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A three-day international conference honoring the life and work of the late AAPG Honorary member David Roberts, entitled “Basin Dynamics and Petroleum Systems: Geophysics, Structure, Stratigraphy, Sedimentology and Geochemistry.” will be held April 14-16 at Royal Holloway University, London, England.

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On March 27, 1964, Mike Mitchell and others were in the field working on a research project with professor Ruth Schmidt from the geology department at ACC when they experienced the Great Alaskan Earthquake, the most powerful earthquake in recorded U.S. history.

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Ruth Schmidt, one of the first 100 women members of AAPG, is celebrated for her brilliant and adventurous career geologic career.

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Robert G. Loucks, a senior research scientist at the Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, is one of this year’s Robert R. Berg Outstanding Research Award winners. 

Explorer Geophysical Corner

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There are a number of seismic attributes that are derived from seismic amplitudes to facilitate the interpretation of geologic structure, stratigraphy and rock/pore fluid properties.

Explorer Historical Highlight

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Great Britain in the late 18th and early 19th centuries was undergoing great change. The Industrial Revolution was in full flood and there was an insatiable desire for coal to turn the wheels of industry.

Explorer Policy Watch

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Congressional Republicans want greater public access to scientific data used as a basis for determining the need for air pollution regulations.

Wiki Article

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From AAPG Wiki: A salt flat.

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From AAPG Wiki: Offshore rigs are similar to land rigs but with several additional features to adapt them to the marine environment. Those features include: Heliport, Living quarters, Cranes and Riser.

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From AAPG Wiki

Forum

Oklahoma City Oklahoma United States 29 May, 2014 29 May, 2014 3810
 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
29 May 2014
Join us for an intensive one-day forum which will focus on optimizing the exploration and development of the Woodford Shale. We're looking at recent findings in geochemistry and geomechanics to understand how best to drill and complete the reservoir, and also where the productive limits may be.

Workshop

Muscat Oman 20 October, 2014 22 October, 2014 8553
 
Muscat, Oman
20-22 October 2014

This three-day workshop will be dedicated to sharing knowledge, ideas, and workflows pertaining to exploration for stratigraphically trapped hydrocarbon accumulations in the Middle East. The workshop will emphasize case studies involving both carbonates and clastics — in order to help focus explorationists in their search for these types of traps. 

Muscat Oman 28 April, 2014 30 April, 2014 8522
 
Muscat, Oman
28-30 April 2014

This workshop will focus on the technologies and techniques through a comprehensive technical program with presentations and discussions to share experiences, case studies, and opportunities.

Ho Chi Minh Viet Nam 25 May, 2014 28 May, 2014 7913
 
Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam
25-28 May 2014

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together all stakeholders necessary to consider the potential bottle-necks and pinch point related to optimising a field’s production given a full understanding of the necessary components from the reservoir to the well-head.

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania United States 17 June, 2014 19 June, 2014 3780
 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
17-19 June 2014

Two of the top unconventional plays just keep getting stronger. Learn why they are successful, and how to optimize exploration and development.

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