The winner of the 2005 M.Sc. thesis award is Lori Meyer. Her thesis, entitled Internal Architecture of an Ancient, Deep-water, Passive Margin Turbidite System, Upper Kaza Group, Windermere Supergroup, British Columbia, was co-supervised by Dr. G.M. Ross and Dr. C. Riediger at the University of Calgary. Lori also received valuable guidance from Dr. J.P. Zonneveld (GSC-Calgary) and Dr. R.W.C. Arnott (University of Ottawa). Financial support for this study was provided by the Windermere Consortium (Anadarko Canada, Canadian Natural Resources, Devon Canada, Encana Corporation, Nexen and Shell), NSERC Research and Development Grant, and a 2003 AAPG Grant-in-Aid.

Prior to completing her...

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