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A helping hand turns into a learning experience. Students at a South Africa university pair up with a government-funded program and help solve a children’s school’s water problem.

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A bright idea: Lightning as an exploration tool. Really. Just ask Ben Franklin.

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One more time: The AAPG Foundation’s “explorer-in-residence,” Susan Eaton, is returning to Antarctica again on a scientific expedition to study the geology and the climate found at the Bottom of the World.

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Play Fairway study available for free: 400-KM integrated dataset used in study .

Explorer Emphasis

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A new well in Oklahoma may be the most historic and geologically interesting project in the entire country – and for a bonus, it may involve a new helium province.

Explorer Historical Highlight

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Historical Highlights looks at the origin of the Caribbean, a geological puzzle. Just exactly where did it come from?

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Even from the beginning, the discovery well gave a hint that the Permian Basin was going to be a major oil province. That well was the Santa Rita #1 – Santa Rita, the patron Saint of the Impossible.

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It was nearly midnight on a Saturday late in June 1971 when BOCAL’s new palynologist Barry Ingram telephoned chief geologist Peter Kaye to tell him the gas discovery in North Rankin-1 were in Triassic sediments.

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The history of oil in the Middle East is essentially a story of giant oil fields (each containing over 500 million barrels).

Explorer Regions and Sections

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I have just returned from Kompong Thom town, the capital of Kompong Thom Province, some 200 kilometers north of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia.

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