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AAPG Event Lisbon Açores Portugal 20 June, 2023 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, Clastics, Deepwater Turbidites 25 May, 2021 25 May, 2021 8:00 AM 5:00 PM 06 February, 2020
 
Lisbon, Portugal
20 June 2023

Come along on this 1-day field seminar and tour outcrops in the Serra de Montejunto, just north of Lisbon and on the coast from Porto Novo to Paimogo.

Instructors:
Ricardo Pereira, PARTEX Oil and Gas & Instituto Dom Luiz
Gil Machado, ChronSurveys Lda & Instituto Dom Luiz
Fees:
To be determined
Limit:
20 Participants
Includes:
Hotel
Ground Transportation
Snacks and Refreshments
Lunch and Dinner
Guidebook
Departure Time/Location
20 June 2023 8:30am
SANA Metropolitan Hotel

Note:Transportation to start point is not included in the costs of this trip. Please bring clothing for hot day time temperatures (sun hat/ sun glasses/ sun cream etc.). Participants must wear suitable and comfortable light trekking shoes.

Aims

Geological escarpment near Lisbon PortugalTo gain or increase an understanding of the tectono-sedimentary processes of continental extension and rifting supported by outcrop observations, with focus on deep-depositional marine systems. Discuss implications for prospective petroleum systems. Promote debate and nourish new insights between attendants.

About the Field Trip

Geological escarpment near Lisbon PortugalThe Lusitanian Basin records the proximal events of syn- to post rift evolution of the hyper-extended West Iberian Margin, showing some outstanding examples of the combined tectono-stratigraphic depositional systems. Here, the Late Jurassic reveals diverse aspects of mixed marine depositional systems including not only submarine fans and turbidites, but also the build-up of carbonate reefs and shoreface to fluvial clastic sequences. Throughout the field trip the different depositional aspects can be observed in detail to demonstrate how such depositional systems can vary in time and space. Observation of these outcrops allows a better understanding on how deep-water depositional systems can change within a sub-basin and help improving the understanding of reservoir properties.

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The SIG provides a series of unique services to AAPG young professional members with the goals of retaining and increasing our current young professional membership and promoting interaction and communication between AAPG student and young professional members. The SIG is open to all who believe and support the mission of the Young Professionals.
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 The function of the Committee on Research is to monitor activities in geological research relating to exploration and production of petroleum and other energy minerals; to promote the interchange of research ideas through conferences, and the distribution of research information through symposia; to assist other AAPG committees with matters pertaining to research activities; and to initiate, sponsor, and cooperate with other organizations in gathering data and preparing reports on subjects of interest to geoscientists. 

The committee consists of two subcommittees: 

  1. Reservoir Deformation Research Group and 
  2. Unconventional Gas Research Group.
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