Geoscience Student Seidel Discusses “Using Mathematics to Investigate Methane Gas Emissions”

Posted on 4/17/2017 11:19:12 AM

Geoscience student Aaron Seidel presented a talk on February 24, 2017, at the Pi Mu Epsilon 2017 Mathematics Conference at Youngstown State University titled “Using Mathematics to Investigate Methane Gas Emissions by Wetlands in Western Pennsylvania.”

Seidel has been working with his advisor, Greg Mount, over the past year using near-surface geophysical techniques and petrophysical modeling to estimate methane gas dynamics at a nearby acid mine drainage treatment site in Tanoma, Pennsylvania. The full abstract can be found in the program for the conference (pdf).

Department of Geoscience