So much has happened this month! Read our November Newsletter to find out the latest!
Some of the highlights include:
- Prof. Wach was featured in the news SEVERAL times this past November – find the links to videos and articles on our website!
- M.Sc. Candidate Carlos Wong returned from Houston, Texas, where he spent 5-days in a NEXT Course learning all about PetroMod. This course will help him further his research for his Master’s thesis, as well as support the Source Rock of the Atlantic Conjugate Margins Project.
- Adjunct Prof. Yawooz Kettanah, and Prof. Wach et al. will be published in the Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, with their article “Provenance of the Ordovician—lower Silurian Tumblagooda Sandstone, Western Australia”.
- Dr. Silva visited the CNLOPB Core Storage Facility, where he studied the Bay du Nord C-78, and performed XRF analysis on Panther P-52 cores in support of the Source Rock of the Atlantic Conjugate Margins Project.