Laurie Davis

The 2004 recipient of the award for the Ph.D. that made the most outstanding contribution to Canadian sedimentary and petroleum geology is Laurie Davis. His thesis, entitled “Allostratigraphic Interpretation of a Modern Coarse Clastic Barrier Complex: depositional facies, processes and relative sea level relationships”, was supervised by Drs. John Harper (principal), Brad de Young and Bill Scott at the Memorial University of Newfoundland. Laurie received financial assistance for his work from EnCana Corporation and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Logistical support was provided by the Centre for Cold Ocean Resources Engineering...

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