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L. Frank Brown, Jr.

Professional Summary

September 2, 2011


Business address: The University of Texas at Austin

Bureau of Economic Geology

University Station, Box X

Austin, Texas 78713-8924

(512) 869-0390

E-mail address: frank.brown@beg.utexas.edu


Academic Background


B.S., Cum Laude, Geology, Baylor University, 1951

M.S. Geology, University of Wisconsin, 1953

Ph.D. Geology, University of Wisconsin, 1955


Areas of Expertise


  1. Basin analysis (including seismic and sequence stratigraphy).

  2. Facies interpretation.

  3. Clastic depositional systems.

  4. Reservoir characterization.

  5. Mineral/energy exploration.

  6. Land and environmental resources.

  7. Geologic mapping.

  8. Field studies.


Professional Work Experience


A. Present Position: Research Professor, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (1998 - Present).


B. Present Position: Emeritus Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin (1990 - Present).


C. Present Position: International Consultant, (Geological Training and Industrial Consulting) (1989 - Present).


D. Senior Research Scientist, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (1984 - 1989).


E. Associate Director (Research), Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (1971 - 1984).


F. Research Scientist, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (1966 - 1984).


G. Summers Research Scientist, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (1961 - 1963).


H. Associate Professor, Department of Geology, Baylor University (1960 - 1966).


I. Research Scientist V, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (1957 - 1960).


J. Exploration Geologist, Standard of Texas (Chevron) (1955 - 1957).


K. Wisconsin Alumni Research Assistant, University of Wisconsin (1951 - 1955).


Personal research has principally involved (1) comprehensive depositional systems analysis of upper Paleozoic basins in Texas including surface and subsurface facies analyses, mapping, paleogeographic reconstruction, sequences, and mineral/energy potential; (2) Pleistocene and Holocene depositional systems analysis of the Texas Coastal Zone, including processes, environments, and facies; (3) interpretation of terrigenous clastic facies (outcrops, cores, E- logs and seismic data) and development of interpretive depositional models and criteria; (4) innovating environmental geologic (land resource/environmental) mapping & analysis with special consideration of Coastal Zone problems; (5) Texas Geologic Mapping Project (contributed to five 1 x 2-degree sheets), Coastal and North- and West Central Texas; (6) seismic/sequence-stratigraphic analysis concepts in petroleum exploration; and (7) analyses of most offshore and several onshore basins in Brazil, offshore basins in South Africa, basins in Taiwan, Chile, North Sea, New Zealand.


Professional Societies


American Association of Petroleum Geologists

Geological Society of America

National Association of Geology Teachers

Permian Basin Society of Paleontologists and Mineralogists

Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists

Texas Academy of Science


Awards and Honorary Societies


AAPG Sidney Powers Memorial Award, 2010


Wallace E. Pratt Award for best AAPG Bulletin article published in calendar year 2009 FY2010-2011 9/23/2010 best paper, 2010


Co-Author, Second Place, Thomas A. Philpott Excellence of Presentation Award for "All Fill—No Spill: Slope-Fan Sand Bodies in Growth-Faulted Subbasins: Oligocene Frio Formation, South Texas Gulf Coast", 2007


Recipient, Doris Malkin Curtis Medal, Gulf Coast Section, SEPM award recognizing significant career contributions in the development of new concepts for understanding the geology of the Gulf of Mexico Basin and other basins globally, 2007


Third Place, GCAGS Gordon I. Atwater Best Poster Award for Isochronous Correlation of Sandstone Facies within and between Growth-Faulted Frio Intraslope Sub-Basins: Common Correlation Pitfalls, 2004


AAPG & Dean A. McGee Foundation, International Distinguished Lecturer, Near- and Mid-East, 1994 - 1995


Who’s Who in Technology Today, 1993


Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1993


Monroe G. Cheney Science Award for “significant contributions to petroleum geology in the Southwest US.” Presented by the Southwest Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1990


Professor Emeritus, Department of Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 1990


Paper at 1989 Annual AAPG Convention selected for “Best of AAPG” session at 1989 SEG meeting, 1989


Associate Editor, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1976 - 1985


Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA), International Distinguished Lecturer, 1985


Who’s Who in Technology Today, 1980


Who’s Who in the World, 1980


Certificate of Merit (for efforts in continuing education), American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1979


Certificate of Merit [for continuing education], 1979


Who’s Who in America, 1977


Who’s Who in American Government, 1977


American Association of Petroleum Geologists Distinguished Lecturer, 1972 - 1973


Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1972


American Geological Institute Visiting Geoscientist, 1971


American Association of Petroleum Geologists Continuing Education, 1970


Best Paper Award, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, 1969


Baylor University student evaluation, teaching effectiveness, ranked 8th out of 240 faculty members, 1965 - 1966


American Geological Institute Visiting Geoscientist, 1965


American Men and Women of Science, 1965


Fellow, Texas Academy of Science, 1962


1st Honorary Life Member, Permian Basin Section, Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, 1960


Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Fellow, 1952 - 1955


Sigma Xi (Scientific Research Society), 1955


Phi Kappa Phi (Honorary Scholastic and Leadership Society), 1954


Phi Eta Sigma (Freshman Honorary Society), 1947


Publications


Books, Manuals


Brown, L. F., Jr., and Fisher, W. L., 1980, Seismic stratigraphic interpretation and petroleum potential: Tulsa, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Course Notes Series #16, 215 p.


Reports, Monographs, Brochures, Pamphlets, Bulletins


Brown, L. F., Jr., and Loucks, R. G., 2009, Chronostratigraphy of Cenozoic depositional sequences and systems tracts: a Wheeler chart of the northwest margin of the Gulf of Mexico basin: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 273, 28-p. + chart.


Hammes, Ursula, Loucks, R. G., Brown, L. F., Jr., Treviño, R. H., Montoya, Patricia, and Remington, R. L., 2007, Reservoir geology, structural architecture, and sequence stratigraphy of a growth-faulted subbasin: Oligocene Lower Frio Formation, Red Fish Bay Area, South Texas Gulf Coast: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 272, 28 p. + plate.


Galloway, W. E., and Brown, L. F., Jr., 1972, Depositional systems and shelf-slope relationships in Upper Pennsylvanian rocks, North-Central Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 75, 62 p.


Brown, L. F., Jr., Fisher, W. L., and Malina, J. J., 1972, Evaluation of sanitary landfill sites, Texas Coastal Zone: Geologic and engineering criteria: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular 72-3, 18 p.


Brown, L. F., Jr., Fisher, W. L., Erxleben, A. W., and McGowen, J. H., 1971, Resource capability units, their utility in land and water-use management with examples from the Texas coastal zone: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular 71-1, 22 p.


Brown, L. F., Jr., McGowen, J. H., Groat, C. G., Fisher, W. L., and Scott, A. J., 1970, Effects of Hurricane Celia: a focus on environmental geologic problems of the Texas Coastal Zone: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular 70-3, 35 p.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1962, A stratigraphic datum, Cisco Group (Upper Pennsylvanian), Brazos and Trinity Valleys, North-Central Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 46, 35 p.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1960, Stratigraphy of the Blach Ranch-Crystal Falls section (Upper Pennsylvanian), northern Stephens County, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 41, 41 p.


Guidebooks


Brown, L. F., Jr., Ambrose, W. A., and Carr, D. L., 2009, Supplement to Guidebook 14: The University of Texas at Austin 34 p. + figs.


Brown, L. F., Jr., Cleaves, A. W., and Erxleben, A. W., 1973, Pennsylvanian depositional systems in North-Central Texas: a guide for interpreting terrigenous clastic facies in a cratonic basin: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Guidebook 14, 122 p.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1960, Traverse of post-Cisco rocks, Brazos Valley, North-Central Texas: Permian Basin Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Field trip guidebook, 1 pl., 1 table, 16 figs., 46 p.


Chapters/Sections


Keenan, J. H. G., Brink, G. J., and Brown, L. F., Jr., 1994, Chapter 3, Deposition of fourth-order, post-rift sequences and sequence sets, Lower Cretaceous (Lower Valanginian to Lower Aptian), Pletmos Basin, southern offshore, South Africa, in Weimer, P., and Posamentier, Henry, eds., Siliciclastic sequence stratigraphy: recent developments and applications: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, AAPG Memoir 58, p. 43–69.


Muntingh, A., and Brown, L. F., Jr., 1994, Chapter 4, Sequence stratigraphy of petroleum plays, post-rift Cretaceous rocks (Lower Aptian to Upper Maastrichtian), Orange Basin, western offshore, South Africa, in Weimer, P., and Posamentier, Henry, eds., Siliciclastic sequence stratigraphy: recent developments and applications: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, AAPG Memoir 58, p. 71–98.


Wickens, H., Brink, G. J., Van Rooyen, W., Bouma, A. H., and Brown, L. F., Jr., 1992, Cyclic sequences, depositional systems tracts, and component siliciclastic depositional systems, in The Tanqua turbidite and deltaic complexes: (Karoo Basin) depositional models, reservoir realities and the application of sequence stratigraphy: Parow, South Africa, Soekor Ltd., International Field Seminar Guidebook, 35 p.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1989, A sequence-stratigraphic and systems-tract model for the Virgilian and Wolfcampian Series, Eastern Shelf and adjacent Midland Basin, Texas, in Boardman, D. R., II, Barrick, J. E., Cocke, Jim, and Nestell, M. K., eds., Middle and Late Pennsylvanian chronostratigraphic boundaries in North-Central Texas: Arlington, Texas, The Geological Society of America, South-Central Section, 23rd Annual Meeting, Glacial-eustatic events, biostratigraphy, and paleoecology, Part II, Contributed papers, p. 35–62.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1989, Use of sequence stratigraphy to define stratigraphic plays in Upper Pennsylvanian and Lower Permian lowstand systems tracts, North-Central Texas, in Lindsay, D., Ross, R., and Swartz, B., eds., Transactions: San Angelo, Texas, Southwest Section AAPG Convention, p. 1–21.


Kier, R. S., Brown, L. F., Jr., and McBride, E. F., 1979, The Mississippian and Pennsylvanian (Carboniferous) Systems in the United States: Texas (Reprinted by Bureau of Economic Geology, Geological Circular 80-14), in The Mississippian and Pennsylvanian (Carboniferous) Systems in the United States: Washington, D. C., U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 1110, p. 51–545.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1979, Deltaic sandstone facies of the Mid-continent, in Pennsylvanian sandstones of the Mid-continent: Tulsa Geological Society, Special Publication No. 1, p. 35–63.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1975, Role of sediment compaction in determining geometry and distribution of fluvial and deltaic sandstones, in Chilingarian, G. V., and Wolf, K. H., eds., Compaction of coarse-grained sediments, I: Developments in sedimentology: Amsterdam, Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co., p. 247–292.


Brown, L. F., Jr., and Wermund, E. G., Jr., ed., 1974, Environmental inventory: Innovation in geology and geologic presentation, in Approaches to environmental geology: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations No. 81, p. 3–11.


Brown, L. F., Jr., and Fisher, W. L., 1974, Environmental geologic atlas of the Texas coastal zone, in Approaches to environmental geology: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations No. 81, p. 25–51.


Groat, C. G., and Brown, L. F., Jr., 1972, Environmental geologic atlas of the Texas coast: basic data for coastal zone management, in Proceedings, Conference on tools for coastal zone management: Washington, D. C., Marine Technology Society, p. 1–15.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1969, Virgil and Lower Wolfcamp repetitive environments and the depositional model, North-Central Texas (Reprinted by Bureau of Economic Geology, Geological Circular 69-3, 1969), in Elam, Jack G., and Chuber, Stewart, eds., Symposium on cyclic sedimentation in the Permian Basin: Midland, West Texas Geological Society, p. 115–134.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1969, Late Pennsylvanian paralic sediments, in Brown, L. F., Jr., and Wermund, E. G., Jr., eds., A guidebook to the Late Pennsylvanian shelf sediments: Dallas, Dallas Geological Society, p. 21–33.


Hayward, O. T., Brown, L. F., Jr., and Hendricks, Leo, ed., 1967, Comanchean (Cretaceous) rocks of Central Texas, in Hendricks, Leo, ed., Comanchean (Lower Cretaceous) stratigraphy and paleontology of Texas: Midland, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Permian Basin Section, p. 31–48.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1958, A review of Pennsylvanian clay mineral industries, North-Central Texas (Reprinted by Bureau of Economic Geology, Mineral Resource Circular No. 39, 1959), in Hamilton, W. C., Jr., ed., A guide to the Strawn and Canyon Series of the Pennsylvanian System in Palo Pinto County, Texas: North Texas Geological Society,


Articles


Peer Reviewed


Ambrose, W. A., Hentz, T. F., Bonnaffe, F., Loucks, R. G., Brown, L. F., Jr., and Wang, F. P., 2009, Sequence stratigraphic controls on complex reservoir architecture of highstand fluvial-dominated deltaic and lowstand valley-fill deposits in the Woodbine Group, East Texas field: regional and local perspectives: AAPG Bulletin, v. 93, p. 231–269.


Zeng, Hongliu, Loucks, R. G., and Brown, L. F., Jr., 2007, Mapping sediment-dispersal patterns and associated systems tracts in fourth- and fifth-order sequences using seismic sedimentology: example from Corpus Christi Bay, Texas: AAPG Bulletin, v. 91, no. 7, p. 981–1003.


Brown, L. F., Jr., Loucks, R. G., Treviño, R. H., and Hammes, Ursula, 2006, Understanding growth-faulted, intraslope subbasins by applying sequence-stratigraphic principles: examples from the south Texas Oligocene Frio Formation: Reply: AAPG Bulletin, v. 90, no. 5, p. 799–805.


Ambrose, W. A., Wawrzyniec, T. F., Fouad, Khaled, Sakurai, Shinichi, Jennette, D. C., Brown, L. F., Jr., Guevara, E. H., Dunlap, D. B., Talukdar, S. C., Aranda-García, Mario, Hernandez Romano, Ulises, Alvarado Vega, Juan, Macias Zamora, Eduardo, Ruiz-Ruiz, Héctor, and Cárdenas-Hernández, Ramón, 2005, Neogene tectonic, stratigraphic, and play framework of the southern Laguna Madre-Tuxpan continental shelf, Gulf of Mexico: AAPG Bulletin, v. 89, no. 6, p. 725–751.


Brown, L. F., Jr., Loucks, R. G., and Treviño, R. H., 2005, Site-specific sequence-stratigraphic section benchmark charts are key to regional chronostratigraphic systems tract analysis in growth-faulted basins: AAPG Bulletin, v. 89, no. 6, p. 715–724.


Brown, L. F., Jr., Loucks, R. G., Treviño, R. H., and Hammes, Ursula, 2004, Understanding growth-faulted, intraslope subbasins by applying sequence-stratigraphic principles: examples from the south Texas Oligocene Frio Formation: AAPG Bulletin, v. 88, no. 1, p. 1501–1522.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1991, Discussion on Chronostratigraphic subdivision of the Witwatersrand Basin based on a Western Transvaal composite column: South African Journal of Geology, v. 94, nos. 5/6, November, p. 400–401.


Cline, L. M., Brown, L. F., Jr., Bailey, S. W., and Lister, J. S., 1977, Clay mineralogy in relation to deltaic sedimentation patterns of Desmoinesian cyclothems in Iowa–Missouri: Clays and Clay Minerals, v. 25, p. 171–186.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1974, Critical role for geologists in resources and environmental management: AAPG Bulletin, v. 58, no. 9, p. 1771–1780.


Galloway, W. E., and Brown, L. F., Jr., 1973, Depositional systems and shelf-slope relations on cratonic basin margin, uppermost Pennsylvanian of North-Central Texas: AAPG Bulletin, v. 57, p. 1185–1218.


Brown, L. F., Jr., 1959, Problems of stratigraphic nomenclature and classification, Upper Pennsylvanian, North-Central Texas: AAPG Bulletin, v. 43, no. 12, p. 2866–2871.


Non-Peer-Reviewed


Brown, L. F., Jr., 2009, Eastern Shelf, North-Central Texas,
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