MGPalaeo will be attending AEGC 2019 during 3-5 September, and will be sharing booth #7 with our friends from Chemostrat. We’d love you to call in and say hi!

Amely will also be presenting on ‘Fine-scale variations in distributary mouth-bar morphology in the Middle Triassic Caley Member of the Bedout Sub-basin, Western Australia.’ Her talk is at 4.40pm on Tues 3rd September, so come along and hear what she has to say. Come armed with your questions for Amely to answer, too!

Speaking of questions, our team will be on hand to discuss any palynological or sedimentological questions you may have, and will be happy to discuss ideas with you.

We will have a demo version of our AUSTRALIS geological database available during the conference too. Our database contains the most up-to-date interpretation of geological data that exists, covering more than 2000 wells across the NWS and Perth Basin, using one consistent palynological zonation scheme.

And lastly, we have some great ‘goodies’ to give away (palynological playing cards! Permian mouse pads!), so please drop by and say hello, have a game of cards, and take our database for a spin. We look forward to seeing you next week!

Highly deformed and loaded sandstone base in the Roc 2 well, contrasting with the underlying sharp to erosive based sandstone bed. Passively sand-filled burrows, including Chondrites are present throughout the mudstones.