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Where’s the beef? Latin America’s new Vaca Muerta play has loads of potential – and it’s not the only area that’s making South America a hot target for today’s explorationists.
It don’t come easy: The oil rich Monterey Shale has proved to be the biggest conventional resource provider in California, and it promises even more – but the formation’s complex geology is just as intimidating as its potential is huge.
Going deeper: EarthScope’s USArray project is doing just that, by taking a CAT scan of the earth’s subsurface – and providing a better look of the crust and upper mantle beneath the United States.
Information, please: The U.S. Geological Survey revamps its National Geologic Map Database – keeping the non-geologist in mind during the redesign process. But it’s good for geoscientists, too, because sometimes knowing where to look for data is the best first step a geologist can take.
Ready, set, drill. Oh, wait, not yet! Just when the United Kingdom’s ban on hydraulic fracturing was lifted, other obstacles arose, making key players have to wait their turn to tackle the country’s potentially inviting shale play.
A new study is providing data for the debate: Hydraulic fracturing versus surface coal mining – which one is safe for the enviornment?
Newly named AAPG Honorary Member Abdulla Al Naim, vice president of exploration for Saudi Aramco and a towering figure in Middle East exploration and AAPG leadership activities in that region, died unexpectedly Dec. 31.
Ninth grade earth science teacher Chris Bolhuis has been named 2013 AAPG Earth Science Teacher of the Year.
Video statements and bios from all AAPG Executive Committee officer candidates continue to be available.
AAPG's Distinguished Lecture program announces the Shell Distinguished Lecture tour. It's going to be a busy February.
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