Explorer Making a Difference

Making a Difference
Pipeline Initiative Hits Shipping Milestone  
By Courtney Chadney / July 2014
AAPG’s Publication Pipeline Committee recently had a small celebration to mark a very big accomplishment: Just a few weeks ago, the group officially topped the 100-ton mark of books, periodicals and other information that have been shipped around the world.
Providing the World With More Than Energy  
By Heather Saucier / May 2014

Committed to going the extra mile to improve lives and communicate to an often skeptical public, Houston-based Noble Energy has experienced an outpouring of gratitude from the communities in which they operate.

AAPG Team Gives Scouts a Taste of Geology  
By Christopher Stone / November 2013

Making a connection: A team of AAPG members spend time with Boy Scouts at this year’s Jamboree, introducing scores of them to the world of geology.

Think: Morrice Sees a World of Opportunity  
By Barry Friedman / August 2013

One AAPG member uses her personal touch to grow AAPG’s international presence.

Seeing Despair, Offering Hope  
By Barry Friedman / October 2012

Making a Difference: Human trafficking takes a horrific toll on lives around the world, but one AAPG member and his wife have dedicated their lives to exposing the tragedy – and helping those who have suffered most.

Angola Field Trips Are Geology – And More  
By Barry Friedman / February 2012

Second time around: Award-winning AAPG geologist Tako Koning already had one successful career as an explorationist in Angola, and now he’s back for more – and helping residents there to recognize and appreciate the country’s geologic splendor.

Making a Difference: Delivering the ‘Goods’   
By Barry Friedman / April 2011

“Students need to do science,” says Milito, who teaches fourth grade in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Prof Receives – As Well as Gives  
By Barry Friedman / June 2009
‘Retired’ Geologist an Angolan Angel  
By Barry Friedman / February 2008

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.

Explorer Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Pipeline Initiative Hits Shipping Milestone
AAPG’s Publication Pipeline Committee recently had a small celebration to mark a very big accomplishment: Just a few weeks ago, the group officially topped the 100-ton mark of books, periodicals and other information that have been shipped around the world.

Think: Morrice Sees a World of Opportunity

One AAPG member uses her personal touch to grow AAPG’s international presence.

AAPG Team Gives Scouts a Taste of Geology

Making a connection: A team of AAPG members spend time with Boy Scouts at this year’s Jamboree, introducing scores of them to the world of geology.

Riding to the rescue

Seeing Despair, Offering Hope

Making a Difference: Human trafficking takes a horrific toll on lives around the world, but one AAPG member and his wife have dedicated their lives to exposing the tragedy – and helping those who have suffered most.

Making a Difference: Delivering the ‘Goods’

“Students need to do science,” says Milito, who teaches fourth grade in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Making a Difference

Prof Receives – As Well as Gives

Making a Difference

Providing the World With More Than Energy

Committed to going the extra mile to improve lives and communicate to an often skeptical public, Houston-based Noble Energy has experienced an outpouring of gratitude from the communities in which they operate.

Making a Difference

Angola Field Trips Are Geology – And More

Second time around: Award-winning AAPG geologist Tako Koning already had one successful career as an explorationist in Angola, and now he’s back for more – and helping residents there to recognize and appreciate the country’s geologic splendor.

‘Retired’ Geologist an Angolan Angel

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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