The principal method of providing outreach to geoscience students, non-AAPG geoscientists, and the general public, is through the EMD Public Webpages of the various Commodity Committees. These webpages provide basic information concerning each of the hydrocarbon-based unconventional energy commodities, such as: coalbed methane, gas hydrates, tight gas sands, shale gas & liquids, oil (tar) sands, and oil shale, and the alternative energy resources, such as coal, uranium (nuclear minerals), geothermal energy, for monitoring purposes, renewable energy resources, such as wind, solar, hydropower, biomass, and others under investigation.

 

In this time of frequent job and/or career changes, it is important to demonstrate one's versatility to prospective clients and employers. In order to provide the membership with as much help as possible during these interesting times, the Energy Minerals Division, through the Division of Professional Affairs, offers peer-reviewed, professional certification for Coal Geologists.

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A presentation that includes slides shown by Vince Matthews, Wednesday, April 4, 2007 at the EMD luncheon, AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, Long Beach, California.

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Presented by William A. Ambrose, Tuesday, April 24, 2007 at the Bureau of Economic Geology John A. and Katherine G. Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Presented by the 2009-10 Executive Committee at the New Orleans Annual Meeting and Exhibition.

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Invited Presentation by Campbell, M. D. and H. M. Wise for the Dinner Meeting of the Houston Geological Society’s Engineering and Environmental Group, May 18, Houston, Texas, 51 p.

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Campbell, M. D. and W. A. Ambrose, 2010 Press Release (with Details) April 16.

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AIPG The Professional Geologist article by Uranium Committee: Campbell, M. D., J. D. King, H. M. Wise, R. I. Rackley, and B. Handley. AAPG – Energy Minerals Division 2008 Report, revised for publishing in AIPG’s The Professional Geologist, Vol. 46, No. 5, September/October, pp. 42-51 - Peer Reviewed.

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Paper/Poster at the Conference of the American Association of Petroleum Geologist (AAPG), Energy Minerals Division Sessions, by Campbell, M. D., B. Handley, H. M. Wise, J. D. King, and M. David Campbell, June 9, Denver, CO., 27 p.

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An Invited Presentation by Michael D. Campbell, EMD Uranium Committee Chairman at the Texas Commission Environmental Quality Conference and Trade Fair, Austin, Texas, April 30, 2008.

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Through the integration of information gained during the past 5 years, production of natural gas from hydrate should be viable in the near term using a petroleum systems’ approach.

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