Speaker Archive: 2015

January 2015

Ian Miller | Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Reading the Leaves: The Paleoecology and Paleolatitude of the Early Cretaceous (Albian) Winthrop Formation, Washington State, USA

February 2015

John Humphrey | Colorado School of Mines

Overview of a Giant Resource Play: Vaca Muerta Formation, Neuquen Basin, Argentina

March 2015

Kitty Milliken | Bureau of Economic Geology, UT-Austin

Proposed Compositional Classification of Fine-grained Sedimentary Rocks

April 2015

Jesse Pisel | Colorado School of Mines

Influence of Lateral Boundary Conditions on Fluvial Channel-belt Clustering and Connectivity

June 2015

Bob Raynolds | Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Colorado's stratigraphy re-charted, reveals patterns in deposition and erosion

September 2015

Gus Gustason | Enerplus

Playing Battleship in the Powder River Basin - exploring for isolated, shelf sandstone bodies and associated halo plays of the Wall Creek and upper Turner Sandstone

October 2015

James Hagadorn | Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Colorado's newest mass extinction: Weird facies and cool fossils from the end-Devonian Dyer Formation

December 2015

Don Rasmussen | Paradox Basin Data

Subsurface and surface stratigraphic evidence for surface extrusions of Pennsylvanian Paradox salt beginning in the Early Permian and still happening, Paradox Basin, SE Utah and SW Colorado