GEOLOGICAL ROAD LOGUVALDE -- EAGLE PASS – ANACACHO MOUNTAINS, SOUTHWEST TEXASPrepared for the Spring, 2016 field trip by Thomas E. Ewing, Frontera Exploration ConsultantsThe April 2016 field trip was led by Tom Fett and Tom Ewing to examine the Upper Cretaceous sandstones and related rocks exposed in the Eagle Pass area. The trip originated in Castroville and traveled west, stopping at Black Waterhole to view a Cretaceous tuff ring and lava lake (as described in the 2004 guidebook).
A quantitative pore-scale investigation on the paragenesis of Wilcox tight gas sandstoneAyaz Mehmani*1, Kitty Milliken2 and Maša Prodanović1(1) Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin(2) Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at AustinCopyright 2015, Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) DOI 10.15530/urtec-2015-2147717This paper was prepared for presentation at the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference held in San Antonio, Texas, USA, 20-22 July 2015.
Beyond the Bad-Water Line: A Model for the Occurrence of Brackish Water in Upper Coastal Plain Aquifers in Texas
Amy Shelton and V.H. McNutt Distinguished Professor in Geology
The University of Texas at San Antonio
Winery Field Trip
April 9th, 2021
Overview of the Austin Chalk in South Texas and Louisiana
May 14th, 2021