Anderson, T., M., Deo, D. J. Thul, 2013, Key Parameters of Liquid Rich Unconventional Plays: Case Studies from North America (talk with abs.): AAPG Geosciences Technology Workshop: Hydrocarbon Charge Considerations in Liquid-Rich Unconventional Petroleum Systems, Vancouver, BC Canada.
Zimbrick, G. D., M. P. Dolan, D. J. Thul, Williston Basin Pre-Bakken Potential Using Regional Maturity Modeling (talk with abs.): Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, Denver, Colorado.
Thul, D. J., and S. A. Sonnenberg, 2013, Niobrara Source Rock Maturity in the Denver Basin: A Study of Differential Heating and Tectonics on Petroleum Prospectivity Using Programmed Pyrolysis (talk with abs.): AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Thul, D. J., and S. A. Sonnenberg, 2012, Evidence of multiple vitrinite populations in the Niobrara Formation of the Denver Basin and their implications for petroleum exploration and development (poster with abs.): AAPG Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Grand Junction, Colorado, Search and Discovery Article #90156.
Thul, D. J., and S. A. Sonnenberg, 2012, Niobrara source rock maturity along the extrapolated trend of the Colorado Mineral Belt in the Denver Basin (poster with abs.): AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, Long Beach, California, Search and Discovery Article #90142
Dolan, M. P., G. D. Zimbrick, D. J. Thul, 2012, Constructing Regional Maturity Maps for Unconventional Success (talk with abs.): Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists Prospect Fair and Technofest, Denver, Colorado.
Thul,D. J., M. M. Berlin, and R. S. Anderson, 2006, Assessment of Morphology andPotential RetreatProcesses of EastFork Falls,RoanPlateau,Colorado (poster with abstract): CU-Boulder HydrologicSciencesStudentSymposium.
Manuscripts in Preparation
Thul, D. J., and S. A. Sonnenberg, Niobrara Source Rock Maturity in the Denver Basin: The effects of Differential Heating on Petroleum Prospectivity
Thul, D. J., and S. A. Sonnenberg, Experimental Insights into Interpreting Programmed Pyrolysis Results from Disparate Analytical Instruments, Different Sample Types, and Vintages