Ed Mroczek

 

Full Name: Ed Mroczek

Position: Senior Scientist: Geothermal Geochemistry

Contact details

Email: E.Mroczek
Phone: +64-7-376 0135

Qualifications

1976: BSc; 1977: BSc Hons; 1984: PhD, Philosophy (Chemistry)

Areas of expertise

Geochemist: Environmental geochemistry
Geochemist: Geochemistry
Geochemist: Geothermal chemistry
Geochemist: Hydrothermal chemistry

Professional activities

Geological Society of New Zealand: Member
International Geothermal Association: Member

Major publications

Glover, R.B.; Mroczek, E.K. 2009 Chemical changes in natural features and well discharges in response to production at Wairakei, New Zealand. Geothermics, 38(1): 117-133; doi: 10.1016/j.geothermics.2008.12.008

Mroczek, E.K.; Graham, D.J. 2005 Sampling and analysis for mercury in steam collected from geothermal wells and fumaroles. 7 p. IN: Proceedings of the World Geothermal Congress 2005, Antalya, Turkey, 24-29 April 2005. [Reykjavik, Iceland]: International Geothermal Association

Christenson, B.W.; Mroczek, E.K. 2003 Potential reaction pathways of Hg in some New Zealand hydrothermal environments. p. 111-132 IN: Simmons, S.F.; Graham, I.J. Volcanic, geothermal, and ore-forming fluids : rulers and witnesses of processes within the earth. Littleton, Colo: Society of Economic Geologists. Special publication / Society of Economic Geologists 10.

Mroczek, E.K.; White, S.P.; Graham, D.J. 2000 Deposition of amorphous silica in porous packed beds : predicting the lifetime of reinjection aquifers. Geothermics, 29: 737-757

Carroll, S.; Mroczek, E.K.; Alai, M.; Ebert, M. 1998 Amorphous silica precipitation (60 to 120 degrees C) : comparison of laboratory and field rates. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 62(8): 1379-1396

Short CV Dr Ed Mroczek has been a practising geochemist for 26 years in all areas of geothermal chemistry for clients in New Zealand, Indonesia, Turkey, Philippines and Japan. He has published 40 papers and conference abstracts, over 100 confidential client reports and 2 provisional patent applications. He has had extensive experience in the design and running of large-scale field experiments and laboratory scale hydrothermal experiments to determine reaction rates of geothermal fluids in reinjection aquifers. His present work includes geothermal resource evaluation and assessment, production chemistry monitoring and environmental geochemistry.

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