be (abiogenic), or not to be -- that
is the question once again surrounding the origin of hydrocarbons,
and it's suffering the slings and arrows of outraged (and interested)
Secretarial Candidates: Katharine Lee
Avary and Robert L. Countryman, candidates for secretary of AAPG,
present their bios and explain why they accepted the invitation
to be candidates for AAPG office.
second AAPG President's Conference
on National Issues takes industry information and suggestions to
the decision makers in Washington, D.C.
all over? One geologist who has been
studying Missouri's New Madrid seismic zone believes the origin
of the earthquakes there lies beneath the Gulf of Mexico.
me the money! Yes, pretty maps and
gee-whiz seismic data are nice, but geologists who want to raise
money for a deal need something more to claim the cash.
of all sizes are probing the virtually
untouched basins all along the coast of West Africa, from Morocco
to South Africa.
Help, Please: 2004
is just around the corner when you are planning a meeting ... annual
meeting that is. A call for suggestions for session topics has been
are you cutting it in your curriculum?
... Student Expo that is. Make your plans today.
for a chat: Here's a good way for
AAPG membership numbers to grow.
What is it and what does it mean to you as a member of AAPG.