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This year members will be choosing a president-elect from three candidates (you will be asked to vote in order of your preference); a vice president-Sections from two candidates; and a treasurer from two candidates.
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Register before Feb. 12 for the AAPG Annual Convention in San Antonio and you’ll save up to $200 off the regular registration fee.
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A proposed bylaws amendment giving the Executive Committee the authority to expel a member who is found to have falsified stated qualifications in a membership application will be considered at the House of Delegates meeting at the AAPG Annual Convention in San Antonio.
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Making the grade: A middle school earth sciences teacher from Parker, Colo., is this year’s AAPG Teacher of theYear.

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Everyone knows it’s windy … especially in the North Sea.

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Something to talk about: How do you respond when someone asks why oil prices are what they are? Some experts offer some words of advice.

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A helping hand: Geologist Tako Koning spent most of his career finding oil in Africa, but in retirement he’s finding something in Angola that might be even more important – a chance for people there to beat drought and disease.

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What’s lighter than air and quietly vanishing before our eyes? If you said helium, you may also know that the hunt for its presence may be New Mexico’s next hot play.

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Sudden impact: Can meteor-caused craters be the key to finding new oil and gas reservoirs?
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Minipermeameter gives field data and recognition for innovative technology to AAPG member Cynthia Dinwiddie.

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Just how valuable is the Gulf of Mexico? Valuable enough for one group to start an initiative to ensure its protection – from both natural and man-made threats.

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