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Past Audrey Odwuor
aao3@rice.edu
Graduated May 2017
Professional Master Student Jinglin Ou Yang
jo23@rice.edu
Fall 2017
Past Emily Paine
emily.c.paine@rice.edu
Graduated May 2016
Past Immaculada Palomeras Torres
Immaculada.Palomeras.Torres@rice.edu
Left Rice in Summer 2015 for Spain
Friend Minglong Pan
Minglong.Pan@rice.edu
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CV
Graduated May 2018
Keywords:

Well Log Interpretation, Oil & Gas, Fine Description, Well Arrangement, Geological Mapping, Seismic Interpretation


Research Summary:

The most recent research that he participated in is "arrangement of well locations" in Maidston, SK, canada. The purpose of this study is by using the collected data from drilling and well logging to analyze the favorable distribution area of oil & gas.

Past Xiaojiao Pang
xiajiao.pang@rice.edu

Postdoctoral Fellow Valerie Payre
Room Number: KWGL 303
713-348-2356
valerie.payre@rice.edu
Google Scholar Link
CV

Keywords:

Planetary Sciences, Mars, Magmatic Processes, Sedimentary Processes, Geochemistry, Experimental Petrology


Professional Master Student Nicole Pham
np31@rice.edu
Fall 2017
PhD Student Patrick Phelps
Room Number: KWGL 325
prp2@rice.edu
Fall 2017
Friend Jeffrey Piccirillo
jfp1@rice.edu
website
Graduated May 2016
Research Summary:

I'm a fourth year undergraduate pursuing a BS in Earth Science, and a minor in Computational and Applied Math. My interests include the applications of information mapping and geospatial visualization to earth science.

Past Mani Pirouzbakht
760-201-6399
mp38@rice.edu
Graduated May 2016
Professional Master Student Will Pollard
wmp4@rice.edu
Fall 2017
Friend Zachary Printz
Zachary.M.Printz@rice.edu
Fall 2015 - Graduated Dec 2016
Friend Jacob Proctor
jmp10@rice.edu
Graduated May 2018
Keywords:

CT scanning, Carbonates, Sedimentology,


Research Summary:

Jacob's research into the Upper Cambrian Microbial reefs outcropping in Mason county Texas, has utilized CT scanning technology to generate mineralogical trends from whole core in the dominate facies. He has additionally pioneered a method that tracks the extent of diagenetic alteration in log form.

PhD Student Lindsay O. Prothro
Room Number: 230A
lindsay.prothro@rice.edu
website
Google Scholar Link
CV

Keywords:

Glacial geology, marine geology, sedimentology, stratigraphy


Research Summary:

My research is motivated by the need for an understanding of complex ice-ocean interactions that influence ice sheet stability. Using detailed sedimentology coupled with high-resolution bathymetric data, I define paleo-environments that are critical in determining timing, rates, style, and processes involved in past ice sheet retreat. My work is centered on Antarctic glacial margins, primarily in the Ross Sea and Marguerite Bay.

Friend Lacey A. Pyle
lacey.a.pyle@rice.edu
website
Google Scholar Link
CV
Graduated Dec 2017
Keywords:

charcoal, black carbon, soils, carbon cycle, fire, pyrogenic carbon


Research Summary:

My research focuses on the effect that wildfire has on both short and long term soil carbon storage, and on how soil properties affect charcoal created during these fires.

Professional Master Student Mallory Ramos
mr58@rice.edu
Fall 2017
Professional Master Student Michael Reed
mr56@rice.edu
Fall 2017
Past Fatma Rekik
fr10@rice.edu
Withdrew
Past Victor Remishevsky
vrem@rice.edu
website

Past Julia Ribeiro
juliaribeiro@rice.edu
website
End Date: 1 March 2017
Research Summary:

My research combines radiogenic isotope and trace element geochemistry, volatile and sulfur isotope analyses in mineral-hosted melt inclusions, petrology, field work (i.e., marine expeditions) and simple geodynamic equations to investigate the geochemical cycles of the deep Earth. In particular, I examine the deep cycles of sulfur and water to investigate whether or not volatiles are lost during subduction or fluxed back from the mantle to the surface through magmatism and degassing. My research also focusses on the petrogenesis of subduction zone magmas, the composition of the fluids released during subduction processes and mantle heterogeneities.

Friend Jackie S. Rios
jsr4@rice.edu
Graduated May 2017
Friend Sean Romito
2813872056
sean.romito@rice.edu
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Graduated Dec 2017
Past Elli Ronay
err2@rice.edu

Research Summary:

Geochemical characterization of ash beds in the Cretaceous Eagle Ford Formation with interest in dissolved ash serving as a biological nutrient.

Adjunct Malcolm I. Ross
+1-713-569-1750
malcolm@rice.edu