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Applied Earth Sciences

Nr. 2009-11 April 9, 2009


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Faculteit CiTG gesloten op vrijdag 10 april (Goede Vrijdag) en maandag 13 april (2e Paasdag)


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Faculty closed on April 10th (Good Friday) and April 13th (Easter Monday)


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Presentation ‘The Netherlands through geological time’ by Jan de Jager



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Uitnodiging Bsc Research Minor colloquium 


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Faculteit CiTG gesloten op vrijdag 10 april (Goede Vrijdag) en maandag 13 april (2e Paasdag)

De faculteit CiTG is i.v.m. Goede Vrijdag en 2e Paasdag gesloten op vrijdag 10 april en maandag 13 april. Zaterdag 11 april is de faculteit geopend tussen 08.30 - 18.00 uur.



Faculty closed on April 10th (Good Friday) and April 13th (Easter Monday)

Because of Good Friday and Easter Monday the faculty CEG is closed on April 10th and April 13th. On April 11th the faculty will be open between 08.30h - 18.00h.



Presentation ‘The Netherlands through geological time’ by Jan de Jager
Dear all,

 

We would like to draw your attention to the upcoming presentation by Jan de Jager on Friday April 17th 2009 organized by the AAPG Student Chapter. After finishing his PhD at Utrecht University, Jan de Jager joined Shell as an exploration geologist and has enjoyed a very international career with the company. He currently works as team leader of the Portfolio Rejuvenation Team in Rijswijk and is responsible for volume assessments of exploration prospects. However, it is as his role of contributor and co-editor of the book 'Geology of the Netherlands' that he will be presenting for us: 'The Netherlands through geological time'.



 

You are all kindly invited to the presentation. More details and an abstract of the talk can be found below.

 

Best regards,



 

On behalf of the AAPG Student Chapter Board,

Geertje Strijker

 
 


Speaker:           Jan de Jager, Shell Rijswijk

Date:                  Friday April 17th 2009


Time:                 12.30 hrs

Room:                2.02

 

'The Netherlands through Geological Time'

During its geological history, the Netherlands travelled over the globe from some 60 degrees south in Ordovician times, across the equator, to its present-day position. During this journey, continental plates collided forming mountain belts at one time while later deep rift basins formed before continental plates broke up again. In addition, sea level and climatic conditions were changing all the time. The sediments and structures that we find in our subsurface result from these even-changing tectonic processes and climatic conditions, and indicate the radically different landscapes of the Netherlands at different times in its geological history.



Uitnodiging Bsc Research Minor colloquium 
L.S.,

Namens Dr. M.E. Donselaar nodig ik u uit voor het volgende BSc Research Minor colloquium:



Reservoir architecture modeling of fluvial point-bar sandstone: Loranca Basin, Spain

Door: Louise Meijer en Koen van Toorenenburg

Datum: 17 april 2009

Tijd: 14.00 uur

Plaats: Zaal CT_3.02 van het gebouw Civiele Techniek

Commissieleden: Dr. M.E. Donselaar en Ir. A. Janszen.

  

Lydia Broekhuijsen









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