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Marc Bustin

Marc Bustin

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Dr. Marc Bustin is a professor of petroleum and coal geology in the Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of British Colombia. He has authored over 150 scientific articles on fossil fuels and served as an associate editor for journals like the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geology Bulletin. Marc is an elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and a member of American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), The Society for Organic Petrology and the Geological Society of America. He has received several awards for excellence in his field including: the A.L. Leverson Memorial Award from the AAPG, the Thiesson Medal from the International Committee for Coal Petrology in 2002 for his contributions to coal sciences/organic petrology and the Sproule Award in 2003 for his contributions to the study of unconventional gas resources.

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