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MS (Completed)

Allie Jackson

University of Utah


Research Topics:

  • High-resolution modeling of the inter-channel architecture of the Lower Laguna Figueroa channel complexes

  • Quantifying static inter- and intra-channel connectivity of the Lower Laguna Figueroa channel complexes

  • Characterizing static reservoir connectivity of deep-water slope deposits using detailed outcrop-based models

Previous Degrees

  • M.S. (University of Utah), 2014

  • B.S. (Colorado State University), 2012

Little known fact: Rock climber extraordinaire

Current Employment: Spotfire Consultant at Blue River Analytics, Durango, CO, USA

Independent Consultant

CSS Publications

Stevenson, C.J., Jackson, C.A.L., Hodgson, D.M., Hubbard, S.M. and Eggenhuisen, J.T., 2015. Deep-water sediment bypass. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 85(9), pp.1058-1081.

Jackson, A., Stright, L., Hubbard, S.M. and Romans, B.W., 2019. Static connectivity of stacked deep-water channel elements constrained by high-resolution digital outcrop models. AAPG Bulletin, 103(12), pp.2943-2973.

Jackson, A., 2014. Characterizing Static Reservoir Connectivity of Deep-water Slope Deposits Using Detailed Outcrop-based Facies Models, Tres Pasos Formation, Magallanes Basin, Chilean Patagonia [MS Thesis, University of Utah]

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