My research interests involve the integration of 2D and 3D seismic data with well data to understand deep-water clastic depositional systems in a variety of structural settings. I focus on:
1. The architecture of deep-water deposits, particularly slope-channels and mass transport complexes, through use of quantitative methods
2. The nature of sediment transfer from continental margins to deep-water basins and its impact on reservoir distribution and architecture.
Current Research Projects
Healing phase top fills over mass transport complex topographies: Trinidad, Gulf of Mexico, Morocco
Past Research Projects
Controls on Late Neogene deep-water slope channel architecture in a bathymetrically complex seafloor setting: A quantitative study along the southeastern Caribbean plate margin, Columbus Basin, Trinidad
Second Place Regional Imperial Barrel Award competition, Gulf Coast section, UT team - AAPG (2012)