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A side-trip well worth it -- Ed Dillon invites his fellow members to his community and the historic frontier Fort Clark Springs where you'll discover a community rich in history.
EMD's luncheon poses the question: "Will Coal Burn Brightly in the Future?"
"Less controversy, more science." Those four words provide the core of a special forum on "The Changing Debate on Global Warming."
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It's time for a geoscience Fiesta! San Antonio, a famously festive city, is the site of this year's AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, held this month at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.
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The first session of the 110th Congress finished in December with few results. Partisan squabbling and the distraction of a presidential election cycle seemed to bring the legislative process to a halt.
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.

This past fall I had the opportunity to attend a couple of enlightening conventions.

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Card about Global Climate Change is carefully scrutinized by AAPG's Executive Committee and more comments from members will be requested.

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A sinking feeling: A geoscientist makes his case that Louisiana is threatened by a subsidence, a crippling disease that’s far more extreme and extensive than many think.

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