Dissertation

Many Friends and Colleagues Have Asked

Right after the answer to the question “So, what is your PhD in?”, I very often get the polite response “Really?! Your dissertation must be fascinating…”.

While I am sure that all of the other Nuclear Geochemists around the world (I wonder how many of us there really are…) must also get the same rapturous response, I have decided that I will certainly not be the one remiss, and am posting my dissertation for all to see (or at least those I send an invite to).

If you have any questions or suggestions for improvement, I would love to hear them. Really. No, seriously, I really would…

mammoth mine view c1900 ug-cropped
Mammoth Mine, near Marysvale UT, c1900

Hydrologic, Thermal, and Chemical Processes Related to Fracture Controlled Hydrothermal Water-Rock Interaction
Michael Edward Shea
Dissertation

University of Chicago
June 1998

Frontice

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Geologic Setting

Chapter 3: Analytical Results

Chapter 4, Part 1: Modeling and Discussion

Chapter 4, Part 2: Modeling and Discussion

Chapter 4, Part 3: Modeling and Discussion

Chapter 4, Part 4: Modeling and Discussion

Chapter 4: Color Figures

Chapter 5: Application of Results

References

Appendix A

Appendix B

Appendix C


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