William C. Parcell ?>

Department of Geology

1845 Fairmount Avenue, Box 27

Wichita State University

Wichita, Kansas 67250-0027

Office Phone: (316) 978-3141

E-mail: william.parcell@wichita.edu

1. EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

1.1 EDUCATION

2000. Ph.D., Geological Sciences,

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

Dissertation: "Controls on the Development and Distribution of Reefs and Carbonate Facies in the Late Jurassic of the Eastern Gulf Coast, U.S.A. and Eastern Paris Basin, France."

1997. M.S., Geology,

University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716

Thesis: "Depositional Environments and Stratigraphic Analysis of the Middle Jurassic Sawtooth and Piper Formations in southwestern Montana and northcentral Wyoming."

1994. B.S., Forestry and Geology,

The University of the South, Sewanee, TN 37383

1.2 RESEARCH INTERESTS

Stratigraphy, sedimentology, stratigraphic computer modeling, carbonate sequence stratigraphy, microbial sedimentology, Jurassic paleoenvironments, petroleum systems modeling

1.3 ACADEMIC POSITIONS

August 2001-present. Assistant Professor of Geology,

Wichita State University, Department of Geology, Wichita, KS

Courses taught: Earth Science and the Environment (GEOL 102 3, 4 credits), Mineralogy (GEOL 320, 3 credits), Petrology of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks (GEOL 324, 3 credits), Exploration Geophysics (GEOL 760, 3 credits), Computer Applications for Independent Petroleum Geologists (GEOL 750, 1 credit), Research in Geology (GEOL 800, 3 credits), Extreme Environments (GEOL 810, 3 credits)

January ñ July 2001. Post-Doctoral Fellow,

University of Alabama, Center for Sedimentary Basin Studies, Department of Geological Sciences, Tuscaloosa, AL

Research topics: Basin analysis, sequence-stratigraphic analysis, petroleum-systems analysis, and reservoir characterization and modeling of Mesozoic and Cenozoic Gulf Coastal Plain strata in Alabama and Mississippi. Depositional systems, sedimentology, and sequence stratigraphy of Jurassic strata in the Portugal.

1997 ñ 2000. Research Assistant,

University of Alabama, Department of Geological Sciences,

Tuscaloosa, AL

Research topics: Basin analysis, sequence-stratigraphic analysis, petroleum-systems analysis, and reservoir characterization and modeling of Mesozoic and Cenozoic Gulf Coastal Plain strata in Alabama and Mississippi. Also examined depositional systems, sedimentology, and sequence stratigraphy of Jurassic strata in the Paris Basin, France.

1994 ñ 1996. Teaching Assistant,

University of Delaware, Department of Geology, Newark, DE

Courses taught: Field Camp in the Western United States (Montana and Wyoming), Petrology of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks, Structural Geology

1.4 OTHER RESEARCH POSITIONS

May ñ August 1999. Geologist,

BP Amoco, Western U.S. Gas Unit, Houston, TX

Duties: Construct geologic and diagenetic model of controls on carbonate reservoir quality (i.e. porosity and dolomite distribution) in the Mississippian Mission Canyon Formation. Prepared and presented in-house reports.

1994-1997. Research Assistant,

Delaware Geological Survey, Newark, DE

Duties: Mapping, recording, and locating seismic events, data entry of historic earthquakes in Delaware, water well testing, library research, and report preparation.

2. INSTRUCTION

2.1 COURSES TAUGHT

*indicates courses taught for first time

Year Hrs. Course No. and Title Term Enrolled

2004.

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Spring 100

04 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Spring 15

03 GEOL 324: Petrology/Petrography Spring 6

00 GEOL 324: Petrology/Petrography Lab Spring 6

03 *GEOL 810: Extreme Environments Spring 7

03 GEOL 890: Thesis Spring 3

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Summer 49

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Fall 46

04 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Fall 10

04 GEOL 320: Mineralogy Fall 9

00 GEOL 320: Mineralogy Lab Fall 9

2004. cont.

01 GEOL 890: Thesis Fall 2

2003.

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Spring

pre-session 105

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Spring 93

04 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Spring 15

03 GEOL 324: Petrology/Petrography Spring 9

03 GEOL 698: Independent Study Summer 1

03 GEOL 800: Research in Geology Summer 3

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Fall 74

03 GEOL 320: Mineralogy Fall 10

00 GEOL 320: Mineralogy Lab Fall 10

03 GEOL 657: Earth Science Instructional Methods Fall 2

02 GEOL 890: Thesis Fall 2

2002.

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Spring

pre-session 79

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Spring 89

04 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Spring 15

03 *GEOL 760: Exploration Geophysics Spring 9

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Summer 38

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Fall 108

04 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Fall 11

03 *GEOL 320: Mineralogy Fall 12

01 *GEOL 750: Computer Applications for Independent

Petroleum Geologists Fall 13

2001.

03 *GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Fall 66

04 *GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Fall 8

02 *LASI 550C: Teaching Evolution: Issues and Fall 4

Perspectives

02 *LASI 550C: Teaching Evolution: Issues and Fall 2

Perspectives

01 *GEOL 704: Environmental Science Colloquium Fall 1

03 GEOL 102: Earth Science and the Environment Fall 78

3. RESEARCH/CREATIVE ACTIVITY

3.1 PUBLISHED OR ACCEPTED PAPERS, BOOKS, AND EDITED VOLUMES

* student coauthors marked with asterisk

2004.

Parcell, W.C., and Williams, M.K.*, in press, Mixed-sediment deposition in a retro-arc foreland basin: Lower Ellis Group (M. Jurassic), Wyoming and Montana, U.S.A., Sedimentary Geology.

Parcell, W.C., in press, Fuzzy logic in geology, International Journal of General Systems, v. 34, n.1

Burke, C.D., McHenry, T.M., Bischoff, W.D., Huttig, E. S., Yang, W. and

Parcell, W.C., 2004, Coral mortality, recovery and reef degradation at Mexico Rocks Patch Reef Complex, Northern Belize, C. A.: 1995-1997, Hydrobiologia, v. 530-531, p. 481-487.

Mancini, E.A., Llinas, J.C., Parcell, W.C., Aurell, M., Badenas, B. and Benson, D.J., 2004, Upper Jurassic thrombolite reservoir play, northeastern Gulf of Mexico, Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull. 88, n. 11, p. 1573-1602.

2003.

Parcell, W.C., 2003, Modeling the controls on Upper Jurassic Smackover microbial reefs with fuzzy logic computer modeling. Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 73, n. 4., p. 498-515.

Parcell, W.C., 2003, Examining the definition and significance of the maximum flooding surface through fuzzy logic modeling, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions 53, p. 351-360.

Mancini, E.A., Parcell, W.C., Puckett, T.M., and Llinas, J.C., 2003, Basin analysis of the Mississippi Interior Salt Basin and petroleum system modeling of the Jurassic Smackover Formation, eastern Gulf Coastal Plain, Carbonates and Evaporites 18, p. 125-150.

2002.

Parcell, W.C., 2002, Sequence stratigraphic controls on the development of microbial fabrics and growth forms ñ implications for reservoir quality distribution in the Upper Jurassic (Oxfordian) Smackover Formation, Eastern Gulf Coast, U.S.A., Carbonates and Evaporites 17, p. 166-181.

Mancini, E.A., Puckett, T.M., Parcell, W.C., Llinas, J.C., Kopaska-Merkel, D.C., 2002, and Townsend, R.N., Basin analysis of the Mississippi Interior Salt Basin and petroleum system modeling of the Jurassic Smackover Formation, eastern Gulf Coastal Plain, U.S. Department of Energy, DE-FG22-96BC14946, 487p.

2001.

Mancini, E.A., and Parcell, W.C., 2001, Outcrop analogs for reservoir characterization and modeling of Smackover microbial reefs in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico area, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions 51, p. 207-218.

Mancini, E.A., Badali, M., Puckett, T.M., Parcell, W.C., and Llinas, J.C., 2001, Mesozoic carbonate petroleum systems in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, Petroleum Systems of Deep-Water Basins: Global and Gulf of Mexico Experience, Proceedings of the 21st Annual Research Conference, Gulf Coast Section, SEPM Foundation, p. 423-451.

2000.

Parcell, W.C., 2000, 3D computer simulation of carbonate depositional facies distribution and productivity rates using continuous set theory to mimic geologists' reasoning, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions 50, p. 439-450.

Mancini, E.A., Puckett, T.M., and Parcell, W.C. (eds.), 2000, Carbonate Reservoir Characterization and Modeling for Enhanced Hydrocarbon Discovery and Recovery, AAPG/EAGE International Research Conference, Program and Abstracts Volume, 68p.

Mancini, E.A., Benson, D.J., Hart, B.S., Balch, R.S., Parcell, W.C., and Panetta, B.J., 2000, Appleton field case study (eastern Gulf Coastal Plain): field development model for Upper Jurassic microbial reef reservoirs associated with paleotopographic basement structures, Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull. 84, p. 1699-1717.

1999.

Parcell, W.C., 1999, Stratigraphic Architecture of Upper Jurassic (Oxfordian) reefs in the northeastern Gulf Coast, U.S. and the eastern Paris Basin