Caribbean Geol. Conference 2015
Port of Spain,
Trinidad & Tobaggo, W.I.
May 17 - 22, 2015
Full Technical Program
Full Meeting Summary (PDF)
30 min oral sessions (presenter underlined):
Patrick Loureiro**, Paul Mann*; Re-defining the active fault boundaries and kinematics of the Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands microplate
Tricia Alvarez, Paul Mann*, Lesli Wood, Carlos Alberto Vargas, Joan Latchman; Transition from Subduction to Strike-Slip in the Southeast Caribbean: Effects on Lithospheric Structures and Overlying Basin Evolution.
Travis Tillman**, Paul Mann*; Hydrocarbon potential of Hispaniola and Puerto Rico based on combining depth to basement and maturity information from previous wells.
Shenelle Gomez**; Structural Framework and Hydrocarbon Potential of the Inner Forearc Deformation Belt, Tobago-Forearc Basin- Barbados Accretionary Prism Transition Zone
Karilys Castillo**, Paul Mann*; Cenozoic history of the easternmost Eastern Venezuela foreland basin and Orinoco delta system.
Kyle Reuber**, Jim Pindell and Andy Bliss; New seismic data from Demerara Rise; SDRs and regional relations with surrounding terranes.
Tricia Alvarez, Paul Mann*, Lesli Wood; Tectonics, Basin Evolution and Sediment Distribution within the Collision to Subduction Transition of the southeastern Caribbean Plate Boundary Zone in Offshore Trinidad.
Tricia Alvarez, Paul Mann*, Lesli Wood; Along-Strike Sediment Transport is an Underappreciated Control on the Pleistocene Sedimentary Record offshore East Coast Trinidad.
Brian Ott** and Paul Mann*; Tectonostratigraphic evolution of the Nicaraguan Rise based on integration of 2D seismic and potential fields data: New constraints on Caribbean Plate history and petroleum exploration.
Tricia Alvarez, Paul Mann, Lesli Wood; Tectonics, Basin Evolution and Sediment Distribution within the Collision to Subduction Transition of the southeastern Caribbean Plate Boundary Zone in Offshore Trinidad.
Juan Carlos Silva-Tamayo*, Alcides Sial, Andres Pardo, Bayona, German, Agustin Cardona, Camilo Montes; Changes in Eocene-Miocene Shallow Marine Carbonate Factories Along the Tropical Southeast Circum-Caribbean Responded to Major Regional and Global Environmental and Tectonic Events