Glenn Sutula, M.S.

  • M.S., Environmental Science Graduate Program, The Ohio State University, 2016
  • B.S., B.A., Mathematics and Environmental Studies, Denison University, 2012
Research Interests: Geospatial analysis; hydrogeologic windows for geothermal resources; application of frames and hypergraphs in linear coding theory
Publications emanating from work in the Energy Sustainability Research Laboratory:
  1. Sutula, G. (2016). “Developing a Framework for the Purposes of Locating Undiscovered Hydrogeologic Windows.” M.S. Thesis. The Ohio State University.
  2. Bielicki, J., Blackwell, D., Harp, D., Karra, S., Kelley, S., Kelley, R., Middleton, R., Person, M., Sutula, G. (2016). “Hydrogeologic Windows and Estimating the Prospectivity of Geothermal Resources.”  Proceedings of the 41st Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford CA, February 22-24, 2016. SGP-TR-209.
  3. Person, M., Kelley, S., Kelley, R., Karra, S., Harp, D., Witcher, J., Bielicki, J.Sutula, G., Middleton, R., Pepin, J. (2015). “Hydrogeologic Windows: Detection of Blind and Traditional Geothermal Play Fairways in Southwestern New Mexico Using Conservative Element Concentrations and Advective-Diffusive Solute Transport.”  39th Geothermal Resources Council,  Annual Meeting. Reno NV. September 20-23. GRC Transactions, 39, 751-759.
Research and Professional Experience:
Denison University Sustainability Department
Americorp VISTA
Licking County Health Department
Ahlum & Arbor
2008-2012 National Merit Scholarship
2008-2012 Paschal Carter Scholarship
2010 Anderson Research Scholarship
Other Interests: Renewable energy technologies, outdoor activities (primarily climbing), computer and board games

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