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PESA Western Australia

April 2021

Thursday, 15 April @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm (Australia/Perth time)
Pan Pacific Perth, 207 Adelaide Terrace,
Perth, wa 6000 Australia

PESA WA Technical April lunch talk- The role of geoscientists in the move to a low carbon future.

WA

Hosted with thanks to our Platinum Sponsors Business Events Perth: And our Gold Sponsors DUG,  Katalyst Data Management and PetroDip             PESA WA invites you to our April technical luncheon on Thursday 15th April “The role of geoscientists in the move to a low carbon future” Presented by Jayne Baird Abstract The energy industry is facing the challenges and opportunities of a transition to a low carbon future. Geoscientists are used to the cyclic nature…

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Tuesday, 20 April @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (Australia/Perth time)
GotoWebinar (ONLINE EVENT SERVICE), The internet Australia

LIVE WEBINAR – An Out of This World Concept, Sequence Stratigraphy and Mars

Kindly supported by Rock Flow dynamics   This live webinar will take place at: 11am              – Perth 12.30pm       – Darwin, Adelaide 1pm                – Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Sydney Use the calendar link on this page to add this event in to your own calendar at the correct local time for your location. Tickets are free for members (please log in to see this) and $10…

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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.

WA

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

WA

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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Tuesday, 4 May @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (Australia/Perth time)
GotoWebinar (ONLINE EVENT SERVICE), The internet Australia

LIVE WEBINAR – Towards a Digital Twin of Earth – Insights from Numerical Models of Tectonics, Paleogeography and Landscape Evolution

Kindly supported by Rock Flow dynamics   This live webinar will take place at: 11am              – Perth 12.30pm       – Darwin, Adelaide 1pm                – Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Sydney Use the calendar link on this page to add this event in to your own calendar at the correct local time for your location. Tickets are free for members (please log in to see this) and $10…

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