EAGE Student E-Lectures
In addition to in-person educational student activities, EAGE also offers (student) E-Lectures. The videos cover a specific or more general geoscience or engineering topic and last for about 10 to 15 minutes. While many of the E-Lectures are presented for a professional audience, have a library of recorded student E-Lectures, custom-made for students! You can find all EAGE E-Lectures on our Learning Geoscience platform.
Recent E-Lectures include:
- How to Store CO2 Underground by Philip Ringrose
- Microseismic Monitoring of a Tight Light Oil Reservoir… by John Duhault
- Sedimentology and Reservoir Properties of Chalk by Dr. John D. Humphrey
- Chalk Porosity and Diagenesis by Dr. John D. Humphrey
Many of our E-Lectures are delivered by our student lecture tour (SLT) instructors.