Protected: 2020 Annual Review
KICC ANNUAL REVIEW IN-PERSON MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
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A preliminary list of presentations for the upcoming KICC Annual Review Meeting April 19-21, 2020 include the following:
- The Nature and Controls on Porosity and Permeability of Phanerozoic Oolites
- Numerical Models of Oceanographic Controls on Facies Heterogeneity of Isolated Carbonate Platforms
- Isolated Carbonate Platforms and Focused Flow in Inter-platform Channels
- Patterns in the Birth, Growth, and Demise of Phanerozoic Isolated Carbonate Platforms
- Assessing Seismic Imaging of the Morrow in Patterson Field, Western Kansas
- A Novel Geomechanical Testing Approach: Application of PeakForce Quantitative Nanomechanical Mapping in Carbonate-rich Unconventional Reservoirs
- Coupled Stratigraphic Forward Modeling and Seismic Modeling of Spatial Variation in the Seismic Character of Isolated Carbonate Platform Margins
- Reservoir Analog Model for Mixed Heterozoan-Large Benthic Foraminifera-Siliciclastic Sequences, Middle Miocene, Dominican Republic
- Pore-scale Experimentation and Modeling of Multiphase Flow in Carbonates
- Diagenetic Controls on Reservoir Character of the Lower Permian Wolfcamp and Bone Spring Formations in the Delaware Basin, West Texas
- What Controls the Development of Atypical Carbonate Tropical Systems: Examples from Caribbean Miocene Reservoir Analogs
- Improved Fluids Characterization Model for Gas Huff-n-Puff EOR Process in Unconventional Reservoirs
- A Case Study of Phase Behavior between Crude Oil and CO2 at elevated temperatures and pressures.
- Microbial Diversity in Hypersaline Calcifying Microbial Mats from Puerto Rico.
- 3D Morphogenetic Analysis of Microbialite Systems from the Southwest of Puerto Rico.
- Assessing the Role of Solution Chemistry and Organic Matter in the Genesis of the Dengying Formation Dolostones at Sichuan Basin, China
- Evaluation of Facies Controls on Distal Fine-Grained Chalky Facies in the Miocene Agua Amarga Basin, SE Spain: An Analog for Fine-Grained Reservoirs
- A Geochemical and Electrokinetic Study of the Crude-Oil-Brine-Rock Interface to Investigate Low Salinity Waterflooding Mechanisms
- Raman Spectroscopy as a Viable Means to Distinguish Between Calcite, Magnesite, and Dolomite Minerals
- Characterizing Lower Eagle Shale for Hydrocarbon Gas Huff-n-Puff Simulation from Pore-Scale to Core-Scale
- Monitoring Calcite Cementation Dynamics on Aragonite Using Geophysical Methods at Column Scale
- Cathodoluminescence Imaging in Microporous Carbonates: Searching for Zonation in Calcite Microcrystals
- Lateral Facies Variations in the Triassic Dachstein Platform: A Challenge for Cyclostratigraphy
- Calcite Cementation from Refluxing Brines in Conventional and Unconventional Carbonate Reservoirs
- Transitional Heterozoan-Limited Photozoan Carbonate Systems: What, Where, Why, and Aspects Relevant to Reservoir Character
- Sedimentologic and Stratigraphic Controls on Reservoir Sweet Spots in the Wolfcamp ‘A,’ Howard County, Midland Basin
- The Role of Paleotopography on Deposition and Paleogeographic Distribution of Miocene-Pliocene Carbonate Reservoir Analogs, Cabo de Gata Region, Southeast Spain.
- Multi-scale Quantitative Analysis of Microporosity in Carbonate Fabrics of the U.S. Southern Mid-Continent
- The Potential Roles of Lacustrine Carbonates and Spring Mound Deposits on Fluid Flow Behavior in the Lower Jurassic Navajo Sandstone, Southeastern Utah
- Varieties of Depositional and Pedogenic Carbonates in the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation, Southeastern Utah
- Ichnology of the Miocene Bouse Formation and Its Role in Interpreting Depositional Environments, SW Arizona-SE California
- Thermal History and Evolution of Porosity in Carbonate Reservoirs of the Stack Play in Oklahoma
- Assessing the Internal Depositional Motif of Upper Cherokee through Shawnee Groups (Pennsylvanian) Strata in Eastern Kansas
- Preliminary Observations of Structural and Hydrologic Controls on a Hydrothermal Dolomite Reservoir: The Arikaree Creek Field, Eastern Colorado