The Sedimentary Research Group is a collection of faculty and students at Tennessee Tech University working together to understand sedimentary systems.
Planetary Geoscience and Terrestrial Analog Projects – Allison Bohanon, Alexis Bowen, Stone McCoy, Natalie Robbins and Caleb Stuber
Geology of the Fort Payne Formation, Tennessee and Kentucky – Austyn Allen, Mitchell (Jace) Bolix, Jason Gentry, Gabrielle Miller, Alyssa Oldfather
PSM ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATICS PROJECTS:
Natalie Robbins, 2019, Geologic mapping and compositional analysis of terraced fans on Mars using ArcGIS Pro
SENIOR THESIS PROJECTS:
Stone McCoy, 2019, Analysis of the Chattanooga Shale Formation inside the Flynn Creek Crater, Tennessee
Caleb Stuber, 2019, Petrophysical analysis of impact breccia in the Flynn Creek Crater, Jackson County, Tennessee
Zachary Watson, 2018, Gamma ray signature of the contact between the Fort Payne Formation and the Chattanooga Shale
Garrett Winkle, 2018, Wireline Log Signatures in the Fort Payne Formation: Channels and Carbonate Mounds
Robert Casteel, 2017, Terraced Fans on Mars: Analysis of the Dogana Crater Fan
Hunter Whelage, 2017, Terraced Fans on Mars: Analysis of the Coprates Catena Fan
Lansdon Alcorn, 2017, Porosity and Permeability of the Sundance Formation, Northeast Wyoming
Sidney Huskey and Daniel Koehl, 2017, Sedimentology and Stratigraphy of the Fort Payne Formation
Czarinna Clay and Kayla Hillis, 2017, Mississippian Crinoids as Indicators of Paleoflow in the Fort Payne Formation
Interested in working in the Sedimentary Research Lab Group? Send an email to Dr. Wolak at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.