Martin G. Fowler mainly investigates Mineralogy, Source rock, Petroleum, Maturity and Sedimentary basin. He interconnects Pristane and Oil shale in the investigation of issues within Mineralogy. His Source rock study which covers Sedimentary depositional environment that intersects with Organic matter, Total organic carbon, Sterane, Maceral and Alginite.
His studies deal with areas such as Basin modelling, Beaufort scale, Oceanography and Petroleum geochemistry as well as Petroleum. His Maturity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sedimentary rock, Geochemistry, Paleozoic and Carbonate. Martin G. Fowler works mostly in the field of Sedimentary basin, limiting it down to topics relating to Ordovician and, in certain cases, Geochronology, Isochron, Late Devonian extinction, Carbonate rock and Radiogenic nuclide.
Martin G. Fowler mainly focuses on Source rock, Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Paleontology and Maturity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sedimentary depositional environment, Petroleum, Oil shale and Clastic rock. His research in Geochemistry intersects with topics in Structural basin, Geomorphology and Organic geochemistry.
Martin G. Fowler combines subjects such as Sterane, Organic matter, Sedimentary rock and Kerogen with his study of Mineralogy. His work on Cretaceous, Canada Basin, Facies and Petrography as part of general Paleontology study is frequently linked to Palynology, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work carried out in the field of Maturity brings together such families of science as Pristane, Carbonate, Total organic carbon and Mesozoic.
His primary areas of investigation include Source rock, Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petroleum and Paleontology. His Source rock research includes elements of Biodegradation and Maturity. His Geochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Structural basin, Geomorphology, Organic geochemistry and Cretaceous.
His Mineralogy study combines topics in areas such as Mass spectrum, Oil shale, Hopanoids, Environmental chemistry and Fraction. His Petroleum study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sterane, Basin modelling, Sulfate and Petroleum geochemistry. His Paleozoic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Kerogen, Devonian, Ordovician and Petrography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mineralogy, Petroleum geochemistry, Petroleum, Basin modelling and Source rock. His research integrates issues of Chromatography, Oil shale and Hopanoids in his study of Mineralogy. In most of his Oil shale studies, his work intersects topics such as Asphaltene.
The various areas that Martin G. Fowler examines in his Petroleum geochemistry study include Sulfate, Reservoir modeling and Aquifer. Martin G. Fowler interconnects Natural gas and Petroleum engineering in the investigation of issues within Petroleum. His work on Oil generation as part of general Source rock study is frequently linked to Large range, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Composition and Potential Sources for Sediment Samples from the Beaufort and Barents Seas
Mark B. Yunker;Lloyd R. Snowdon;Robie W. Macdonald;John N. Smith.
Environmental Science & Technology (1996)
The controls on the composition of biodegraded oils in the deep subsurface: Part II—Geological controls on subsurface biodegradation fluxes and constraints on reservoir-fluid property prediction
Steve Larter;Haiping Huang;Jennifer Adams;Barry Bennett.
AAPG Bulletin (2006)
The influence of thermochemical sulphate reduction on hydrocarbon composition in Nisku reservoirs, Brazeau River area, Alberta, Canada
B.K. Manzano;M.G. Fowler;H.G. Machel.
Organic Geochemistry (1997)
Applications of petroleum geochemistry to exploration and reservoir management
Ken E Peters;Martin G Fowler.
Organic Geochemistry (2002)
Unique distributions of hydrocarbons and sulphur compounds released by flash pyrolysis from the fossilised alga Gloeocapsomorpha prisca, a major constituent in one of four Ordovician kerogens
A.G Douglas;J.S.Sinninghe Damsté;M.G Fowler;T.I Eglinton.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1991)
Biological marker and conventional organic geochemistry of oil sands/heavy oils, Western Canada basin
P.W. Brooks;M.G. Fowler;R.W. Macqueen.
Organic Geochemistry (1988)
Effect of maturity and petroleum expulsion on pyrrolic nitrogen compound yields and distributions in Duvernay Formation petroleum source rocks in central Alberta, Canada
Maowen Li;Huanxin Yao;L.D. Stasiuk;M.G. Fowler.
Organic Geochemistry (1997)
Hydrogen isotopic compositions of individual alkanes as a new approach to petroleum correlation: case studies from the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin
Maowen Li;Yongsong Huang;Mark Obermajer;Chunqing Jiang.
Organic Geochemistry (2001)
Re–Os elemental and isotopic systematics in crude oils
David Selby;David Selby;Robert A. Creaser;Martin G. Fowler.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2007)
Evaluation of bitumen as a 187Re–187Os geochronometer for hydrocarbon maturation and migration: A test case from the Polaris MVT deposit, Canada
David Selby;David Selby;Robert A. Creaser;Keith Dewing;Martin Fowler.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2005)
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