Publications

17th April 2018

The Hammer April 2018

Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) photomicrograph of partially recrystallized diatom frustules, micro pores and interlocking microquartz matrix within siliceous facies of the Naparima Hill Formati...

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5th January 2018

The GSTT E-NEWS JAN-FEB, 2018

Amidst the revelries of Carnival Monday, T&T’s Devil’s Woodyard had a significant eruption, spewing large quantities of mud for the first time in almost twenty years. The site quick...

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16th December 2017

GSTT eNEWS Nov Dec 2017

Oil prices have varied wildly in the last decade, when it peaked at over US $140 in 2008. After the dramatic fall in 2014, WTI prices passed US $60 for the first time during December 2017. Oil pric...

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14th December 2017

The Hammer Dec 2017

On behalf of the executive of the Geological Society of Trinidad and Tobago, we would like to wish you and your family a prosperous and Happy New Year. As we embark on this new chapter, the board i...

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16th July 2017

GSTT-eNEWS-July-August-2017

Greetings, fellow geos. We have decided to combine July and August into one slightly larger issue. A lot has happened over this period. We paid a lot of attention to drilling companies and have maj...

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9th July 2017

Hammer 2017

The GSTT welcomes any willing individuals/ professionals to contribute to the HAMMER through articles, pictures or even insights. Plans are being made to modernize the magazine and expand its outre...

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6th July 2017

The Hammer July 2017

The 6th Geological Conference of the GSTT was held in May 2017 and it was a resounding success, based on kudos received from lo-cals and foreigners alike. The Hyatt staff, which has considerable ex...

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16th June 2017

GSTT-eNEWS-June-2017

In June, T&T was brushed by Tropical Storm Bret, which left thousands of homes in southand central Trinidad flooded and severely damaged. Preparedness and management of thedisaster has left muc...

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7th June 2017

Stratigraphic Renewal Project

Stratigraphic charts form the backbone of geological thought and concepts and underpin our understanding and perception of known and potential resource accumulations, including hydrocarbons. It is ...

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10th May 2017

GSTT-eNEWS-May-2017

May was a jam-packed month. The highlight was the 6th Geological Conference that featuredover 450 participants, geologists, geophysicists, engineers, business leaders, managers, students,consultant...

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