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Welcome Grady!!!

The Computational Geofluids Lab welcomes Graydon "Grady" Konzen as its newest member.  Grady earned his BS in Geology from the University of Dayton Department of Geology, where he studied injection-induced earthquakes in northeast Ohio.  Grady's MS research will be a groundwater modeling project of oilfield wastewater disposal, and the relationship between wastewater density, fluid pressure, and earthquake occurrence.  Grady also worked in geotechnical consulting before arriving at Virginia Tech.

Grady acquiring a soil density measurement at a geotechnical site in Missouri. Image courtesy of Jacobi Geotechnical Engineering.



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