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Rock typing partnership with ana-min

Task Geoscience have linked with ana-min to provide rock typing to clients. Contact the Perth office (tel: +61 8 9364 2051 and see 'locations and contacts' page) or ana-min at 31 Brewer Street, Perth 6000, Western Australia, Australia (tel: +61 8 9260 9788) for further details. We are working on a full service information page to follow.

Borehole imaging course announced: Houston, 5-7 Feb 2014

Task will hold a Borehole Imaging Course in Houston, 5-7 February 2014. The 3-day course will be open to all, but numbers are limited to 20 attendees so get your place booked early!
Click here to view the course information flier.
Click here to open/download a booking form (the completed form must be emailed to the contact name on the form, don't forget to save it for your own records).

New extended abstracts available - fluvial systems publications

Extended abstracts for the following publications are now available in the Resources - Technical Articles section of our website. Click the links below to view the abstracts and full references (new tab/window).

Soil development on modern distributive fluvial systems: preliminary observations with implications for interpretation of paleosols in the rock record
Hartley et al., 2013, New Frontiers in Paleopedology and Terrestrial Paleoclimatology.

Prograding distributive fluvial systems—geomorphic models and ancient examples
Weissmann et al., 2013, New Frontiers in Paleopedology and Terrestrial Paleoclimatology.

10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology, Leeds, UK, 14-19 July 2013

Task Geoscience will be at the 10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology, come along and see us!

Task will present two papers at the conference - click the links below to view the abstracts:
Large-diameter burrows from Mid-Triassic core and FMI image interpretation, East Irish Sea Basin, UK Davidson , S.K. and Buck, S.
A quantitative approach to linking drainage area with distributive fluvial system area in dryland, endorheic basin settings Davidson, S.K. and Hartley, A.J.

The abstracts are also on the Resources - Technical Articles page of our website.

Click here for the official website for the conference (Task Geoscience is not responsible for 3rd party website content).

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