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Technical Interest Groups (TIGs)

Technical Interest Groups (TIG) are designed to grow and deepen community with AAPG by focusing on technical topics of interest and creating opportunities for AAPG members to engage with each other to address these topics.TIGs are free to join for all AAPG members and non-members alike.

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The Astrogeology TIG provides a forum for ideas on astrogeology and its relationships to terrestrial geology, energy and other issues. Efforts include organizing symposia at various meetings, recommending speakers for distinguished lectures, encouraging poster sessions on astrogeology at earth science meetings and acting as liaison with groups having similar interests, such as NASA, ESA and other international space entities. The TIG encourages digital and/or paper publications on astrogeology and related subjects. All who are interested in astrogeology, planetary science, and their application to energy, environmental, and other resources are invited to join the Astrogeology TIG. Chaired by Bill Ambrose.
 
Best practices and emerging technologies for economically recovering oil using CO2 enhanced oil recovery methods. Chaired by Jesse Garnett White and Mike Raines.
 
Technology and techniques (equipment, software, workflows, survey designs) to allow individuals to enhance their capabilities with data obtained from drones and drone surveys. Chaired by Karl Osvald and James McDonald.
 
Exploring the latest technologies and innovations in geochemistry to more successfully identify exploration targets, create basin and reservoir models, and develop fields. Chaired by Michael Abrams and Christopher Laughrey.
 
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Headquarters Contacts

Susan Nash, Ph.D. Director, Innovation and Emerging Science and Technology +1 918 560 2604