TerraStation in Academia and Research

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Did you know that many people become TerraStation users while attending college?

  • The Department of Petroleum Engineering at Heriot Watt University is using TerraStation II for research projects including the GeoPOP and Pegasus efforts. It is also used for teaching in both its MSc and MEng courses. http://www.pet.hw.ac.uk
  • Newcastle University http://nrg.ncl.ac.uk and Durham Universityhttp://www.dur.ac.uk are also involved in research connected with the GeoPOP project.
  • Edinburgh University use TerraStation for teaching purposes.
  • St Andrews University use TerraStation for teaching purposes.
  • University College, London also use TerraStation for teaching purposes.
  • Manchester University use TerraStation for teaching purposes.
  • Mesa State College uses TerraStation in GEOL 390, Computer Applications in Geology, which is a required course for geology majors.
  • Michigan Technological University offers GE 484, Introduction to Well Logging, using TerraStation. In addition, Michigan Tech is using TerraStation for U.S. Department of Energy funded projects, and it is being used in a Master's Thesis.
  • Stanford University has used TerraStation for many years in research projects funded by the National Science Foundation's Crustal Dynamics and Ocean Sciences divisions, the U.S. Department of Energy Basic Earth Sciences and CLASS programs, and through joint work with engineering and consulting firms.
  • Tarleton State University uses TerraStation in its Subsurface Methods course which covers petroleum and groundwater exploration techniques and for its Environmental Field Technology graduate class, and is part of Tarleton's new Masters in Environmental Science degree. Hughbert Collier, Associate Professor of Geology at Tarleton, is using TerraStation for research on Stoneley-derived permeability calculations.
  • Texas A&M University has been using TerraStation for its participation in the Class II Oil Program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.
  • The Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin used TerraStation as its basic log analysis package on the following projects:
    • Reservoir Characterization Research Laboratory studies of the Seminole San Andres Unit and the South Cowden Field
    • State Lands Energy Resources Optimization studies of the West Fulton Beach Field, the Red Fish Bay Field and the Keystone San Andres Field
    • U.S. Department of Energy Deltas Project studies of the Rincon Field and the TCB field
    • The Energy Resource Application Program of the Monahans Clear Fork field
    • Lagunillas field studies for Logoven and Maraven
    • The Toolachee Field study for Santos
  • Research institutes using TerraStation include:
    • Institut fur Geophysik, Montanuniversitat, Loeben - http://www.unileoben.ac.at/~geophwww/welcom.htm
    • Joanneum Research in Graz - http://www.joanneum.ac.at/gph
    • Instituto de Ciencias de la Tierra "Jaume Almera" in Barcelona - http://caribe.ija.csic.es/
    • GeoForschungsZentrum in Potsdam - http://www.gfz-potsdam.de/
    • IKU in Trondheim - http://www.iku.sintef.no/
    • University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada
    • Museum of London, England