Read our February Basin Lab Newsletter for all the latest on Lab activities! So much has happened already this year, with the semester only to get busier; be sure to keep up to date with the Lab's successes! Up next month: The IBA 2016 team will compete via video conference against five other Canadian teams in the first leg of the AAPG's International Imperial Barrel Award Competition Dalhousie EAGE Student Chapter will try their luck at the international online GeoQuiz March 15th. The three best Student Chapters will receive travel grants to send three students to Vienna 201 … [Read more...] about February Newsletter
As always, there is plenty happening in the Basin and Reservoir Lab. Back from a relaxing holiday break, students and staff alike have been busy. From industry visits, to field seminar planning, the Lab has been bustling. Several of our Masters and Ph.D. students work towards defending their theses this spring, while new students are just commencing theirs. Find out the latest about Basin and Reservoir Lab activity - read our most recent newsletter here: Basin Lab Newsletter_January 2016. … [Read more...] about Read our January Newsletter!
The lab is brimming with good news this month! Check out the Lab's March newsletter here: March 2015 … [Read more...] about Basin & Reservoir Lab March Newsletter
Next week, Prof. Grant Wach and M.Sc. candidate Natasha Morrison will lead a team of 11 students to Trinidad, as part of the upper level Earth Sciences course, Petroleum Geoscience Field Methods (ERTH 4157/5157). The team will be joined by a dozen young professionals from the Geological Society of Trinidad and Tobago. Dr. Hasley Vincent of the University of the West Indies and BP Trinidad and Tobago, also a Dalhousie graduate, will help lead the course. Over the course of seven days, the students will gain hands on field experience in petroleum geology, basin analysis, source rock eva … [Read more...] about Petroleum Geoscience Field Methods & the Trinidad Basins