Davis, T.L., and Namson, J.S.; 2020. Petroleum traps and structures along the San Andreas convergent strike-slip plate boundary, California, USA, in Behl, R.J., Ed., Outcrops that change the way we practice petroleum geology: Pacific Section AAPG Guidebook No. 81, p. 53-85. ISBN # 1-58955-007-2
Davis, T.L., Behl, R.J., O’Sullivan, K.M., Raskin, S., and Bryne, S., 2020, Santa Cruz Island field trip: Geology, history, and research opportunities, in Heermance, R.V., and Schwartz, J.J., eds., From the Islands to the Mountains: A 2020 View of Geologic Excursions in Southern California: Geological Society of America Field Guide 59, p. 115–163. © 2020 The Geological Society of America. All rights reserved. For permission to copy, contact email@example.com.
Structure of the northwestern Transverse Ranges and southeastern Coast Ranges, California, in conjunction with the Pacific Section American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting, Bakersfield, CA 22-25 April 2018.
Fault Displacement Hazards at Natural Gas Storage Fields:
Presentations given to three professional geologic societies, title: Fault displacement hazards at Aliso Canyon and Honor Rancho natural gas storage fields, southern California:
• 6/28/2018, Los Angeles Basin Geologic Society Meeting
• 6/13/2018, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Pacific Section Meeting, CalPoly Pomona
• 5/23/2018, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.
Submitted comments to DOGGR (Division of Oil, Gas, & Geothermal Resources, California Department of Conservation) on February 27, 2018, RE: Public Comments to Modifications to Requirements for California. Underground Gas Storage Projects..... 1726.3. (Risk Management Plans).....GMF Comment on DOGGR Modifications to UGS Regulations.
Fault Displacement Hazards at Natural Gas Storage Fieldsz
Science article discussing the Santa Susana fault hazard at the Aliso Canyon gas storage field and quality of scientific effort
Presentations given to three professional geologic societies, Fault displacement hazards at
Aliso Canyon and Honor Rancho natural gas storage fields, southern California:
• 9/11/2017, South Coast Geological Society, Santa Ana, CA>
• 10/17/2017, Coast Geological Society, Ventura, CA. Coast Geological Society on Facebook
• 11/14/2017, San Joaquin Geological Society, Bakersfield, CA 9/11/2017, South Coast Geological Society, Santa Ana, CA
Comments to PHMSA (Pipeline and Hazard Materials Safety Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation) on the Interim Final Rules (IFR) for interstate and intrastate gas storage fields: Inclusion of the earthquake fault displacement hazard and risk management into IFR, dated February 8, 2017
Comments to DOGGR (Division of Oil, Gas, & Geothermal Resources, California Department of Conservation) regarding Supplement to SoCalGas’ Storage Risk Management Plan #2, (10/11/2016), and shown as Attachment B to Letter from Southern California Gas to DOGGR and CPUC, dated November 1, 2016
Presentations given at professional society meetings and technical workshops:
Davis, T.L., 2016a, Well integrity and active faulting: presentation at the Workshop on Well Integrity for Natural Gas Storage in Depleted Reservoirs and Aquifers, U.S. DOE National Laboratories, Broomfield, CO, July 12-13, 2016
________, 2016b, The Santa Susana fault, Aliso Canyon gas storage field, southern California-possible fault rupture hazard, gas well integrity, and regulatory implications (abstract): Joint Annual Meeting of Pacific and Rocky Mountains Sections American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Las Vegas, NV, October 2-5, 2016.
________, 2016c, Fault displacement hazard at natural gas storage fields-a future research and regulatory direction: presentation at the Fault Displacement Hazard Analysis Workshop, December 8 – 9, 2016, Menlo Park, CA.
Provided GIS geologic mapping of Chittagong Hills, Bangladesh to Groundwater Relief for providing clean water at 3 refugee camps in Ukhia and Teknaf Peninsula area of Bangladesh.
1) Debris Flow Facts & Safety Following the 2018 Ventura County Fires (11/28/2018)
Debris Flow Safety in Ventura
2) Debris Flow Facts & Safety Following the Thomas Fire & Montecito Debris Flows, Southern California (1/30/2018)
Debris Flow Safety in Ventura
3) Debris Flow Facts & Safety in Ventura: Debris flow safety summary in response to Thomas Fire’s impact on the Ventura hillsides: Debris Flow Facts & Safety in Ventura (first distributed 12/22/2017)
Debris Flow Safety in Ventura (Old)
This Meetup group is open to hikers, professional geologists, geology instructors, and geology students. Participants meet others with similar interests while getting great exercise. You do not have to be a geologist to attend but an eagerness to learn some basic geology and map reading skills are a must. Past and future events are posted at https://www.meetup.com/Geo-hikes/
Please share our efforts with any interested party or organization.
Thomas L. Davis PhD
President & Director Geologic Maps Foundation, Inc California Professional Geologist #4171
Ventura, CA 93001
Office 805-653-2435, Cell 818-429-4278