Her primary scientific interests are in Carbon sequestration, Aquifer, Groundwater, Petroleum engineering and Mineralogy. She combines subjects such as Hydrology, Permeability, Soil science and Enhanced oil recovery with her study of Carbon sequestration. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Groundwater, Carbonate minerals is strongly linked to Environmental chemistry.
Susan D. Hovorka has researched Petroleum engineering in several fields, including Fossil fuel and Greenhouse gas. The Mineralogy study combines topics in areas such as Plume and Injection well. Her Geochemical modeling research also works with subjects such as
Susan D. Hovorka mostly deals with Petroleum engineering, Carbon sequestration, Aquifer, Geochemistry and Groundwater. Her studies deal with areas such as Fossil fuel, Plume and Greenhouse gas as well as Petroleum engineering. Her Carbon sequestration study combines topics in areas such as Hydrology, Soil science and Borehole.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sedimentary depositional environment and Mineralogy. Her work on Geochemical modeling as part of general Groundwater study is frequently linked to Alkalinity, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Evaporite research incorporates themes from Halite and Anhydrite.
Her main research concerns Petroleum engineering, Carbon sequestration, Enhanced oil recovery, Greenhouse gas and Soil science. A large part of her Petroleum engineering studies is devoted to Residual oil. Susan D. Hovorka integrates many fields, such as Carbon sequestration and Leakage, in her works.
Her Enhanced oil recovery study deals with Fluid dynamics intersecting with Reservoir modeling. Her Greenhouse gas research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Waste management, Fossil fuel, Oil field and Carbon capture and storage. Her Soil science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cabin pressurization, Aquifer and Permeability.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Enhanced oil recovery, Soil science, Carbon sequestration, Fossil fuel and Submarine pipeline. Her Enhanced oil recovery study incorporates themes from Overburden and Mineralogy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plume, Capillary action, Aquifer and Fluvial in addition to Soil science.
Her Aquifer research includes themes of Water quality, Water well and Hydraulic head. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil water, Soil respiration and Permeability. Susan D. Hovorka interconnects Saline aquifer, Nuclear decommissioning, Co2 storage and Scope in the investigation of issues within Fossil fuel.
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Gas-water-rock interactions in Frio Formation following CO2 injection: Implications for the storage of greenhouse gases in sedimentary basins
Y.K. Kharaka;D.R. Cole;Susan D. Hovorka;W.D. Gunter.
Measuring permanence of CO2 storage in saline formations: the Frio experiment
Susan D. Hovorka;Sally M. Benson;Christine Doughty;Barry M. Freifeld.
Environmental Geosciences (2006)
Potential environmental issues of CO2 storage in deep saline aquifers: Geochemical results from the Frio-I Brine Pilot test, Texas, USA
Yousif K. Kharaka;James J. Thordsen;Susan D. Hovorka;H. Seay Nance.
Applied Geochemistry (2009)
CO2–rock–brine interactions in Lower Tuscaloosa Formation at Cranfield CO2 sequestration site, Mississippi, U.S.A.
Jiemin Lu;Yousif K. Kharaka;James J. Thordsen;Juske Horita.
Chemical Geology (2012)
Potential risks to freshwater resources as a result of leakage from CO2 geological storage: a batch-reaction experiment
Jiemin Lu;Judson W. Partin;Susan D. Hovorka;Corinne Wong.
Environmental Earth Sciences (2010)
The U‐tube: A novel system for acquiring borehole fluid samples from a deep geologic CO2 sequestration experiment
Barry M. Freifeld;Robert C. Trautz;Yousif K. Kharaka;Tommy J. Phelps.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Monitoring a large-volume injection at Cranfield, Mississippi—Project design and recommendations
Susan D. Hovorka;Timothy A. Meckel;Ramón H. Treviño.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2013)
Process‐based approach to CO2 leakage detection by vadose zone gas monitoring at geologic CO2 storage sites
K. D. Romanak;P. C. Bennett;Changbing Yang;Susan D. Hovorka.
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
The state of the art in monitoring and verification—Ten years on
Charles Jenkins;Andy Chadwick;Susan D. Hovorka.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2015)
The impact of geological heterogeneity on CO2 storage in brine formations: a case study from the Texas Gulf Coast
Susan D. Hovorka;Christine Doughty;Sally M. Benson;Karsten Pruess.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2004)
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