We will be holding the one day T>Map course in Houston on June 14, 2019. This course is open to current RQC members and academic institutions with Touchstone license grants. Contact us for more information

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The AAPG editorial staff has selected four articles that include Geocosm scientific research or simulation technology as Notable Papers based on citation counts three years after publication. Geocosm’s Rob Lander is a co-author of three of the papers Geocosm’s Linda Bonnell is a co-author of two of the papers. The fourth paper is authored by…

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This talk at the European Geothermal Congress 2019 by researchers at the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (an RQC member organization) explores the use of Geocosm’s Touchstone system for evaluation of reservoir quality for geothermal energy. Geocosm’s Linda Bonnell also is among the authors.

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Geocosm geologists were among the organizers and lecturers at the First School of Sandstone Diagenesis, which was held on August 27-29, 2018. The school had a full capacity of well over 30 participants and included representatives from Europe, Africa, the Middle-East, and North America. Roughly 2/3 of the participants were doctoral candidates with the remainder…

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Rob Lander and Linda Bonnell from Geocosm gave an invited presentation at the EAGE in Copenhagen regarding the state-of-the-art in reservoir quality prediction methods on June 11, 2018. Summary:Sandstone reservoir quality prediction has moved from a reliance on simple empirical trends (e.g., porosity vs. depth) to include process-oriented forward models. Process-oriented models are more accurate…

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RQC members are welcome to attend a Touchstone Fundamentals course that we will be holding on August 30-31.  The course will be taught at GeoZentrum NordBayern, which is part of Friedrich-Alexander Universit├Ąt in Erlangen, Germany.   Note that it is not necessary to participate in the 1st School on Sandstone Diagenesis that Geocosm staff will be helping to…

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This article published in the AAPG Bulletin represents part of Benjamin Busch’s Ph.D. dissertation and includes Geocosm’s Linda Bonnell and Rob Lander as co-authors. Silicate reaction kinetics provide a complementary means to other established paleothermal indicators such as organic maturation for evaluating thermal reconstructions. In this study we combine the use of an organic maturation…

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