Abstract Submission

 

CALL FOR PAPERS
GCAGS 2018 CONVENTION
SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA
SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 2, 2018

 

How many times have you recently pulled out or downloaded a GCAGS paper for reference data? It is such a significant data source!

Now is the time to present your valuable research and share your ideas with a large group of your peers on a wide scope of numerous geological topics ranging from climate/environmental change to horizontal drilling techniques to petroleum business modeling. Either oral or poster sessions are available to fit your presentation. Your contributions to our science will be recognized and rewarded.

We encourage prospective authors/presenters to submit their preliminary abstracts for approval by March 28, 2018. You can edit your abstract through that date.  You will be notified of the acceptance of your abstract for inclusion in the technical program on or about April 1, 2018 with full papers to be submitted by May 1, 2018.  We look forward to having you with us in Shreveport!
 

Session Themes 

  • Current Evaluation of Haynesville Shale
  • Other Shale Plays
  • Deep Water Developments-Source to Sink-Gulf of Mexico
  • Visualization, Geochemistry, & Interpretation of Geologic Systems
  • Tight Gas Sand Development
  • Conventional Carbonates and Clastics
  • Water Resources
  • Ark-La-Tex Field Studies
  • Resource Business Models in the 21st Century
  • Geology and Education
  • Seismic Applications in the Upper Gulf Coast
  • Thinking Like an Explorationist
  • Where Is the Climate Going?
  • 21st Century Exploration Technologies

Please submit a 300‐word abstract or summary of your planned paper or poster before March 28, 2018. Authors of accepted papers and posters will be notified by April 1, 2018. Final full papers or extended abstracts, with or without figures, for publication in the GCAGS Transactions will be due by May 1, 2018, to the GCAGS Transactions Editor. 

 

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