Lesli J. Wood
Weimer Distinguished Chair and Professor, Geology and Geological Engineering
- B.S., Geology, Arkansas Tech University, 1985
- M.S., Geology, University of Arkansas, 1988
- Ph.D., Earth Resources, Colorado State University, 1992
- Quantitative Seismic Geomorphology of clastic depositional systems
- Clastic reservoir characterization and modeling through research in outcrop and modern systems
- Tectonic and sedimentologic interaction in continental margins around the world
- Neogene development of the world’s large deltas
- Martian deltas and shoreline processes
- Shale tectonics and mud volcanoes
- GEGN 204 Geologic Processes and Deposits
- GEGN 503/504 Integrated Exploration and Development
- GEGN 585 Seismic Geomorphology
- Salazar, M., Moscardelli, L., and Wood, L., 2018, Reconstructing sediment infill and high-relief clinoform architectures using forward-modeling: A case study from the Taranaki Basin. AAPG Bulletin.
- Moscardelli, L. and Wood, L., 2015, Morphometry of mass transport deposits as a predictive tool. GSA Bulletin, June, j2015.
- Dunlap, D. B. and Wood, L., 2013, Seismic Geomorphology of Early North Atlantic Sediment Waves, Offshore North West Africa: Interpretation, v. 1, no. 1 (2013), SA75-SA91.
- Burton, D. and Wood, L., 2013, Quantitative shale bed characterization of the tidally-influenced Sego Sandstone, Petroleum Geology.
- Wood, L. J., Editor., 2011, Shale Tectonics: AAPG Memoir 93, p. 157.
- Moscardelli, Lorena, and Wood, L. J., 2006, Seismic geomorphology of mass transport deposits and controls on formation and character, eastern offshore Trinidad (abs.): American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention, v. 15, p. 76.
- Wood, L. J., 2006, Quantitative geomorphology of the Mars Eberswalde Delta: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 118, no. 5/6, p. 557–566.
- Wood, L. J., 2000, Chronostratigraphy and tectonostratigraphy of the Columbus Basin, eastern offshore Trinidad: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 84, no. 12, p. 1905–1921.