The Bureau of Economic Geology The University of Texas at Austin Jackson School of Geosciences

Presentations 2007

BEG Seminar Series: Fall 2008

BEG seminars are held each Friday (unless otherwise noted)
at 8:30 a.m. in the Main Conference Room. Refreshments are served.



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Sep 19 Angela McDonnell Geometry, origin and significance of coast-perpendicular anticlines in a growth-faulted setting

Sep 26

Peter Eichhubl

Publishing at the Bureau and how the Publication Council can help in getting your papers out

Oct 3

Lorena Moscardelli

Three Dimensional Configuration of Clinoform Architectures in Eastern Offshore Mexico (GOM) - Implications and Complications of a Real 3D View

Oct 10

Mirko Barone and Sonia Perrotta Significance of Detrital Serpentine in Sand(stones) from Tectonically Complex Settings

Oct 17

Frank Brown

Sequence stratigraphic exploration for Cretaceous lowstand deep-water targets in offshore South Africa

Oct 24

Steve Bryant

Euclid Visits an Outcrop

Oct 31

Shirley Dutton

Nov 7

Laurent Longuevergne

Using ground geodetic instruments as a tool for hydrology ? Case study of superconducting gravimeter.

Nov 14

Bruce L. Cutright, Independent Contractor

Redefining Mega-Engineering as a Hydrogeologic Discipline

Nov 21

Dr. Frank G. Ethridge

“Sealing capacity and petrology of Eocene mud rock, south-central Pyrenees Foreland basin, Spain”



No Seminar

Dec 5

Seay Nance

Upper Permian Yates Formation Oil- and Gas-Reservoir Facies, Northwest and Northeast Central Basin Platform, Texas

Dec 12

Stephen Becker

Fluid inclusion constraints on the opening history of synkinematically cemented fractures

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