stable isotopes, clumped isotopes, atmospheric chemistry, chemical oceanography, oxygen
Laurence is an expert on clumped isotope geochemistry and mass spectrometry, using these tools to explore the mechanisms and timescales of atmospheric mixing, ocean-atmosphere exchange, and biogeochemical processes.
Room Number: 325
Mantle Geochemistry, Isotopes, Anatexis
I am working on the Cenozoic basalts from eastern China and peritectic garnet from southeastern Spain.
|Professional Master Student||Wenshan
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seismology, inverse methods, near-surface geophysics
Colin is an applied seismologist who develops modeling and inverse methods for controlled-source seismic data, focused primarily on near-surface environmental and engineering studies, but also interested in exploration and tectonic studies.
Room Number: 232A
1. Investigated oblique spreading of mid-ocean ridges by building quantitative models from paleomagnetic records. Analyze plume effect on mid-ocean ridges and tectonic stress field.
2. Conducted structural modeling of North America and South America plate, applied thin viscous sheet models, estimated stress and strain rate, and investigated deformation of oceanic lithosphere in the diffuse plate boundaries.
geophysics, seismology, crust and lithosphere
|Professional Master Student||Bijia
Marine Micropaleontology, Geological Modeling, Seismic Interpretation,Exploration & Production, Energy Policy
|Professional Master Student||Harlan
GIS, Seismic Interpretation, Well logging, Sedimentology, Unconventional Reservoir
|Professional Master Student||Zuyue
|Professional Master Student||Yu
|Professional Master Student||Nancy
Sedimentology, Geologic Mapping, Seismic Interpretation, Well Log Interpretation, Oil & Gas， Unconventional Reservoirs
Study of a series of areas, including the initial beds that are overlying an Upper Cambrian microbial reef unit (Wilberns Formation) in Mason County, Central Texas. The main objective of the study is to determine the nature and diagenesis of the carbonate deposits (San Saba member) and interpret the overall depositional environment and diagenetic pathways.
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