Up close and personal: Videos of the AAPG officer candidates – recorded in a new format – are now available online.
Does it, or doesn’t it have an effect on earthquake activity? Various geoscientists take a look at the world of induced seismic activity.
Award-winning paper showcases a cutting-edge technique that strongly correlates the 2011 Youngstown, Ohio, Earthquake Sequence to wastewater injection.
Southward bound: A team of geoscientists – including EXPLORER correspondent Susan Eaton – headed to Antarctica to research planetary processes on the world’s last remaining wilderness.
The new AAPG Advisory provides timely information about all of AAPG’s products, services, events, programs, conferences and publications in one place.
Enterprising, but cash-poor, students attend AAPG Pacific Section annual meeting on the cheap.
Initial reports suggest the inaugural Unconventional Resources Technology Conference was an extraordinary success.
It takes a village: Integrated approaches and technologies are proving their worth in the seismic world.
New technology breathes life into older seismic data acquisition and processing methods.
It’s old, it’s rough, it was SO last century. And that’s why new seismic work in the famed Permian Basin is so exciting.
Geology Without Limits: The complex and tectonically challenging Caribbean Plate is about to be the target of a three-year international seismic investigation.
The quest to establish a commercially viable thermogenic petroleum system in the Tobago Basin continues.
Canadian crews survey Christchurch faults, receive enthusiastic support from local governmental agencies.
Seismic acquisition crews in southwest France attempt to gather data without disturbing the locals.
Sometimes the best seismic data acquisition system for a job is a combination of two.
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