Apply for research funding from the AAPG Foundation. The purpose of the AAPG Foundation Grants-in-Aid program is to foster research in the geosciences. Grants are made to provide financial assistance to graduate students (currently enrolled in Masters or Ph.D. programs) whose thesis research has application to the search for and development of petroleum and energy-mineral resources, and/or to related environmental geology issues.

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To assess prospective modeling trends for oolitic tidal sand shoals and explore potential patterns of reservoir heterogeneity, this study examines, quantifies, and models the cycle-scale architecture of the Holocene mobile oolitic tidal sand shoal complex at Schooner Cays, Bahamas.
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Lucia Torrado, had been here before – the AAPG Student Poster Competition, held yearly at the AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition. But this year had a “vibe” to it.

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The summer of 2017 is the summer for AAPG and the Visiting Geoscientist Program! Each Tuesday and Thursday, beginning 6 June, join Visiting Geoscientist Fred Schroeder for a one-hour live webinar. The series follows a two-semester course designed and developed by Schroeder to instruct students on the basics of geology and geophysics in the petroleum industry.

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Get involved in AAPG N.E.T., an online space for TIGs and SIGs where you can Network, Engage and Talk with other geoscientists.

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Offshore opportunities from Aruba to the Falkand Islands have national and independent companies keeping their eye on Latin America.

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Independent geologist Denise Cox, president of Florida-based Storm Energy, has been voted president-elect of AAPG for the 2017-18 term.

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The Next 100 Years: Oil and gas E&P will always require an enormous amount of capital expenditure, but two big shifts will are coming that will affect investment patterns in a big way.

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The main challenge for a seismic interpreter is to extract the maximum amount of information from seismic data and integrate that with other relevant data so an accurate reservoir model of the subsurface prospect can be conceived.

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Exposures of salt diapirs and flanking strata in La Popa basin, in the Mexican states of Nuevo León and Coahuila, contain world-class examples of salt–sediment interaction that provided the basis for the concept of halokinetic sequences. The basin also contains one of the first secondary salt welds described in outcrop.
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