Explorer Issue: Explorer Issue
Current Issue: October 2016
The October issue of the Explorer is now available online.
It’s our annual Geophysical Review and it includes some highlights from this month’s annual meeting of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists; a look at how the Mars Curiosity rover utilizes geochemistry to explore the Red Planet’s potential for habitability; an article about a brand new, cost-effective gravity meter; and articles about recent advances in microseismic analysis and imaging data.
Also included are an update of AAPG’s transition to Special and Technical Interest Groups (SIGS and TIGS), a massive oil discovery in the Permian Basin, a celebration of the past 75 years of the Distinguished Lecture Program, and an update on Oklahoma earthquakes.
In addition, the issue will contain all of the regular columns and features.
The AAPG EXPLORER is the monthly tabloid magazine of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists that covers news of interest to the AAPG membership. Contents include coverage of the entire span of energy interest, with emphasis on exploration for hydrocarbons and energy minerals. Breaking news stories, features, profiles of personalities, comment columns and Association information is included.
The AAPG EXPLORER is read by more than 42,000 members and friends of the Association in 129 countries.