Technical Program

Tuesday, May 14 – Afternoon
George Pemberton Memorial Session II
Room: Glen Room 208-209
Chair(s): Mike Ranger & Jason Lavigne
TimeTitle
1:25 - 1:50 S George Pemberton’s Brackish-Water Model: Origins and Applications
Murray Gingras and James
MacEachern
1:50 - 2:15 Non-marine and marine trace fossil assemblages within the Cretaceous Blackhawk Formation, Utah
Grant D. Wach1* and Keith W. Shanley
2:15 - 2:40 Ripples and Deep-Sea Levees – together, forever
R. William (Bill) Arnott
2:40 - 3:20

COFFEE BREAK

3:20 - 3:45 Facies analysis of the Clearwater Formation in Marten Hills and Nipisi, north-central Alberta
Cole L. Ross, Murray K. Gingras, Scott W. Hadley, Michael J. Ranger
3:45 - 4:10 The Application of Ichnology, Sedimentology and Sequence Stratigraphy to Identify Reservoir Distribution in the Middle Triassic Sunset Prairie Formation, Northeastern British Columbia
Carolyn M. Furlong, Murray K. Gingras, John-Paul Zonneveld
4:10 - 4:35 Applied Ichnology In Reservoir Geology: A New Biogenic-Diagenetic Model For Dolomites In Mississippian Upper Midale Beds, Weyburn Oilfield, Saskatchewan
Arjun D. Keswani and S.George Pemberton

 

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