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April 2021

Thursday, 22 April @ 6:00 pm - 8:15 pm (Australia/Perth time)
Pan Pacific Perth, 207 Adelaide Terrace,
Perth, wa 6000 Australia

PESA WA : Evening talk – Sedimentology of the Gascoyne river. An analogy for the Mungaroo.


Hosted with thanks to our sponsors:   The Gascoyne Delta, Western Australia – a wave-dominated, tide-influenced, ephemeral flood-prone fluvial system along a dryland coast; a useful partial-analogue for facies juxtaposition in ancient deltaic reservoirs of the North West Shelf.   Simon C. Lang1 & Robert Seggie2 1 Centre for Energy Geoscience, School of Earth Science, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia. simon.lang@uwa.edu.au Robert Seggie, SeggieGeoscience, Nedlands, Perth, Australia. seggiegeoscience@gmail.com   Marine deltas are shaped by the dominance of fluvial outflow…

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May 2021

Saturday, 1 May - Sunday, 2 May (Australia/Perth time)
Wintersun Caravan Park, Carnarvon, 546 Robinson Street
Carnarvon, WA 6701 Australia

PESA WA Field trip and core workshop 2021 – Gascoyne Delta


Core workshop and Field trip 27th April and 1st - 2nd May The Gascoyne River delta and adjacent coastal plain is a useful partial analogue for the Mesozoic reservoir systems on the North West Shelf of Australia, and especially the Triassic Mungaroo-Brigadier, and Jurassic Plover/Legendre fluvial-deltaic reservoirs. This field workshop will examine the modern depositional processes and their products from the updip fluvial axis to the lower delta plain and adjacent coastal plain where wave-tide processes modify the river generated…

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