• STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Michelle Lutiker is a first year doctoral student who was awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship as a senior undergraduate student. She will work with Assistant Professor Natascha Reidinger investigating uranium depletion in organic-rich Devonian-age shale to assist in determining depositional and diagenetic processes at work in ancient North American interior seaways.
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TODD HALIHAN

Hydrogeology of Fractured and Karstic Aquifers, Hydrogeophyics
Professor

Office:      203E Noble Research Center
Phone:    1.405.744.9248
Fax:         1.405.744.7841
Email:       todd.halihan@okstate.edu
Ph.D.        2000 Geology, University of Texas
M.S.         1996 Geology, University of Missouri-Columbia
B.S.          1992 Physics, Monmouth College
P.Gp        California
Professional Driller  - Oklahoma
Divemaster, PADI 
   


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

•    Evaluating NAPL impacted sites integrating hydrogeophysical data
•    Evaluating groundwater/surface water interactions with hydrogeophysics
•    Using transient resistivity to track fluid movement
•    Characterizing permeability in fractured and karstic aquifers
•    Hydraulic testing in fractured aquifers
•    Using outcrop information to interpret hydraulic data



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