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					                                          Peter Eichhubl
                                        Professional Summary
                                          November 3, 2008

Business address:              The University of Texas at Austin
                               Bureau of Economic Geology
                               University Station, Box X
                               Austin, Texas 78713-8924

E-mail address:                peter.eichhubl@beg.utexas.edu

Academic Background
   M.S. Geology, University of Vienna, Austria, June 1989
   Ph.D. Geology, University of California, Santa Barbara, September 1997

Areas of Expertise
   A. Fault and fracture mechanics.
   B. Diagenesis and low-temperature geochemistry.
   C. Fluid flow and transfer processes in sedimentary basins.

Professional Work Experience
   A. Present Position: Research Scientist, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at
      Austin (January 2006 - Present).



   B. Assistant Professor of Geology, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi (August 2004 - December
      2005).



   C. Research Associate, Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Stanford University
      (August 2001 - August 2004).



   D. Postdoctoral Fellow, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Moss Landing, California
      (October 1998 - July 2001).



   E. Postdoctoral Researcher and Visiting Scientist, Department of Geological and Environmental
      Sciences, Stanford University (October 1997 - July 2001).



   F. Visiting Lecturer in Geology, University of Vienna, Austria (January 1995 - October 1997).



   G. Teaching and Research Assistant, Department of Geological Sciences, University of California,
      Santa Barbara (September 1990 - June 1997).
   H. Teaching Assistant, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Vienna, Austria (June 1990
      - July 1990).



   I.   Mapping Geologist, OMV Austria (summer internship) (July 1985 - September 1985).



Professional Societies
   American Association of Petroleum Geologists
   American Geophysical Union
   Geological Society of America
   Geological Society of London
   SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)
   Society of Petroleum Engineers

Awards and Honorary Societies
   Postdoctoral Fellowship, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, 1998 - 2001
   G. K. Gilbert Award, Department of Geological Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara,
      1996 - 1997
   Outstanding Student Research Award, Geological Society of America, 1992
   Department Regents Fellowship, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1991
   Recognition of Achievement, Amoco Production Corporation, 1991

Committee Responsibilities and Professional Activities
   Co-Presider, Brittle Deformation and Diagenesis as Coupled Processes Session, 2008 Joint Annual
   Meeting, Geological Society of America, GCAGS,October, 2008
   Session chair, Clastic Diagenesis Research Group Meeting, San Antonio, SEPM (Society for
   Sedimentary Geology)April, 2008
   Session chair, Recent Advances in Structural Geology, 2008 American Association of Petroleum
   Geologists Annual Convention, San AntonioApril, 2008
   Session Convenor, Chair, Recent Advances in Structural Geology, American Association of
   Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, 2008
   Session Convenor, Chair, SEPM Clastic Diagenesis Research Group Meeting, American Association
   of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, 2008
   Chair, Website Committee, Bureau of Economic Geology, 2007
   Chair, Publications Council, Bureau of Economic Geology, 2007 - present
   Chair, Publications Council, Bureau of Economic Geology, 2007 - present
   Member, Editorial Board, Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences, 2007 - present
   Member, Laboratory Space Committee, Bureau of Economic Geology, 2007
   Member, Editorial Board, Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences, 2007 - present
   Member, Search Committee, Core, Mantle, Crust Theme Hires, Jackson School of Geosciences,
   2007 - present


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   Member, Core-Mantle-Crust Theme Hire Search Committee, Jackson School of Geosciences, 2007 -
   present
   Session chair, Fall Meeting Session T15: Deformation of Sediment aned Sedimentary Rock at Scales
   from Grains to Basins: Field and Laboratory Observations, Theoretical and Numerical Models,
   American Geophysical Union, 2007
   Session Convenor and Chair, Faults as Seals and Flow Conduits: Fundamental Processes,
   Predictions and Applications, 2007 American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting,
   Long Beach, California, 2007
   Session Convenor, Chair, Fall Meeting Session T15: Deformation of Sediment and Sedimentary Rock
   at Scales from Grains to Basins: Field and Laboratory Observations, Theoretical and Numerical
   Models, American Geophysical Union, 2007
   Associate Editor, Bulletin, Geological Society of America, 2006 - 2009
   Chair, Graduate Support Committee, Jackson School of Geosciences, 2006 - present
   Member, Program Committee, American Association of Petroleum Geologists Hedberg Conference,
   2004
   Member, Corpus Christi, PhD Faculty Membership Committee, Texas A&M University, 2004 - 2005
   Web Manager, Corpus Christi Geology Program, Texas A&M University, 2004 - 2005
   Session Convener, Chair, Pacific Section Annual Convention, Long Beach, California: The California
   Continental Margin: Active Tectonics, Structural Evolution, and Fluid Flow, American Association of
   Petroleum Geologists, 2003
   Session Convener, Chair, Fall Meeting: Session T12G: Fluids and Faulting: Cause and Effect,
   American Geophysical Union, 2002
   Session Convener, Chair, Fall Meeting: Session T22A: Role of Mass and Heat Transfer in Rock
   Fracturing, American Geophysical Union, 2001
   Participant, Scientific Cruise Ship, MBARI Santa Barbara Basin, 2000
   Co-Chair and Contributor to Final Report, Work Group, University of California Energy Institute
   Workshop on Fluid Seeps at Active Continental Margins, University of California, Santa Cruz/MBARI,
   1999
   Participant, Scientific Cruise Ship, MBARI/USGS southern California, 1999
   Participant, Scientific Cruise Ship, MBARI Santa Barbara Basin, 1998
   Session Convener, Chair, Pacific Section Annual Convention: Complex Reservoirs—Tools for
   Description and Case Studies, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1998
   Editor, Special Publication, Volume 83, SEPM Pacific Section, 1997
   Member, Graduate Student Award Committee, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1994 - 1995
   Member, Construction Planning Committee, University of Vienna, Austria, 1989

Publications
   Books, Manuals

   Eichhubl, Peter, ed., 1998, Diagenesis, deformation, and fluid flow in the Miocene Monterey
       Formation of coastal California: SEPM Pacific Section Special Publication, v. 83, 98 p.

   Guidebooks

   Eichhubl, P., and Flodin, E., 2007, Brittle deformation, fluid flow, and diagenesis in an exhumed
       analog of a sandstone reservoir, Valley of Fire State park, Nevada: FRAC Research Meeting, Las
       Vegas, Nevada, October 15-17, 2007,: FRAC Research Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, October
       15–17 37 p.


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   Eichhubl, P., and Flodin, E., 2005, Brittle deformation, fluid flow, and diagenesis in sandstone at
       Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada, in Pederson, J., and Dehler, C. M., eds., Interior western
       United States: Geological Society of America Field Guides, p. 151–167.
   Eichhubl, Peter, 2004, Field trip to the San Andreas fault and related structures at Point Reyes
       Peninsula, California, in Proceedings of the 2004 Stanford Rock Fracture Project: Stanford
       University California, 23 p.
   Eichhubl, P., Muller, J., and Aydin, A., 2003, Deformation structures in poorly consolidated sediments
       in a compressional setting, northern California, in Proceedings of the 2003 Stanford Rock
       Fracture Project: Stanford University 35 p.
   Aydin, A., Muller, J., Bergbauer, S., Eichhubl, P., and Du Bernard Rochy, X., 2002, Fractures and
      faults in basaltic volcanic and granitic intrusive rocks, Donner Pass, Sierra Nevada: Proceedings
      of the 2002 Stanford Rock Fracture Project: 35 p.
   Aydin, A., Davatzes, N., and Eichhubl, P., 2001, Fractures and faults in sandstone—Moab revisited:
      proceedings, Stanford Rock Fracture Project: Stanford University 70 p.
   Aydin, A., Eichhubl, P., Girbacea, R., Jacobs, J., Pollard, D., and Taylor, W. L., 1998, Recently active
      segments of the San Andreas Fault and structural heterogeneities and fluid flow in outcrops of
      Laguna and Pescadero Beach: Proceedings, Stanford Rock Fracture Project: Stanford University
      60 p.
   Eichhubl, Peter, and Behl, R. J., 1998, Field guide to "Diagenesis, deformation, and fluid flow in the
       Miocene     Monterey     Formation":     Ventura—Santa      Barbara—Jalama       Beach—Grefco
       Quarry/Lompoc, in in Eichhubl, P., ed., Diagenesis, deformation, and fluid flow in the Miocene
       Monterey Formation of coastal California: SEPM Pacific Section Special Publication, p. 85–98.

Articles
      Peer Reviewed
      Appold, M. S., Garven, G., Boles, J. R., and Eichhubl, P., 2007, Numerical modeling of the origin of
        calcite mineralization in the Refugio-Carneros fault, Santa Barbara Basin, California: Geofluids,
        v. 7, p. 79–95.
      Naehr, T. H., Eichhubl, P., Orphan, V. J., Hovland, M., Paull, C. K., Ussler, W. III, Lorenson, T. D.,
        and Greene, H. G., 2007, Authigenic carbonate formation at hydrocarbon seeps in continental
        margin sediments: a comparative study: Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in
        Oceanography, v. 54, no. 11–13, p. 1268–1291.
      Greene, H. G., Murai, L. Y., Watts, P., Maher, N. A., Fisher, M. A., Paull, C. E., and Eichhubl, P.,
        2006, Submarine landslides in the Santa Barbara Channel as potential tsunami sources, in
        Tsunami hazard from slope instability: Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, v. 6, p. 63–
        88.
      Aydin, A., Borja, R. I., and Eichhubl, Peter, 2006, Geological and mathematical framework for
        failure modes in granular rock. Journal of Structural Geology, vol. 28, no. 1, p. 83–98.
      Davatzes, N. C., Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2005, Structural evolution of fault zones in
        sandstone by multiple deformation mechanisms: Moab fault, SE Utah: Geological Society of
        America Bulletin, v. 117, no. 1/2, p. 135–148.
      Eichhubl, Peter, D'Onfro, P., Aydin, A., Waters, J., and McCarty, D. K., 2005, Structure,
         petrophysics, and diagenesis of shale entrained along a normal fault, Black Diamond Mines,
         California—implications for fault seal: AAPG Bulletin, v. 89, no. 9, p. 1113–1137.
      Eichhubl, Peter, 2004, Growth of ductile opening-mode fractures in geomaterials, in Cosgrove, J.
         W., and Engelder, T., eds., The initiation, propagation, and arrest of joints and other fractures:
         interpretations based on field observations: Geological Society of London Special Publication, v.
         231, p. 11–24.
      Boles, J. R., Eichhubl, Peter, Garven, G., and Chen, J., 2004, Evolution of a hydrocarbon migration
        pathway along basin-bounding faults: evidence from fault cement: AAPG Bulletin, v. 88, no. 7,
        p. 947–970.
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  Eichhubl, Peter, Taylor, W. L., Pollard, D. D., and Aydin, A., 2004, Paleo-fluid flow and deformation
     in the Aztec Sandstone at the Valley of Fire, Nevada—evidence for the coupling of
     hydrogeologic, diagenetic, and tectonic processes: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v.
     116, no. 9, p. 1120–1136.
  Davatzes, N. C., Aydin, A., and Eichhubl, Peter, 2003, Overprinting faulting mechanisms during the
    development of multiple fault sets in sandstone, Chimney Rock fault array, Utah, USA:
    Tectonophysics, v. 363, no. 1-2, p. 1–18.
  Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2003, Ductile opening-mode fracture by pore growth and
     coalescence during combustion alteration of siliceous mudstone: Journal of Structural Geology,
     v. 25, no. 1, p. 121–134.
  Du Bernard, X., Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2002, Dilation bands: a new form of localized
    failure in granular media: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 29, no. 24, 10.1029/2002GL015966.
  Lore, J., Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2002, Alteration and fracturing of siliceous mudstone
     during in situ combustion, Orcutt field, California: Journal of Petroleum Science and
     Engineering, v. 36, no. 3-4, p. 169–182.
  Eichhubl, Peter, Greene, H. G., and Maher, N., 2002, Physiography of an active transpressive
     margin basin: high-resolution bathymetry of the Santa Barbara basin, Southern California
     continental borderland: Marine Geology, v. 184, no. 1/2, p. 95–120.
  Eichhubl, Peter, Aydin, A., and Lore, J., 2001, Opening-mode fracture in siliceous mudstone at
     high homologous temperature―effect of surface forces: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 28,
     no. 7, p. 1299–1302.
  Eichhubl, Peter, Greene, H. G., Naehr, T., and Maher, N., 2000, Structural control of fluid flow:
     offshore fluid seepage in the Santa Barbara basin, California: Journal of Geochemical
     Exploration, v. 69-70, p. 545–549.
  Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 2000, Rates of fluid flow in fault systems—evidence for episodic
     fluid flow in the Miocene Monterey Formation, coastal California: American Journal of Science,
     v. 300, no. 7, p. 571–600.
  Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 2000, Focused fluid flow along faults in the Monterey Formation,
     coastal California: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 112, no. 11, p. 1667–1679.
  Eichhubl, Peter, and Behl, R. J., 1998, Diagenesis, deformation, and fluid flow in the Miocene
     Monterey Formation of coastal California, in Eichhubl, P., ed., Diagenesis, deformation, and
     fluid flow in the Miocene Monterey Formation of coastal California: SEPM Pacific Section
     Special Publication, v. 83, p. 5–13.

  Non-Peer-Reviewed
  Laubach, S. E., Olson, J. E., Eichhubl, P., and Lander, R. H., 2006, Accurate and verifiable
    interwellbore fracture attribute predictions, in Proceedings, European Association of
    Geoscientists & Engineers, 68th EAGE Conference & Exhibition, June 12–15, Vienna, Austria,
    CD-ROM [4 p.].
  Eichhubl, Peter, and Flodin, E., 2005, Brittle deformation, fluid flow, and diagenesis in sandstone at
     Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada, in Pederson, J., and Dehler, C. M., eds., Interior Western
     United States: Geological Society of America Field Guides, vol. 6, p. 151-167, doi:
     10.1130/2005.fld006(07).
  Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 1998, Vein formation in relation to burial diagenesis in the
     Miocene Monterey Formation, Arroyo Burro Beach, Santa Barbara, California, in Eichhubl, P.,
     ed., Diagenesis, deformation, and fluid flow in the Miocene Monterey Formation of coastal
     California: SEPM Pacific Section Special Publication, v. 83, p. 15–36.
  Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 1997, Scale and dynamics of fracture-related fluid flow in the
     Miocene Monterey Formation, coastal California, in Hendry, J., Carey, P., Parnell, J., Ruffell, A.,
     and Worden, R., eds., Proceedings, Geofluids II, Belfast, Queen's University, p. 81–84.

Abstracts
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Becker, S. P., Eichhubl, Peter, Laubach, S. E., and Bodnar, R. J., 2008, Fluid inclusion evidence of
   overpressure throughout a ~42 m.y. history of fracture opening in the Travis Peak Formation, East
   Texas Basin (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 40.
Becker, S. P., Laubach, S. E., Eichhubl, Peter, Reed, R. M., and Lander, R. H., 2008, Fluid inclusion
   constraints from the opening history of fractures in tight gas sandstone reservoirs (abs.): AAPG
   2008 Annual Convention and Exhibition Abstracts Volume, v. 17, p. 15.
Eichhubl, Peter, 2008, Two types of compaction bands in Aztec Sandstone at Valley of Fire, NV
    (abs.): Eos, v. 88, no. 52, Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract T43E-02.
Becker, S. P., Eichhubl, Peter, Laubach, S. E., Reed, R. M., and Lander, R. H., 2008, Fluid inclusion
   evidence for an extended opening history of fractures in quartz cemented sandstone reservoirs, in
   Belkin, H. E., ed., PACROFIIX: Ninth Pan-American Conference on Research on Fluid Inclusions,
   Reston, Virginia, June 2–5, p. 5.
Laubach, S. E., Milliken, K. L., Eichhubl, Peter, Lander, R., Bonnell, L., Olson, J., and Thomas,
   Andrew, 2008, Structural diagenesis: the integration of structural geology and diagenesis (abs.):
   AAPG 2008 Annual Convention and Exhibition Abstracts Volume, v. 17, p. 116.
Appold, Martin, Garven, Grant, Boles, J. R., and Eichhubl, Peter, 2007, Numerical modeling analysis
   of the role of episodic fault overpressuring and rupture in methane transport and massive calcite
   cementation in the Santa Barbara Basin, California (abs.): American Association of Petroleum
   Geologists Annual Convention Abstracts Volume, v. 16, p. 5.
Diaz Tushman, Kira, Laubach, S. E., Marrett, R., Eichhubl, P., and Wawrzyniec, Tim, 2007,
    Diagenetic controls on fracture size scaling and fracture porosity evolution, Cambrian Eriboll
    Group Sandstone, NW Scotland: implications for distributed brittle deformation and fluid flow in
    the continental lithosphere (abs.), in Programme with abstracts: Continental Tectonics and
    Mountain Building Ullapool 12–19 May: Geological Society of London, The Peach and Horne
    Meeting, unpaginated.
Eichhubl, P., 2007, Orientation of compaction-dominated deformation bands in Aztec Sandstone at
    Valley of Fire, Nevada, USA (abs.): European Geosciences Union-Geophysical Research
    Abstracts, v. 9, 04717.
Eichhubl, P., 2007, Orientation of compaction-dominated deformation bands in Aztec Sandstone at
    Valley of Fire, Nevada, USA (abs.): European Geosciences Union-Geophysical Research
    Abstracts, v. 9, 04717.
Eichhubl, Peter, 2007, Compaction localization—rule or exception during sandstone burial? (abs.):
    American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention Abstracts Volume, v. 16, p. 42.
Laubach, S. E., Lander, R., Wilson, C. R., Ozkan, A., Olson, J. E., Bonnell, L. M., Gale, J. F. W., and
   Eichhubl, P., 2006, Fracture opening, burial diagenesis, and fracture sealing as linked processes
   controlling permeability in Upper Cretaceous Mesaverde Group sandstones, Piceance Basin,
   Colorado (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 38, no. 7, p. 26.
Laubach, S. E., Olson, J., Eichhubl, P., and Lander, R., 2006, Accurate and verifiable interwellbore
   fracture attribute predictions (abs.), in 68th EAGE Conference and Exhibition extended abstracts
   and exhibitors' catalogue, Abstract E041.
Eichhubl, P., Aydin, A., Lander, R. H., Laubach, S. E., Reed, R. M., Boles, J. R., and Du Bernard, X.,
    2006, Deformation band formation as coupled mechanical and chemical processes (abs.): EOS,
    v. 87, no. 52, Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract T43A-1634.
Appold, M. S., Garven, G., Boles, J. R., and Eichhubl, P., 2005, Numerical reactive transport modeling
   of the effects of leakage of methane-rich fluids along the Refugio-Carneros Fault in the Santa
   Barbara Basin (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 37, no. 4 p. 61.
Appold, M. S., Garven, G., Boles, J. R., and Eichhubl, P., 2005, Numerical reactive transport modeling
   of the effects of leakage of methane-rich fluids along the Refugio-Carneros fault in the Santa
   Barbara Basin (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 37, no. 4, p. 61,
   Abstract 19-5.


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Appold, M. S., Garven, G., Boles, J. R., and Eichhubl, Peter, 2004, Reactive transport modeling of the
   role of methane-rich fluids in mineralization of the Refugio-Carneros Fault, Santa Barbara Basin,
   California (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 36, no. 5, p. 325,
   Abstract 135-9.
Appold, M. S., Garven, G., Boles, J. R., and Eichhubl, Peter, 2004, Numerical modeling of the flow
   and reaction of methane-rich fluids in Tertiary hydrocarbon fields of the Santa Barbara Basin,
   offshore California (abs.): EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, v. 85, no. 17,
   Joint Assembly Supplement, Abstract H23B-18.
Aydin, A., and Eichhubl, Peter, 2004, Deformation structures in poorly consolidated clastic sediments
   of varying grain size (abs.): American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention
   Abstracts Volume, v. 13, p. A8.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2004, Deformation structures in poorly consolidated clastic sediments
    of varying grain size (abs.): EOS Transactions of the the American Geophysical Union, v. 85, no.
    47, Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract T41-1304.
Naehr, T., Eichhubl, Peter, MacDonald, I. R., Paull, C. K., and Orphan, V. J., 2004, Authigenic mineral
   precipitation at cold seeps in continental margin sediments—a comparative study (abs.): EOS
   Transactions of the the American Geophysical Union, v. 85, no. 47, Fall Meeting Supplement,
   Abstract OS21A-1203.
Eichhubl, P., and Aydin, A., 2004, Deformation structures in poorly consolidated clastic sediments of
    varying grain size (abs.): EOS, v. 85, no. 47, Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract T41F-1304.
Naehr, T. H., Eichhubl, P., MacDonald, I. R., Paull, C. K., and Orphan, V. J., 2004, Authigenic mineral
   precipitation at cold seeps in continental margin sediments—a comparative study: EOS, v. 85, no.
   47, Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract OS21A-1203.
Eichhubl, Peter, Taylor, W. L., Pollard, D. D., and Aydin, A., 2003, Structural and stratigraphic control
    on migration pathways in Jurassic Aztec Sandstone at the Valley of Fire, Nevada (abs.):
    American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention Abstracts Volume, v. 13, p.
    A40.
Eichhubl, Peter, 2003, Mechanisms of hydrodynamic fault rock fluidization and liquifaction and their
    effects on fault strength evolution (abs.): EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union,
    v. 84, no. 46, Fall Meeting Supplement, p. F1098, Abstract S42C-0182.
Eichhubl, Peter, Taylor, W. L., Pollard, D. D., and Aydin, A., 2003, Effects of structural and
    depositional heterogeneities on fluid flow in an exhumed sandstone aquifer: the Aztec Sandstone
    at the Valley of Fire, Nevada (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v.
    35, no. 6, p. 55.
Eichhubl, Peter, 2003, Fracture formation in response to chemical alteration in Monterey-type
    siliceous mudstone (abs.), in Pacific Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists—
    Western Region SPE Conference Program and Abstracts, p. 63.
Davatzes, N. C., Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2003, Fault seal and conduit dichotomy: impact of
   deformation mechanism and fault geometry (abs.): American Association of Petroleum Geologists
   Annual Convention Official Program, v. 12, p. A36.
Sternlof, K., Flodin, E., Eichhubl, Peter, Aydin, A., and Pollard, D. D., 2003, Structural heterogeneities
    and paleo-fluid flow in an analog sandstone reservoir (abs.): American Association of Petroleum
    Geologists Annual Convention Official Program, v. 12, p. A163.
Du Bernard, X., Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2003, Three types of deformation bands and their
   micromechanics in sandstone (abs.): Geophysical Research Abstracts, v. 5, 08276.
Eichhubl, Peter, Davatzes, N. C., and Aydin, A., 2002, Structurally controlled fluid flow and diagenesis
    along the Moab fault, SE Utah: organic-inorganic interactions and their effects on fault
    cementation: Supplement to EOS, v. 83, no. 47, Abstract T12G-03.
Eichhubl, Peter, Davatzes, N. C., and Aydin, A., 2002, Diagenetic sealing of fault-controlled
    hydrocarbon migration pathways: the Moab fault, SE Utah (abs.), in 18th General Meeting of the
    International Mineralogical Association, Edinburgh, Scotland, Programme with Abstracts, p. 301.


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Eichhubl, Peter, D'Onfro, P., Aydin, A., Waters, J., and Gerdes, M., 2002, Deformation and alteration
    of shale in fault zones: an example from the Black Diamond Mines, California (abs.): American
    Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention Official Program, v. 11, p. A49.
Du Bernard, X., Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2002, Deformation bands in sandstones (abs.):
   American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention Official Program, v. 11, p. A45.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2001, Rock fracture and mass transfer as coupled processes (abs.):
    Supplement to EOS, v. 82, no. 47, p. F1143.
Du Bernard, X., Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2001, Strain localization in sandstone (abs.):
   Supplement to EOS, v. 82, no. 47, p. F1188.
Keller, E. A., Kamerling, M., Eichhubl, Peter, Hill, R. E., and Kennett, J. P., 2001, Isla Calafia, the fifth
    Santa Barbara Channel Island? (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v.
    33, no. 6, p. A70.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2000, Natural sintering in geological materials: opening-mode fracture
    in siliceous mudstone at high homologous temperature (abs.): Supplement to EOS, v. 81, no. 48,
    p. F1191.
Martin, J., Eichhubl, Peter, and Greene, H. G., 2000, Authigenic carbonate in the Santa Barbara
   Basin—relic of past aqueous fluid seepage? (abs.): Supplement to EOS, v. 81, no. 48, p. F603.
Greene, H. G., Eichhubl, Peter, and Maher, N., 2000, An extensive hydrocarbon flow on the western
   Santa Barbara Shelf, California (abs.): Supplement to EOS, v. 81, no. 48, p. F1068.
Naehr, T., Stakes, D. S., Paull, C. K., Eichhubl, Peter, Ussler, W., Greene, H. G., Lorenson, T., and
   Hovland, M., 2000, Fluid flow and carbonate precipitation in continental margin settings (abs.):
   Supplement to EOS, v. 81, no. 48, p. F640.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Aydin, A., 2000, Ductile opening-mode fracture during combustion alteration of
    siliceous mudstone (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 32, no. 7, p.
    A475.
Greene, H. G., Eichhubl, Peter, and Maher, N., 1999, Collapsed canyon heads: an indicator of fluid
   induced mass wasting (abs.): Supplement to EOS, v. 80, no. 46, p. F561.
Eichhubl, Peter, Greene, H. G., Maher, N., and Hatcher, G., 1999, Structural control on fluid flow and
    authigenic cement composition of cold seeps in the offshore Santa Barbara Basin: a GIS-based
    approach (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, no. 7, p. A-351.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Greene, H. G., 1999, Structural control on hydrocarbon and aqueous fluid
    discharge in the Santa Barbara coastal region (abs.): American Association of Petroleum
    Geologists Bulletin, v. 83, p. 686.
Eichhubl, Peter, Lore, J., and Aydin, A., 1999, Natural combustion alteration of siliceous shale, central
    California—analog to fire flooding (abs.): American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual
    Convention Official Program, v. 8, p. A37.
Aydin, A., Eichhubl, Peter, and Lore, J., 1998, Heat and fluid flow associated with natural combustion
   metamorphism of fractured siliceous shale, central California (abs.): Supplement to EOS, v. 79,
   no. 45, p. F823.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Behl, R. J., 1998, Diagenesis, deformation, and fluid flow in the Miocene
    Monterey Formation of coastal California (abs.): American Association of Petroleum Geologists
    Bulletin, v. 82, no. 4A, p. 846.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 1998, Focused fluid migration along faults in the Miocene Monterey
    Formation, California (ext. abs.): American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual
    Convention Extended Abstracts, v. 1, p. A176.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 1997, Inference of flow rates in fracture systems based on outcrop
    observations: examples from the Miocene Monterey Formation, coastal California (abs.):
    Supplement to EOS, v. 78, no. 46, p. F700.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 1997, Formation-parallel focusing of fluid flow along faults in the
    Miocene Monterey Formation, coastal California (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts
    with Programs, v. 29, no. 6, p. A336.

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Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 1997, Fracture formation in relation to burial diagenesis, Miocene
    Monterey Formation, coastal California (abs.): American Association of Petroleum Geologists
    Annual Convention Official Program, v. 6, p. A32.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 1996, Paleo-hydrology of the Monterey Formation, California, based
    on structural and geochemical characteristics of veins (abs.): Geological Society of America
    Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, no. 7, p. A-137.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 1996, Scale and timing of focused fluid flow along faults in the
    Miocene Monterey Formation, California (abs.): American Association of Petroleum Geologists
    Annual Convention Official Program, v. 5, p. A41.
Eichhubl, Peter, and Boles, J. R., 1995, Episodic fluid flow in Monterey veins, coastal California (abs.):
    Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, no. 6, p. A101.
Eichhubl, Peter, 1994, Modeling the effects of differential stress and of R-curve behavior on the
    incipient growth of tensile fractures (abs.): Geological Society of America Abstracts with
    Programs, v. 26, no. 7, p. A-210.
Eichhubl, Peter, 1993, Deformation adjacent to the periadriatic line and implications for lateral
    extrusion of the eastern Alps: Terra Abstracts no. 1, Supplement to Terra Nova, v. 5, p. 235.

Contract Reports

Hooker, J. N., Eichhubl, Peter, Reed, R. M., and Laubach, S. E., 2006, Wind River Basin study: initial
   analysis of Tensleep Formation: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology,
   topical report prepared for FRAC Industrial Associates, 13 p.
Laubach, S. E., Lander, R. H., Olson, J. E., Eichhubl, P., Bonnell, L. M., and Marrett, R., 2006,
   Predicting fracture porosity evolution in sandstone: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of
   Economic Geology, final report prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy, under contract no.
   DE-FG02-03ER15430, 73 p.

Unpublished Reports

Eichhubl, P., D'Onfro, P., Aydin, A., Waters, J., and McCarty, D. K., 2004, Structure, petrophysics,
    and diagenesis of shale entrained along a normal fault, Black Diamond Mines, California—
    implications for fault seal: Stanford University, Stanford Rock Fracture Project, v. 15, p. G1–G17.
Eichhubl, P., and Aydin, A., 2004, Deformation structures in poorly consolidated clastic sedimetns of
    varying grain size: Stanford University, Stanford Rock Fracture Project, v. 15, p. PA1–PA9.
Eichhubl, P., and Taylor, W. L., 2003, Valley of Fire, Nevada: an exhumed paleo-fluiid migration
    pathway in a faulted sandstone reservoir: new data and interpretation: Stanford University,
    Stanford Rock Fracture Project, v. 14, p. B1–B14.
Eichhubl, P., and Du Bernard, X., 2002, Fluid flow properties of deformation band faults: effects of
    loading conditions, sandstone composition, and burial diagenesis: Stanford University, Stanford
    Rock Fracture Project, v. 13, p. PD1–PD5.
Eichhubl, P., and Davatzes, N. C., 2002, Structural control of fluid flow and cementation along the
    Moab Fault, Utah: Stanford University, Stanford Rock Fracture Project, v. 13, p. C1–C15.
Eichhubl, Peter, 2001, Deformation and alteration of shale smear, Black Diamond Mine, California:
    Stanford University, Interim Report, Stanford Shale Smear Project, 16 p
Eichhubl, Peter, 2001, Paleo-fluid flow indicators: Stanford University, Stanford Rock Fracture Project,
    v. 12, p. C1–C10.
Eichhubl, Peter, 2001, Deformation of shales in fault zones: Stanford University, Stanford Rock
    Fracture Project, v. 12, p. G1–G5.
Eichhubl, Peter, 2000, Cathodoluminescence petrography of small faults in sandstone: Stanford
    University, Stanford Rock Fracture Project, v. 11, p. PB1–PB6.
Eichhubl, Peter, 2000, Ductile opening-mode fracture in siliceous shale: Stanford University, Stanford
    Rock Fracture Project, v. 11, p. E1–E9.
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   Eichhubl, Peter, 1999, Diagenesis and rock fracture: Stanford University, Stanford Rock Fracture
       Project, v. 10, p. F1–F8.
   Eichhubl, Peter, 1998, Effects of faults on fluid flow in the Monterey Formation: Stanford University,
       Stanford Rock Fracture Project, v. 9, p. K1–K10.
   Lore, J., and Eichhubl, Peter, 1998, Monterey combustion metamorphism—natural analog to fire
       flooding?: Stanford University, Stanford Rock Fracture Project, v. 9, p. PG1–PG12.

Thesis
   Herzynian and Alpidic deformation along the Periadriatic Fault, Austria/Italy.

Dissertation
   Scale, rates, and timing of fracture-related fluid flow in the Miocene Monterey Formation, coastal
   California.

Research Support
   Co-PI: Unconventional Resources, Bureau of Economic Geology (, $120,412).
   Co-PI: Unconventional Resources, Bureau of Economic Geology (, $120,412).
   PI: Fracture Characterization, Shell Exploration and Production Company (, $120,412).
   PI: Equipment Matching Grant Chroma FE-SEM), Jackson School of Geosciences (, $220,500).
   PI: Equipment Matching Grant Chroma CL SEM attachment), Jackson School of Geosciences (,
   $52,350).
   PI: Postdoc Matching Grant (Andras Fall), Jackson School of Geosciences (, $30,000).
   PI: Postdoc Matching Grant (Stephen Becker), Jackson School of Geosciences (, $13,250).

Lecturing
   BEG Colloquia
   Localization of deformation in granular and porous media: presented at BEG Seminar, Austin, Texas,
   October 2006.

   Lectures and Addresses
   Predicting fracture porosity evolution in sandstone: presented at Department of Energy—Basic
   Energy Sciences: Geosciences Symposium on Basic Research Relevant to Geological CO2
   Sequestration, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 2008.
   Effect of mechanical grain size reduction on quartz cementation in sandstone: presented to SEPM
   Research Group, Austin, Texas, 2008.
   How fractures open, and remain open, in the deep subsurface: presented at AAPG Hedberg
   Conference, Casper, Wyoming, 2008.
   Localization of deformation in sand and sandstone: invited talk presented at Texas A&M University,
   College Station, Texas, November 2007.
   Orientation of compaction-dominated deformation bands in Aztec Sandstone at Valley of Fire,
   Nevada, USA: presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April
   2007.
   Compaction localization—rule or exception during sandstone burial?: presented at AAPG Convention,
   Long Beach, California, April 2007.



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Numerical modeling analysis of the role of episodic fault overpressuring and rupture in methane
transport and massive calcite cementation in the Santa Barbara Basin, California: presented at AAPG
Convention, Long Beach, California, April 2007.
Deformation band formation as coupled mechanical and chemical processes: presented at American
Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 2006.
Porosity reduction by compaction localization in sandstone: presented at Hubbert Quorum, Menlo
Park, California, December 10, 2006.
Fracture cementation processes: presented at Stanford Department of Geological and Environmental
Sciences, Stanford, California, 2004.
Invited presentation at: Texas A&M, Corpus Christi, Texas, 2004.
Invited presentation at: California State University, Bakersfield, California, 2004.
Invited presentation at: AAAPG Hedberg Conference, Austin, Texas, 2004.
Invited presentation at: University of California, Santa Cruz, California, 2004.
Faults and fluid flow: presented at University of California, Santa Cruz, California, 2004.
Invited presentation at: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California, 2004.
Invited presentation at: Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas, 2004.
Invited presentation at: University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, 2004.
Invited presentation to: SEPM Clastic Diagenesis Group, Dallas, Texas, 2004.
Invited presentation at: AAPG Pacific Seciton Meeting, Long Beach, California, 2003.
Invited presentation at: University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 2003.
Invited presentation at: Hubbert Quorum (USGS), Menlo Park, California, 2003.
Fracture cementation processes: presented at Stanford Department of Geological and Environmental
Sciences, Stanford, California, 2002.
Invited presentation at: International Mineralogical Association 18th General Meeting, Edinburgh,
U.K., 2002.
Invited presentation at: Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, Ventura, California, 2002.
Invited presentation at: International University Bremen, Bremen, Germany, 2002.
Invited presentation at: Hubbert Quorum (USGS), Menlo Park, California, 2002.
Active margin fluid flow and seeps in the Santa Barbara Basin, California: tectonic and eustatic
controls: presented at Moss Landing Marine Labs, University of California, Santa Cruz, California,
2002.
Invited presentation at: Rice University, Houston, Texas, 2001.
Fracture cementation processes: presented at Stanford Department of Geological and Environmental
Sciences, Stanford, California, 2001.
ArcView GIS in marine geology: presented at Stanford Department of Geophysics, Stanford,
California, 2001.
Invited presentation at: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, San Diego, California, 2001.
Invited presentation at: Chevron-Texaco, San Ramon, California, 2001.
Invited presentation at: ETH, Zurich, Switzerland, 1999.
Invited presentation at: University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 1999.
Invited presentation at: USGS, Menlo Park, California, 1999.
Invited presentation at: GSA Penrose Conference, Taos, New Mexico, 1997.
Invited presentation at: Exxon Santa Ynez Production Unit, Thousand Oaks, California, 1997.
Invited presentation at: Exxon Production Research, Houston, Texas, 1997.
Invited presentation at: Texaco, Houston, Texas, 1996.
Invited presentation at: University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 1996.

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   University Teaching
   Mechanics of rock fractures: presented at the Department of Geological Sciences, The University of
   Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, December 2007.
   Chemical-mechanical interactions in the formation of opening-mode fractures: presented at the
   Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, December
   2007.
   Significance of deformation bands for reservoirs: presented at the Department of Petroleum and
   Geosystems Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, October 2007.
   Faults and fluid flow: presented at the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, The
   University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, October 2007.
   Introduction to Geological Field Methods, lecture and field instruction, 3 units, enrollment 9: Texas
   A&M, Corpus Christi, Texas, October 2006.
   Structural Geology, lecture and lab, 4 units, enrollment 15: Texas A&M, Corpus Christi, Texas,
   October 2006.
   Introduction to Geological Field Methods, lecture and field instruction, 3 units: Texas A&M University-
   Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas, October 2006.
   Structural Geology, lecture and lab, 4 units: Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi,
   Texas, October 2006.
   Structural Diagenesis Master Class: co-instructor of bi-weekly graduate seminar, Department of
   Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, February 2006.
   Structural Diagenesis Master Class: co-instructor of bi-weekly graduate seminar, Department of
   Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, October 2005.
   Hydrogeology, lecture and lab, 4 units: Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas,
   October 2005.
   Field Seminar in Geology, 3 units: Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas,
   February 2005.
   Geophysics, lecture, 3 units,: Texas A&M Uniersity.-Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas, October
   2004.
   Diagenesis and transfer processes in sedimentary basins, lecture 2 units: Stanford University,
   Stanford, California, October 2002.
   Field Geology TA (Introduction to field methods, “Spring Field”): University of California, Santa
   Barbara, California, January 1997.
   Lab sections in Structural Geology, Oceanography (GE level), Geochemistry, Mineralogy: University
   of California, Santa Barbara, California, January 1997.
   Deformation of the Upper Crust, lecture 1 unit (graduate level): University of Vienna, , Austria,
   October 1995.
   Summer Field Camp TA: University of Vienna, , Austria, January 1991.

Field Trips
   Leader, Stanford Rock Fracture Project Industrial Affiliate Meeting: Point Reyes-San Francisco,
   California, 2004.
   Leader, Geofluids II Industrial Affiliate Meeting: PennState University, Santa Barbara, California,
   2004.
   Leader, Stanford Rock Fracture Project Industrial Affiliate Meeting: Arcata, California, 2003.
   Leader, Graduate Student Field Trip, San Andreas Fault Zone: Stanford University, Stanford,
   California, April 2000.
   Leader, Stanford Rock Fracture Project Industrial Affiliate Meeting: Santa Cruz, California, 1998.

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   Leader, Stanford Rock Fracture Project Industrial Affiliate Meeting: Moab, Utah, 1998.
   Leader, Pacific Section Meeting: SEPM, Ventura, California, 1998.

Miscellaneous Activities of a Professional Nature
   Search for and hire of postdoctoral fellow Stephen Becker, Bureau of Economic Geology, The
   University of Texas at Austin, 2007
   Participation in FRAC research field workshop to Scotland, May 2007
   Set-up of fluid inclusion laboratory, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin,
   2006
   Set-up of sediment epoxy impregnation facility, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas
   at Austin, 2006
   Science Judge, National Ocean Science Bowl Texas regional competition, Corpus Christi, Spring
   2005
   Judge for 17th Annual Coastal Bend Science Fair, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Spring 2005
   Undergraduate and graduate student recruitment ("Island Days"), Texas A&M University, Corpus
   Christi, 2004–2005
   Judge for 4th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, Sigma Xi, Texas A&M University-Corpus
   Christi, October 2004


Reviews of Articles, Abstracts, and Research Proposals
   Geofluids (Article), 2007
   Acta Geotechnica (Article), 2007
   Earth and Planetary Science Letters (Article), 2007
   GSA Bulletin (Article), 2007
   Geology (Article), 2007
   DOE-BES (Grant Proposal), 2007
   Mineralium Deposita (Article), 2007
   Journal of Sedimentary Research (Articles)
   National Science Foundation (Research Proposals)
   American Geophysical Union Monograph, Volume 113 (Article)
   Geophysical Research Letters (Articles)
   Journal of Structural Geology (Articles)
   Tectonophysics (Articles)
   Chemical Society/Petroleum Research Fund (Research Proposals)
   Sedimentology (Articles)
   Earth and Planetary Science Letters (Articles)

Graduate Student Committee Participation
   Mentor, M.S. Thesis Committee, Magdalena Ellis, The University of Texas at Austin, 2007
   Member, M.S. Thesis Committee, Natalia Kalitynska, The University of Texas at Austin, 2006
   Member, Ph.D. Dissertation Committee, Aysen Ozkan, Opening History of Fractures in Sandstone:
   The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Geological Sciences, in progress, 2005
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Member, Ph.D. Dissertation Committee, Margaret Dalthorp, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, in
progress, 2005
Member, Advancement Dissertation Committee, Christie Rowe, University of California, Santa Cruz,
2005
Co-Supervisor, Ph.D. Dissertation Committee, Nick Davatzes, University of California, Stanford, 2003




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