Publications

A full list of publications by members of ImageStrat

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Peer-reviewed publications

  1. Forbes, A., Long, D., McNee, F., Millar, A., and Wilson, A. (2019). Placing key casing points using wellsite chemostratigraphy in the Ungani Field, Canning Basin, Western Australia, in Keep, M., and Moss, S.J. (Eds), The Sedimentary Basins of Western Australia V: Proceedings of the Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia Symposium, Perth, WA, 2019, 9 pp. Link

  2. Richardson, J.C., Hodgson, D.M., Wilson, A., Lang, A., and Carrivick, J. (2016). Testing the applicability of morphometric characterisation in discordant catchments to ancient landscapes: a case study from southern Africa. Geomorphology 261: 162-176. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2016.02.026

  3. Lanci, L., Tohver, E., Wilson, A., Hansma, J., and Flint., S., (2015). Magnetostratigraphic constraints on the age of the lower Beaufort Group, western Karoo Basin, South Africa, and a critical analysis of existing U-Pb geochronological data. (G3). doi:10.1002/2015GC005930

  4. Ratcliffe, K., Wilson, A., Payenberg, T., Rittersbacher, A., Hildred, G.V., and Flint, S., (2015). Ground truthing chemostratigraphic correlations in fluvial systems. AAPG Bulletin 99(1), p155-180. doi:10.1306/06051413120

  5. Forbes, A., Blake, S., Tuffen, H., and Wilson, A., (2014). Fractures in a trachyandesitic lava flow at Öræfajökull, Iceland, used to infer subglacial emplacement in 1727-8 eruption. Volcanology and Geothermal Research. v288, p8-18. doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2014.10.004

  6. Wilson, A., Flint, S., Payenberg, T., Tohver, E., and Lanci, L., (2014). Architectural styles and sedimentology of the fluvial lower Beaufort Group, Karoo Basin, South Africa. Journal of Sedimentary Research. v84(4), p326-348. doi:10.2110/jsr.2014.28

  7. Wilson, A., and Lave, J., (2013). Convergent evolution of abrading flow obstacles: insights from analogue modelling of fluvial bedrock abrasion by coarse bedload. Geomorphology 208: 207 – 224. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.11.024

  8. S. K. Harrison, M.R. Balme, A. Hagermann, J. B. Murray, J.-P. Muller, and Wilson, A., (2013). A branching, positive relief network in the middle member of the Medusae Fossae Formation, Equatorial Mars - evidence for sapping? Planetary and Space Science 85: 142 – 163. doi:10.1016/j.pss.2013.06.004

  9. Lanci, L., Tohver, E., and Wilson, A., Flint, S., (2013). Upper Permian magnetic stratigraphy of the lower Abrahamskraal Formation, Karoo Basin. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 375: 123 – 134. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2013.05.017

  10. Wilson, A., and Lave, J., (2013). The legacy of impact conditions in the morphometrics of percussion marks on fluvial bedrock surfaces. Geomorphology186: 174-180. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.12.033

  11. Wilson, A., Hovius, N., and Turowski, J.M., (2013). Upstream facing convex surfaces: bedrock bedforms produced by fluvial bedrock abrasion. Geomorphology 180-181: 187-204. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.10.010

  12. Sipos, A. A., Domokos, G., Wilson, A., and Hovius, N., (2011). A discrete random model describing bedrock profile abrasion. Mathematical Geosciences 3, (5):583-591. doi:10.1007/s11004-011-9343-8

  13. Turowski, J.M., Hovius, N., Wilson, A., and Horng, M. J., (2008). Hydraulic geometry, river sediment and the definition of bedrock channels. Geomorphology 99 (1-4): 26-38. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2007.10.001

 

Published non-peer-reviewed articles

  1. Griffiths, J.D., Sullivan, N.B., Wilson, A., and Ratcliffe, K. (2015). Basin-to-shelf correlations in the Canning Basin, NW Australia, using Stable Carbon Isotope Stratigraphy. Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia News Resources, Issue 130, October/November 2015. Link

  2. Wilson, A., Forbes, A., Sevastjanova, I., and Ratcliffe, K., (2014). Provenance studies for the Oil industry. Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia News Resources, Issue 131, p. 61-63. Link

  3. Ratcliffe, K.T., and Wilson, A., (2014). Stratigraphy in the Oil Industry. Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia News Resources, Issue 128, February/March 2014. ISSN 1039-4419. Link

  4. Forbes, A., Ratcliffe, K.T., and Wilson, A., (2014). Mineralogy on the move. Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia News Resources, Issue 128, February/March 2014. ISSN 1039-4419. Link

 

Published abstracts and conference talks

  1. Wilson, A., Thrane, L., Cote, A., Richards, B., and Altmann, C., (2021). Borehole image features map depositional environment change in a Mesoproterozoic delta: insights from the Beetaloo Sub-basin. First EAGE Workshop on Borehole Geology in Asia Pacific. 30 March - 1 April 2021, Perth, Australia.

  2. Wilson, A., and Thrane, L., (2020). Structural and sedimentological interpretation of the Waukarlycarly-1 acoustic televiewer image log. Basins Workshop, Perth, 4th December 2020. Link

  3. Trembath, C., Berry, M., Wilson, A., and Prosser, J., (2015). Permian deposition in the eastern Nappamerri Trough. American Association of Petroleum Geologists International Conference and Exhibition, Melbourne, Australia 15th September 2015. Link

  4. Wilson, A., Ratcliffe, K., Payenberg, T., Rittersbacher, A., Hildred, G.V., and Flint, S., (2014). Ground truthing chemostratigraphic correlations in fluvial systems. Indonesian Petroleum Association conference, Jakarta.

  5. Richardson, J., Hodgson, D. M., Lang, A., and Wilson, A., (2013). Hypsometry and geology of drainage basins: toward understanding the long term landscape evolution of southern South Africa. International Association of Geomorphologists conference, Paris.

  6. Wilson, A., Flint, S., and Payenberg, T., (2013). Complex sand body architecture in ephemeral fluvial systems from the Karoo Basin: Product of climate, tectonics and autogenic processes. 10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology. Leeds, U.K.

  7. Wilson, A., Flint, S., and Payenberg, T., (2013). Fluvial point bar architecture produced by ephemeral flows in a semi-arid climate, lower Beaufort Group (Permian), Karoo Basin, South Africa. 10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology. Leeds, U.K.

  8. Lanci, L., Tohver, E., Wilson, A., Ratcliffe, K. T., and Flint, S., (2013). Late Permian cycle-stratigraphy in the continental deposits of the Karoo basin (South Africa). AGU Fall Meeting.

  9. Wilson, A., Flint, S., and Payenberg, T., (2012). Fluvial point bar architecture produced by ephemeral flows in a semi-arid climate, lower Beaufort Group (Permian), Karoo Basin, South Africa. British Sedimentological Research Group, Dublin.

  10. Duller, R. A., Kougioumtzoglou, I., Burke, M., Wilson, A., Dunning, S., and Fedele, J., (2012). Vertical and lateral patterns of grain size the stratigraphic record. Strata and Time (William Smith Meeting) Burlington House, Geological Society of London.

  11. Wilson, A., Flint, S., Payenberg, T., Vermeulen, J., and Palfrey, A., (2012). Ephemeral fluvial sand body architecture and sedimentology in an aggradational dominated setting: lower Beaufort Group (Permian), Karoo Basin, South Africa. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, California, USA.

  12. Gulliford, A.R., Wilson, A., Flint, S., and Hodgson, D.M., (2012). Architectural Fluvial Styles of the Lower Abrahamskraal Formation, Lower Beaufort Group, Karoo Basin, South Africa American Association of Petroleum Geologists, California, USA.

  13. Lanci, L., Tohver, E., Wilson, A., and Flint, S., (2012). Magnetic stratigraphy of the lower Beaufort group, Karoo basin (South Africa). European Geoscience Union conference, Vienna, Austria (abstract ID: EGU2012-2798).

  14. Tohver, E., Arosio, R., Schmieder, M., Jourdan, F., Wilson, A., and Flint, S., (2012). Thermochronological constraints on detrital sediments of the Late Permian Karoo Basin: Insights into uplift history of the Cape Fold Belt. Proceedings of the AGU Fall Meeting.

  15. Tohver, E., Lanci, L., Wilson, A., and Flint, S., (2011). Magnetostratigraphic and geochronological age constraints on the lowermost Beaufort Group, Karoo Basin, South Afirica. American Geophysical Union, Fall Conference. USA. (abstract ID: GP51A-1144).

  16. Wilson, A., Flint, S., Ratcliffe, K., Hildred, G., Tohver, E., Lanci, L., Rittersbacher, A., Vermeulen, J., Palfrey, A., and Payenberg, T., (2011). Correlation in aggradational fluvial deposits: integration of physical stratigraphy, chemostratigraphy and magnetostratigraphy, Karoo Basin, South Africa. Geological Society of America Annual Convention, Minneapolis, USA.

  17. Tohver, E., Lanci, L., Wilson, A., and Flint, S., (2011). Magnetostratigraphic and geochronological age constraints on the Lowermost Beaufort Group, Karoo Basin. International Congress on the Carboniferous and Permian, Perth, Australia.

  18. Wilson, A., Flint, S., Vermeulen, J., Payenberg, T., Palfrey, A., and Mistry, A., (2011). Fluvial sand body architecture in The Lower Beaufort Group, Karoo Basin, South Africa, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Houston, USA.

  19. Wilson, A., Flint, S., Vermeulen, J., Payenberg, T., and Palfrey, A., (2010). Fluvial sand body architecture in The Lower Beaufort Group, Karoo Basin, South Africa, British Sedimentological Research Group, Southampton.

  20. Gulliford, R. A., Wilson, A., Flint, S., and Hodgson, D., (2010). Architecture of a sand-prone fluvial succession: initial findings from the Moordenaars Member, Beaufort Group, Karoo Basin, South Africa, British Sedimentological Research Group, Southampton.

  21. Wilson, A., and Hovius, N., (2010). Upstream facing convex surfaces and the importance of bedload in fluvial bedrock incision: observations from Taiwan, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 12, EGU2010-4978.

  22. Wilson, A., Hovius, N., and Lave, J., (2008). Solid particle impact abrasion and the formation of bedrock bedforms. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10, EGU2008-A-03341.

  23. Wilson, A., and Hovius, N., (2007). Fluvial bedrock erosion and the formation of bedrock bedforms by solid particle impact, 4th Meeting of the European Surface Processes Group, Thun, Switzerland.

  24. Wilson, A., Hovius, N., and Lave, J., (2005). Substrate control on fluvial bedrock incision: bedrock angle, Terrace Research Group Meeting, Cambridge.