Two former geostudents first authors of articles in "Interpretation"
Sigurd Kjoberg and Syahreza Saidina Angkasa graduated from the master’s programme at Dept. of Geosciences in 2016. Both are affiliation to CEED. They are now first authors of articles in the scientific journal Interpretation, articles which are based on their master theses.
The two articles exploring geological conditions on the sea floor. One from the Møre-bassin and the other from the sea floor outside Scotland. Image: Google Earth
The scientific geophysical journal "Interpretation" is published jointly by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists(AAPG) and Society of Exploration Geophysicists(SEG). The articles from the newly graduated geophysicans are included in a theme section in the journal.
The articles were published online in May/June, but were submitted in 2016. The two articles are based on the students master’s theses, and Sigurd and Syahreza are first authors. It is not everyday that newly graduated master students publish in an international scientific journals.
The scientific journal Interpretation includes articles directly related to the practice of interpretation of the Earth’s subsurface for exploration and extraction of mineral resources and for environmental and engineering applications.
Congratulations to Sigurd and Syahreza!
Kjoberg, S., Schmiedel, T., Planke, S., Svensen, H.H., Millett, J.M., Jerram, D.A., Galland, O., Lecomte, I., Schofield, N., Haug, Ø.T., & A. Helsem. 2017. 3D structure and formation of hydrothermal vent complexes at the Paleocene-Eocene transition, the Møre Basin, mid-Norwegian margin. Interpretation, vol. 5 no. 3., ISSN: 2324-8858first published June 20, 2017
Angkasa, S.S., Jerram, D.A., Millett, J.M., Svensen, H.H., Planke, S.,Taylor, R.A., Schofield, N., & J., Howell. 2017. Mafic intrusions, hydrothermal venting, and the basalt-sediment transition: Linking onshore and offshore examples from the North Atlantic igneous Province. Interpretation, vol. 5 no. 3., ISSN: 2324-8858 published 15 May 2017.