Julia Gale

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'llefccu so fthisrepm tisonthecomprative state ofrhe software engineering practice in the U.S. and Japan from a software process perspective that is, the report characterizes the softswue processes currently used by software managers and practitioners in the U.S. and Japan. The U.S. data for this comparative study of the state of software practice in the(More)
Julia Gale obtained a Ph.D. in structural geology from Exeter University in 1987. She taught structural geology and tectonics for 12 years at the University of Derby. She moved to the University of Texas at Austin in 1998, working as a research associate first in the Department of Geological Sciences and then the Bureau of Economic Geology. Her interests(More)
Dolomite reservoirs are important sources of hydrocarbons, and fluid flow within them is commonly influenced by fractures. Understanding of fundamental processes that govern properties of such reservoirs, namely precipitation of authigenic dolomite and fracturing, has remained elusive, making prediction and characterization challenging. Studies of fractured(More)
Julia Gale obtained a Ph.D. in structural geology from Exeter University in 1987. She taught structural geology and tectonics for 12 years at the University of Derby. She moved to the University of Texas at Austin in 1998, working as a research associate first in the Department of Geological Sciences and then at the Bureau of Economic Geology. Her interests(More)
  • Ramon H. Trevino, Robert G. Loucks, Julia F. W. Gale, Abdelmoniem K. Abdelmoniem
  • 2008
The Olmos Formation is composed of shelf, shoreface, and delta-system sandstones and associated mudstones. Facies architecture has distinct lateral and vertical variations. Cores are essential for documenting specific facies, and such cores are rare. Hy-drodynamic and biological features down to several inches are, however, apparent and recognizable on(More)
  • Ursula Hammes, CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS, Robert G. Loucks, William A. Ambrose, Eric C. Potter, Robert Loucks +23 others
  • 2008
The State of Texas Advanced Resource Recovery program, Project STARR, has been successful in its major objective to increase royalty income to the Permanent School Fund and severance taxes to the General Fund through technological and research projects that promote the drilling of profitable oil and gas wells on State Lands and Waters. The Bureau of(More)
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