Earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, sinkholes. Dangerous stuff, geology – but geologic experts are helping societies to study, explain and deal with geohazards.
Experts have spoken about its oil potential for decades. Finally, Iraq is primed to fulfill its promise – and its opportunities aren’t just for the super-big players, either.
Not all shales are created equal; the Illinois Basin’s New Albany shale, for example, has yet to be mistaken for the Barnett. But geoscientists, armed with new technology, are about to find out why.
AAPG’s Young Professionals Committee is organizing an exciting networking opportunity at the 2010 Annual Convention and Exhibition in New Orleans – the second annual Student-Professional Meet ‘n’ Greet.
This year's ACE will be held April 11-14 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans – AAPG’s first annual meeting there in 10 years. And savings are still available.
Candidate biographies and individual information continue to be available on the website.
The eye of the beholder: Seismic data interpretations are notoriously varied – and sometimes just plain wrong. But now a team of Scottish geoscientists is shedding some light on what often goes wrong – and why.
At last, a reason to thank your kids for playing video games: PlayStation 3 technology is elevating seismic imaging to a whole new level of refinement.
Chat room redux: New technology and research efforts are making it possible for seismic data to “talk” to seismic data. And the stories they can tell…
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