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The Computational Geofluids Lab pursues research at the intersection of geological fluid systems and energy resources, including geologic CO2 sequestration, injection-induced earthquakes, hydrothermal fluid systems, and continental-scale fluid regimes. We specialize in numerical modeling, multi-phase fluid flow, geostatistical methods, and fracture network characterization with terrestrial LiDAR.

Columbia River Basalt Group, Washington

CO2 infiltrating a basalt fracture network.

Gierzynski & Pollyea (2017)

American Geophysical Union, 2016

Ryan M. Pollyea


Principal Investigator

2012 | University of Idaho, PhD

1999 | University of Dayton, BS

Available for technical consulting & expert witness

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