Maria A. Gutierrez Azuaje

Maria A. Gutierrez Azuaje

Graduate Student

  antoga22@tamu.edu

  Halbouty 311

Research

  • Stratigraphic variability of mudrocks successions
  • Chemostratigraphic signatures of mudrocks successions (unconventional oil & gas plays) and its paleoenvironmental implications
  • Tying outcrop sed-strat characterization to well log and geochemistry subsurface data
  • Permian basin, Wolfcamp Formation

Selected Publications

Gutierrez, M. A., and R. Ewing, 2015. Spatial variations in eolian stratigraphic architecture of the Norphlet Formation, southwestern Alabama: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions, v. 65, p. 455–461

Education

  • M.S. Geology, Texas A&M University (2016)
  • Diploma in Petroleum Geosciences, IFP School (2011)
  • Geological Engineering, Universidad de Los Andes (ULA), Venezuela (2007)

Awards

Chevron Center of Research Excellence (CoRE) Fellowship, TAMU (Fall 2015)

Courses

Courses taught:

Historical Geology Lab

Other:

Research Assistant in petroleum systems and basin modeling (2015)

Research Assistant in clastic sedimentology: eolian and fluvial deposits (2014)

Additional Information

Advisor: Art Donovan

 

Internships with Texas Oil and Gas Institute (TOGI) during Nov 2016- Feb. 2017 and Sept. 2017 – Dec. 2017

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