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Saeid Asadzadeh received the B.Sc. degree in mineral exploration from Sahand University of Technology (Iran) in 2002, the M.Sc. degree in mineral exploration from AmirKabir University of Technology (Iran) in 2005, and the Ph.D. degree in geologic remote sensing from the University of Campinas (Brazil) in 2018. Between 2005 and 2013, he was involved in numerous exploration activities and was instrumental in the discovery of several mineral deposits including three previously unknown porphyry Cu-Au mineralizations. During his doctorate, he received several awards for innovation in petroleum remote sensing and won the CAPES?s 'best thesis award' in the area of geosciences in 2019. His research interests include multi-, and hyperspectral remote sensing applied to mineral and energy (hydrocarbon, geothermal) exploration, geologic studies, and environmental monitoring. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The caprocks above Hydrocarbon (HC) traps are not perfectly efficient and thus light gaseous HCs can leak to the surface and trigger an array of diagenetic physio-chemical and mineralogical changes in the overlying soils and sediments. Over the years, spectral remote sensing has been utilized to map the alteration footprints of microseepage systems over HC accumulations by targeting iro...
Hydrocarbon (HC) reservoirs leak to the surface over time and produce discernible physio-chemical and mineralogical transformations on the surface, which are described within microseepage theory. Microseepage-induced surfaces are characterized by (1) anomalous gas concentration; (2) microbial and geobotanical anomalies; (3) mineralogical changes such as clay alterations, and the formati...
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