Hi - I will be presenting “An introduction to the Great Plains Polygonal Faults System” on Friday January 18, 2019 at the University of Calgary in Earth Science room ES-162.
I added a civil engineering geotechnical talk presented in January 2018 in Edmonton to APEGA (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta) entitled:
Please click on the title to find the PDF document for the slide show.
Topics for the Great Plains Seismogenic Study can be found by clicking here, and the list keeps growing!
The study is complete except for the formal write-up and some core observations. For example, the proof for the seismogenic initiation of a polygonal fault system is complete. For this, a 5 square mile 3-D seismic dataset encompassing 25 vertical wells from Success, western Saskatchewan was analyzed. These seismic data were graciously provided by Andrew Dyke at TGS Canada Inc.
We will post visually pleasing images here from time-to-time. The adjacent image is from eastern Saskatchewan: