At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
- be able to evaluate the quality of the geological information available on a study area;
- be able to work in a team for addressing complex geological problems;
- produce geological models of buried structures and related balanced cross-sections;
- perform quantitative structural analysis of brittle deformational features associated with folds and fault systems at the reservoir scale;
- perform statistical analysis of field data to obtain empirical scaling laws;
- develop conceptual models of fluid flow patterns in reservoir-scale structures.