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‘World-Class Exposures’ Offered in ACE Field Trips

‘World-Class Exposures’ Offered in ACE Field Trips

‘World-Class Exposures’ Offered in ACE Field Trips

‘World-Class Exposures’ Offered in ACE Field Trips

AAPG EXPLORER correspondent Susan Eaton recently made a third scientific trip to Antarctica, and on the journey saw this sight: A thrust contact at Godthul, South Georgia (of “Good Harbor” to the Norwegian whalers), mapped by geologists from the British Antarctic Survey, between the overlying Cumberland Bay Formation turbidites (which contain Aptian-Albian fossils) and the underlying Sandebugten turbidites. Photo courtesy of Jonathan Goodmacher.

AAPG EXPLORER correspondent Susan Eaton recently made a third scientific trip to Antarctica, and on the journey saw this sight: A thrust contact at Godthul, South Georgia (of “Good Harbor” to the Norwegian whalers), mapped by geologists from the British Antarctic Survey, between the overlying Cumberland Bay Formation turbidites (which contain Aptian-Albian fossils) and the underlying Sandebugten turbidites. Photo courtesy of Jonathan Goodmacher.

‘World-Class Exposures’ Offered in ACE Field Trips

‘World-Class Exposures’ Offered in ACE Field Trips

Overlooked by past operators – and even some geologists – the Uteland Butte is indicative of a lacustrine environment and is mainly limestone, dolomite, organic rich calcareous mudstone and siltstone, with some thin sandstones. Photos, graphic courtesy of Michael Vanden Berg

Overlooked by past operators – and even some geologists – the Uteland Butte is indicative of a lacustrine environment and is mainly limestone, dolomite, organic rich calcareous mudstone and siltstone, with some thin sandstones. Photos, graphic courtesy of Michael Vanden Berg

‘Shale Adventure’ on Alaska’s North Slope - TAPS at Slope Mountain, upper Torok and lower Nanushuk formations in background. Photos courtesy of David Houseknecht

‘Shale Adventure’ on Alaska’s North Slope - TAPS at Slope Mountain, upper Torok and lower Nanushuk formations in background. Photos courtesy of David Houseknecht

Course plus field trip - Fractured Reservoirs: From Geologic Concepts To Reservoir Models, 8-12 September 2014, Casper, Wyoming

Course plus field trip - Fractured Reservoirs: From Geologic Concepts To Reservoir Models, 8-12 September 2014, Casper, Wyoming

Recumbent, chevron folds found at Crystal Cove State Park, near Laguna Beach, Calif.

Recumbent, chevron folds found at Crystal Cove State Park, near Laguna Beach, Calif.

Out-of-phase detachment folds and low-angle faults in the Monterey Formation at “the Boathouse” section, Vandenberg Air Force Base

Out-of-phase detachment folds and low-angle faults in the Monterey Formation at “the Boathouse” section, Vandenberg Air Force Base

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