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- 1Banks, Jonathan (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
- 1Chalaturnyk, Rick (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
- 1Gingras, Murray (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
- 1Harris, Nick (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
- 1Li, Michael (Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences)
- 1Power, Christopher (Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine)
Bioturbation and Resource Quality: A Case Study from the Upper Cretaceous Lysing and Nise Formations, Ellida and Midnatsoll Fields, Norwegian SeaDownload
Nine cores (approx. 156 m) within the Upper Cretaceous Lysing and Nise formations (Møre Basin, Norwegian continental shelf) are studied in order to assess the relationship between bioturbate fabric and the resulting permeability distribution. Overall, the Lysing and Nise formations strata...
Clarke Lake is a depleted gas fi eld developed in carbonate platform deposits of the Slave Point Formation (Middle Devonian) in northeastern British Columbia, Canada. It displays anomalously high reservoir temperature and strong water drive, making it a candidate for repurposing as a source of...
Understanding human immunodeficiency-1 (HIV-1) replication and latency in different reservoirs is an ongoing challenge in the care of patients with HIV/AIDS. A mathematical model was created that predicted HIV-1 and simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) infection dynamics within the brain during...
Reservoir and geomechanical coupled simulation of CO2 sequestration and enhanced coalbed methane recoveryDownload
Coalbeds are an extremely complicated porous medium with characteristics of heterogeneity, dual porosity and stress sensitivity. In the past decades great achievements have been made to the simulation models of pressure depletion coalbed methane (CBM) recovery process and CO2 sequestration and...