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Comparative Sedimentology Laboratory

Annual Review Meeting

 

Invitation to the

2019 Annual Review Meeting and Field Trip

 

The annual review meeting of the CSL – Center for Carbonate Research will be held October 21-22, 2019 in Miami at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (RSMAS) on Virginia Key. We will report the results of the ongoing projects and discuss the planned projects for the coming year. A list of the projects covered during the meeting is listed in the meeting program section below.

 

The meeting will begin at 8:30 AM on Monday, October 21st in the seminar room at the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science (RSMAS), 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway. The seminar room is in the Science/Administration Bldg., Room 103 (follow signs). We will not be providing transportation to the meeting. The review meeting will end early afternoon on Tuesday, October 22nd.

In the afternoon of October 22nd there will be an introduction to the field trip.

This year’s field trip (October 23-27, 2019) will be to Belize. The objectives of the field trip will be: 1) Analysis of reef types, 2) Scale and geometry of carbonate build-ups, and 3) Coexistence of carbonate and siliciclastic sediments.

Logistics

Annual Review Meeting – October 21-22, 2019

Please arrive in Miami by the evening of October 20th. The University of Miami has a special corporate rate with several hotels in Coconut Grove. We recommend you make a reservation at Hotel Aria in Coconut Grove:

Hotel Aria in Coconut Grove

2889 McFarlane Road

Coconut Grove, FL 33133

If the Aria is full, you might want to consider the Mayfair Hotel & Spa:

Mayfair Hotel & Spa

3000 Florida Avenue

Coconut Grove, FL 33133

Both of these hotels are only a 15-20 minute taxi ride from Coconut Grove to RSMAS.

Field Trip – October 23-27, 2019

Please extend your hotel reservation in Miami for departure on October 23rd. The field trip participants will fly to Belize City, Belize where they will board a boat that will take them to South Water Caye. The field trip ends on Sunday, October 27th at the Belize International Airport in Belize City early enough to get the flights out of Belize City, which all leave around noon.

Registration

Please register for the meeting and the field trip by e-mail or phone as soon as possible with Karen Neher. Her email address is kneher@rsmas.miami.edu and her phone number is (305) 421-4684.

Registration deadline for the fieldtrip is Friday, August 9, 2019. 

Registration for the meeting is Friday, September 20, 2019.

We hope to see many of you at the meeting. Please share this information with your colleagues.

 

Best regards,

 

 

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Meeting Program

MONDAY OCTOBER 21, 2019 Morning
     
8:30

Breakfast

 
 
 
 
   
9:00

Welcome and Introduction

 
  Gregor P. Eberli
 
 
   
9:15

Seasonal Control of the GBB Whitings Mud Factory by Climate and Currents

 
  Sam Purkis, Amanda Oehlert, Heather Hunter, Peter Swart, Paul (Mitch) Harris, Thomas Dobbelaere, and Emmanuel Hanert
 
 
   
9:30

Sediment Production and Transport Atop Great Bahama Bank: Insights From Fair- and Storm-Weather Conditions on the Andros Platform

 
  Cecilia Lopez-Gamundi, Sam Purkis, Paul (Mitch) Harris, Thomas Dobbelaere, and Emmanuel Hanert
 
 
   
9:45

Quantitative observations of sediment generation dynamics in a modern ooid tidal channel: Joulter Cays

 
  Miles Frazer, Paul (Mitch) Harris, Imelda Johnson, Juan Carlos, Mingyue Wu, and Sam Purkis
 
 
   
10:00

Facies Dynamics of High-Energy Atoll Margins in the Chagos Archipelago

 
  Mingyue Wu, Sam Purkis, and Paul (Mitch) Harris
 
 
   
10:15

Coffee Break

 
 
 
 
   
10:45

Quantitative Comparative Sedimentology - Role in Subsurface Reservoir Modeling

 
  Paul (Mitch) Harris and Sam Purkis
 
 
   
11:05

Deep Ocean Currents Control on Sediment Distribution and Coral Growth on the Northern Manihiki Plateau

 
  Sara Bashah, Kimberly C. Galvez, Gregor P. Eberli, Shirley A. Pomponi, Deborah Glickson and Diva Amon
 
 
   
11:20

Temperatures of Benthic Waters through Climate Cycles in the Straits of Florida

 
  Kimberly C. Galvez, Peter K. Swart, Gregor P. Eberli, Mark Grasmueck, Claudia Wienberg, Dierk Hebbeln, Thierry Mulder
 
 
   
11:35

The Elucidation of Dolomitization in Deep Water Bahamian Sediments using Sulphur, Calcium, Magnesium, and Clumped Isotopes

 
  Peter K. Swart, Sean Murray, Higgins John, and Holmden C.
 
 
   
12:00

Lunch

 
 
 
 
   
MONDAY OCTOBER 21, 2019 Afternoon
     
13:15

Introduction to the Vaca Muerta Project

 
  Gregor P. Eberli
 
 
   
13:30

Southern shelf-margin evolution of the Vaca Muerta - Picún Leufú system

 
  Laura E. Rueda, Gregor P. Eberli, Michael Zeller, Liliana Plata Sarmiento, Max Tenaglia, and Ralf J. Weger
 
 
   
13:45

Integrating Acoustic Impedance, Seismic, Well and Outcrop Data to Model TOC in the Vaca Muerta, Neuquén Basin, Argentina

 
  Max Tenaglia, Ralf J. Weger, Gregor P. Eberli, Laura E. Rueda, Donald F. McNeill, Leticia Rodriguez Blanco, and Peter K. Swart
 
 
   
14:00

Lateral Facies Variability and Concretion Occurrences in the Vaca Muerta Formation

 
  Ralf J. Weger, Leticia Rodríguez Blanco, Peter K. Swart, and Gregor P. Eberli
 
 
   
14:15

Coffee Break

 
 
 
 
   
14:45

Porosity in Marine Concretions of the Late Jurassic Vaca Muerta Formation, Argentina

 
  Donald F. McNeill, G. Michael Grammer, and Ibukun Bode-Omoleye
 
 
   
15:00

Carbonate concretions: A Comparison of Diagenesis and Formational Mechanisms using Stable (C, O, and S) and Clumped Isotopes

 
  Megan Smith, Don F. McNeill, and Peter K. Swart
 
 
   
15:15

A Reassessment of Clumped Isotope Geospeedometry (∆47) and Implications for Basin Maturity

 
  Chaojin Lu and Peter K. Swart
 
 
   
15:30

Carbonate Contourite Drifts and the Petroleum System

 
  Gregor P. Eberli
 
 
   
16:30

Reception

 
 
 
 
   
18:15

Return to Hotel

 
 
 
 
   
TUESDAY OCTOBER 22, 2019 Morning
     
8:30

Breakfast

 
 
 
 
   
9:00

Architecture and Sedimentology of the Cretaceous Maiella Delta Drift 

 
  Gregor P. Eberli, Ralf J. Weger, Daniel Bernoulli, James Bishop, Adam Vecsei, Maria Mutti, and Mara R. Diaz
 
 
   
9:15

Assessing Lithoclast Distribution in Grainstone Drift Deposits with the Pondview Seismic Attribute 

 
  Mark Grasmueck, Gregor P. Eberli, and David Viggiano
 
 
   
9:30

Comparing Sonic Velocity and Resistivity of Miocene Drift Deposits in the Maldives to Cretaceous Drift Deposits in Maiella, Italy

 
  Emma Giddens, Gregor P. Eberli, and Ralf J. Weger
 
 
   
9:45

Seismic Images of the Chicxulub Crater and the Yucatan Platform

 
  Elizabeth Guzman, and Eduardo Aguayo Camargo
 
 
   
10:00

Coffee Break

 
 
 
 
   
10:30

Statistical Pattern Analysis of the Nullarbor Plain (Southern Australia): An Analog for Subsurface Karst

 
  Lisa Tanh, Sam Purkis, Michael Zeller, Fabio Lapponi, Christian Gram, Gregor Eberli, and Paul (Mitch) Harris
 
 
   
10:45

Statistical Detection of Diagenetic Surfaces using Rolling Window Regression Analysis of Stable Carbon and Oxygen Isotopes

 
  Amanda Oehlert and Peter K. Swart
 
 
   
11:00

The Signature of Sulfur Isotopes and Diagenesis: A comparison of material from the Bahamas, Maldives, Pacific, and Australia

 
  Evan Moore and Peter K. Swart
 
 
   
11:15

Twin Clumped Proxies and Beyond: A New Clumped Isotope Proxy, Δ48

 
  Peter K. Swart, Chaojin Lu, Evan Moore, Ralf J. Weger, and Megan Smith
 
 
   
11:45

Lunch

 
 
 
 
   
13:15

Future Projects 

 
 
 
 
   
14:30

Core Workshop*

  • Vaca Muerta Formation
  • Belize modern environments

*The cores will stay on display on Wednesday and Thursday for viewing 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
   
 

 

 

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