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Maya Sánchez, M. (2021). Editorial. Boletín Geológico, 48(2), 3–5. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.sgc.gov.co/index.php/boletingeo/article/view/640







Boletín Geológico published issue 48(2) in December 2021, with the following articles (Figure 1):

Velásquez et al. from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Facultad de Minas, Medellín, present the Terciario Carbonífero de Antioquia (TCA), published by Dr. Jakob Emil Grosse in 1926, one of the most relevant classic works of Colombian geology in the first half of the XX century, in which its rigorous execution, excellent field control, and me­ticulousness in petrological and structural analyses stand out as one of the most valid and influential classic works, mainly for studies involving regional geology and economic geology.

Oliveras, Colombian consultant, presents two analytical solutions to measuring the carbon dioxide (CO2) mass flux in a volcanic environment. CO2 mass flux must be measured continuously and telemetrically to obtain a better understanding of the dynamics of volcanic degassing processes, contributing to the creation of a volcano behavioral model.

Gallego, from Servicio Geológico Colombiano, Bogotá, assesses the mineral demand in Colombia in the 2020-2050 period for the rare earth elements embedded in the deployment of wind power technologies in four different climate policy scenarios to establish whether they could face geological bott­lenecks that could ultimately hamper the transition to a low-carbon economy.

Rojas and Molina, from Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, characterize a hydrocarbon reservoir of two fields in the Carbonera Formation within the Llanos Orien­tales Basin of Colombia. This was conducted using well logs, the structural surface of the regional datum of the area, segments of the Yuca Fault and a local fault in the reservoir, the permeability equation, and J functions of the reservoir provided by the operating company.

Suarez et al., from Servicio Geológico Colombiano, Bogotá, propose a methodology for the recognition of extensio­nal environments that integrates prefield photogeological in­terpretation, the establishment of a systematic process for data acquisition and structural analysis with a stereographic projec­tion grid. Additionally, some basic concepts for the description and understanding of the structures and the mechanisms that generate them are included.

Patarroyo, from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, presents data on the lithostratigraphy, nomenclature and biostratigraphy of the Yuruma Formation at its type locality, as well as nearby out­crops located to the north in Punta Espada, Guajira Department, Colombia.

Aguiar and Serrano, from Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE and Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro, Ecuador, examine six models with strong motion equations. They determined the average spectra for soil profiles and proposed new spectral forms for the urban area of the city of Ambato.


Boletín Geológico acknowledges the collaboration of the following reviewers and their commitment to the peer-review process involved in this issue:

Agnes Mazot - GNS Science, New Zeland
Alejandra Tironi - Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Alejandro Beltrán - Universidad EAFIT, Colombia
Andrés Cárdenas - Universidad EAFIT, Colombia
Ángel Nieto Samaniego - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México
Angélica Triana – Universidad Externado de Colombia y Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Beatriz Aguirre - Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Berenice Solis - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México
Camila Marques dos Santos - Centro de Desenvolvimento da Tecnologia Nuclear, Brazil
Camilo Ordóñez - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Carlos Guzmán - Universidad de Caldas, Colombia
Carlos Mario Echeverri - Universidade Federal Campina Grande, Brazil
César Mora - Cuencas Consultores, Colombia
Diana Ortega - Universidad EAFIT, Colombia
Fernanda Cravero - Centro de Tecnología de Recursos Minerales y Cerámica, Argentina
Gabriel París – Consultant, Colombia
Georgina Ibarra - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México
Gustavo Hincapié - Universidad de Caldas, Colombia
Jorge López – LOGEA, Colombia
Leandro Rodríguez - Centro Regional de Sismología para América del Sur (CERESIS), Perú
Leda Sánchez Bettucci - Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Marcelo Assumpção - Universidad de Sao Paulo, Brazil
María Isabel Marín - Universidad EAFIT, Colombia
Mariana Jácome - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México
Nelly Piragauta – Consultant, Colombia
Verónica Vennari – IDEVEA (UTN-CONICET), Argentina

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