AAPG is implementing a new policy on Open Access publishing that will keep the Association current and engaged.
The upcoming 2013 International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) in Cartegena, Colombia, will be an event you don't want to miss.
AAPG members are being asked to help create an educational research facility to study a part of England's Jurassic Coast.
Sa'id Al-Hajri, Saudi Aramco's acting manager of the Upstream Ventures department, has assumed the role as president of the AAPG Middle East Region.
The fifth annual Fabric of the Land art and science exhibit is proving valuable to geologists - and artists around the world.
The AAPG Career Center has some new tools/resources available to increase member value and provide opportunities to enhance career needs.
The Santos and Campos basins continue to be the world's hottest spot in deepwater and ultra-deepwater exploration.
Latin America offers some of the most promising and most perplexing exploration prospects on the planet.
The supergiant Mamba gas discovery has proved East Africa's potential is real.Long captivated by both the onshore and offshore possibilities in Colombia, operators are hoping to turn Caribbean potential into reality soon.
After decades spent visiting Morocco and neighboring Algeria, an AAPG member who's led countless field trips to some of the earth's most exotic places says the two old countries are evolving into modern times.
One AAPG member uses her personal touch to grow AAPG’s international presence.
A reminder from the AAPG membership department: 2013-14 dues must be paid before Sept. 1 to prevent losing any member benefits.
Renewing is easy to do and options are available:
And remember: Sept. 1 is the deadline.
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