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2622
 

Antartica provides geoscientists with an outstanding outdoor laboratory to research planetary processes.

2623
 

The new AAPG Advisory provides timely information about all of AAPG’s products, services, events, programs, conferences and publications in one place.

2624
 

Enterprising, but cash-poor, students attend AAPG Pacific Section annual meeting on the cheap.

2625
 

Initial reports suggest the inaugural Unconventional Resources Technology Conference was an extraordinary success.

Emphasis: Geophysical Review

2620
 

Oil and gas operators begin to turn their attention to systematic data collection related to the sources and impact of induced seismicity.

2621
 

Award-winning paper showcases cutting-edge technique that strongly correlates the 2011 Youngstown, Ohio, Earthquake Sequence to wastewater injection.

2626
 

Accurate characterization of unconventional reservoirs requires an integrated, multi-faceted approach.

2627
 

New technology breathes life into older seismic data acquisition and processing methods.

2628
 

Wireless 'push-pull' shooting method reduces acquisition costs relative to traces per bin in recent Permian Basin survey.

2629
 

Major 'Caribbean plate' survey by Moscow-based consortium 'Geology Without Limits' to commence soon, will bring together leading scientists from around the world.

2630
 

The quest to establish a commercially viable thermogenic petroleum system in the Tobago Basin continues.

2631
 

Canadian crews survey Christchurch faults, receive enthusiastic support from local governmental agencies.

2632
 

Seismic acquisition crews in southwest France attempt to gather data without disturbing the locals.

2633
 

Sometimes the best seismic data acquisition system for a job is a combination of two.

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