Five DL Tours Set in November
November will be a busy month for AAPG’s Distinguished Lecture program with six speakers offering their talks.
On tour in November are:
- Marian J. Warren, this year’s Haas-Pratt Endowment speaker, will continue her tour of the eastern United States through Nov. 10. She offers two talks: “An Exploration Case History -- How We Made a High-Impact Gas Discovery in a Maturing Basin (Western Canada),” and “Extensional Faulting, Paleodrainage Patterns and Impact on Hydrocarbon Reservoir Quality and Distribution During Foreland Basin Subsidence -- A Case Study from the Cretaceous of Alberta.”
- Stephen Creaney, this year’s J. Ben Carsey Endowment speaker, will tour the western United States Nov. 6-17. His talk is “Global Petroleum Evaluation -- The Role of Integrated Regional Analysis.”
- Jacob B. Lowenstern will tour the eastern United States Nov. 6-17. His talk is “Intrusion, Deformation and Degassing at the Yellowstone Caldera.”
- Steven L. Bachtel will tour the eastern United States Nov. 27-Dec. 8. His talk is “Seismic Stratigraphy of the Miocene-Pliocene Segitiga Platform, East Natuna Sea Indonesia: The Origin, Growth and Demise of an Isolated Carbonate Platform.”
- Michael R. Hudec will tour the western United States Nov. 27-Dec. 8, offering two talks: “Advance Mechanisms of Allochthonous Salt Sheets -- Implications for Predicting Subsalt Pore Pressure,” and “Evolution of Suprasalt Minibasins in the Deepwater of the Gulf of Mexico.”
For specific dates and other tour information contact Karen Dotts , the DL coordinator, at 1-918-560-2621; or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.