290 Brittle Deformation and Diagenesis as Coupled Processes

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Wednesday, 8 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 320ABC

Stephen Laubach and Peter Eichhubl
8:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:20 AM
Fluid Inclusion Evidence of Overpressure throughout a ~42 M.Y. History of Fracture Opening In the Travis Peak Formation, East Texas Basin
S.P. Becker, The University of Texas at Austin; P. Eichhubl, The University of Texas at Austin; S.E. Laubach, The University of Texas at Austin; R.J. Bodnar, Virginia Tech
8:35 AM
Paleomagnetic Dating of Brecciated Veins in Durness Group Carbonates, NW Scotland
R. Douglas Elmore, University of Oklahoma; Rika Burr, University of Oklahoma; Michael H. Engel, University of Oklahoma; Mat Elmore, Colorado College; Daniel Engel, University of Oklahoma; John Parnell, University of Aberdeen
8:50 AM
Quartz Cementation Modeling to Elucidate the Timing of Deformation along the Pine Mountain Overthrust, Eastern Kentucky
Kitty L. Milliken, The Univ of Texas at Austin; Astrid Makowitz, British Petroleum; Robert H. Lander, Geocosm
9:05 AM
The Influence of Clay Authigenesis on the Mechanical and Hydrological Properties of the Moab Fault, Utah
John G. Solum, Shell International Exploration and Production; Nicholas C. Davatzes, Temple University; David A. Lockner, U.S. Geological Survey
9:20 AM
The Effect of Progressive Cementation on the Mechanical Properties of a Quartz Arenite
Jennie Cook, Univ. of Wisconsin; Laurel Goodwin, Univ. of Wisconsin; Thomas Buchheit, Sandia National Laboratory; David Boutt, University of Massachusetts; Kathleen Plourde, University of Massachusetts
9:35 AM
9:50 AM
The Effect of Diagenesis on Fracture Aperture Development
Jon E. Olson, The University of Texas at Austin
10:20 AM
Modeling Deep-Seated Reactive Fluid Flow within Active Hawaiian Volcanoes
Grant Garven, Tufts University; Julia K. Morgan, Rice University
10:35 AM
Role of Fluid Composition in the Evolution of Porosity: Examples from Fault Zones in the Central Appalachian Foreland
Charles Onasch, Bowling Green St. Univ; William Dunne, University of Tennessee; John Farver, Bowling Green St. Univ
10:50 AM
Formation of Authigenic and Detrital Clay Gouges –Examples from the US Cordillera and Uganda's Rwenzori Mountains, East African Rift
Samuel Hackstaff Haines, University of Michigan; Ben A. van der Pluijm, University of Michigan; Daniel Koehn, Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz
11:05 AM
Geohydrology of Faults & Petroleum Migration, Los Angeles Basin, California
Byeongju Jung, Tufts University; Grant Garven, Tufts University; James Boles, Univ of California
11:20 AM
Syntectonic Fluid Flux during Rift Deformation: Record from the MIS Core, Victoria Land Basin, Antarctica
Cristina Millan, Ohio State University; Terry J. Wilson, Ohio State University; Tim Paulsen, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
11:35 AM
Evaluating Structural Diagenesis with Imaging Spectroscopy: Examples from the Jurassic ‎Navajo Sandstone
Julianne Bell, Purdue University; Brenda Beitler Bowen, Purdue University
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