President John Lorenz assumes the AAPG presidency and begins his term along with the other members of this year’s Executive Committee.
And the winner is … decided in Denver. The worldwide 28 Imperial Barrel Award competition comes to an exciting conclusion at the annual meeting.
Behind the scenes: You’ve heard about a new report that points to the Arctic as having great potential for hydrocarbon resources. But have you heard how the report was made?
Reason to sing? Northern Louisiana’s high-profile, still-fledgling Haynesville shale gas play, despite the challenges facing many operators, is hitting all the right notes.
Everything you learned in kindergarten: The early lessons of life – be honest, do good works for others – can still provide a good foundation in the world of ethics.
Let’s raise a glass! Shale Ale, a limited edition beer made exclusively for the Burgess Shale Geoscience Foundation – is making imbibers happy and raising the public’s awareness of the historic formation.
Geologist-artist Greg Wessel's Two Wall Gallery has issued a “call for artists” who are also geologists (or other earth-related scientists) to submit works for consideration of inclusion in their upcoming show titled “Geo Sapiens – The Fusion of Geology and Art.”
A question asked and answered: The AAPG House of Delegates takes action on the required waiting time for a member to be considered for Active status.
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