Articles are papers of major extent and contain detailed geologic data that support original interpretations or methods. The AAPG Bulletin does not accept papers that have been published or that are being considered elsewhere.
E&P Notes are short, timely, general interest papers focused on current exploration plays and practical field descriptions to improve recovery of petroleum, natural gas, and other energy mineral resources.
Geologic Notes are brief, timely, and of general interest.
Geohorizons papers focus on current technical methodologies and should be written for the general readership rather than for a limited audience of experts in a given field.
Discussions and Replies
Discussion and Replies pertain to articles published in the AAPG Bulletin. They are brief and to the point.
Memorials are no more than 800 words, include a recent photo, and are written with an emphasis on professional activities of the deceased.
The AAPG Bulletin considers good-quality color photos of geologic interest for the front cover. Preferred photos are images that relate to a submitted paper, but stand-alone images with no connection to submitted manuscripts are also considered.