AAPG's mission is to provide members, other geoscientists, and, in some cases, nongeologists with timely and useful publications at the lowest possible cost. There are several series of books published by AAPG: Memoirs, Studies in Geology, Archie, Hedberg, Methods in Exploration, and general Special Publications. All AAPG publications go through a proposal and review process overseen by the AAPG Publications Committee and Elected Editor before being accepted for publication. AAPG publishes both hard copy and digital books, as well as hybrid combinations of hard copy and digital.

Occasionally, books will be published that do not fall into a Series category, and these are published as general Special Publications, with no series number.

3973
Memoir 94 – Thrust fault-related folds form numerous important hydrocarbon traps in sub-aerial and deep-water fold and thrust belts as well as in inversion fold and thrust belts. This memoir presents 16 papers on new advances in the analysis and understanding of thrust-related fold systems including detachment folds, thrust-fault propagation folds, wedge thrust-related fold systems, and basement-involved fold systems. Release date: 10/2011
4000
Memoir 96 presents a comprehensive survey of cutting-edge approaches used by industry to quantify the uncertainty in both conventional and unconventional reservoirs. Balanced between case histories and theory, the chapters in this volume equip experienced practitioners and those just entering the field with the theories, workflows, and case history examples needed to make better reservoir management decisions in the modern oil and gas field. Release date: 12/2011
4016
Memoir 97– Far from being isotropic and homogenous, as once naively envisioned, shale reservoirs are complexly layered accumulations of fine-grained sediment. Geologic variation on scales ranging from that of stratal architecture to that of lamination within individual beds must be understood in order to locate and exploit areas of high production within shale reservoirs. Shale reservoirs remain largely geologic plays – not merely lease plays or strictly engineering plays made possible by improvements in drilling and completion technology. Release date: 08/2012
Memoir 98 – This memoir comprises works on biostratigraphy, ichnology, stratigraphy, depositional facies, diagenesis, and petroleum and mineral resources of the Great American Carbonate Bank. Release date: 01/2013
4058
Memoir 99 – Co-published by the Bureau of Economic Geology and AAPG, The Salt Mine provides a guided tour of some of the finest examples of salt tectonics in both classic and little-known salt basins. The tour includes more than 1350 images and 50 animations of salt structures, including many previously unpublished physical and numerical models produced by the Applied Geodynamics Laboratory. Each image has a detailed caption discussing the most interesting, unique, or well-illustrated aspects of the structure. Release date: 12/2011
3991
Memoir 95 – Many publications on lacustrine systems concentrate on reconstructing paleo-environments, deciphering paleoclimate or estimating hydrocarbon source potential. The outcome of a Hedberg Conference held in Baku, Azerbaijan in 2004, this publication describes the occurrence, distribution and character of sandstones in various lake settings. This memoir is divided into four sections beginning with a global overview, and followed by two sections covering lacustrine systems in compressional and extensional regimes. The volume concludes with a series of papers on modern lake regimes. Release date: 11/2012
«« First |1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 | Last ››

Book Search

Enter Keywords

Book Series

Special Publications

Books RSS Feeds