Ph.D. University of Cincinnati
M.Sc. New Mexico State University
B.Sc. University of Akron
My research interests are focused on petroleum geology (sedimentary petrology, diagenesis and prediction of reservoir quality), basin analysis and sedimentary geochemistry. I work in both outcrop- and core-based projects, integrating different analytical methods (sedimentary petrology/ geochemistry) in different scales to address a variety of geological issues in sedimentary geology.
Cymes, B., Krekeler, M., Nicholson, K.N., and Grigsby, J.D., in press, A transmission electron microscopy (TEM) study of silver nanoparticles associated with mine waste from New Caledonian nickel deposits: Potential origins of silver toxicity in a World Heritage Site: Environmental Earth Sciences.
Kassi, A.M., Grigsby, J.D., Khan, A.S. and Kasi, A.S., 2015, Sandstone petrology and geochemistry of the Oligocene-Early Miocene Panjgur Formation, Makran Accretionary Wedge, southwest Pakistan: Implications for provenance, weathering and tectonic setting: Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, v. 105, p. 192-207.
Fluegeman, R. H., Grigsby, J. D., Miller, K. G., Wright, J. D., Katz, M. D., Wade, B. S. (2013). Global change on a subtropical shelf: the Eocene-Oligocene Core (EOCore) Project. Scientific Drilling and the Evolution of the Earth System: Climate, Biota, Biogeochemistry, and Extreme Events (vol. 2, pp. 48-51). Tucson, Arizona: Continental Scientific Workshop Series.
Weng, Y.H., Sun, F.S., and , Grigsby, J.D., 2012, GeoTools: An android phone application in geology: Computers and Geosciences, v. 44, p. 24-30.
Rice-Snow, S., Castor, M.J., Castor, A.K., Grigsby, J.D., Fluegeman, R.H., and Curet, L.A., 2010, Boulder lithology survey, Tibes civic-ceremonial site, Puerto Rico, In L.A. Curet and L.M. Stringer, ed., Tibes, People, Power, and Ritual at the Center of the Cosmos: Caribbean Archaeology and Ethnohistory Series, University of Alabama Press, p. 177-190.
Fluegeman, R. H., Grigsby, J. D., and Hurley, J. V., 2009, Eocene-Oligocene Greenhouse to Icehouse transition on a sub-tropical clastic shelf: the Jackson-Vicksburg Groups of the eastern Gulf Coastal Plain of the United States in Koeberl, C. and Montanari, A., eds., The Late Eocene Earth—Hothouse, Icehouse, and Impacts, Geological Society of America Special Paper 452, p. 261-278.
Grigsby, J. D., 2001, Origin and growth mechanism of authigenic chlorite in sandstones of the lower Vicksburg Formation, South Texas: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 71, p. 27-3
Grigsby, J. D. and Langford, R. P., 1996, Effects of diagenesis on enhanced-resolution bulk density logs in Tertiary Gulf Coast Sandstones: An example from the lower Vicksburg Formation, McAllen Ranch Field, South Texas: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 80, p. 1801-1819.