| ESTELLA ATEKWANA
Department Head, Regents Professor of Geology
Office: 103B Noble Research Center
PhD: 1991 Dalhousie University
• Mercy Achang (PhD, 2015)
Dissertation: Geophysical signatures of microbial biofilms
• Andrew Katumwehe (PhD, 2014)
Dissertation: The role of pre-existing structures in strain localization, rift segmentation and termination in the Albertine and Rhino grabens, Uganda from geophysical and remote sensing data.
• Farag Mewafy (PhD, 2013)
Dissertation: Understanding the spectral induced polarization signatures at hydrocarbon contaminated sites
• Jason Baugh (MS, 2013)
Thesis: Magnetic susceptibility as a proxy for oil bearing shales
• Brittany Ford (MS, 2014)
Thesis: Understanding iron cycling at a hydrocarbon contaminated site: implications for the interpretation of biogeophysical data
• Alan LePera (MS, 2014)
Thesis: An investigation of Giant Dike Swarms: An example from the Okavango Dike Swarm
• Khumo Leseane (MS 2014)
Thesis: The role of Cratons and Precambrian lithospheric heterogeneity in rift initiation and strain localization in the initiation of the Okavango Rift Zone.
• Kitso Matende (MS 2015)
Thesis: Gravity and Magnetic studies of the Luangwa rift, Zambia.
• Daniel Morse (MS, 2013)
Thesis: Investigating magnetic susceptibility signatures across a hydrocarbon contaminated site, Enid, Oklahoma.
• Kat Robertson (MS, 2015)
Thesis: Geophysical studies of the Malawi Rift
• Byron Waltman( MS, 2013)
Thesis: Gravity study of the Mweru Rift, Zambia
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