Publications

Publications are listed by year and then alphabetically by author. My ResearchGate account or Google Scholar may be slightly more up to date.

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2017

I (submitted) Peck, W. D., N. A. Azzolina, J. Ge, N. W. Bosshart, M. E. Burton-Kelly, C. D. Gorecki, A. J. Gorz, S. C. Ayash, and D. V. Nakles. 2017. Quantifying CO2 storage efficiency factors in hydrocarbon reservoirs: A detailed look at CO2 enhanced oil recovery.

A (submitted) Feole, I. K., W. D. Peck, N. W. Bosshart, M. E. Burton-Kelly, and S. C. Ayash. 2017. Integrating neural networks into an investigation of potential ROZs in the Williston Basin. AAPG 2017 Annual Convention and Exhibition, Houston, TX, USA, April 2-5 2017.

2016

A Burton-Kelly, M. E., N. W. Dotzenrod, I. K. Feole, W. D. Peck, and S. C. Ayash. 2016. High-level screening for Williston Basin residual oil zones using location-independent data. 13th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Lausanne, Switzerland, 14-18 November 2016.

P Jin, L., J. A. Sorensen, S. B. Hawthorne, S. A. Smith, L. J. Pekot, N. W. Bosshart, M. E. Burton-Kelly, D. J. Miller, C. B. Grabanski, C. D. Gorecki, E. N. Steadman, and J. A. Harju. 2016. Improving oil transportability using CO2 in the Bakken unconventional system—A laboratory investigation. SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering-Reservoir Engineering. OP.

A Jin, L., J. A. Sorensen, S. B. Hawthorne, S. A. Smith, N. W. Bosshart, M. E. Burton-Kelly, D. J. Miller, C. B. Grabanski, and J. A. Harju. 2016. Improving oil transportability using CO2 in the Bakken System—A laboratory investigation. SPE International Conference & Exhibition on Formation Damage Control held in Lafayette, Louisiana, USA, 24–26 February 2016. OP

2015

R Ayash, S. C., W. D. Peck, N. W. Dotzenrod, M. E. Burton-Kelly, C. D. Gorecki.  2015.  Identification of residual oil zones (ROZs) in the Williston and Powder River Basins: Research Performance Progress Report (quarterly).  NETL/DOE report.

A Bosshart, N. W., J. R. Braunberger, M. E. Burton-Kelly, N. W. Dotzenrod, C. D. Gorecki.  2015.  Multiscale reservoir modeling for CO2 storage and enhanced oil recovery using multiple point statistics.  EAGE Petroleum Geostatistics 2015 Conference, 7-11 September, 2015, Biarritz, France.

R Burton-Kelly, M., N. W. Dotzenrod, I. K. Feole, A. J. Gorz, S. C. Ayash, and W. D. Peck. 2015. Identification of residual oil zones in the Williston and Powder River Basins: Literature review summary. NETL/DOE report.

A Burton-Kelly, M., N. W. Dotzenrod, W. D. Peck, J. R. Braunberger, A. J. Gorz, S. C. Ayash, C. D. Gorecki, and J. A. Hamling. 2015. Identifying residual oil zones in the Williston and Powder River Basins using Basin Modeling. Williston Basin Petroleum Conference, 28-30 April, 2015 | Evraz Place, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. RG

2014

P Burton-Kelly, M., Hartman J. H. 2014 Comparing size of morphospace occupation among extant and cretaceous fossil freshwater mussels using Elliptical Fourier Analysis. PeerJ PrePrints 2:e626v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.626v2

R Burton-Kelly, M. E., W. D. Peck, K. A. Glazewski, and T. E. Doll. 2014. Evaluation of near-term (5-year) potential for carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery in conventional oil fields in North Dakota, In Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson [KLJ] (eds.), North Dakota Oil and Gas Industry Impacts Study, 2014-2019.  PDF 14.8MB

R Burnison, S. A., M. Burton-Kelly, X. Zhang, C. D. Gorecki, E. N. Steadman, and J. A. Harju. 2014. Bell Creek Test Site–3-D Seismic and Characterization Report.  Plains CO2 Reduction (PCOR) Partnership Phase III, Task 4–Deliverable D96.  [Polygonal faulting section]

2013

T BURTON-KELLY, M.E. 2013. Examining the continuity of the long-lived (Triassic-Recent) freshwater mussel genus Diplodon (family Hyriidae).  Unpublished Ph.D dissertation. University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota. 226 p.  PQ, RG

2011

A HARTMAN, J.H., R.D. BUTLER, W.A. CLEMENS, and M.E. BURTON-KELLY. 2011. What’s in a name? Barnum Brown’s Hell Creek location and Hell Creek Formation observations. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 43(5):601. Abstract

A BURTON-KELLY, M.E., J.H. HARTMAN, and M. POLTENOVAGE. 2011. Introducing NodakPaleo, an online specimen and locality database at the University of North Dakota. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 43(5):186. Abstract

A BURTON-KELLY, M.E., J.H. HARTMAN, and A.E. BOGAN. 2011. Determining temporal and geographic limits of fossil freshwater mussels of the family Hyriidae. The Graduate School Scholarly Forum, March 8 – 9, 2011, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA, p. 73. Abstract and poster PDF 9.5MB

2010

A BURTON-KELLY, M.E. and J.H. HARTMAN. 2010. Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to synthesize the biostratigraphy of Cretaceous and Paleogene freshwater mollusks in eastern Montana, USA. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 42(5):631. Abstract

P BURTON-KELLY, M.E. and J.M. ERICKSON. 2010. A new occurrence of Protichnites Owen, 1852, in the Late Cambrian Potsdam Sandstone of the St. Lawrence Lowlands. The Open Paleontology Journal 3:1-13. PDF 1MB

2009

C BURTON-KELLY, M.E. 2009. Planning for future North Dakota freshwater mussel surveys. Class presentation for Geography 474: Introduction to GIS. University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND. Presentation PDF 2.5MB

A BURTON-KELLY, M.E. and J.H. HARTMAN. 2009. Delineating paleodrainages using morphospace occupation of freshwater mussels. 9th North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts, Cincinnati Museum Center Scientific Contribution Number 3:81-82. Abstract RTF 2.9KB Poster PDF 7.5MB

BURTON-KELLY, M.E., N. PETERSON, J. H. HARTMAN, G. P. WILSON, J. A. RIEDEL, and A. RICE, 2009. Using new, not so old, and traditional geological techniques to interpret geologic sections in Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation strata of Montana. Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science 63:80. Abstract PDF 1.7MB

2008

T BURTON-KELLY, M.E. 2008. Using elliptical Fourier analysis to compare size of morphospace occupation between modern edentulous freshwater unionoid mussels and the fossils at L6516 (Slope County, North Dakota, U.S.A.), with remarks on preservation. Unpublished M.S. thesis. University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota. 218 p. PDF 60MB

A BURTON-KELLY, M.E. and J.H. HARTMAN. 2008. Use of Elliptical Fourier Analysis to determine morphospace occupation in modern edentulous mussels to help identify ‘natural’ limits of fossil groups. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 40(6):540. Abstract RTF 3.6KB

2007

A BURTON-KELLY, M.E., and J.H. HARTMAN. 2007. Discrimination of end-Cretaceous anodontine Unionoidea from North Dakota: How many taxa make sense? In K. Jordaens, N. Van Houtte, J. Van Goethem, and T. Backeljau (eds.), World Congress of Malacology 15-20 July 2007: Antwerp, Belgium, Unitas Malacologica, p. 28-29. Abstract RTF 3.5KB

A HARTMAN, J.H., M.E. BURTON-KELLY, and A.R. SWEET. 2007. Interpreting the last molluscan Unionoidea from the Cretaceous of North Dakota. In K. Jordaens, N. Van Houtte, J. Van Goethem, and T. Backeljau (eds.), World Congress of Malacology 15-20 July 2007: Antwerp, Belgium, Unitas Malacologica, p. 92. Abstract RTF 3.4KB

A BURTON-KELLY, M.E. 2007. Analysis of variability in Protichnites morphology and a standardized method of identification. Ichnological Applications to Sedimentological and Sequence Stratigraphic Problems, SEPM Research Conference, May 20 – 26, 2007, Price, Utah, USA. Abstract and poster PDF 25MB

2005

T BURTON-KELLY, M.E. 2005. An analysis of multiple trackways of Protichnites Owen, 1852, from the Potsdam Sandstone (Late Cambrian), St. Lawrence Valley, NY. Unpublished Bachelor’s thesis, St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York, 66 p. PDF 4.6 MB

A BURTON-KELLY, M.E., and J.M. ERICKSON. 2005. An analysis of multiple trackways of Protichnites Owen, 1852, from the Potsdam Sandstone (Late Cambrian), St. Lawrence Valley, NY. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 37(1):13. Abstract RTF 3KB Poster PDF 15MB

A SMRECAK, T.A., J.M. ERICKSON, J.W. HOGANSON, and M.E. BURTON-KELLY. 2005. Comparisons of megaflora assemblages between the Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Hell Creek and Tertiary (Paleocene) Ludlow formations at the Stumpf Site Natural Area, Morton County, North Dakota. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 37(7):137. Abstract RTF 3.2KB

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