Hedberg 4 - Basin Modeling: New Horizons in Research and Applications

Edited by Kenneth E. Peters, David J. Curry and Marek Kacewicz


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Basin and petroleum system modeling is one of the most rapidly growing disciplines within the geosciences because of the high demand by industry for continuous improvement in predictions of petroleum generation migration, accumulation, and alteration.

This special volume contains 18 papers presented at the AAPG Hedberg Research Conference on Basin and Petroleum System Modeling (BPSM) held in Napa, California, May 3-8, 2009. These articles provide an overview of the current state of the science.

AAPG Hedberg Series, No. 4 will appeal to geochemists and BPSM modelers in industry, government, and academia; geoscientists with interest in region-specific BPSM studies; and specialists in different geoscience disciplines that are significant to the development of BPSM input parameters and simulation algorithms.

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AAPG Hedberg Series, No. 4

2009 Napa Hedberg Conference

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Product Code:1106
Publisher:AAPG
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ISBN:978-0-89181-903-5
Media:Hardcover
Pages:338

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