Dr. Neal Auchter
Slope evolution and stratigraphic framework of the Tres Pasos Formation, northern Magallanes Basin, Chilean Patagonia
Proximal to distal facies variability and mass transport deposit-influenced architectures along a 3.5 km slope transect, Tres Pasos Formation at Rio Zamora Valley, southern Chile --
Architectural analysis of outcropping deep-water channel deposits, Tres Pasos Formation, southern Chile: Implications for sedimentary processes and seismic interpretation
Intrastratal slope deformation preserved in outcrop, Tres Pasos Formation, Magallanes Basin, southern Chile
Detrital strontium stratigraphic constraints on basin infill history of a deep-water foreland basin, Magallanes Basin, southern Chile
Ph.D. (Virginia Tech), 2016
M.S. (University of Montana), 2012
B.Sc. (University of Wisconsin), 2009
Little known fact: Outstanding mustache grower.
Current Employment: Shell, Houston, TX, USA
Auchter, N.C., Romans, B.W., Hubbard, S.M., Daniels, B.G., Scher, H., Buckley, W., in press, Intrabasinal sediment recycling from strontium isotope stratigraphy: Geology.
Daniels, B.G., Auchter, N.C., Hubbard, S.M., Romans, B.W., Matthews, W.A. and Stright, L., 2018. Timing of deep-water slope evolution constrained by large-n detrital and volcanic ash zircon geochronology, Cretaceous Magallanes Basin, Chile. GSA Bulletin, 130(3-4), pp.438-454.
Auchter, N.C., Romans, B.W. and Hubbard, S.M., 2016. Influence of deposit architecture on intrastratal deformation, slope deposits of the Tres Pasos Formation, Chile. Sedimentary Geology, 341, pp.13-26.