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2011-2012 AAPG Distinguished Lecture Series


Search and Discovery Article #90136 (2011)

Posted October 24, 2011



Seismic detection of faults and fractures,
      Santinder Chopra

Exploration in fold and thrust belts - a personal perspective,
      Rodney H. Graham

The French Alps - classic geology re-interpreted in the light of passive margin geology and allocthonous salt tectonics,
      Rodney H. Graham

Structural diagenesis, resource plays, the Highlands of Scotland, and curriculum development,
      Stephen E. Laubach

Anatomy of an unconformity and its earliest overlying fill – the basinwide sub-Cretaceous unconformity of Western Canada,
      Dale A. Leckie

A multidisciplinary approach to understanding the Geology of the Athabasca Oil Sands – 2nd largest hydrocarbon resource on Earth,
      Dale A. Leckie

Are shales really that dull? Shining light into dark places and the effects of opening Pandora's Box,
      Joe H. S. Macquaker

My Source Rock is Now My Shale-Gas Reservoir - Geological and Petrophysical Characterization of Organic-Rich Rocks,
      Q. R. Passey, K. M. Bohacs, R. Klimentidis W. L. Esch, and S. Sinha

Oil Spills, Ethics, and Society: How they intersect and where the responsibilities reside,
      W. C. ‘Rusty’ Riese

The Once and Future Battles of Thor and the Midgard Serpent: The Antarctic Circumpolar Current and Glacial/Interglacial Climate,
      Joellen L. Russell

Orographic Uplift as Global Thermostat: Orography, Winds and the Water Vapor Feedback in Climate Models,
      Joellen L. Russell

Energy Trends of the Future,
      Matthew J. Telfer

2011-2012 Distinguished Lecture Abstract,
      Peter Ward

Burial Corrosion as a Major Porosity Forming Process in Carbonates,
      Paul Wright

Paleokarstic Reservoirs: misconceptions and paradoxes,
      Paul Wright

How do shallow water limestones really accumulate?,
      Paul Wright

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