Tuesday, August 16th, 2022
 

Time

Talk Title

Speaker

 

BREAKFAST

8:00-8:30

Conference Welcome + Introduction

 

8:30-8:35

Session: Non-Marine and Microbial Carbonates

8:35-9:00

Keratolite-stromatolite, the earliest known invertebrate-microbial reef community

Jeong-Hyun Lee

Chungnam National University

9:00-9:25

Non-Marine and Microbial Carbonates

Maija J. Raudsepp

University of Alberta

9:25-9:50

Microbial Carbonates of Shaybarah Island, Central Red Sea, Saudi Arabia – A unique assemblage of Stromatolites, Polygonal Tepees and Beach Rocks

Volker Vahrenkamp

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

9:50-10:20

BREAK

10:20-10:45

Indigenous microbial communities as catalysts for early marine cements: an in vitro study

Gregor Eberli

University of Miami

10:45-11:10

Microfacies and Statistical Analysis of Lower Triassic (Smithian) Microbial-Dominated Teepees and Associated Deposits in the Timpoweap Limestone, basal Moenkopi Formation, in Southwestern Utah

Sarah Naone

Brigham Young University

 11:10-11:35  Internal wave OMZ nutrient model for cyclical facies shoaling from cross bedded glauconitic sand to thrombolytic bank, Cambrian Trempealeau Formation, Huron County, Ohio

David L. Jeffery

Marietta College

 

Session: Diagenesis

11:40-12:05

Strain-localization during fault-controlled dolomitization; insights from integrated petrographical, geochemical, and geomechanical analyses

 Cole McCormick

University of Manchester

12:05-1:05

LUNCH

1:05-1:30

Decompressing the Devonian: Aquifer Characterization and Management at the Kearl Oilsands Mine Lauren Eggie

1:30-1:55

Reassessing Dolomitization Models for the Smackover Formation, Southeastern Gulf Coast, U.S.A.

Bradford E. Prather

University of Kansas

1:55-2:20

The origin and architecture of late Jurassic Arab-D dolomites: Clues from petrographic, geochemical and drone-based analysis of a well-exposed outcrop reservoir analogue, Central Saudi Arabia

Gaurav Siddharth Gairola

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

2:20-2:45

Understanding processes governing solution-collapse and subsequent diagenetic features

Eivind Block Vagle

University of Manchester

2:45-3:20

BREAK

3:20-3:45

Dolomitization by Tidal-pressure-driven Chemical Cycling in Organic-Rich Carbonate Sediments

Paul A. Washington

Salona Exploration LLC

3:45-4:10

Stylolites in limestones: Conduits to fluid flow?

Sreetama Aich

IIT Bombay

4:10-4:35

Paleofluid flow and hydrothermal dolomitization: petrographic and geochemical evidence from foreland vs. intracratonic sedimentary basins

Ihsan Al-Aasm

University of Windsor

 

 4:35-5:00 The Role of Carbonate Sedimentology and Diagenesis in Constraining Ancient Carbonate Stratigraphic Frameworks and Pleistocene-Holocene Climate Change Records  Charlie Kerans

University of Texas at Austin

 

Thursday, August 18th, 2022

Time

Talk Title

Speaker

 

BREAKFAST

8:00-8:05

Session: Big Data and Digital Techniques

8:05-8:30

The Visual Display of Quantitative Geologic Data

John B. Dunham

Retired

8:30-8:55

Using Decision Tree-Based Machine Learning to Predict Core-Calibrated, Shale Facies from Wireline Logs in the Duvernay Formation

Elisabeth G. Rau

Baylor University

8:55-9:20

Multi-scale Satellite Observations on Whitings from Little and Great Bahama Bank, 2000-2022

R. Jude Wilber

CORSAGE Research Group

9:20-9:45

The importance of borehole image logs in evaluating carbonates in the subsurface: insights from the Brazil Pre-Salt

Andrea Nolting

ExxonMobil

9:45-10:20

BREAK

 

Session: Carbonate Deposition

10:20-10:45

A Tale of Storm Deposition – Formation of South Joulter Cay, Great Bahama Bank

Juan Carlos Laya

Texas A&M University

10:45-11:10

Carbonate factories and reefs response to deltas and/or global controls: Jurassic-Cretaceous giga-platform offshore Nova Scotia Canada and Baltimore Canyon Trough USA

Leslie Eliuk

GeoTours Consulting

11:10-11:35

Depositional and Stratigraphic Differences in the Permian San Andres and Clearfork Formations that Cause Large Differences in Oil Production, Permian Basin, USA

Art Saller

Consultant

11:35-12:00

Influence of seasonal sediment input on patch reefs and marginal fringing reefs in the Kambaniru deltaic embayment, Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

John-Paul Zonnenveld

University of Alberta

12:00-1:00

LUNCH

 

Session: Carbonate Deposition

1:05-1:30

Paleoecological Response and Facies Evolution in Response to Extrinsic Drivers During the Pennsylvanian-Permian Transition, Paradox Basin, SE Utah

Stephanie J. White

Baylor University

1:30-1:55

High frequency sequence stratigraphy of Pennsylvanian-Lower Permian carbonate successions of the Robledo Mountains, New Mexico, and the Carnic Alps, Austria: A record of the acme and demise of the late Paleozoic ice age

Daniel Calvo Gonzalez

University of Calgary

1:55-2:20

How differential biogenic sediment production impact the stratigraphic architecture of carbonate systems: a stratigraphic forward modelling study of Miocene Llucmajor platform

Timothy O. Tella

University of Potsdam

2:20-2:45

   The importance of evaluating the overprint of local-scale controls on eustatically-driven sequence stratigraphic frameworks: An example from the Early Cretaceous Pettet Formation, East Texas, USA Kelly E. Hattori

University of Texas at Austin

2:45-3:20

BREAK

 

Session: Deepwater Carbonates

3:20-3:45

Not in the shadow of the Escarpment-Deposition of the middle Cambrian Burgess Shale and Monarch Formation adjacent to the Cathederal Carbonate Platform reconsidered. Paul Johnston

3:45-4:10

Reinterpretations of re-sedimented deepwater carbonates: Examples from the Permian Basin, southeast New Mexico and west Texas, U.S.A.

Buddy Price

University of Texas at Austin

4:10-4:35

Large-Scale Suspension, Shedding and Settling of Shallow Water Carbonate Sediment to Deep Water Settings: Findings from the Carbonate Factories of the Tropical Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans

R. Jude Wilber

CORSAGE Research Group

4:35-5:00

Identification of a thermal maturation high and revised maturity map of the Duvernay Formation

David “Bart” Yeates

Baylor University

 


*Schedule is subject to change.
*Some session presenters are to be confirmed and may be subject to change.