Explorer Issue: Explorer Issue
Current Issue: March 2017
This is our Annual Convention issue – but not just any Annual Convention issue: it’s all about our big 100th Anniversary Annual Convention and Exhibition (ACE) coming up in Houston.
It includes a piece chronicling the birth of AAPG in Tulsa a century ago, as well as a continuation of our “The Next 100 Years” series, this time with a look at the work force in the oil field in the aftermath of the Great Crew Change.
We also take a look at the ongoing proliferation of drones in the oil field, a piece about so-called “flood geology” promoted by Young Earth Creationists, and profiles on Larry Meckel and Edward D. Dolly, this year’s Sidney Powers and Michel T. Halbouty medalists, respectively.
We also provide a glimpse at this year’s record-breaking ACE technical program and other offerings in Houston, along with all of our regular columns.
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