The Basin and Reservoir Research Lab is multi-disciplinary. Professor Wach uses a research approach based on integrated, multi-disciplinary research themes:
- Basin and Field Analysis and Stratigraphy
- Outcrop Analogs, Core Studies, Geologic and Reservoir Modelling
- Reservoir Characterization and Provenance Studies
- Source Rock characterization and Paleoenvironmental interpretation
- Visit our Sustainable Energy Research webpage for more information about our environmental research
- Lobbied and initiated the first environmental geoscience award to recognize excellence in research and presentation for the Atlantic Universities Geologic Conference (AUGC), 2015
- Completed the first comprehensive overview of basins suitable for the storage of CO2 gas, 2014
- Hosted the first public screening in Canada of the movie "Switch" - a comprehensive review of energy challenges facing the world, 2014
In keeping with the Province of Nova Scotia and Dalhousie University's health and safety guidelines, the majority of our operations are taking place remotely to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Through video conferencing software, email, and other forms of communication, we are able to continue conducting collaborative research and have created an online community. When it is necessary to go to campus, masks and physical distancing are required in all the shared spaces.
Upcoming event! On April 29, 2021 at 11:30 am AST, Carla Skinner will be giving a talk entitled "High Pressure Situations: Overpressure & Reservoir Connectivity in the Sable Subbasin."
Read our Current Newsletter (Jan-March, 2021) [PDF - 1 mb]
Led by Professor Grant Wach, our research team applies industry standard technology to research problems in basin analysis, reservoir prediction, characterization and modelling.
In the Basin and Reservoir Lab, we aim to publish high quality research in internationally recognized peer-reviewed journals and international conferences.