Doug Paul is giving a talk on his paper Identifying Lower Silurian Niagaran (Guelph) Formation Reefs with 3D Seismic in the Michigan Basin at the Geophysical Society of Pittsburgh Meeting on October 3.
For more information and a full abstract on Doug’s presentation, visit the GSP site.
If you’d like to contact Doug regarding his talk, you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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