Geo Education Themed Edition
In the northern hemisphere the autumnal equinox is now long past and on cold but clear days fall colours frame an iridescent sky, brilliantly illuminated by the glare of the low-lying sun. As the days shorten people everywhere are driven to the relative shelter of their homes, places of work and study. Here at GEO ExPro we like to use these seasonal indicators to remind you of the depth and range of articles in our archive.
So, as students of all kinds dust down their trusted tomes and ready themselves for the challenges of a new academic year we have put together a series of themed articles that will help you to quickly research a variety of fundamental and essential geoscience topics. Each of the articles listed below has been carefully selected, by 'click-rate' and 'reader popularity', as being amongst the most readable and informative within the archive.
What you will find in our Archive
A Simple Guide to Seismic Inversion by Ashley Francis, Earthworks Reservoir
Gravity for Hydrocarbon Exploration by Christine Fichler; Col. Eds: Martin Landrø and Lasse Amundsen
A Simple Guide to Seismic Amplitudes and Detuning by Ashley Francis, Earthworks Reservoir
Rich Petroleum Source Rocks by Rasoul Sorkhabi, Ph.D
A Simple Guide to Volumetrics by Ashley Francis, Earthworks Reservoir
Unlocking the Earth - A Short History of Hydraulic Fracturing by Michael Quentin Morton
Know Your Faults! Part I by Rasoul Sorkhabi, Ph.D
Know Your Faults! Part II by Rasoul Sorkhabi, Ph.D
Folds and Folding - Part I by Rasoul Sorkhabi, Ph.D
Folds and Folding - Part II by Rasoul Sorkhabi, Ph.D
Fracture, Fracture Everywhere - Part I by Rasoul Sorkhabi, Ph.D
Fracture, Fracture Everywhere - Part II by Rasoul Sorkhabi, Ph.D
Back to Source Rocks: Part I by Rasoul Sorkhabi, Ph.D.
Oil and Gas Exploration in East Africa: A Brief History by Peter Purcell, P&R Geological Consultants Pty Ltd.
This list of educational articles is by no means exhaustive, so make sure to use the Filter at the top of this page to search under the terms Geo Education, Geo Physics, etc. for more articles of interest.