Best Paper and Poster Awards
2013 Denver, Co
Stephen F. Greb, The role of accommodation space on the preservation of in situ trees in the coal fields of the Appalachian Basin
Srinivasaraghavan, Vishnu, Rimmer, Susan M., Tobin, Amberly, Rahman, Mohammad W., Annderson, Ken, Influence of coal lithotype composition on the oxidative hydrothermal dissolution (OHD) process
Jung, Na-Hyun, Han, Weon Shik, Kim, Kue-Young, Watson, Zachary T., Graham, Jack P., Thao, Cheng. Fault-controlled CO2 leakage from natural reservoirs in the Colorado Plateau, east-central Utah
2012 Charlotte, N.C.
Vinson D.S., (presenter), McIntosh, J.C., Ritter, D.J., Blair, N.E., and Martini A.M., Carbon isotope modeling of methanogenic coal biodegradation: Metabolic Pathways, Mass Balance, and the role of sulfate reduction, Powder River Basin, USA.
Swanson, S.M., Mastalerz, M.D., Warwick, P.D., Hackley, P.C., Engle, M.A., and Valentine, B.J., Investigation of pore characteristics in the Wilcox Group Coal, Gulf Coast Region: Relationships to biogenic gas
The Classic Pennsylvanian Locality of Joggins, Nova Scotia: Paleoecology of a Disturbance-prone Wetland Ecosystem By: CALDER, John H., NS Dept Nat Rscs, PO Box 698, Halifax, NS B3J 2T9, Canada, email@example.com and FALCON-LANG, Howard, Department of Earth Sciences, Univ of Bristol, Bristol, BS8 1RJ, United Kingdom
Chemical and Isotopic Composition of Water Co-produced with Coalbed Methane in the Fort Union and Wasatch Formations of the Powder River Basin, Wyoming and Montana By: RICE, Cynthia A.1, ELLIS, Margaret S.2, BARTOS, Timothy T.3, and FLORES, Romeo M.2, (1) U.S. Geol Survey, P.O. Box 25046, MS 973, Lakewood, CO 80225, firstname.lastname@example.org, (2) U.S. Geol Survey, P.O. Box 25046, MS 939, Lakewood, CO 80225, (3) U.S. Geol Survey, 2617 E. Lincolnway, Suite B, Cheyenne, WY 82001-5662:
SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL TRENDS OF LOWER AND MIDDLE PENNSYLVANIAN COALS, CENTRAL APPALACHIAN BASIN, U.S.A by: GREB, Stephen F.(1), EBLE, Cortland F.(2), and CHESNUT, Donald R. Jr. (2), (1) Kentucky Geol Survey, 228 MMRB, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506, email@example.com, (2) Kentucky Geological Survey, 228 MMRB, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0107
GENESIS OF COAL LINKED TO CATASTROPHIC FLOODS, EARLY PERMIAN, PARANA BASIN, BRAZIL by: BEGOSSI, Romana and DELLA FÁVERA, Jorge Carlos, Stratigraphy and Paleontology Department - DEPA, Rio de Janeiro State Univ - UERJ, Rua São Francisco Xavier 524, 4th floor - Fac. Geol, Rio de Janeiro, 20550-013, Brazil, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meyer, J.F. Groundwater level changes associated with coal mining and coalbed methane development in the eastern Powder River Basin of Wyoming.
Greb, S.F., Chesnut, D.R., Jr., Eble, C.F., Nelson, W.J., and Blake, B.M. Changing influences of tectonics, eustacy, and climate on Pennsylvanian coals in the Illinois and Appalachian basins.
1997 Salt Lake City
Warwick, P.D., Flores, R.M., Nichols, D.J., Murphy, E.C., and Obradovich, J.D., 1997, Fort Union chronostratigraphic and depositional sequences, Williston Basin, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana.
Scott, A.R. and Kaiser, W.R. Hydrogeology in coalbed methane exploration.
Sykes, R., Edbrooke, S.W. and Pocknall, D.T. A coal seam facies model for the recognition of raised mire deposits in the Tertiary.
1991 San Diego
Demchuk, T.D., Cameron, A.R. and Hills, L.V. Palynologic, petrographic, and geochemical variations in an early Paleocene coal zone.
Willard, D. Paleoecology of the Late Pennsylvanian Calhoun coal (Missourian) of Illinois: paleobotanical and palynological analysis.
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