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SEPM Clastic Diagenesis Research Group

Clastic Diagenesis

Who is this community?

The clastics diagenesis research group focuses on the chemical and mineral changes in clastic rock, especially those affecting  porosity and permeability.

Annual Meeting Update

Date: Wednesday, September 30 from 5-8 PM

Venue: The SEPM Clastic Diagenesis Group met Virtually

2020 Organizer: T. Kosanke

Talks and Presentations:

I.     Mohamed A.K. El-Gahli: “Using diagenesis as a tool for identifying sequence boundary and transgressive surface: an example from the bounding surface between the Cambrian Amin and Miqrat formations, Sultanate of Oman”
II. Wayne K. Camp: "Norphlet Sandstone Diagenesis: Shell Oil Appomattox MC 392 #1"
III.   Tobi Kosanke: “Characterization of Reservoir Quality in Lacustrine Turbidites, Pannonian Basin: A Multidisciplinary Approach”

Report: COMING SOON


Questions for this research group? Please contact one of the organizers (listed above) or SEPM headquarters: Cassie Turley, cturley@sepm.org.

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