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Eric James Peavey
Eric James Peavey
Phone:
(979) 845-2451
Email:
eric_peavey@tamu.edu
Office:
Halbouty 169
Address:
Department of Geology and Geophysics
Texas A&M University
3115 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-3115

Degrees:

M.S. Geology, Texas A&M University, 2015-Present

B.S. Earth Science, Southern Connecticut State University, 2009-2013

Awards:

Unocal Graduate Fellowship in Geoscience, Texas A&M University, (2016-2017)
Calvert Memorial Scholarship, Houston Geological Society (2016-Present) 

Courses:

GEOL 668: Sequence Stratigraphy And Depositional Environments (Fall 2016)

GEOL 305: Paleobiology (Spring 2016)

GEOL 300: Geology Field Camp (Summer 2015, 2016, 2017)

GEOL 101 & 104: Principles of Geology (Fall 2015, Fall 2016)


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Eric James Peavey

Graduate Student

Research Interests

Research Interests: Unconventional Resources, Sequence Stratigraphy, Chronostratigraphy

Description:

My research integrates litho-, chemo-, bio- and chronostratigraphic proxies to develop robust sequence stratigraphic correlations in unconventional plays on regional scales. Future work will employ the development of new methods (geochemical and otherwise) to model interaction between siliciclastic and carbonate sequence stratigraphic systems and to constrain ages of stratal surfaces and isotopic events in the Western Interior. This approach has implications for regional-scale basin evolution, overburden accumulation in petroleum systems and high-resolution (spatial and temporal) interpretations of depositional environments and paleogeography of areas of study (e.g., Eagle Ford Shale, Wolfcamp, Utica, etc.).

Additional Interests: Carbonate Sedimentology, Provenance of mixed carbonate/siliciclastic systems

Selected Publications

Peavey, E.J., Pope, M.C., Lundquist, J.J., Deluca, M.J., Miller, B.V., Wehner, M., Donovan A.D., Thompson, J.T. and     Moore, B., 2017, A New Chronostratigraphic Framework for Eagle Ford- and Austin-equivalent Strata in west Texas: Implications for Basin Evolution and Diachoneity in Unconventional Reservoirs: (Summer/Fall 2017 – Target journal GSA Bulletin/AAPG Bulletin))

Donovan, A.D., Pope, M.C., Gardner, R.D., Peavey, E.J., 2017, Field Guide to the Eagle Ford Group: West Texas: AAPG Field Seminar: In AAPG ACE 2017, April 5-8.

Peavey, E.J., Deluca, M.J., Moore, B., Wehner, M., Miller, B.V., Pope, M.C., Donovan, A.D., Staerker, T.S., 2017, Chronocorrelation of Eagle Ford-equivalent Stratigraphy in west Texas through Integration of Biostratigraphic, Chemostratigraphic and Astrochronologic Data with High Resolution U/Pb Zircon Geochronology of Ash Beds from the Ernst Member (Boquillas Formation: Big Bend National Park) and Eagle Ford Group (Lozier Canyon): In AAPG ACE 2017, Houston, TX, April 2-5.

Peavey, E.J., Deluca, M.J., Wehner, M., Thompson, J., Moore, B., Lundquist, J.J., Pope, M.C., Staerker, T.S., and Donovan, A.D., 2017, Exploring Diachroneity in Unconventional Resources: Chronostratigraphic Constraints on Eagle Ford and Austin-equivalent Strata in west Texas: In the 11th Annual Student Research Symposium, Texas A&M University, March 30.

Peavey, E.J., Borremans, S.C., Bonnette, G.J., Pachuca, F., Merrill, C.W., Purwamaska, I., Deluca, M.J. and Moore, B., 2017, Chemostratigraphic Analysis and Correlation of Eagle Ford Group-equivalent Stratigraphy Across west Texas: In the 51st S-C GSA section meeting, San Antonio, TX, March 13-14.

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Michael C. Pope
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