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Calendar of 2020 Events


January 7, 2020 – To be Announced
To be Announced


 

 


Calendar of 2019 Events


December 10, 2019 – Jeff Kimber, DOGGR
Dirt-certain Doom – A close look at Bakersfield’s Geologic Situation


November 12, 2019 – Daniel E. Schwartz, Retired
On the source-to-sink relationships of the Capistrano Formation, onshore and offshore Orange County, California


November 2, 2019 – Fall Field Trip
The Geological Wonders of East Bakersfield


October 8, 2019 – Robert H Gales, Petrophysics Manager
Algorithmic Fracture and Breccia Identification in Antelope Shale Formation, Elk Hills Field, California – A Practical Approach to Quickly Integrate Image Analysis into Completion Decisions using Image Analytics


September 20, 2019 – SJGS Fall Fiesta Scholarship Fundraiser
“at the Residence of Dan Schwartz and Cynthia Huggins”


June 10, 2019 – Ian McGregor, CSU Long Beach
Rate and character of Late Quaternary folding in the Santa Maria Basin, CA and implications for active faulting


May 19-22, 2019AAPG Annual Convention & Exhibition
San Antonio, Texas


May 17, 2019 – SPE-SJGS Golf Tournament
Sundale Country Club


May 14, 2019 – Stuart Gordon, CRC
Ventura Basin Oil Generation, Migration, and Entrapment


May 4, 2019 (Saturday) – Spring Field Trip – Tony Reid, CRC
Stevens Submarine Fan Source-to-Sink Examination: A San Joaquin Geological Society Field Trip to review possible sources of sediment in the Stevens submarine fan through examination of outcrops and core samples


April 10, 2019 – Erin Walter, CSUB
Landslide deposits along the lower Kern River of the southern Sierra Nevada, CA: High resolution mapping using LiDAR, satellite imagery and field mapping” Together with several student posters.


April 1-3, 2019Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention
Long Beach, California


March 12, 2019 – Rick Behl, CSULB
The Santa Barbara Record of Two Volcanic Winters
Triggered by Twin Yellowstone Supervolcano Eruptions 631,000 years ago


March 8, 2019 – CSUB Geology Club, DOGGR
11th Annual Spring BBQ Dinner – Lengthwise Brewery


February 12, 2019 – Charlene L Wardlow, DOGGR
Charlene versus the Volcano


January 8, 2019 – Tony Rathburn, Bakersfield State University
Voyages to the Bottom of the Seas: New Microfaunal and Microgeochemical Methods to Evaluate Paleoenvironments


 

 

 


Calendar of 2018 Events


December 11, 2018 – Kurt Neher, Berry Petroleum
The San Joaquin Basin – A California Super Basin

 


November 29, 2018 – Special Talk – John Yu, Bakersfield State University
Ecological & Environmental Concerns for Unconventional Shale Gas Exploration

 


November 13, 2018 – Jillian Maloney, San Diego State University
Geological Assessment of Submerged Landforms off the Pacific Coast: Implications for Archaeological Resources

 


November 3, 2018 – Fall Field Trip – Dan Schwartz, PhD
Fieldtrip to Ridge Basin” (Guidebook available on Publications Page)

 


October 20, 2018 – Field Trip – Dan Gregg Wilkerson, PhD
Tars and Bars: Fiedtrip to the Ventura and Carpinteria Oil Seeps” (Guidebook available on Publications Page)

 


October 9, 2018 – Maia Davis, California Recources Corporation
Spatial and Geochemical Characterization of an Anomalous, Map-Scale Dolomite Breccia in the Monterey Formation, Santa Maria Basin, California

 


September 28, 2018 – Joint SPE & SJGS Golf Tournament
Sundale Country Club

 


September 20, 2018 – SJGS Fall Fiesta Scholarship Fundraiser
“at the Residence of Dan Schwartz and Cynthia Huggins

 


June 12, 2018 – Eldon Gath, Earth Consultants International
Paleoseismology of the Western Garlock Fault at Campo Teresa, Tejon Ranch, Southern California

 


May 8, 2018 – Katherine Stack Morgan, NASA JPL
Exploring the evolution of an ancient lake basin on Mars with the Curiosity rover

 


May 2, 2018 (Wednesday) – SEG Distinguished Lecturer – William Symes, Rice University
Advanced Imaging for Practitioners

 


April 22-25, 2018Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention
Bakersfield, California

 


April 10, 2018 – Todd Greene, Chico State
Stratigraphic architecture and provenance of a boulder-conglomerate submarine channel system, Great Valley Group

 


March 13, 2018 – Blake Foreshee, DOGGR
Geomorphic constraints on the evolution of the Kern Gorge, southern Sierra Nevada, California

 


February 14, Greg Wilkerson, BLM
Mining History of Selected Gold Mines in Tulare and Kern Counties, California

 


February 8, 2018 (Thursday) – AAPG Distinguished Lecture – Dr. Marsha French, A J. Ben Carsey Distinguished Lecturer, Colorado School of Mines
Authigenic Quartz: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: Developing a Model for Preserving Porosity in Deep, Hot Sandstone Reservoirs

 


January 9, 2018 – Mike Clark, consultant
Depositional Facies of the Pliocene Tulare Formation in Outcrop and Core

 


 

 

 


Calendar of 2017 Events


December 12, 2017 – Zane Jobe, research professor, Colorado School of Mines
Applying scaling relationships to enable better reservoir prediction in submarine depositional systems: Bridging the gap between geomorphology and the stratigraphic record

 


November 14, 2017 – Thom Davis, consultant
Fault displacement hazards at Aliso Canyon and Honor Rancho natural gas storage fields, southern California

 


 
November 4, 2017 (Saturday) – Fall Field Trip – Gregg Wilkerson, BLM
Geology and Economic Resources of the Kern River

 


October 10, 2017 – Allegra Hosford Scheirer, Stanford University
The Miocene Petroleum System of the Santa Cruz County Coast, California

 


September 21, 2017 (Thursday) – SJGS Fall Fiesta (BBQ)
“at the home of Cynthia Huggins & Dan Schwartz”

 


June 13, 2017 – Joe Nahama, President, PetroRock LLC
The Wildcatters, the Regulators and the Prize: Chronicles of the Cat Canyon Oil Field, Santa Barbara County, CA

 


May 21-24, 2017Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention
Anchorage, Alaska

 


May 9, 2017 – Mike Clark, Aera Energy
The Lower Brown Shale of South Lost Hills: An Example of a Diagenetic Trap

 


April 28, 2017 – Jan Gillespie, USGS
Mapping Protected Aquifers in Kern County

 


April 2-5, 2017AAPG National Convention
Houston, Texas

 


March 14, 2017 – Bill Bartling, Deputy, Inland District DOGGR
Organizational Renewal Plan and Update on Regulatory Progress and Impacts

 


February 14, 2017 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Michael Simms, University of California at Santa Barbara
Tectonics and the California Coast

 


January 10, 2017 – Robert Mellors, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Geophysical studies at the NNSS (formerly NTS)

 


 

 

 


Calendar of 2016 Events


December 13, 2016 – Dan Schwartz – AAPG Vice-President, Sections What will make the AAPG relevant to you?

 


November 8, 2016 – Rick Schrynemeeckers, Amplified Geochemical Imaging, LLC Increasing Production in Mature Fields While Reducing Costs

 


October 11, 2016 – Yannick Wirtz, California State University at Long Beach Apparent and Actual Strain Variation in the Monterey and Sisquoc Formations, Southern Santa Maria Basin, California: Implication for Cross-Section Construction and Reservoir Characterization

 


October 2-5, 2016 – Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention Las Vegas, Nevada

 


September 16, 2016 – SJGS Annual Barbecue & Golf Tournament Sundale Country Club

 


June 19-22, 2016 – AAPG National Convention Calgary, Canada

 


June 13, 2016 – Rob Negrini, California State University at Bakersfield A History of the Geological Sciences at CSU Bakersfield

 


May 10, 2016 – Jonathan R. Rotzien, Basin Dynamics, LLC Application of global deep-water outcrop belts to exploration and field extension in Ventura Basin, California

 


April 12, 2016 – Malcolm E. Allan and Simarjit K. Chehal; Aera Energy, LLC The Belridge Giant Oil Field – 100 Years of History and a Look to a Bright Future

 


March 15, 2016 – Tom Howard, PayZone Inc Some Perspectives on Electrical Borehole Image Logs for the End User

 


February 9, 2016 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Sam Jameson, William “Chris” Krugh, Rob Negrini – California State University at Bakersfield El Niño and Kern County: Past, Present (and Future?)

 


January 12, 2016 – John Wakabayashi, California State University at Fresno Non-accretionary Versus Accretionary Megathrust Slip Accommodation at Depths of ~15 to 30 km: Two styles of Strain Localization

 


 

 

 


Calendar of 2015 Events


December 8, 2015 – Stephen Testa, Executive Officer of the California State Mining and Geology Board What’s New is Old and What’s Old is New – An Historical Overview of Hydraulic Fracturing

 


November 10, 2015 – Matthew d’Alessio, California State University at Northridge Connecting Faults: Geometric Control of Slip Distribution

 


October 13, 2015 – Brian Pitts, Hydrogeologist (Retired) Why are California’s Water Laws Convoluted – A Lesson in History

 


June 9, 2015 – Two Student Presentations & a Dozen Posters! Potential for Carbon Dioxide Sequestration and Enhanced Oil Recovery in the Vedder Formation, Greeley Field, San Joaquin Valley, California” by Sam Jameson & Janice Gillespie – CSUB and “Geology and Culture in the Muslim World: South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Geology Field Camp, Takestie, Turkiye” by Nick Moreno & Eric Heaton – CSUB

 


May 31-June 3, 2015 – AAPG National Convention Denver, Colorado

 


May 15, 2015 – Wallace D. Kleck, California State University at Bakersfield Pegmatites

 


May 2-6, 2015 – Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention Oxnard, California

 


April 15, 2015 – FIELD TRIP – Jason Saleeby and Zorka Saleeby, California Institute of Technology Geologic Evolution of the Southwestern Sierra Nevada-­San Joaquin Basin Transition-­An Excursion to Some Critical Exposures

 


April 14, 2015 – DINNER TALK – Jason Saleeby and Zorka Saleeby, California Institute of Technology Some critical geological features along the eastern San Joaquin Basin-­southern Sierra Nevada transition

 


March 10, 2015 – Gary Acton, Sam Houston State University – AAPG Distinguished Lecturer A Dynamic Geomagnetic Field Revealed From Coring a Constellation of Paleomagnetic Stations in the Ocean Basins

 


February 10, 2015 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Mike Clark, Aera Energy, LLC Vertical Field Methods in Geology

 


January 13, 2015 – Adam Junghua Guo, California State University at Bakersfield Evolving clay mineral assemblages in the Nankai Trough, Kumano Basin, and Shikoku Basin, offshore Japan: A summary of results from the NanTroSEIZE project

 


 

 

 


Calendar of 2014 Events


December 9, 2014 – Jay Namson, Namson Consulting Inc., San Clemente, CA Fold and Thrust Belt Structural Style of the Southern Coast Ranges and Western Transverse Ranges, California

 


November 11, 2014 – Rick Behl, California State University at Long Beach The Role of Climate, Oceanography, Tectonics and Environment in Mudstone Deposition on the Miocene to Quaternary California Margin

 


October 14, 2014 – Thom Davis, consulting geologist, Ventura, CA Structural Wedge Model and the Antelope Uplift, West Side of the San Joaquin Basin, California, and Hydrocarbon Potential

 


September 12, 2014 – SJGS Barbecue & Golf Tournament

 


April 27-30, 2014 – Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention Bakersfield, California

 


June 10, 2014 – Joseph A. Austin, California Div. of Oil, Gas & Geothermal Resources Recent Work at The Geysers and Calistoga Geothermal Fields

 


May 13, 2014 – Student Presentation Night Research from Cal State Bakersfield, Cal State Fresno and Bakersfield College

 


April 18, 2014 – Hans AbramsonWard, Lettis Consultants Regional Stratigraphic Framework Along the Central California Shelf Margin for Assessment of Quaternary Activity on the Hosgri Fault Zone

 


April 6-9, 2014 – AAPG National Convention Houston, Texas

 


March 11, 2014 – Stan Eschner, Co-Founder – Trio Petroleum Lynch Canyon Oil Field – Its History, Geology and Development

 


March 7, 2014 (Luncheon) – Julia Gale, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin – AAPG Distinguished Lecturer Natural Fractures in Shale Hydrocarbon Reservoirs

 


February 11, 2014 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Robert Anderson, Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) Unraveling the Geologic History of Mars

 


January 14, 2014 – Emily Fisher, Aera Energy, LLC Is a Little Diatomite Hiding your Oil? Core Descriptions, Facies Identification and Implications for Mixed Diatomite and Siliciclastic Provenance Alluvial Fan, Tulare Formation

 


 

 

 


Calendar of 2013 Events


December 10, 2013 – Bonnie Bloeser, Aera Energy, LLC Petrographic, Log and Lithologic Interpretations of an Upper Miocene Diatomite Core Well 35MBC-302C, Midway-Sunset Field, San Joaquin Basin, California (Section 35, T12N-R24W, MDBM, Moco Lease)

 


November 12, 2013 – Robert Horton, California State University at Bakersfield Compaction, Cementation, and Dissolution: 30 Years of San Joaquin Basin Sandstone Petrology

 


October 22, 2013 (Luncheon) – Joseph Stefani, Chevron Tech Company – AAPG Distinguished Lecturer The Earth is Cleverer than You Are – Learnings in Earth & Seismic Modeling

 


October 8, 2013 – Don Clarke, Consulting Geologist Hydraulic Fracturing and Earthquakes: Ethically, How Do We Move Forward and Do the Right Thing?”

 


June 11, 2013 – Glenn Sharman, Stanford University An outcrop Example of a Seismic-Scale Mass-Transport Deposit, Tanaki Basin, New Zealand

 


May 19-22, 2013 – AAPG National Convention Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

 


May 14, 2013 – Morris, Alan P. et al., Southwest Research Institute Integrating Outcrop Analogs and Geomechanical Modeling – Insights into Induced Hydraulic Fractures

 


April 19-21, 2013 – Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention Monterey, California

 


April 9, 2013 – Stephen Testa, California State Mining and Geology Board Historical Development of the Petroleum Industry in California

 


March 12, 2013 – Chris Paola, Univ. of Minnesota Experimental Stratigraphy

 


February 12, 2013 – SPOUSE NIGHT – A. Eugene Fritsche, California State University at Northridge Touring the World with Geology: Three Places You Must Visit

 


January 8, 2013 – Jonathan P. Allen, Dave K. Larue, and Dale Beeson, Chevron Improved Reservoir Characterization at Kern River Field, California, U.S.A.: New Insights into an Old Field Using 4D Saturation Modeling

 


 

 

 


Calendar of 2012 Events


December 11, 2012 – Anne Grau & Rob Sterling, Cirque Resources Characterization of the Bakken System of the Williston Basin from Pores to Production

 


November 13, 2012 – Christopher J. Pluhar – California State University, Fresno Crustal Block Rotations in Transtensional Basins and Transpressional Zones – Inhomogeneity and Evolution with Time

 


October 9, 2012 – William Chris Krugh – Californis Syaye University, Bakersfield Geomorphic and Isotopic Constraints on the Evolution of Mountain Belts

 


June 12, 2012 – Greg Gordon, Colorado School of Mines Ongoing tectono-stratigraphic research on the Modelo Fm in the Ventura Basin and examples from Ainsa Basin in Spain

 


May 8, 2012 – Bob Stupp & Ingvar Alarik, Oxy “Re-Discovering California: The Gunslinger Discovery and The Monterey Formation in the San Joaquin Basin”

 


April 22-25, 2012 – AAPG National Convention Long Beach, California (No Pacific Section AAPG Convention was held this year)

 


April 10, 2012 – CSUB Student Research Night

 


March 30, 2012 – Rod Graham, Cambridge University “Exploration in Fold and Thrust Belts – A Personal Perspective”

 


March 21, 2012 – Don Paul, USC (retired Chevron) Global Energy Trends

 


March 13, 2012 – Plamen Ganev, Aera EnergyNeotectonics of the Eastern California Shear Zone”

 


February 14, 2012SPOUSE NIGHTTim Cleath, Cleath-Harris Geologists, San Luis Obispo Wine and Geology of Paso Robles Area

 


January 25, 2012Rusty Riese, AAPG Distinguished Lecturer Oil Spills, ethics, and society: how they intersect and where the responsibilities reside” (view the slides from this talk)

 


January 10, 2012Greg Hummel Cat Canyon Oil Field; raising a nearly dead cat to life again!

 


 

 

 


Calendar of 2011 Events


December 13, 2011Malcolm Allan & Joseph Lalicata The Belridge Giant Oil Field – 100 Years of History and a Look to a Bright Future

 


November 18, 2011Heidi Hoffower & Jerry McNaboe Applying Improved Methodology to Produce Kern River’s Remaining 1.5 Billion Barrels

 


October 11, 2011Brigette Martini The geothermal renaissance: modern exploration and development in the western United States

 


October 4, 2011 – Satinder Chopra Seismic detection of faults and fractures

 


September 22, 2011 – Matthew Telfer “Energy trends of the future”

 


September 2011 – SJGS Barbecue & Golf Tournament Golf Tournament Results

 


June 14, 2011 – Dr. John Wakabayashi, California State University, Fresno Franciscan Complex melanges: Diverse structural setting, evidence for sedimentary origins, and connections to large-scale material movement at a convergent plate margin

 


May 10, 2011 – Tim McHargue, Chevron (retired) Predictive Patterns of Slope Channel Architecture

 


May 8-11, 2011 – Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention Anchorage, Alaska

 


April 12, 2011Dr. Tanya Atwater, University of California, Santa Barbara Cretaceous-Cenozoic Plate Tectonics in the Western U.S. and what it tells us about the geological evolution of California

 


April 10-13, 2011 – AAPG National Convention Houston, Texas

 


April 1, 2011 – Senteur de Boue, Cressy and Associates Mantle Degassing: A Possible Hydrocarbon Source in Regions of Anomalous Uplift A Special Event

 


March 8, 2011 – Vicki Langenheim, United States Geological Survey Unraveling the Structural Knot in the Southern San Andreas Fault

 


February 8, 2011 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Paul Hacker (Tri-Valley) & Greg Hummel Million Steps Over 5 Billion Years, The Geology of the Pacific Crest Trail

 


January 11, 2011 – Rick Behl, California State University, Long Beach The Monterey Formation: for the next stage – what do we need to understand?

 


 

 

 


Calendar of 2010 Events


December 14, 2010 – (1) Gary Henley II; (2) Courtney Marshall (1) Wheeler Ridge: Stratigraphic and Structural Review; (2) Sedimentation in an Active Fold and Thrust Belt, Santa Barbara Basin, CA: Spatial and Temporal Evolution from 1.0 Ma to Present

 


November 9, 2010 – Dr. Charlie Paull, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Tracking sediment movements within Monterey Canyon from the shoreline to the fan

 


November 1, 2010 – Ron Boyd, A ibe-wat ticket from Antartica to the Tasman Plain via the Great Barrier Reef – Sediment dispersal on the Eastern Australian Margin Tracing the Origins of Crude Oil in the San Joaquin Basin and Coastal California

 


October 12, 2010 – Dr. Ken Peters, Schlumberger Tracing the Origins of Crude Oil in the San Joaquin Basin and Coastal California

 


September 2010 – SJGS Barbecue & Golf Tournament Golf Tournament Results

 


June 8, 2010 – Diane Clemens-Knott, Ph.D., Dept. of Geological Sciences, Cal State Fullerton The Goldstein Peak unit (western Sierra Nevada batholith): Exploring possible ties between California’s first (?) nonmarine sediments and the Great Valley Sequence

 


May 27-29, 2010 – PSAAPG-Cordilleran GSA Convention Anaheim, California

 


May 11, 2010 – CSUB Bakersfield Student Showcase “Talks by Sarah Schindler and Dan McCuan”

 


April 11-14, 2010 – AAPG National Convention New Orleans, Louisiana

 


April 13, 2010 – Wallace Kleck, PhD, CSUB Cenozoic History of the Kern River

 


March 9, 2010 – Larry D. Gurrola, Duane E. DeVecchio, Edward A. Keller, Univ. of Calif. Santa Barbara Rincon Mountain Megaslide: La Conchita, Ventura County, California

 


February 9, 2010 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Dirk Baron and Rob Negrini, California State Univ. at Bakersfield To the Proterozoic and back: A 21-day float trip down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon: or Dirk and Rob’s Excellent Adventure

 


January 12, 2010 – Tim Elam, Chevron The Sharktooth Hill Bone Bed- A Kern County Paleontologic Treasure

 

 

 


Calendar of 2009 Events


December 8, 2009 – Mike Clark, consultant Tectonics and Sedimentation in the Long Beach Unit of Wilmington field, Los Angeles Basin, California

 


December 3, 2009 – John, Howell, AAPG Distinguished Lecturer Building an Oil Company, How Hard Can It Be?

 


November 10, 2009 – Henry Walrond, consultant A Tale of Two Sands

 


November 2, 2009 – Martin Perlmutter, AAPG Distinguished Lecturer High Frequency Paleoclimate Change: Impact on Exploration Strategy and Climate Research

 


October 13, 2009 – Bob Horton, Calif. State Univ. at Bakersfield Sandstone Effects of Artificial (Steam-Induced) Diagenesis on Heavy-Oil Production in Miocene-Pleistocene Sands at Kern River Oil Field, California

 


September 25, 2009 – SJGS Annual Golf Tournament and Barbecue Pioneer Village at the Kern County Museum

 


June 16, 2009 – Dr. J. Casey Moore, Univ. of Calif., Santa Cruz Sandstone Intrusions, Sandstone Extrusions, and Cold Seeps from the California Coast Ranges: Increasing Reservoir Connectivity

 


June 7-10, 2009 – AAPG National Convention Denver, Colorado

 


May 12, 2009 – Dr. Jason Saleeby and Zorka Saleeby, Calif. Tech. Origin and evolution of the White Wolf fault and the Maricopa Basin

 


May 2-7, 2009 – Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention Ventura, California

 


April 14, 2009 – David J. Crane, Chevron North America An Examination of the Surface Rupture Gap in the Landers Earthquake between Johnson Valley and Eureka Peak Faults, San Bernardino County, California

 


March 10, 2009 – Dr. Robert Negrini, Calif. State Univ., BakersfieldThe Science behind Anthropogenic Global Warming: A Well Supported Hypothesis based on Comparing Prediction with Observation

 


February 10, 2009 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Gene Fritsche, California State University at Northridge Plutons, Pyroclastics, Pinnipeds, and Penguins: A Trip to the Antarctic Peninsula

 


January 28, 2009 – AAPG Distinguished Lecturer: Mike Gardner, Montana State Univ., Bozeman The Role of Outcrop Models in the Subsurface Characterization of Deep-Water Reservoirs

 


January 13, 2009 – Tony Reid, Vintage Production Testing a concept: Is the geologic history of the southeastern San Joaquin basin consistent with postulated Miocene rotation of the Tehachapi and San Emigdio Mountains?

 


 

 

 


Calendar of 2008 Events


December 9, 2008 – Dr. Doug Yule, Calif. State Univ, Northridge Great Earthquakes of the San Andreas Fault

 


November 20, 2008 – AAPG Distinguished Lecturer – Jim Jennings A Geologist’s Introduction to Permeability Averaging and the Effects of Scale on the Permeability of Heterogeneous Rocks


November 18, 2008 – Two Talks – Malcolm Allan & Stan Stearns The Belridge Giant Oil Field: It keeps going and going … and Elk Hills Field Overview: Its Past, Present and Future


October 29, 2008 – AAPG Distinguished Lecturer – Charles Feazel North Sea Chalk: 40 Years of Production at Ekofisk Field from a Rock Some Said Would Never Flow Oil


October 14, 2008 – Scott Hector, Paul Graham Drill Company “California Exploration: 1998-2008”


September 12, 2008 – SJGS Annual Golf Tournament and Barbecue Pioneer Village at the Kern County Museum


June 10, 2008 – Scott T. Hector Subsurface Characterization of the Potrero-Ryer Island Thrust System, Western Sacaramento-San Joaquin Delta, Northern California


May 13, 2008 – CSUB Student Poster Night “Several posters and a couple of talks from CSUB Geology students”


April 20-23, 2008 – AAPG National Convention San Antonio, Texas


April 8, 2008 – No SJGS Meeting scheduled due to Pacific Section Convention in Bakersfield


March 29–April 2, 2008 – Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention Bakersfield, California


March 11, 2008 – Stephen Hickman, USGS Earthquake Hazards Team Structure and Properties of the San Andreas Fault at Seismogenic Depths: Recent Results from the SAFOD Experiment


February 12, 2008 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Andrea Donnellan, Jet Propulsion Laboratory The NASA DESDynI Mission – Deformation, Ecosystem Structure, and Dynamics of Ice


January 8, 2008 – Stanley Stearns & Robert Dockweiler, Oxy of Elk Hills New Pool Definition, Delineation and Development: The P5 Reservoir, Safah Field, Oman


 

 

 


Calendar of 2007 Events


December 11, 2007 – Gene Fritsche, CSU-Northridge Into The Bowels of Hades: Investigating an Early Miocene Tilted Volcano in the Santa Monica Mountains

 


November 13, 2007 – Ronn Rose, Army Corps of Engineers Lake Isabella Dam Study


October 9, 2007 – Jon Schwalbach, Aera Energy LLC Stratigraphic and Structural Controls on Fracture Distributions: Examples from California Basins


October 3, 2007 – AAPG Distinguished Lecturer – Dr. Jon Olson A Geologist’s Guide To Explaining Natural Fracture Phenomena with Fracture Mechanics


September 7, 2007 – SJGS Annual Golf Tournament and Barbecue Pioneer Village on the Kern County Museum grounds


June 12, 2007 – Tom Hopps, Rancho Energy Consultants Geologic Overview of Ventura Basin Oilfields Operated by Vintage Production California, LLC


May 8, 2007 – James Blink An Overview of the Yucca Mountain Repository Setting and Performance


April 25, 2007 – Bruce Banerdt, JPL Project ScientistThe JPL Mars Rover


April 10, 2007 No SJGS Meeting due to AAPG Convention


April 1-4, 2007 – AAPG National Convention Long Beach, California (No Pacific Section AAPG Convention was held this year)


March 13, 2007 – Hilario Camacho, Signal Hill Petroleum Evidence for generation and migration of hydrocarbons along thermally anomalous faults in the Los Angeles basin, California, USA


February 21, 2007 – Tom Walker Oil Price Forecasting


February 13, 2007 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Doris Sloan and John Karachewski Highlights of San Francisco Bay Area Geology


January 9, 2007 – Tim Elam, Chevron Gold in Kern County


 

 

 


Calendar of 2006 Events


December 12, 2006 – Staci L. Loewy, CSUB Reconstructing Supercontinents: Connecting the Pieces of the Puzzle

 


November 14, 2006 – Dr. James Boles, U.C. Santa Barbara Methane seepage along faults in the Santa Barbara coastal area, California: geologic and modern evidence


October 10, 2006 – Staffan Van Dyke Fine-scale 3D Architectural Model of a Submarine Channel Complex onto a High-Resolution Seismic Image


September 8, 2006 – SJGS Annual Golf Tournament and Barbeque at Pioneer Village on the Kern County Museum grounds


June 13, 2006 – David Crane, Aera Energy Geologic Reconnaissance of the Homestead and Yucca Valley region, SW Mohave Desert; A study in erosion and deposition by Pleistocene glacier outflow


May 9, 2006 – Student Poster Night and Sohia Cubos, Oxy “Sequence Stratigraphy of the Etchegoin Formation at Elk Hills”


May 7-11, 2006 – Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention Anchorage, Alaska


April 26, 2006 – Dr. Jason Saleeby, Cal Tech A model for the three-stage development of Sierra Nevada geomorphology and its relationship with the San Joaquin Basin


April 11, 2006 – Tom Redin, consultant Santa Barbara Channel Structure and Correlation Sections Project, Santa Ynez Mountains to the Channel Islands, Western Transverse Ranges, CA


April 9-12, 2006 – AAPG National Convention Houston, Texas


March 14, 2006 – Pete Rose, AAPG President “Estimating oil and gas reserves: We have met the enemy, and he is us”


February 14, 2006 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Chris Schneider “Echinoid surprise”


January 10, 2006 Bob Liske, Aera Energy “DOE Project: Treatment of oil-field produced water for beneficial re-use”


 

 


Calendar of 2005 Events


December 13, 2005 – Bruce Laverty, Plains Exploration & Production “Hopkins Fee – Producing Oil on the Tulare fringe of South Belridge Field”

 


November 10, 2005 – Scott Tinker, AAPG Distinguished Lecturer “The “I” in BusIness EthIcs (Joint BAPL-SJGS Luncheon)”


November 8, 2005 – Ron Crane “Geology of Mount Diablo”


October 11, 2005 – Roger Slatt, University of Oklahoma “Scales of heterogeneity of sandstone reservoirs: What every geologist knows and geophysicists and engineers should know”


September 9, 2005 – SJGS Annual Golf Tournament and Barbecue Pioneer Village on the Kern County Museum grounds


June 19-22, 2005 – AAPG National Convention Calgary, Canada


June 14, 2005 – Gene Fritsche, Cal State Northridge “Discovering geology in Morocco and Mongolia”


May 10, 2005 – John Howe, Archer Petroleum “Geology of the North Franklin area, Sacramento Basin”


April 29 – May 1, 2005 – Pacific Section AAPG APG Annual Convention San Jose, California


April, 12 2005 – Pete Dillet and Fred Bair, Chevron “Heavy oil operations at Cymric: Production of Tulare and Antelope”


March, 8 2005 – Mark Kamerling, Venoco “South Elwood oil field: Results of new technology and ideas”


February, 8 2005 – SPOUSE NIGHT – Jim Moore Clarence King and the lure of Mt. Shasta


January, 11 2005 – Stuart Gordon, Oxy Resources California “Petroleum geoscience of of Oxy’s southern San Joaquin Valley fee acreage”


 

 

 


Calendar of 2004 Events


December 14, 2004 – Mike Wracher, Venoco “Rotation of sub-domains within the Transverse Ranges Province – Reservoir implications: Sockeye field”

 


November 9, 2004 – Larry Knauer, Chevron “Geology and production history of the Kern River oil field”

 


October 12, 2004 – Jeff Sande, Plains Petroleum “Mt. Poso field”

 


September 10, 2004 – SJGS Annual Golf Tournament and Barbecue at Pioneer Village on the Kern County Museum grounds

 


May 9-12, 2004 – Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention Bakersfield, California

 


April 17-21, 2004 – AAPG national Convention Dallas, Texas

 


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