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B.S., M.S.,  Ph.D.  Candidate


Robert Morgan has more than 15 years of experience in the conceptualization, design and manufacture of experimental testing apparatus for rock deformation properties.  Mr. Morgan has worked in the copper industry studying the solvent extraction of metal using column tests.  He is a specialist in the study of mechanical behavior and fluid flow properties of rock joints.  Morgan’s work has appeared in numerous journals and conferences.  His research interests include computational analysis of rock joint characterization, fluid flow behavior of jointed igneous rocks, groundwater modeling techniques, geology, hydrogeology, hydrology, and seismology.  Mr. Morgan offers expertise is numerical simulations and computer models (including Modflow 96, Modflow 2000, MFI, and GUI).  The subject of his Masters Thesis was the mechanical strength of borehole plugs of concrete and igneous rock (tuff) at Yucca Mountain.  The subject of his doctoral dissertation is experimental and statistical analyses of fluid flow mechanisms through igneous rock fractures.  Mr. Morgan teaches college-level mathematics and engages in active scientific investigations as a Research Assistant.  He is a member of the Society of Mining Engineers.

Mr. Morgan has a Bachelor of Science, Mining Engineering, and Master of Science, Mining Engineering, from the University of Arizona.  Mr. Morgan anticipates receipt of his Ph.D., Geological Engineering, from the University of Arizona sometime in 2007.

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