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PhD (Completed)

Dr. Erin Pemberton

University of Calgary


Research Topics:

  • Sedimentary Bodies Intermediate Between Channels and Sheets: Outcrop Modeling Flow Transition Zone Deposits

Previous Degrees

  • Ph.D. (University of Calgary), 2015

  • B.Sc. (Biology, University of Alberta)

  • B.Sc. (Geology, University of Alberta)

Little known fact: Huge fan of a perpetually losing ice hockey team.

Current Employment: Chevron, Calgary, Alberta, CANADA


CSS Publications

Pemberton, E.A., Stright, L., Fletcher, S. and Hubbard, S.M., 2018. The influence of stratigraphic architecture on seismic response: Reflectivity modeling of outcropping deepwater channel units. Interpretation, 6(3), pp.T783-T808.

Pemberton, E., 2016. Multi-Scale Analysis of Deep-Water Deposits from High-Relief Slope Systems, Cretaceous Strata of the Magallanes Basin, Southern Chile and Colville Basin, Northern Alaska. [Doctoral Dissertation, University of Calgary]

Pemberton, E.A., Hubbard, S.M., Fildani, A., Romans, B. and Stright, L., 2016. The stratigraphic expression of decreasing confinement along a deep-water sediment routing system: Outcrop example from southern Chile. Geosphere, 12(1), pp.114-134.

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