Presentations from the ARCEx Annual Conference 2020

Thank you to all participants of the ARCEx Annual Conference 2020 – the Digital Edition!

Most presentations are now available for registered users of the ARCEx intranet. Click on the title of presentation to download the file. The list below will be updated as more presentations are made available.

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Day 1, 19 Oct – Technology for eco-safe exploration in the Arctic

Welcome address.

Alfred Hanssen, UiT

Potential use of seismic for Arctic climate monitoring.

Helene Meling Stemland

Electromagnetics in the Barents Sea – A controlled case study based on the Wisting field.

Vemund Thorkildsen

Estimating blue whale source level and vocalizing depth from single sensor observation.

Léa Bouffaut, NTNU

From seismic-scale outcrop to hand sample: streamlining SfM photogrammetry processing in the geosciences.

Peter Betlem, UNIS

Skating on thin ice and other seismic investigations.

Rowan Romeyn, UiT

Day 2, 20 Oct – Petroleum geoscience

Global carbon isotope signals found on Svalbard -preliminary results.

Victoria Engelschiøn, UiO

North Atlantic-Arctic tectonics related to the wider Barents Sea paleogeography and basin evolution.

Mohamed Mansour Abdelmalak, UiO

Linking facies descriptions, total organic carbon and bitumen richness – a case study from the Middle Triassic black shales of eastern Svalbard.

Fredrik Wesenlund, UiT

Permafrost trapped natural gas – a ticking time bomb or potential energy source?

Thomas Birchall, UNIS

Seal Characterization and Seal Integrity in Uplifted Basins on the Barents Shelf, the Greater Hoop Area.

Renate S. Paulsen, UiT

Presalt Carboniferous basin architecture, salt tectonics and basin modeling providing new exploration insights in the Nordkapp Basin, SW Barents Sea.

Muhammad Hassaan, UiO – please contact author for access.

Day 3, 21 Oct – Environmental risk management

Pelagic ecosystem dynamics between late autumn and the post spring bloom in the high latitude Kaldfjorden.

Ingrid Wiedmann, UiT

Parental exposure to crude oil on fertilization success and embryo development in Atlantic cod.

Claudia Erhart, UiT

Oil spill response options from a shrimp`s perspective.

Frederike Keitel-Gröner, NORCE

Current status of SYMBIOSES.

Mathias Bockwoldt, UiT

Large whale acoustic behavior in Lofoten-Vesterålen recorded by autonomous systems.

Sofia Aniceto, UiT/VISTA

Masking effects of seismic airguns on baleen whale communication.

Hannah Kriesell, NTNU

Day 4, 22 Oct – Petroleum geosciences

Onshore-offshore correlations of the Billefjorden fault zone, Svalbard.

Aleksandra Smyrak-Sikora, UNIS

The Norian to Bathonian reservoir interval of Svalbard and examples of correlation to the northern Barents Sea.

Gareth Lord, UNIS

Miocene sedimentary environments on the northern Mid-Norwegian continental margin.

Stine Bjordal Olsen, UiT

Cenozoic evolution of the northern Barents Sea-Svalbard Area.

Maximilian Weber, UiT

Lower Cretaceous source rocks, SW Barents Sea.

Andreas Hagset, UiT

The Paleocene succession in Svalbard – summary and new insights into an initial foreland basin.

Malte Jochmann, UNIS