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Deep Water 2011 Group

 

Greetings sedimentologists!

Please join us for our annual meeting at AAPG in Houston. This year we have an exciting mixture of emerging research and reviews, from leading researchers around the world:

SEPM Deepwater Research Group Annual Meeting

Date: Monday, 11 April
Time: 8:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m. (food and drink available).
Location: Hyatt Regency, Houston

8.00-8.05: Introduction

8.05-8.15: Katie Maier (Stanford University)

High-resolution images of the Lucia Chica deep-water channel system, offshore central California

8.15-8.25: Heather Macdonald (ExxonMobil)

Imaging modern deep-water scours in high-resolution - new insights into scour morphology, fill and remarkable longevity

8.25-8.45: Steve Flint (University of Liverpool)

The past, present and future of applied outcrop geology

8.45-9.00: Break

9.00-9.10: Iris Verhagen (University of Bangor)

Laboratory modelling of turbidity currents overriding muddy, cohesive substrates

9.10- 9.30: David Mohrig (UT Austin)

How Recent Successes and Shortcomings in the Physical and Numerical Modeling of Turbidites can Guide Future Research Directions in Turbidite Studies

9.30-11.00: Networking and adult beverages

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Andrea Fildani and Ian Kane (SEPM Deepwater Research Group Chairs).

SEPM - Deep Water