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JACK C. PASHIN


Professor and Devon Petroleum Chair of Basin Research

Office:      103G Noble Research Center
Phone:     1.405.744.5308
Fax:          1.405.744.7841
Email:       jack.pashin@okstate.edu
Ph.D.        1990 University of Kentucky
M.S.          1985 University of Kentucky
B.S.          1982 Bradley University

   

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                                               Sara Callner enjoying a sunny day in the field with Devonian shale.

 

Recent Student Theses
•    Cecil, K. A., 2016, Origin and characteristics of Silurian-Mississippian Novacultic Chert in the southern Midcontinent: Stillwater, Oklahoma State University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 134 p.
•    Jensen, M. W., 2016, Critical evaluation of Middle and Late Pennsylvanian cyclic sedimentation and stratigraphic architecture in the southern Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma: Stillwater, Oklahoma State University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 102 p.
•    Spears, J. D., 2016, Characterization of the Goddard Shale and associated Chesterian strata in the eastern Anadarko Basin: Stillwater, Oklahoma State University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 71 p.
•    Jingyao Meng, 2015, Fracture architecture of the High Plains Aquifer, northeastern Texas Panhandle: Implications for storage of carbon dioxide: Stillwater, Oklahoma State University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 52 p.
•    Thibodeaux, B. J., 2015, Emplacement, burial history, and thermal maturation of giant deformed shale masses in the Conasauga Formation, southern Appalachian thrust belt: Stillwater, Oklahoma State University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 64 p.
•    Powers, M. T., 2015, Exploring micro x-ray computed tomography coupled with scanning electron microscopy as tools for Paleozoic shale studies: Stillwater, Oklahoma State University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 107 p.
•    Folaranmi, A. T., 2015, Geologic characterization of a saline reservoir for carbon sequestration: The Paluxy Formation, Citronelle Dome, Gulf of Mexico Basin, Alabama: Stillwater, Oklahoma State University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 96 p.
•    Callner, S. A, 2014, An integrated approach to understanding sedimentary structures and depositional processes in Devonian-Mississippian black shale: The Woodford Shale and associated strata in the southern Midcontinent: Stillwater, Oklahoma State University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 94 p.
•    Miller, Brett, 2014, Lithologic characterization of the Barnett Shale: Controls on reservoir quality: Stillwater, Oklahoma State University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 112 p.

Current Students
•    Avinash Chandra (M.S.), Southeastern Offshore Regional CO2 Storage Assessment (2016- ).
•    Paul Charbonneau (M.S.), Southeastern Offshore Regional CO2 Storage Assessment (2016- ).
•    Jeffrey Tucker Steen (M.S.), Structural Geometry and Kinematics of the Nemaha Uplift, north-central Oklahoma (2015- ).
•    Justin Spears (M.S.), Stratigraphy and Sedimentology of the Goddard Shale, Southeastern Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma (2015- ).
•    Laurie Whitesell (Ph.D.), A critical assessment of Pennsylvanian stratigraphic architecture and cyclicity in the Cherokee Basin (2015- ), employed by Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
•    Bradley Jackson (M.S.), Quantifying uncontacted heavy oil in low-resistivity, low-contrast glauconitic sandstone: Gilbertown Field, Gulf of Mexico Basin, Alabama (2014- ).
•    Danielle Martin (M.S.), Origin of limestone concretions in Woodford Shale (2014-), McNair Scholar.
•    Christian Obasi (Ph.D.), Boone Pickens School of Geology, NMR Characterization of Shale (2013- ).
•    Mercy Achang (Ph.D.), Controls on permeability in shale (2013- ).
•    Meng Jingyao (Ph.D.), Southeastern Offshore Storage Resource Assessment (2015- ).




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