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The best paper and poster award winners award winners for both oral and poster presentations have been named from the annual convention in New Orleans.

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The new term begins: David G. Rensink assumes the presidency of AAPG, leading the members of this year’s AAPG Executive Committee.

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Renaissance era: Geoscience research – often more practical than theoretical – is enjoying a strong revival.

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In for the long haul: A new study says the Marcellus Shale play, already a headline grabber, may get even larger.

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Blending of vintage 2-D seismic data and new 2-D spec seismic is helping map major faults by identifying even smaller structural features.Vintage 2-D seismic data

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Going, and going, and going … The Mars Exploration Rovers continue to provide spectacular views – and important information – to geoscientists on earth.

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Heads up: The moon may be important to Earth in more ways than we realized.

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Is it safe? The Environmental Protection Agency is studying hydraulic fracturing to determine its impact on surface, ground and drinking water resources.

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Officer candidates for the 2010-11 election have been named.

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