Balloting for AAPG officer candidates for the 2009-10 term will be available March 3.
Time to get online: dues statements will be arriving soon, and registration is now open for the Annual Convention and Exhibition in Denver. Both can be taken care of online!
It’s a small world after all: Nanotechnology has the potential make a big impact in the global energy picture.
AAPG’s first Geoscience Technology Workshop (GTW) in North America will focus on the contributions, challenges and responsibilities of geoscientists in estimating resources and reserves.
Putting it together: Success at Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay was the result of a team effort involving geologists and geophysicists.
Two geologists who have each made huge contributions to geology and the support of geosciences will be honored by the AAPG Foundation in Denver.
The House of Delegates will have several bylaws changes to consider at its Denver meeting.
Not everyone got caught unprepared for the latest swing in the world’s financial situation – in fact, some companies in the geophysical industry are seeing possible silver linings in today’s cloudy conditions.
Field (trip) of dreams: AAPG Honorary Member Roger Slatt is leading a research team in a reservoir characterization study of the Barnett Shale.
Bottoms up: Ocean bottom seismic nodes prove their value – again – in the Gulf of Mexico’s Deimos Field.
An ocean bottom seismic (OBS) node in the Gulf of Mexico passes an important repeatability test.
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