Clint M. Miller

Ph.D. Candidate


Room Number: 212
512-934-0670
clint.m.miller@rice.edu
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Education

Rice University, Houston, Texas. Ph.D. Geology, Geochemistry (Current)
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. M.S. Geology, Environmental Geochemistry
University of Damascus, Damascus, Syria. Level Three Certificate, Modern Standard Arabic
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. B.S. Geology

Awards & Honors

BP Scholarship Award in Geoscience, 2014
Mills Bennet Fellowship, Rice University,
AAPG Student Chapter President, Rice University, 2012-2014
Chevron Fellow, Rice University, 2012-2013
First Place Research Poster, University Wide Poster Competition, 2010
TxDOT Aggregate Research Consortium Research Grant, 2009
National Science Foundation EAPSI Grant, 2008

Keywords

Oceanography, Geochemistry, Biogeochemistry, Arctic, Environmental

Research

Hello! My name is Clint Miller. I am a geochemist at Rice University working on furthering our understanding of carbon in diverse geologic settings. While a PhD student at Rice I have participated in two primary expeditions:

1. To the Western Pacific Warm Water Pool (Offshore Papua New Guinea), and

2. Head Geochemist, aboard ice breaker Oden to the Arctic East Siberian continental shelf and slope. This Arctic expedition is completely rewriting our understanding of gas hydrates on Arctic slopes.

Selected Publications

Miller, C. M., Dickens, G. R., and Lyons, T.: The Role of Anaerobic Oxidation of Methane in Carbon and Sulfur Cycles - Solid and Dissolved Fluxes from Three Methane Charged Sites. In Prep.

Miller, C. M., Dickens, G. R., Jakobsson, M., Johansson, C, Koshurnikov, A., and O'Regan, M., Extreme Methane Flux – Herald Canyon, East Siberian Arctic Shelf. Cryosphere, In Prep.

Miller, C. M., Dickens, G. R., Jakobsson, M., Johansson, C, Koshurnikov, A., O'Regan, M.,Muschitiello, F., Mörth C., Low methane concentrations in sediment along the continental slope north of Siberia: Inference from pore water geochemistry, Biogeosciences, In Review.

Stranne, C., O'Regan, M., Dickens, G. R., Crill, P., Miller, C., Preto, P., and Jakobsson, M.: Dynamic simulations of potential methane release from East Siberian continental slope sediments, Geochemistry Geophysics
Geosystems, 17, 872-886, 2016.

Miller, C., Little D. N., Bhasin A., Gardner N., and Herbert B.: Surface Energy Characteristics and Impact of Natural Minerals on Aggregate-Bitumen Bond Strengths and Asphalt Mixture Durability. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2267, 45-55, 2012.

Miller, C. M., Vasconcelos, K. L., Little, D. N., & Bhasin, A.: Investigating aspects of aggregate properties that influence asphalt mixtures performance. Research Report for DTFH61-06-C-00021, Texas A & M University at College Station and The University of Texas at Austin, Texas, 2011.