SDSU Geological Sciences - Seminar - J. Fred Bair

submitted by: tcarrasc
Development Geology of the Antelope Shale: Section 1Y, Cymric Field, San Joaquin Valley, California - The Antelope Shale reservoir in Section 1Y, Cymric Field, San Joaquin Valley, California is one of Chevron’s key assets. The reservoir is a Miocene Age member of the Monterey Formation composed of Opal A (amorphous), Opal CT (cristobalite, tridimite) and Quartz phase diatomaceous deep water sediments. The Antelope Shale has an anomalously high average porosity of 58%, high initial oil...

Visualization of Southern California Earthquake

submitted by: amit_chourasia

Scientific Visualization of how an earthquake would effect the southern California region.

Visualizing the ground motions of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake

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submitted by: apryl
With advances in computational capabilities and refinement of seismic wave-propagation models in the past decade large three-dimensional simulations of earthquake ground motion have become possible. The resulting datasets from these simulations are multivariate, temporal and multi-terabyte in size. Past visual representations of results from seismic studies have been largely confined to static two-dimensional maps. New visual representations provide scientists with alternate ways of viewing...
Authors: Brad Aagaard, Amit Chourasia, Steve Cutchin

The genetic response to Snowball Earth: role of HSP90 in the Cambrian explosion

submitted by: Michael Baker
"The Genetic Response to Snowball Earth: Role of HSP90 in the Cambrian Explosion" Download this paper at the following web address: http://repositories.cdlib.org/postprints/2103 The events that shaped the Cambrian explosion from 545 to 530 Ma, when multicellular animals suddenly appeared in the fossil record, are not fully understood. It is likely that the evolution of new transcription factors and other signal transduction proteins that regulated developmental networks was important...
Authors: M. e. Baker

What can we learn about unusual earthquake hazards from large scale numerical simulations on the Grid? by Bernard Minster

submitted by: foxsdengcf

Bernard Minster discusses "What can we learn about unusual earthquake hazards from large scale numerical simulations on the Grid?" at The Minority-Serving Institutions Cyberinfrastructure Institute (MSICI2) Preliminary Program at the San Diego Supercomputing Center, University of California San Diego La Jolla, California | June 26-29, 2006

CROSS-Fire Demo

submitted by: lciuffo

EELA-2 application demo: http://applications.eu-eela.eu/application_details.php?ID=8
Authors António Pina and Bruno Oliveira