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Charles Nye

Seminar

Charles Nye, M.S.
Research Scientist
University of Wyoming, Center for Economic Geology Research (CEGR)

Rare Earth Element Concentrations in Produced Water: finding patterns at the part-per-trillion level and deciding what those patterns mean
Dr. Katie Smye

Researcher

Dr. Katie Smye
Katie Smye is using subsurface geologic characterization methods to study unconventional tight oil and shale gas formations and formations that receive saltwater disposal from hydraulic fracturing flowback and produced water.
Anatomy of a Paleozoic Basin: The Permian Basin, USA, Volume 2

Publication

Anatomy of a Paleozoic Basin: The Permian Basin, USA, Volume 2

Edited by Stephen C. Ruppel, PhD

Researchers' Corner - Jon Paul Pierre

RESEARCHERS' CORNER: Jon Paul Pierre

Evaluating Environmental Risks to Groundwater-dependent Spring Ecosystems

Jon Paul Pierre discusses research in sustainable water management in the Trans-Pecos region of Texas, a sensitive area where it is particularly important to protect groundwater resources during oil and gas operations.


Store
STARR Workshop
TexNet
Strategic Plan
Annual Report 2017