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Exploring for Structural Traps
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Ronald Nelson is currently a Geology Discipline Coach in Amoco Corporation's Exploration and Technology Group in Houston. His research interests include fractured reservoir analysis and predictions, rift tectonics and sedimentation, and quantification of trap definition risk. He holds geology degrees from Northern Illinois University (B.A.) and Texas A&M University (M.S., Ph.D.).
Tom Patton is a geologist with Amoco Corporation. He has participated in exploration programs for structural traps in the North American Cordillera, the Middle East, and Africa. His research interests include mathematical and laboratory models of structures and their application to the interpretation of subsurface traps.He holds geology degrees from Muskingum College (B.S.), University of Alaska (M.S.), and Texas A&M University.
Sandro Serra is currently a geological associate in Amoco Corporation's Exploration and Technology group in Houston. He is involved in structural geology consulting, specializing in thrust terranes, physical modeling, restoration and balancing of structure cross sections, and 3-D computer-aided visualization of complex structures. He holds geology degrees from City College of New York (B.S.), Syracuse University (M.S.), and Texas A&M University (Ph.D.).
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