Professional geologist, presently consultant with Cascade Stratigraphics, Clackmas, Oregon, specializing in stratigraphy depositional systems. Worked for Mobil Oil Corporation for 25 years in exploration and research, deepwater depositional systems, sequence stratigraphy, and exploration geochemistry in W. Siberia, Nigeria, Gulf of Mexico, North Sea and Alaska.
John M. Armentrout is a consulting geologist located near Portland, Oregon, specializing in sequence stratigraphic analysis of deep-water depositional systems. John has 37 years of industry experience, 27 with Mobil Oil Corporation and 10 years as an independent international consultant. His B.S. degrees (Biology/Chemistry and Geology) and M.S. degree (Geology) are from the University of Oregon, and his Ph.D. in biostratigraphy was awarded from the University of Washington in 1973. John’s research interests are broad. His publications include papers on sequence stratigraphy, biostratigraphy, geochemistry, seismic facies analysis and tectonostratigraphic control of deep-water deposition. In 1978-79, John was a National Research Council Research Fellow at the U.S. Geological Survey. During 1992-93 he was an AAPG Distinguished Lecturer. John is a Fellow in the Geological Society of America and has served SEPM as President (1996-97), and AAPG as Vice-President Sections (2007-08).
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