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Clinoforms, the basic large-scale architectural form within which sediments are stored and eventually fed down depositional dip in clastic wedges, exist in many shapes and sizes. Understanding how they form, evolve, and degrade is critical to understanding how transport mechanisms affect the shelf margin and sediment partitioning and distribution, and their implications on the presence of a working petroleum system.
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Petrographic, detrital zircon, major, trace, and rare earth element data from the deep-water slope upper Miocene upper Mount Messenger Formation, Taranaki Basin, New Zealand have been characterized to examine their provenance, tectonic setting, grain size, and source-to-sink implications.
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We describe a spectrum of seismic high-amplitude anomalies from the Great South and Canterbury Basins (offshore New Zealand) that have a number of characteristics that make them distinct from previously described hydrocarbon-related amplitude anomalies. 
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This study evaluates the petroleum prospectivity of the East Coast Basin, an element of the Hikurangi convergent margin of New Zealand.
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When new technology enters the oil and gas scene, talk of layoffs can creep into water-cooler conversations. Will better software and computers replace people, or will they push the industry forward, creating the need for additional staff? These questions are especially pertinent for geophysicists today, as artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies are processing and interpreting seismic data at record speeds, often delivering results that rival, if not surpass, that of humans. With some software companies calling their platforms a “seismic revolution” by offering real-time data interpretation, geophysicists might question how they will fit into this new, seemingly supersonic world.

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The Imperial Barrel Award competition provides real-world, marketable experience, as this year’s winning team from UH can attest.

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