Gabriela González Arismendi

Gabriela González Arismendi
The University of Calgary | HBI · Department of Geoscience

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Space-related careers are increasingly relevant with the exponential growth of the new space race. The future is now, and while technological developments are becoming critical, they remain centralized and bounded by language barriers. Furthermore, as the new space race is underway, there will be a need for literate scientific specialists from diff...
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In this paper, the stratigraphic occurrence of n-alkanes (C n ) is investigated in three peat cores (Mildred, JPH4 and McMurray) from the ombrotrophic peatlands in northeastern Alberta, Canada, to determine their origin, biomass input, and paleoclimatic significance. The molecular composition of n-alkanes is dominated by the >C 21 medium- to long-c...
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Over the last fourteen years, there have been increasing interest in understanding the fate and mechanisms controlling the generation and distribution of formational wet and dry gases. The Montney Formation is a remarkable unconventional western Canadian natural gas reservoir, and one of the largest in the world, with reserves estimated in approxim...
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Poster at Second DCO Summer School, Yellowstone National Park. Sponsored by Deep Carbon Observatory; Yellowstone National Park, USA, July 2016
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A poster presented in Goldschmidt Conference 2011 in Prague, Czech Republic. Provides preliminary/complementary results and discussion to DOI: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2015.03.017
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Deuterium exchange experiments on modern and fossil plant resins (amber) were conducted to assess to what extent diagenetic alteration can overprint the stable hydrogen (δ²H) and carbon (δ¹³C) isotopic composition of these materials. Pairs of resins and amber fragments were placed together with deuterated water in sealed quartz-glass tubes to assur...
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Thin laterally continuous organic-rich dolomitic marlstones were deposited in the extended Late Aptian - Early Albian epicontinental sea of northwestern South America. These intervals are the proximal equivalents of thick hemipelagic black shale-ammonitic floatstone couplets, deposited in the distally stepped, differentially subsiding part of the M...
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Ombrotrophic peat-bogs are peatlands developed under only atmospheric water input, which constitute approximately 75% of northern Alberta [1]. Here we evaluate subtle compositional changes on the bottom section of a peat-bog core in order to identify the potential input of petroleum from the Alberta oil sands. The bottom 34 cm of a core containing...
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The formation of dolomite in modern peritidal environments is linked to the degradation of buried microbial mats, with complexation of Ca and Mg by extracellular polysaccharides (EPS) and alkalinity generation through organic carbon respiration facilitating the nucleation of dolomite precursors. In the past two decades, microbial sulfate reduction,...
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Hydrous deuterium-exchange experiments have shown that a significant fraction of the original D/H composition of bulk kerogens, bitumens and expelled oils may participate in isotopic exchange reactions during burial diagenesis. However, it is unknown to what extent plant-derived secondary metabolites, namely resins and their fossil counterpart ambe...

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