Jacob Jordan, PhD is a Scientific Consultant at the Carbon Containment Lab. He completed his doctoral studies in Geology at the University of Texas at Austin. After completing his doctorate, he moved on to conduct Postdoctoral studies at Yale and Rice Universities. Jacob specializes in geophysical fluid mechanics. His research focuses on the rich dynamics that arise from coupled chemical changes in fluids as they flow through geological media. His previous work encompasses a diverse array of topics including planetary formation, the physical triggers for volcanic eruption, melt generation in the Earth’s mantle and the chemistry of natural CO2 fields.