Field Seminar

ACE FT 10 | Modern Galveston Island and the Brazos River Delta as Reservoir Analogs  
Houston, Texas, United States
6 April 2017

This field trip focuses on the late Quaternary depositional systems of the upper Texas coast, including the Brazos River and its wave-dominated delta, the Oyster Creek meanderbelt, Follets Island, the San Luis Pass tidal delta, and Galveston Island. The trip will emphasize the physical processes associated with shaping these various depositional environments, and will discuss the stratigraphic occurrence of sand bodies associated with these coastal systems. There will be a focus on linking physical processes to the geological record, and also describing the sequence stratigraphic framework of the upper Texas coastal systems.

Short Course

ACE SC 13 | Petroleum Geochemistry for Basin Evaluation - American Association of Petrolem Geologsits (AAPG)  
Houston, Texas, United States
2 April 2017

This course will provide an overview of concepts, tools, and methods commonly used for assessment of exploration risks associated with hydrocarbon charge, with emphasis on geochemical methods and applications.

ACE SC 17 | Principles of Mudrock Chemostratigraphy - Bureau of Economic Geology (BEG)  
Houston, Texas, United States
6 April 2017

This course will be aimed at geologists who study mudrocks, but the general knowledge base will be applicable to many different aspects of chemostratigraphy, mineral chemistry, and trace element geochemistry.

ACE SC 09 | Quality Control Techniques for Reviewing Prospects and Acquisitions  - AAPG Division of Professional Affairs (DPA)  
Houston, Texas, United States
1-2 April 2017

Through a combination of lecture and exercises, students will learn a systematic approach for quickly screening interpretations, maps, and prospects to ensure that the potential resources or reserves estimated from those maps are accurately assessed.

ACE SC 10 | Sequence Stratigraphy for Graduate Students  - (SEPM) Society for Sedimentary Geology  
Houston, Texas, United States
1-2 April 2017

This two-day short course is designed to teach graduate students the principles, concepts, and methodologies of sequence stratigraphy.

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