Teach graduate students the principles, concepts, and methodologies of sequence stratigraphy.
This two-day short course is designed to teach graduate students the principles, concepts, and methodologies of sequence stratigraphy. Sequence stratigraphy is a methodology that uses stratal surfaces to subdivide the stratigraphic record. This methodology allows the identification of coeval facies, documents the time-transgressive nature of classic lithostratigraphic units, and provides geoscientists with an additional way to analyze and subdivide the stratigraphic record. Using exercises that utilizes outcrop, core, well-log and seismic data, this course provides hands-on experience for learning sequence stratigraphy. The exercises include classic case studies from which many sequence stratigraphic concepts were originally developed.
Limit: 40 people
Includes: Atlas of Exercises, color pencils and refreshments
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