ARCEx Conference 2018: Presentations and posters

Most presentations and posters from the ARCEx Annual Conference 2018 are now available on the ARCEx intranet. The list below may be updated as more presentations are made available.

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Welcome address.
Alfred Hanssen, ARCEx/UiT

Welcome address by the Research Council of Norway
Siri Friedemann, The Research Council of Norway

WP1&2 Geology – overview and status (part I) and Petroleum exploration on Svalbard: the story of Norsk Polar Navigasjon and its data (part II)
Sten-Andreas Grundvåg, UiT, and Kim Senger, UNIS

WP3 Environmental Risk – overview and status. 
Marianne Frantzen, Akvaplan-niva

Crude oil in the Arctic and toxicity to fish.
James Meador, NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center

Effects of increased water temperature and water-soluble crude oil exposure on survival, growth, and feeding success of early life stages of polar cod (Boreogadus saida).
Morgan Bender, UiT, et al.

Impacts of petroleum compounds on individuals and populations, using north-east Atlantic cod as a case.
Salve Dahle, Akvaplan-niva

Seabed monitoring at well and natural gas seepage sites of the Barents Sea: The Lundin lander in action.
Rolando di Primio, Lundin Norway, et al.

Mitigation of spatial aliasing in undersampled geophone arrays by dynamic time warping. 
Rowan Romeyn, UiT, Alfred Hanssen, UiT, Tor Arne Johansen, UiB

The Wisting Field in the Barents Sea – Maturing from discovery to field development – Conceptual and area related challenges
Svein Olav Drangeid, OMV Norge

Characterizing acoustic properties of cavity cloud as a time-dependent effective medium surrounding an air-gun array. 
Babak Khodabandeloo, NTNU

Organic geochemical trends and correlations in Triassic source rocks in Svalbard – preliminary results
Fredrik Wesenlund, UiT, Sten-Andreas Grundvåg, UiT, Jon Halvard Pedersen, Lundin, Jon Erik Skeie, Aker BP & Olaf Thiessen, Equinor

Structural and diagenetic evolution of a syn-rift border fault zone: the Dombjerg Fault, East Greenland rift system.
Eric Salomon, UiB, Atle Rotevatn, UiB, Sten-Andreas Grundvåg, UiT, Thomas B. Kristensen, UiB, Gijs A. Henstra, UiB

From Crude to Contextualized: Extracting the value of Big Data in the Oil & Gas Industry.
Karolina Luna, Cognite

Underpressure of the Barents Shelf – Causes and Implications for Hydrocarbon Exploration.
Thomas Birchall, UNIS, Kim Senger, UNIS, Alvar Braathen, UiO, and Snorre Olaussen, UNI

Modelling the effects of Eocene transpression on intraplate stress and fault slip in the Barents Sea. 
Sebastien Gac, UiO

COMBREROS: Cenozoic Modelling of Barents Sea Erosion.
Amando Lasabuda, UiT

Arctic: the last – or the lost – frontier
Stig-Morten Knutsen, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate


Multi-physical characterisation of central Spitsbergen’s cryosphere: implications for the gas hydrate stability zone onshore Svalbard
Peter Betlem (UNIS), Kim Senger (UNIS), Thomas Beka (UNIS/UiT), Andy Hodson (UNIS/Western Norway University of Applied Sciences)

Subnormal Pressure Regimes of the Northern Barents Shelf: Causes and Implications for Hydrocarbon Exploration
Thomas Birchall (UNIS), Kim Senger (UNIS), Alvar Braathen (UiO/UNIS), Snorre Olaussen (UNIS)

Structural controls on column height fill. Insights from the Snøhvit gas field in the Hammerfest Basin, SW Barents Sea
Izzy Edmundson (UiB), Atle Rotevatn (UiB), Roy Davies (DEA Norge), Kjetil Broberg (DEA Norge), Graham Yielding (Badley Geoscience Ltd.)

Behavioral response of Polar cod (Boreogadus saida) Larvae Exposed to the Water-Soluble Fraction of Crude Oil at Two Different Temperatures
Julia Gossa (UiT), Carole Di Poi Broussard (IFREMER, France), Morgan Lizabeth Bender (UiT), Jennifer Laurent (UiT), Ragnar Teisrud (UiT), Paul Dubourg (UiT), Marianne Frantzen (Akvaplan-niva), Bjørn Henrik Hansen (SINTEF), James Meador (NOAA, USA), Jasmine Nahrgang (UiT)

Basin development and mapping of potential Lower Cretaceous source rocks in the Møre and Vøring basins and the Western Barents Sea
Andreas Hallberg Hagset (UiT), Sten-Andreas Grundvåg (UiT), Atle Rotevatn (UiB), Roy Davies (DEA), Balazs Badics (DEA)

Geochemical correlation of Triassic successions in the Barents Sea – testing of a non-destructive method
Sigrun Maret Kvendbø Hegstad (UiT), Juha Ahokas (Aker BP), Matthias Forwick (UiT), Sten-Andreas Grundvåg (UiT)

Sound velocity estimation within the cavity cloud generated by an air-gun array
Babak Khodabandeloo (NTNU), Martin Landrø (NTNU)

Devonian core complex exhumation and Cenozoic decollements as alternatives to the Ellesmerian Orogeny
Jean-Baptiste Koehl (UiT)

ARCEx-CAGE-AMGG cruise 2018: Preliminary seismic results
Amando Lasabuda (UiT), Tom Arne Rydningen (UiT), Jan Sverre Laberg (UiT), and GEO-3144/8144 at Department of Geosciences, UiT

Trap and seal analysis of the Northern Barents Shelf
Renate Paulsen (UiT)

Mitigation of spatial aliasing in undersampled geophone arrays by dynamic time warping
Rowan Romeyn (UiT), Alfred Hanssen (UiT), Tor Arne Johansen (UiB)

Tectono-sedimentary evolution of the Paleogene Forlandsundet Graben – new insights from Sarsøyra, Western Spitsbergen, Arctic Norway
Niklas Schaaf (UiO/UNIS), Per Terje Osmundsen (NGU), Kim Senger (UNIS)

Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition in X-T domain: A novel approach to improve data quality in seismic acquisition on sea-ice
Ronny Tømmerbakke (UiB), Tor Arne Johansen (UiB), Bengt Ole Ruud (UiB), Leiv J. Gelius (UiO)

Investigating the Middle to Late Triassic Successions on Edgeøya, Svalbard – A Multidisciplinary Approach
Fredrik Wesenlund (UiT), Victoria Sjøholt Engelschiøn (NHM/UiO), Sofie Bernhardsen (NTNU), Jostein Røstad (NTNU)