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 Grammer

G. MICHAEL GRAMMER

Carbonate Sedimentology and stratigraphy, Carbonate Reservoir Characterization,Petroleum Geology
Professor and Chesapeake Energy Chair of Petroleum Geology

Office:      103D Noble Research Center
Phone:     1.405.744.6358
Fax:          1.405.744.7841
Email:       michael.grammer@okstate.edu
Ph.D.        Marine Geology and Geophysics, University of Miami/RSMAS
M.S.          Geology/Sedimentology, Southern Methodist University
B.S.          Geology, University of South Florida   
   

 

Miscellaneous Professional Service

2004-present     Associate Editor, Journal of Sedimentary Research
2014        SEPM Joint Program Technical Chair, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Ca
2014        AAPG Technical Committee Member for Carbonate Program, AAPG ACE, Houston, TX    
2014        Technical Session Chair – AAPG ACE, “Unconventional Carbonate Reservoirs”
2010        Technical Program Chairman – Annual Meeting of the Eastern Section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists
2009-2010    Technical Session Chair – SEPM Student Award Session, AAPG ACE
2008-2012    Faculty Advisor, Core Kids – a K-12 Geological Outreach Program that has visited with over 5000 students since January of 2008.
2005-2008    Committee Member – AAPG Distinguished Lecture Committee
2007        Technical Session Chair – AAPG/SEPM Annual Meeting, “Carbonate Diagenesis and Reservoir Quality Prediction”
2006        Technical Session Chair – ES AAPG, “New Approaches to Carbonates of the Eastern U.S.”
2003-2007    Faculty Advisor – WMU Student chapter of AAPG
2002-2006    Undergraduate Advisor for Geology Majors
2004-2005    President, Michigan Basin Geological Society
2005    Technical Session co-Chair, "Outcrop Analogs and Visualization Techniques for Reservoir Modeling", 2005 AAPG/SEPM Annual Mtg., Calgary
2003-2004    Vice-President, Michigan Basin Geological Society
2002-2004    WMU Faculty Advisor, Western Michigan University Geology Club
2003        WMU Field Trip Leader, organized and co-led 9 day field trip for the WMU Geology Club to 4-Corners Region of the U.S.
2003-2007    Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, 2003-2004.
1998-2009    Field Seminar Leader, (1998-2007) AAPG Field Seminar, "Sequence stratigraphy and reservoir distribution in a modern carbonate platform, Bahamas", with G. P. Eberli and P. M. Harris.
2004        Technical Session co-Chair, developed session for “Cores and More – A Look at the Reservoir”, 2004 AAPG/SEPM Annual Mtg., Dallas, TX.
2003        Technical Session co-Chair, “Porosity development within a sequence stratigraphic framework”, 2003 AAPG Annual Mtg., Salt Lake City, UT.
2002-2003    AAPG Distinguished Lecturer, presentations to 19 universities and geological societies in the United States, Canada and Mexico, 2002-2003.
2002-2003    WMU Curriculum Revision – proponent in revising and updating WMU         
        curriculum in Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, 2002-2003.
2000-2003    Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, 2000-2003.
2002        WMU K-12 Outreach, Presentation to local church group on “Careers in
        Oceanography and Marine Science”, 2002.
2001        Field Trip Leader, Sequence Stratigraphy and Reservoir Characterization of a Carboniferous Mixed Carbonate/Siliciclastic System, Paradox Basin, Utah, 2001 AAPG Meeting, with G. P. Eberli, L. J. Weber, and J. F. Sarg.
2000-2002    Committee Member, AAPG Grant's-in-Aid, 2000-2002.
1998-2001    AAPG Visiting Professional Geologist Program - University Outreach, 1-2 campus visits/yr., 1998-2001.
2000        Technical Session co-Chair, "Use of Recent Analogs for Effective Reservoir Modeling and Management", 2000 AAPG Annual Mtg., with G. P. Eberli and P. M. Harris.
1997-1998    Advisory Committee Member and participant in the on-line "E-mail Expert" list for GSA's Partners in Education Program (PEP), 1997-1998.
1997        K-12 Outreach, Co-PI and lecturer, INSTAR Program, Dade County and NSF funded, University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, 1997.
1996-1997    Graduate Student Outreach, Developed and taught workshop for graduate students on "How to Successfully Prepare for and Present Professional Papers at Scientific Meetings", University of Miami/RSMAS.
1996-1997    Mentor, participant in University of Miami’s Undergraduate Mentor Program
1996        Technical Session co-Chair, "Ancient Carbonate Processes, Dolomites, Cements, and Diagenetic Models", 1996 GSA Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
1996        K-12 Outreach, participant in University of Miami’s Teacher Outreach Program.
1989        Scientific Advisor, NOAA Field Test of Harbor Branch SCOOP-ROV, Little Bahama Bank.

REVIEW OF MANUSCRIPTS AND PROPOSALS (LAST 5 YEARS)
Manuscripts Recently Reviewed for:
Journal of Sedimentary Research
Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists
Geology
Marine Geology
Sedimentology
Special Publications - American Association of Petroleum Geologists
Special Publications – Society of Sedimentary Geology (SEPM)
Coral Reefs

Research Proposals Recently Reviewed for:
National Science Foundation
Petroleum Research Fund (American Chemical Society)
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada



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