Cameron Joseph Manche

Cameron Joseph Manche

Postdoctoral Research Associate Berg-Hughes Center

Dolomitization, Carbonates, Sedimentology, Diagenesis

  Cmanche@Tamu.edu

  (979) 845-2451

  Halbouty 208

Research

I'm an interdisciplinary scientist whose research focuses on addressing aspects of carbonate diagenesis. Current research projects include 'Dolomite Stoichiometry as a Record of Changing Dolomitizing Fluid Chemistry' and 'Global Variations in Dolomite Stoichiometry and Cation Ordering'. I apply various tools in my research including X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, thin-section petrography, and stable isotope geochemistry.

Education

Ph.D. Geosciences – Western Michigan University (2019)

M.Sc. Geosciences – Western Michigan University (2014)

B.Sc. Environmental Sciences & Planning – University of Michigan-Flint (2011)

Additional Information

Manche, C.J., and Kaczmarek, S.E., 2019, Evaluating reflux dolomitization using a novel high-resolution record of dolomite stoichiometry: A case study from the Cretaceous of central Texas, USA: Geology, v. 47, p. 1–5. DOI: 10.1130/G46218.1

Elkadiri, R., Manche, C., Sultan, M., Al-Dousari, A., Uddin, S., Chouinard, K., & Abotalib, A. Z., 2016, Development of a coupled spatiotemporal algal bloom model for coastal areas: A remote sensing and data mining-based approach. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 9(11), 5159-5171. DOI: 10.1109/JSTARS.2016.2555898

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