Entries by Nur Schuba

EPSL: A low-angle detachment fault revealed: Three-dimensional images of the S-reflector fault zone along the Galicia passive margin

Paper Link : https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012821X18302073 Received: 19 December 2017 Accepted: 8 April 2018 Published: 17 April 2018 Abstract: A new 3-D seismic reflection volume over the Galicia margin continent–ocean transition zone provides an unprecedented view of the prominent S-reflector detachment fault that underlies the outer part of the margin. This volume images the fault’s structure from breakaway […]

PetroChallenge 2015

Some Rice Earth Science students participated in PetroChallenge, an event sponsored by Schlumberger’s NExT. It is a two day, simulation-based, exploration and production-themed game where you are partnered with people from other backgrounds. There were a lot of Rice Earth Science PSM students. On the regular-track thesis program side, it was just me and my office […]

12th Annual Women’s Energy Network YWE Event

As two other undergrads and four grad students, we helped out at the Women’s Energy Network’s (WEN) 12th annual Young Women Energized (YWE) event. A lot of acronyms…    We set up a small booth and then later broke into small discussion panels to talk to some Houston high school girls about getting a degree in […]