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Past Clint M. Miller

Postdoctoral Research Scientist


clint.m.miller@rice.edu
website
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Resume
CV

Keywords:

Oceanography, Geochemistry, Biogeochemistry, Arctic, Environmental


Research Summary:

Hello! My name is Clint Miller. I am a geochemist at Rice University. My research focuses on understanding the biogeochemistry of shallow organic-rich ocean sediments. These sediments undergo complex alteration prior to deep burial. Specific locations of study include Arctic East Siberian continental shelf/slope, offshore Peru, and Sea of Japan.

Adjunct Daniel Minisini

Dottore


832-274-9478
minigeology@gmail.com
website
Google Scholar Link

Keywords:

communication, outreach, k-12, journalism, energy, resources, oil, gas, sedimentology, stratigraphy, marine geology, basin infill, jurassic, cretaceous, quaternary, outcrop, experiments, seismic, geomorphology, interview, geologists, minigeology, mindset


Research Summary:

I seek energy resources. I integrate sedimentology-geochemistry-paleoecology-stratigraphy to understand basin infill histories using cores, outcrops, logs, seismic data, as well as... personal communications.

Past Rebecca Minzoni
rlt1@rice.edu

Brianna Miranda
bmiranda@rice.edu

Friend Shweta Mohandas
sm148@rice.edu
Fall 2019
Friend Cassie Mohkami
cm84@rice.edu
Fall 2019
Adjunct Chin Man W. Mok
cmmok@gsi-net.com
website

Past Andrew J. Moodie
Room Number: KWGL 230B
andrew.moodie@rice.edu
website

Keywords:

sediment transport, geomorphology, stratigraphy, bedforms


Professional Master Student Syed Moosavi
szm1@rice.edu
Fall 2019
Professional Master Student Syed Moosavi
Syed.Moosavi@rice.edu

Eleanor Moreland
morelandellie@rice.edu

Friend Gallagher Morgan
megirish@rice.edu
Graduated
Faculty Julia K. Morgan

Professor


Room Number: KWGL 315
(713) 348-6330
morganj@rice.edu
Google Scholar Link

Keywords:

geomechanics, structural geology, tectonics, discrete element method


Research Summary:

Juli combines geomechanics, structural geology, and discrete numerical modeling in the study of mountain building, volcano deformation and landsliding in marine, terrestrial and planetary systems.

Past Madison Morris
Madison.M.Morris@rice.edu
Fall 2017
Past Cassandra Mosley
csm3@rice.edu
Started Fall 2015
Kelsey Murphy
kam23@rice.edu

Friend Papia Nandi
papia.nandi@rice.edu
Graduated May 2018
Keywords:

Velocity analysis, seismic processing, seismic imaging, seismic interpretation


Research Summary:

My thesis subject is implementing velocity analysis in the surface offset domain. Like other variants of velocity analysis (shot, plane-wave based), I use offsets as an additional dimension to allow the inversion to avoid cycle skipping. This algorithm required developing reverse-time migration (RTM) in the common offset domain, and its extension to a least-squares migration, both currently in preparation for publication.

Past Maryam Nasizadeh
713-377-2821
mn29@rice.edu
website
Resume

Keywords:

Geologist, Geoscientist, Carbonates, Log Analysis, Petrophysics, Geophysics, Mapping, Perta, ArcGIS, PowerLog, Risk Management, Reservoir Modeling


Past Matthew Neal
mn33@rice.edu

Friend Chinh Nguyen
ctn2@rice.edu
Graduated May 2016
PhD Student Luan Nguyen
Room Number: KWGL 320
lcn3@rice.edu
Fall 2016
Past Ben Nguyen

Systems Administrator - Unix/Linux


ben.nguyen@rice.edu

Past Jared Nirenberg
jen2@rice.edu

Faculty Jeff Nittrouer

Assistant Professor


Room Number: 221
+1 (713) 348 4886
nittrouer@rice.edu
website
Google Scholar Link
2012-
Keywords:

geomorphology, sedimentology, stratigraphy, basin analysis, coastal systems


Research Summary:

A geomorphologist, Jeff uses field observations and geophysical modeling to examine dynamics of rivers, deltas, and coastlines, to evaluate morphodynamics and stratigraphy of modern and ancient sedimentary systems.

Faculty Fenglin Niu

Professor


Room Number: KWGL 316
(713)348-4122
niu@rice.edu
website
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Keywords:

Seismology


Research Summary:

Fenglin, a seismologist, is interested in Earth's structure, from the inner core to the crust to sedimentary basins. He is also developing methods to quantify changes in rock properties before and after earthquakes.

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