Field Seminars

The following field seminars are immediately available and have been run by KICC faculty, either for one company or for participants from several companies.  These and other seminar courses can be designed and scheduled to fit participant needs.

– Miocene-Pliocene Photozoan & Heterozoan Carbonate Complexes: Controls on Sequence Stratigraphy and Porosity Distribution, Almeria, Spain (FIELD COURSE – Run on Demand) Contact: Evan Franseen (evanf@kgs.ku.edu) or Bob Goldstein (gold@ku.edu)

– Paleozoic Carbonates of the Guadalupe and Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico and Texas (FIELD COURSE – Run on Demand) Contact: Evan Franseen (evanf@kgs.ku.edu) or Bob Goldstein (gold@ku.edu)

– Controls on Miocene Carbonate and Mixed Carbonate-Siliciclastic Systems in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic (FIELD COURSE – Run on Demand) Contact: Evan Franseen (evanf@kgs.ku.edu)

– Improved Models for Exploration- and Production-Scale Heterogeneity on Isolated Carbonate Platforms: Holocene and Pleistocene of Crooked-Acklins Platform, Southern Bahamas (FIELD COURSE – Run on demand, also offered through Nautilus)  Contact: Gene Rankey (grankey@ku.edu).

– Along- and Across-Strike Heterogeneity of Holocene Reef, Ooid Sand Shoal, and Foreslope Systems: Western Abaco Islands, Bahamas (FIELD COURSE – Run on Demand)  Contact: Gene Rankey (grankey@ku.edu).

 

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