By subscribing to Ava® Clastics analogue database and clastic sedimentology software, you can collaborate with peers, colleagues and domain experts in an interactive environment designed to share information and support knowledge transfer. From a single-user to an enterprise experience, the Ava Clastics portal helps geologists stay connected.
At the heart of Ava Clastics are a collection of world-class databases offered by PDS Group, including FAKTS and SMAKS by the University of Leeds. These databases encapsulate many years of research and scientific rigour, and were created so geoscientists could rapidly incorporate and reference analogues in their workflows.
Ava Clastics makes them accessible and transforms the data into actionable insights.
The next database to be integrated into Ava Clastics will be the Deep-Marine Architecture Knowledge Store (DMAKS). Completing our source-to-sink journey, the DMAKS database was also created by researchers at the University of Leeds as part of the Turbidites Research Group (TRG), and contains numerical and descriptive data from deep-marine clastic sedimentary systems. The relational database comprises extensive research based on fieldwork and peer-reviewed literature from both modern systems and their ancient successions in the stratigraphic record.