January/February Cover Photo: Sand Dunes – Death Valley. This area of sand dunes, located at Mesquite Flat in Death Valley National Park, California, is one of the few in North America with large, well-developed dunes. Sediments derived from the Cottonwood Mountains to the north and west are transported into the valley in the huge alluvial fans visible in the middle distance. Grains of quartz and feldspar are reworked by strong winds in the valley bottom to form dunes up to 30 m in height. The Funeral Mountains on the horizon consist of Precambrian metamorphic rocks, Cambrian to Mississippian sedimentary rocks and Miocene to Recent sedimentary and volcanic rocks. Photo: Gary Prost

Issue Highlights

RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO THE WORKING GEOLOGIST:
     - Talking with Architects - Brad Hayes
     - The Evolution of Canstrat
     - Resources Available to the working Geoscientists
     - Flowing Conventional Duvernay Oil not Pursued by Industry. Why?

SOCIETY NEWS:
     - 2017 Gussow Wrap-up
     - Financial Overview of the CSPG - 2017 Fiscal Year
      - Recognizing A World Class Resource - The AER Core Research Centre   

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The Reservoir is the CSPG's monthly magazine that offers informative industry articles and commentaries, highlights on upcoming industry events, conferences details and other information to over 3300 industry professionals in Canada and abroad. The Reservoir is published 11 times per year and provides various promotional opportunities such as standard advertising, inserts, stitched outserts and onserts.

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Travis Hobbs | travis.hobbs@encana.com

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Reservoir Submission Guidelines

  • All reservoir submission must be sent via email to Emma MacPherson. Please contact her via email with questions. Articles should be submitted in electronic format in Microsoft Word in Arial 9-point font and double-spaced. Spell out all units of measure and acronyms. Please entitle your email "Reservoir Submission", with articles submitted as attachments instead of in the body of the email. 

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  • The Reservoir maintains high editorial standards. Articles should be written for the interest and benefit of Reservoir readers, which includes the entire CSPG membership and is made up geoscientists, managers, executives, consultants, and academia. Articles should not be written to promote a particular product or company.

  • CSPG does not accept articles that have been printed in other publications/websites or that have been simultaneously submitted to other publications/websites for review. It is understood that the article submitted is the author’s original work and contains no plagiarism or copyright violations.

  • CSPG reserves the right to edit submitted articles; however, authors will be notified if significant editing changes are needed. Every attempt is made to preserve the integrity and voice of the original work.

  • All submissions will be reviewed by the technical editors, who reserve the right to choose not to print any submission.

  • CSPG is eager to publish a diverse range of articles, abstracts and photos, and are particularly looking for new series. 

  •  There are no absolute limits on length of articles.