Andrew Hurst focuses on Petrology, Clastic rock, Geomorphology, Sedimentary rock and Sill. The various areas that Andrew Hurst examines in his Petrology study include Sedimentary structures and Permeability. In Clastic rock, Andrew Hurst works on issues like Paleogene, which are connected to Graben and Geochemistry.
Sedimentary depositional environment and Turbidite are the core of his Geomorphology study. His study in Sedimentary rock is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chalcedony, Mineralogy, Diagenesis and Sponge spicule. His Sill research incorporates elements of Overburden, Fracture, Dike, Pore water pressure and Overburden pressure.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Petrology, Geochemistry, Geomorphology, Clastic rock and Paleontology. Andrew Hurst has researched Petrology in several fields, including Sedimentary depositional environment, Outcrop, Economic geology and Permeability. His research in Sedimentary depositional environment focuses on subjects like Facies, which are connected to Stratigraphy.
His work in the fields of Geomorphology, such as Turbidite, intersects with other areas such as Deep water and Bedding. His study with Clastic rock involves better knowledge in Sedimentary rock. His Sedimentary rock research includes themes of Clay minerals, Kaolinite and Mineralogy.
Andrew Hurst spends much of his time researching Petrology, Geochemistry, Provenance, Outcrop and Fluid dynamics. His Petrology study combines topics in areas such as Structural basin, Geomorphology and Siliciclastic. Petrography, Metamorphic rock and Clastic rock are among the areas of Geochemistry where Andrew Hurst concentrates his study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Submarine pipeline and Petroleum in addition to Clastic rock. He has included themes like Sedimentary depositional environment, Sedimentary rock, Diagenesis and Paleogene in his Provenance study. His study focuses on the intersection of Outcrop and fields such as North sea with connections in the field of Fracture and Continental shelf.
Andrew Hurst mainly investigates Petrology, Outcrop, North sea, Geomorphology and Paleontology. His study connects Structural basin and Petrology. Andrew Hurst interconnects Geophysical imaging, Lithology and Upward migration in the investigation of issues within Outcrop.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Geochemistry, Petroleum and Fracture. His Geomorphology study incorporates themes from Dilatant, Tectonics, Mountain chain and Deformation. His research in the fields of Clastic rock overlaps with other disciplines such as Saucer.
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Physical characteristics of sand injectites
Andrew Hurst;Anthony Scott;Anthony Scott;Mario Vigorito;Mario Vigorito.
Fluidization and injection in the deep-water sandstones of the Eocene Alba Formation (UK North Sea)
Davide Duranti;Andrew Hurst.
Clay Microporosity in Reservoir Sandstones: An Application of Quantitative Electron Microscopy in Petrophysical Evaluation
Andrew Hurst;Paul H. Nadeau.
AAPG Bulletin (1995)
Geological modelling of clay diagenesis in sandstones
Andrew Hurst;Hilary Irwin.
Clay Minerals (1982)
Superb exposure of a channel, levee and overbank complex in an ancient deep-water slope environment
B.T Cronin;A Hurst;H Celik;I Türkmen.
Sedimentary Geology (2000)
Significance of large-scale sand injectites as long-term fluid conduits: evidence from seismic data
Andrew Hurst;J. Cartwright;M. Huuse;R. Jonk.
Seismic Characteristics of Large-Scale Sandstone Intrusions in the Paleogene of the South Viking Graben, UK and Norwegian North Sea
Mads Huuse;Davide Duranti;Noralf Steinsland;Claudia G. Guargena.
Geological Society, London, Memoirs (2004)
Clay mineral variations in Holocene terrestrial sediments from the Indus Basin
Anwar Alizai;Steve Hillier;Peter Dominic Clift;Liviu Giosan.
Quaternary Research (2012)
Fluidization structures produced by upward injection of sand through a sealing lithology
Andrew Hurst;Joe Cartwright;Davide Duranti.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2003)
PERMEABILITY VARIATIONS IN SANDSTONES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO SEDIMENTARY STRUCTURES
Andrew Hurst;Kjell Johan Rosvoll.
Reservoir Characterization II (1991)
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