Former Students and their Theses
TH13. Katharine L. Ricke (2011). Characterizing Impacts and Implications of Proposals for Solar Radiation Management, a Form of Climate Engineering. Department of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University. (PDF)
TH12. Ganesh Dolumweerawatta Gamage (2011). Assessing the Effectiveness of Wind Power and Cogeneration for Carbon Management of Electric Power Systems. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Calgary. (PDF)
TH11. Mehdi Zeidouni (2011). Analytical and Inverse Models for Leakage Characterization of CO2 Storage. Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Calgary. (PDF)
TH10. Geoff Holmes (2010). A Carbon Dioxide Absorption Performance Evaluation For Capture From Ambient Air. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Calgary.
TH9. Sarah M. Jordaan (2010). The land use footprint of energy extraction in Alberta. Faculty of Environmental Design, University of Calgary. (PDF)
TH8. Eduard Cubi Montanya (2009). Performance of Underfloor Air Distribution Systems. Temperature Stratification and Ventilation Effectiveness in the Child Development Centre. Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engieering, University of Calgary. (PDF)
TH7. Juan Moreno-Cruz (2009). Essays on the Economics of Geoengineering. Department of Economics, University of Calgary. (PDF)
TH5. Joshuah Stolaroff (2006).
Capturing CO2 from ambient air: A feasibility assessment. Civil and environmental engineering and Engineering and public policy, Carnegie Mellon. (PDF)
TH4. Hassan Hassanzadeh (2006). Simulation of convective mixing in porous media for geologic storage of CO2. Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Calgary. (PDF)
TH3. Joseph DeCarolis (2004).
The Economics and Environmental Impacts of Large-Scale Wind Power in a Carbon Constrained World. Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon. (PDF)
TH2. Elizabeth Wilson (2004).
Managing the Risks of Geologic Carbon Sequestration: A Regulatory and Legal Analysis. Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon. (PDF)
TH1. Timothy Johnson (2002).
Electricity Without Carbon Dioxide: Assessing the Role of Carbon Capture and Sequestration in US Electric Markets. Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon. (PDF)