Up close and personal: Videos of the AAPG officer candidates – recorded in a new format – are available online.
A helping hand turns into a learning experience. Students at a South Africa university pair up with a government-funded program and help solve a children’s school’s water problem.
The new joint publication of SEG and AAPG – Interpretation – will release its last free issue in November which features a special section on interpreting unconventional resources.
It is time to begin making requests for a distinguished lecturer to visit your society or campus. This year the selection is expanded to include Europe.
Southward bound – Part II: A team of geoscientists headed to Antarctica to research planetary processes on the world’s last remaining wilderness.
The ultra-deepwater Alaminos Canyon area proved to be a valuable lease purchase in the recent Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale.
Wil who? Don’t look now, but the Wilcox Trend is making a name for itself – thanks to high oil prices and technology applications, such as hydraulic fracturing.
A valuable study funded by the Texas Water Development Board sets aside the controversy and takes a closer look at hydraulic fracturing and water resources and consumption.
The Louisiana Professional Geoscience Practice act was passed but is now about to become active and licensing applications are becoming available soon.
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