Ann Cook

Associate Professor
Regular Faculty

Much is unknown about natural gas hydrates; my current research focuses on understanding the dimensions, features, and overall resource potential of the gas hydrate reservoir. Primarily, I use borehole logs and images to study gas hydrates. I integrate logging data with seismic surveys and core data and use different types of mathematical models to gain insight into the gas hydrate reservoir. I am also interested in geologic CO2 sequestration, shale gas, and the petroleum industry.

Areas of Expertise
  • Geophysics
  • Petrophysics
  • Marine Geology
  • Ph.D. Columbia University 2010

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