Dr. Craig received a Ph.D. in Geochemistry from Indiana University and is a highly-accomplished geochemistry editor. He has worked as a field geologist for small and large mineral exploration companies, as a consultant to major oil companies (performing computer simulations of flow/reaction systems), and as the director of Indiana University’s Stable Isotope Research Facility. Dr. Craig is an active member of the International Association of GeoChemistry’s working group on Water-Rock Interaction (WRI). He is the owner of the computer program REACTRAN – a coupled flow/reaction simulator for geochemical systems. As a consultant he has used this program for simulating formation damage due to steam injection in heavy oil deposits, sulfur sequestration in buried strata, the geochemical consequences of underground nuclear waste disposal and the formation of uranium roll front and red-bed copper deposits.
Dr. Craig’s dissertation involved field work, geochemical data interpretation and computer simulations of the Kougarok tin deposit, Alaska, USA. His experience in stable isotope geochemistry includes laboratory work and research involving sulfur isotopes in a variety of minerals and geological settings and oxygen and hydrogen isotopes in igneous systems. He has taught courses in Mineralogy, Petrology and Petrography and has a number of publications in high-impact geochemistry journals.
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