The University of Texas at Austin
The Jackson School of Geosciences

Collaborators

Our research on structural diagenesis is supported by a number of people in several different institutions and organizations...

Bureau of Economic Geology

Steve Laubach Steve Laubach
Structural Geology
Senior Research Scientist
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Peter Eichhubl Peter Eichhubl
Diagenesis and Mechanics
Research Scientist
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Julia Gale Julia Gale
Structural Geology
Research Associate
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Kitty Milliken Kitty Milliken
Geochemistry and Diagenesis
Senior Research Scientist
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John N. Hooker John N. Hooker
Microstructural Analysis
Research Scientist Associate
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Rob Reed Rob Reed
Microstructural and Cement Imaging
Research Scientist Associate
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Andras Fall Andras Fall
Fluid inclusion analysis
Postdoctoral Fellow
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Department of Geological Sciences

Randy Marrett Randy Marrett
Structural Geology
Professor
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Sergey Fomel Sergey Fomel
Exploration and Computational Geophysics
Research Associate Professor
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Department of Petroleum & Geosystems Engineering

Jon Olson Jon Olson
Geomechanical Modeling
Associate Professor
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Jon Holder Jon Holder
Rock Mechanics Testing
Research Associate
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GEOCOSM and Bureau of Economic Geology

Rob Lander Rob Lander
Diagenetic Modeling
Geocosm and Bureau (Research Fellow)
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Linda Bonnell Linda Bonnell
Diagenesis and Basin Analysis
Geocosm and Bureau (Research Fellow)
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Program Support

Our research on structural diagenesis is supported by Chemical Sciences, Geosciences and Biosciences Division, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy and by the JSG Structural Diagenesis Initiative of the Geology Foundation, John A. and Katherine G. Jackson School of Geosciences.

Research on all aspects of subsurface fractures is supported by Industrial Associates of the Fracture Research and Application Consortium and by Jackson Research Fellowships and private foundations.

If you would like to support the program, contact Steve Laubach.