Even though the Winter 2015 term has ended, plenty has been happening in the Basin & Reservoir Lab. Read our May Newsletter for the latest here!
- Dr. Ricardo Silva’s paper, “Organic matter production and preservation in the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal) and Pliensbachian climatic hot snaps”, was accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal, Global and Planetary Change.
- Congratulations to Prof. Grant Wach who successfully completed the requirements to become a registered Professional Geologist in Nova Scotia!
- On May 4th lab member Kenneth Martyns-Yellowe presented his poster on “Reservoir characterization of eolian deposits in Mesozoic rift settings: Examples from the Minas Subbasin, Nova Sco-tia”(Martyns-Yellowe, O’Connor, Wach), at the 2015 GeoConvention in Calgary, Alberta.
- Prof. Wach presented his and Adjunct Prof. Hasley Vincent’s research on “Reservoir characterization in deltaic depositional systems—proximal & distal incised valleys– outcrop and core Trinidad”, at the Geological Society of London’s Paralic Reservoirs Meeting, May 18th-21st.
- The Source Rock and Geochemistry of the Central Atlantic Margins Consortia Field Seminar of the Wessex Basin of Southern England begins early this June and will be followed by field work in Morocco.