The DEG newsletter is a quarterly publication. Our goals for the newsletter are to:

  • Address current events
  • Engage members
  • Communicate across AAPG divisions
  • Promote the AAPG and DEG mission
  • Provide an introduction to upcoming Environmental Geosciences issues
  • Increase current membership
 

In this issue:

  • 2017 DEG Honors and Awards
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - OTC Recap
  • Beauty in Geology
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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In this issue:

  • DEG Mission Statement
  • Drinking Water Protection - Regulation Matters!
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly / RPSEA Report
  • Beauty in Geology - The Beauty of the Microscopic World in Geology
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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You won't want to miss this issue of Spheres of Influence, because in it you'll find:

  • A look at important changes.
  • Meet our new officers.
  • A sneak peek at the content of the next issue of Environmental Geosciences.
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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You won't want to miss this issue of Spheres of Influence, because in it you'll find:

  • A look at important changes.
  • Meet our new officers.
  • A sneak peek at the content of the next issue of Environmental Geosciences.
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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In this issue of SOI we bring you a word from the president Jeff Aldrich and Editor in Chief Michele Cooney. We announce our DEG Honors and Awards, bring you Washington, D.C.'s Clean River Project, "Good, Bad, and Ugly" style and also highlight the DEG Mission Statement and Purpose.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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Welcome to the first issue of Spheres of Influence for the new year. In this edition we introduce you to DEG Vice President Bruce Smith; publish columns from DEG president Jeffrey Aldrich and editor-in-chief, Michele Cooney; offer a book review; and dish on the periodic table, “Good, Bad and Ugly” style.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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This quarter we treat you to biographies of president-elect, Timothy Murin, and secretary-treasurer, Sean Kimiagar; provide columns from DEG President, Jeffrey Aldrich, and editor-in-chief Michele Cooney; and address the U.S. EPA’s Clean Power Plan "Good, Bad, and Ugly" style.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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This issue of SOI includes lots of interesting pieces. First and foremost, we introduce you to our new president, Jeffrey Aldrich. We also include a preview of the upcoming issue of Environmental Geosciences amd give a shout-out to all our DEG award winners from this year's ACE. And finally, we've prepared a discussion regarding methane emissions, techniques for monitoring and opportunities for reducing fugitive emissions.

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This issue introduces you to our lead editors, Michele Cooney and Jennifer Delaney, gives a preview of the upcoming issue of Environmental Geosciences, and presents the topic of the Keystone XL Pipeline project, “Good, Bad, and Ugly” style. We also offer a “Rant” on risk perception, so please read on.

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In this issue: Meet our new Secretary/Treasurer; Carbon, Taxes, Attitudes to Global Warming, and AAPG — A Response; Climate Change Committee Proposal; Beauty in Geology — Monterey, California.

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