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Sequence Stratigraphy: Past, Present and Future

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Occurred Tuesday, 5 May 2020, 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m.  |  Virtual Webinar via Zoom (Bogota, Colombia time)

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Sequence stratigraphy is a method for stratigraphic interpretation, pioneered by Vail and colleagues in the mid 70’s, which explains the complex geometries that sediments create as they fill accommodation in response to changes in rates of sedimentation, subsidence, uplift and eustasy. This method was developed based on observations and concepts developed as early as in the 1800’s. Based on this strong scientific foundation, pioneer work from Caster, Sloss, Wheeler, Campbell, and Asquith established the basis for the methodology. These researchers established a new way to correlate stratigraphic units, demonstrating the time-transgressive nature of lithostratigraphic formations.

This presentation takes a long look at these methods both in their historical context and how they apply to present day interpretation.

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Vitor Abreu
Emily Smith Llinás AAPG Latin America & Caribbean Region Manager
Diana Ruiz Vásquez AAPG Latin America & Caribbean Region Events Coordinator
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