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Research program focused on the sedimentology, stratigraphy, and reservoir quality of deep-water lobes.
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Aurૐlia Nov 18
Amazing fieldtrip in the looking at stunning deep-water lobes outcrops of the with a fantastic group of sponsors with so much discussions on and of course
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Lobe3 Nov 8
And so the Neuqeun basin Lobe3 sponsors workshop comes to a close. Thanks to all the sponsors who made it out. Looking forward to seeing you all in the Karoo next year!
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SEE_Fluids Nov 8
Happy . We've just completed a successful first fill of our newly rennovated flume.
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Lobe3 Nov 6
Today we had some overqualified profess(or)ional poster holders. 😂 We also saw some lovely deepwater lobes that make up part of PhD.
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Lobe3 Nov 5
Putting our sponsors to work logging the lobes of the Los Molles in the Jardinera area of the Neuquen basin. Not a bad spot for lunch either.
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stratleeds Nov 3
It is a wonderful section. We are thinking that the angular relationships up the road above the main muddy debrite are related to thrusting at the base of a slide - the dipping beds are tabular and seems to repeat section. Needs detailed logging.
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Zoë Cumberpatch May 16
Excited to be giving my first lunch and learn to one of our sponsors! Stay away jetlag!
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Tim W 26 Mar 19
What an amazing two weeks field assisting for Rachel Healy and Dave Lee in the Karoo. So hot but so worth it.
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Lobe3 4 Dec 18
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Lobe3 18 Nov 18
Replying to @Strat_traps
Awesome work; congrats to you and Damjan on all your efforts! We can’t wait to see what you’ve discovered. !!! 👏🏻🙌🏾
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Ander Martinez-Doñate 17 Nov 18
The first field season of the PhD is finished. Time to go back to Manchester and work with the acquired data. Very happy to have the opportunity to work in this challenging basin in the project!
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Ander Martinez-Doñate 11 Nov 18
1)Arrive 6am to the outcrops, to get ahead of the usual midday storm that has made the fieldwork impossible for 3 consecutive days. 2) It has started raining in the 1st minute.
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Ander Martinez-Doñate 8 Nov 18
No geologist were harmed during the filming of this video, two complete logs were lost 🌬. Don't try this at home.
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Lobe3 8 Nov 18
. data collection NEVER stops! and Damjan do battle with super-high 💨 in the Neuquen Basin, 🇦🇷. Well, those deepwater clastics ain’t gonna log themselves! 👊🏼😲
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Lobe3 4 Nov 18
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stratleeds 2 Nov 18
The view of the bird attack from the - more syn-rift (top of hill) to post-rift transition in the background - Catan-Lil depocentre - stomping ground.
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Christopher Jackson 1 Nov 18
Yesterday sucked for several reasons, so it was nice when my mood was temporarily lifted by some birds attacking the as collected data! 🐦vs.🚁=😲
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Lobe3 1 Nov 18
Some Lower Jurassic ammonite swag* from the Los Molles Fm mudstones. *N.B. this is not “swag”, as it’s illegal to remove paleotological materials from the province without prior permission. Beautiful nonetheless though! 😍
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Lobe3 1 Nov 18
As and head home, Damjan and prepare to continue their PhD studies of deepwater rocks in the Neuquen Basin, 🇦🇷. We’d say they have a lovely field area 😍!!!
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Lobe3 1 Nov 18
Under brooding skies, the team get to work on the deepwater rocks of the Neuquen Basin, 🇦🇷. Thanks for the logging sheets! 🙌🏻🙌🏾
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