This Thursday (October 22nd) Western will be hosting AAPG Visiting Geoscientist, Peter Putnam (full bio: http://www.aapg.org/career/training/in-person/visiting-geoscientist/details/articleid/16875/peter-putnam).
Peter will be giving us a talk entitled “The importance of field work and rock work in developing Canada’s bitumen reservoirs” – a topic which I think most of us can relate to, or we wouldn’t have all those fun field photos and stories when we come back from the summer.
Join us from 1:30-2:20 on Thursday in BGS 1069.
All are welcome.
Coffee and donuts will be provided.
Peter said he can probably stick around after his talk, so for anyone who is interested, we will be going over to the grad club post-lecture.
See you there 🙂