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Hamilton Goodner

M.S. Student
Primary office:
Lindley Hall
Room 7
University of Kansas
1475 Jayhawk Drive
Lawrence, KS 66045


Summary

Advisor:

Dr. Gene Rankey

Educational Background: 

M.S. Geology candidate, University of Kansas
Thesis Research: Sedimentologic Influences on Pore Evolution and Porosity-Permeability Trends in Oolitic Grainstones.

B.S. Geology, University of Georgia, 2015
Origins of Lake Dal’ny Maar, Uzon Caldera, Russia

Research Interests:

Integrating petrographic and petrophysical analyses to better understand carbonate pore networks and hydrocarbon potential. Seismic interpretation and seismic attribute analysis for facies delineation and hydrocarbon prospecting.

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