Groundwater Hydrogeology & Geologic fluids Group focuses on environmental, climate change, and energy related research such as geologic CO2 sequestration, groundwater hydrology, and geothermal energy development with an emphasis in multi-phase phenomena, reactive transport modeling, and heat transport. The methods we prefer range widely, from analytical and numerical approaches to field applications. Thus, research includes interdisciplinary approaches, integrating elements of groundwater hydrology, hydrogeochemistry, geology, thermodynamics, and petroleum engineering.

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser, Utah: one of CO2-driven cold-water geysers

 

 

One Research Assistantship is available beginning at Spring 2014

 

"Students interested in undergraduate and graduate (MS or Ph.D) studies are encouraged to contact Weon Shik Han (hanw@uwm.edu)."

 

 

 

  Department of Geosciences

  University of Wisconsin-Milwakukee

P.O. Box 413, Lapham Hall 366

Milwaukee, WI 53101