DEG Covers Broad Interest Spectrum   
By Michael Jacobs / March 2010

Every now and then I get the opportunity to talk about the AAPG, and in particular the Division of Environmental Geosciences – but until now I have not had the opportunity to discuss the DEG with such a wide audience.

CO2 Sequestration in Spotlight   
By Michael Jacobs / December 2009

It seems like everywhere I go lately everyone wants to debate issues like global warming, climate change, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and cap-and-trade versus a revenue-neutral carbon tax system.

DEG Initiates Renewables Group   
By Michael Jacobs / September 2009

I recently attended a meeting in Houston with some of the other elected officers from the DEG, EMD and DPA, along with AAPG Executive Director Rick Fritz and Divisions manager Norma Newby.

Share the Facts About Energy  
By Rebecca Dodge / June 2009

In her final column, Rebecca Dodge, reminds the association to share their knowledge about environmental geosciences.

Cooperation Leads to Success  
By Rebecca Dodge / March 2009

DEG is proud to claim the petroleum environmental scientist involved in leading the industry side of a successful team effort where a tiny rural town on an Indian Reservation benefits with clean water supply restored.

Perspectives from the Freshmen  
By Rebecca Dodge / December 2008
This semester, for the first time, I am teaching a freshman-level environmental science class for a diverse audience. My previous environmental science classes have been taught for those intending to be K-5 teachers.
DEG Gives Value Beyond Meetings  
By Rebecca Dodge / September 2008
AAPG’s Division of Environmental Geosciences had its largest set of offerings in several years at this year’s AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition in San Antonio.
Ugly Is In the Eye of the Beholder  
By Charles Groat / June 2008
During the portion of my time in Louisiana that I administered the state’s coastal zone management program I attended a coastal zone managers meeting in Florida.
Coastal Plain All Out-Go, No In-Come  
By Charles Groat / March 2008
The coastal Louisiana landscape was built from sediments supplied by the Mississippi River and deposited on its delta or along adjacent shorelines, carried there by longshore currents.
Statement Process Was Revealing  
By Charles Groat / December 2007
The climate change position statement rewrite process in AAPG brought to light several interesting characteristics of our membership and AAPG as an organization.
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The Division of Environmental Geosciences (DEG), a division of AAPG, is concerned with increasing awareness of the environment and the petroleum industry and providing AAPG with a scientific voice in the public arena. Among its objectives are educating members about important environmental issues, supporting and encouraging research on the effects of exploration and production on the environment, and communicating scientific information to concerned governmental agencies.

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