Collaborators

Bureau of Economic Geology

Stephen E. Laubach | About
Structural Geology; Structural Diagenesis
Senior Research Scientist
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Peter Eichhubl | About
Geochemistry and Mechanics
Senior Research Scientist
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Julia F. W. Gale | About
Structural Geology; Shale fracture initiative
Research Scientist
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András Fall | About
Fluid inclusion Analysis; Hydrothermal laboratory
Research Associate
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Esti Ukar | About
Structural Geology; Carbonate fracture initiative
Research Associate
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Chris Landry | About
Flow Modeling
Postdoctoral Fellow
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Zhiqiang Fan | About
Mechanical Modeling
Postdoctoral Fellow
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Sara Elliot | About
Microstructural and Cement Imaging
Research Scientist Associate
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Xiaofeng Chen | About
Experimental Geomechanics
Postdoctoral Fellow
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Department of Petroleum & Geosystems Engineering

Jon E. Olson | About
Geomechanical Modeling
Professor & PGE Department Chair
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Maša Prodanović | About
Numerical Modeling
Assistant Professor
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Jon Holder
Rock Mechanics Testing
Research Associate
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Department of Geological Sciences

Randy Marrett | About
Structural Geology
Professor
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Sergey Fomel
Exploration and Computational Geophysics
Professor
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GEOCOSM and Bureau of Economic Geology

Rob Lander | About
Diagenetic Modeling
Geocosm and Bureau (Research Fellow)
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Linda Bonnell | About
Diagenesis and Basin Analysis
Geocosm and Bureau (Research Fellow)
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Students & Postdoctoral Fellows

The SDI Thesis and Dissertation page lists current student research topics as well as past graduate student and postdoctoral fellow projects and where students and postdoctoral fellows went after their time in the program.

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.