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How Seismic and Sequence Stratigraphy Have Advanced: 40 Years after AAPG Memoir 26 and 30 Years after SEPM Special Publication 42

In honor of the 100th Anniversary of AAPG, and in recognition of major contributions to the science of basin analysis and worldwide exploration, the ACE 2017 SEPM Annual Symposium will be jointly sponsored by SEPM and AAPG with a focus on the historical contributions, advances in and future of the science of sequence and seismic stratigraphy. This symposium is prompted by the 40th anniversary of the publication of AAPG memoir 26 and SEPM Special Publication 42, both seminal compendiums that captured the rapidly evolving science of basin stratigraphy and global implications for stratigraphic understanding, as well as forging linkages between stratigraphy, sedimentology and geomorphology. The oral session, which includes invited talks from R. Mitchum, K. Bohacs, R. Sarg, H. Posamentier, G. Eberli and a raft of other prominent names in both research and application of these concepts, will be followed the next day with a poster session on the theme on Wednesday, April 4.

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How Seismic and Sequence Stratigraphy Have Advanced: 40 Years after AAPG Memoir 26 and 30 Years after SEPM Special Publication 42

In honor of the 100th Anniversary of AAPG, and in recognition of major contributions to the science of basin analysis and worldwide exploration, the ACE 2017 SEPM Annual Symposium will be jointly sponsored by SEPM and AAPG with a focus on the historical contributions, advances in and future of the science of sequence and seismic stratigraphy. This symposium is prompted by the 40th anniversary of the publication of AAPG memoir 26 and SEPM Special Publication 42, both seminal compendiums that captured the rapidly evolving science of basin stratigraphy and global implications for stratigraphic understanding, as well as forging linkages between stratigraphy, sedimentology and geomorphology. The oral session, which includes invited talks from R. Mitchum, K. Bohacs, R. Sarg, H. Posamentier, G. Eberli and a raft of other prominent names in both research and application of these concepts, will be followed the next day with a poster session on the theme on Wednesday, April 4.

Panel_34796 Panel_34796 Theme 12: SEPM-AAPG Research Symposium Tuesday, 04 April, 2017 Tuesday, 04 April, 2017 8:00 AM 11:50 AM

Morning

Introductory Remarks
The Whys and Wherefores of Geochemistry and Basin Modeling From Exploration to Production
R. Patience, F. Baur
Source Rocks in the Caribbean Plate
L. M. Bernardo, C. Bartolini
Carotenoid-Derived Biomarkers as Geochemical Tools for Petroleum Exploration and Paleoreconstruction
R. E. Summons, D. Rocher, C. Barrie, K. French, J. E. Zumberge
A Comparative Study of the Primary Geological and Geochemical Controls on Coal-Sourced Natural Gas Accumulations in the US and China
G. S. Ellis, D. Xia, J. Dai, Y. Ni, J. Mi, G. Hu, S. Greb, C. Eble, J. Hower, M. McGlue
Refreshment Break
Geochemistry and Origin of Formation Waters From the Lower Eagle Ford Shale, South Central Texas
M. Engle, C. Doolan, M. S. Varonka, W. H. Orem, P. B. McMahon, S. L. Ray
Guidelines for Kinetic Input to Basin and Petroleum System Models
K. E. Peters, A. K. Burnham, C. C. Walters, O. Schenk
San Andres Play in the Northwest Shelf: A New Insight on Its Petroleum Systems From Oil Geochemistry
L. M. Rodriguez, C. Gong
Unravelling Complex Petroleum Filling History of Great White Field by 4-D Integrated Petroleum Systems Approach
S. K. Sahoo, L. Dzou, A. Hospedales, A. S. Afifi, D. Dailey, H. Jin, L. Becker, T. Lapinski, D. Steinhoff, G. Ritter, T. Jia, G. Pfau
Petroleum Systems Modelling of the Perth Basin, Western Australia
K. A. Ghori

Afternoon

Introductory Remarks
Refreshment Break

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