May 2009

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Your shut door, our open window: Current fiscal realities have stalled some projects, but two geologists say now is the perfect time to consider better ways to evaluate shale gas potential.     

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Hot stuff: Researchers are excited about new data that point to the huge geothermal potential of Colorado’s Raton Basin.     

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Can’t we all just get along? Companies have accepted that collaboration is good. The next step – making it happen.     

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The eye of the beholder: Everyone knows Colorado is a beautiful state. The big question is, how did it get that way?     

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Let the celebration begin: It was 1909, and Charles Doolittle Walcott, while riding a horse, noticed some unusual fossils in the ground beneath him – and the 505 million-year-old Burgess Shale became an overnight sensation.     

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A personal connection with a legendary geologist Hollis Hedberg triggered Georges Pardo’s personal connection with Cuba – and that bond has led to a new AAPG book on the island’s geology.     

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