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Outcrop analogs for fluvial geomodeling applications
Type:
Field Trip

Length:
7 Days
CEU:
0
PDH:
0

Fee:
$4500 USD

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Upcoming Sessions
There is currently no upcoming sessions available for this course. Please check back later!
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Course Description
There is ever increasing need for better geomodels. Fluvial reservoirs post several challenges due to the inherent heterogeneity. Some heterogeneities such as orientation of channels may be an insignificant uncertainty in most cases, whereas others such as aspect (Width/Thickness) ratios do matter. So how does one decide what uncertainties need to be included and which can be left out? how does one derive input parameters such as channel width, channel belt width? and sinuosity?

This course is designed for development geologists, geomodelers and engineers who have the tough task of managing fluvial reservoirs.
Colorado offers fantastic opportunities where different fluvial reservoir types (low-sinuosity braided, low N:G meandering, and high N:G meandering) can be studied in spectacular outcrops. Our field-trip not only has several classroom-based lectures and workshops that will get you up-to-speed on fluvial sedimentology and stratigraphy, but has several field-based exercises that will leave a lasting impression of large-scale alluvial architecture.
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Who Should Attend
This course is designed for geoscientists and reservoir engineers who primarily focus on fluvial successions, especially those involved in building or updating geomodels.
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