The Computational Geofluids Lab travelled to Washington D.C. for the annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. As we have come to expect, the AGU meeting was enormous with over 20,000 geoscientists converging on Washington to share their research. We had a great time seeing the latest research advances in geologic fluid systems, promoting our own contributions, and visiting with friends. Both Wu Hao and Richard Jayne presented their latest work in the area of geologic carbon sequestration, and I introduced our latest study on the effects of fluid composition during oilfield wastewater disposal. If you are interested in our work, please reach out through the Contact Me section of the website or contact Rick or Wu Hao directly:
Wu, H., Jayne, R.S., and Pollyea, R.M. 2018. Quantifying permeability alteration effects to CO2 storage potential in a basalt fracture network, Abstract S51F-1615, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10–14 December, Washington D.C.
Jayne, R.S., Pollyea, R.M., and Zhang, Y. 2018. Non-isothermal effects of a CO2 injection into a geologic reservoir, Abstract MR53A-2760, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10–14 December, Washington D.C.
Pollyea, R.M., Jayne, R.S., and Wu, H. 2018. Considering the effects of fluid composition during oilfield wastewater disposal, Abstract S22A-08, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10–14 December, Washington D.C.
The poster hall on Tuesday, December 11.