Part of the 2014 Mississippian Lime Forum, History of Hydrothermal Fluid Flow in the Midcontinent: A Key to Understanding the Origin and Distribution of Porosity? is a preliminary program discussed by Bob Goldstein. Goldstein, a Associate Dean of Mathematics and Natural Science Professor at the University of Kansas will share his many years of research and knowledge to provide a greater understanding of hydrothermal activity. This program will be taking place Thursday, February 20, 2014 in Oklahoma City, OK. For more information on this event: Mississippian Lime Play Forum

Preliminary Program details

  • Presentation: History of Hydrothermal Fluid Flow in the Midcontinent: A Key to Understanding the Origin and Distribution of Porosity?
  • Presenter(s): Bob Goldstein – University of Kansas
  • Date: February 20, 2014 (Thursday)
  • Location: The Skirvin Hilton Hotel, Oklahoma City, OK

This year’s event follows on the overwhelming success of last year’s event.The Mississippian Lime Forum is a one day event that seeks to help develop a deeper, more integrated understanding of the reasons for productivity in the play, and will feature many presentations, and group discussions that will tie the development of secondary porosity, fractures, and diagenesis to basement structural reactivation, and the syn-depositional tectonism of the Mississippian shelf margin.

For registration and full event details please visit:

http://www.aapg.org/forum/2014/MississippianLime/index.cfm

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