The world's helium shortage is not a household topic, but it could become one in 2013 – this long-called a "looming crisis" is now a fast-approaching reality.
One more time: The AAPG Foundation’s “explorer-in-residence,” Susan Eaton, is returning to Antarctica again on a scientific expedition to study the geology and the climate found at the Bottom of the World.
Lost in the flood: AAPG member Sam Epstein stayed – and survived the devastating Hurricane Sandy in Rockaway, N.Y. And Gerald Friedman is part of the story ...Some bold and creative geologists, full of the entrepreneur spirit, helped turn the Falkland Islands into a success story.
From prospects to discoveries: The art of the deal will be among the valuable lessons shared during the inaugural DPA-sponsored Playmaker Forum, coming soon in Houston.
Video statements and biographical information for AAPG Executive Committee candidates continue to be available onlline.
It’s all about staying on target: Technological advances are helping to make geosteering an increasingly valuable tool for geologists involved in horizontal wells.
The proof is in the colors: A new stratigraphic analysis technique, ChromaStratigraphy, is being used to record changes in color in rock samples and produce a virtual core for viewing.
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