Save the date! JuLoCrA will hold the annual meeting to present the results to the sponsoring companies. The meeting will take place on February 14th from 10:00 to 15:45 at NPD, Stavanger. The meeting agenda will be available on January.
Quantitative biostratigraphy of Middle Jurassic – Early Cretaceous foraminiferal events from the Arctic. By: Hanna Rósa Hjálmarsdóttir https://doi.org/10.1016/j.revmic.2019.05.002
The Impact of Salt Tectonics on the Thermal Evolution and the Petroleum System of Confined Rift Basins: Insights from Basin Modeling of the Nordkapp Basin, Norwegian Barents Sea. By: Andrés Cedeño, Luis Alberto Rojo, Néstor Cardozo, Luis Centeno and Alejandro Escalona To download the full article click the link below: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3263/9/7/316
Sponsors will find new downloads including geochemistry data, conference presentations, theses, and publications. Log in to the JuLoCrA and LoCrA sponsor sites.
Solveig presented the results of her MSc thesis in the last EAGE meeting in London. The name of her thesis is "Lateral compositional variations in the Upper Jurassic source rock in the southwestern Barents Sea – an organic or inorganic disclosure".
Two new peer-reviewed articles are published: Olaussen et al. (2019) and Smelror et al. (2019)
We have had a tremendous amount of positive feedback. Thanks to everyone who has made this possible!
December 7th, JuLoCrA will have the annual meeting where we will present the current status of the project. The meeting will take place in the NPD facilities in Stavanger, from 9 til 15.30. Odin room. See preliminary agenda in Meetings
Date: 07.12.2018 Time: 9:00 Place: Odin meeting room at NPD Time Speaker Presentation 9:00-9:20 Alejandro Escalona and Snorre Olaussen Introduction to the project and database 9:20-9:40 Morten Smelror Biostratigraphic subdivision of the Bathonian to Base Cretaceous Unconformity (BCU succession in the Barents Sea and S...
The Middle Jurassic to Lower Cretaceous succession in the Agardhbukta, east coast of Spitsbergen, was studied during mid July this summer by a multidisciplinary team of geoscientists (Figure 1). Figure 1: Men in Black (rocks) in front of Villa Agardhbukta waiting for transport back to Longyearbyen. As always when leaving outcrops, the sun will suddenly appear. From left: Dr Mikhail Rogov (Ru...