APP-Y ACE Days access to ACE 2020 Online starts today with special pricing from US $179 for professionals and US $35 for students. You can explore the best of ACE 2020 On-Demand – and watch as much as you want, whenever you want – between now and 30 December.  

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The AAPG Women’s Network and the SEPM student community co-hosted a panel discussion in October with AAPG Executive Committee officers. While we addressed many of the audience’s questions during the event, we ran out of time before answering all of the important submitted questions. The panelists decided to share responses with the greater AAPG community through the EXPLORER.

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URTeC 2021 Call for Abstracts Now Open! Plan to speak at the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) 26–28 July 2021, at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas.

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Register now to attend AAPG's Carbon, Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Conference 23–25 March 2021. Themed "An Emerging Field for Petroleum Geologists," the online conference will highlight current CCUS work and tackle related challenges, including: subsurface storage in saline reservoirs; storage associated with CO2 enhanced oil recovery; reservoir monitoring and risk assessment; case studies; industry applications; economics, incentives, and policy; and more.

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The AAPG Global Super Basins Leadership Conference 2021 will be a fully online experience taking place 25–26 January 2021. The event will focus on North America’s most productive energy basins. Decision makers and global experts will study geoscience architecture, explore the technology, and anticipate future opportunities.

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Emma Giddens was a California girl who fell in love with carbonate rocks, excelled in nearly everything she tried, led her IBA team to a Selley Cup victory and even as a graduate student was known internationally for her “pioneering” research. In fact, professors at three schools marveled at her passion for geology, her intelligence, her kindness and mentorship of fellow students. Tragically, Giddens died shortly after receiving word that her research was being honored with an AAPG Foundation Grant-in-Aid.

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As I am writing this column, AAPG has just completed its first fully virtual annual meeting – ACE 2020. By most accounts it was very successful. The technical program committee provided a great slate of talks, posters and core studies. The staff placed it on a platform that was easy and fun to use. The whole meeting was a unique virtual experience.

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The live portion of ACE 2020 Online may be over, but you can still see all the great science, insights, and technologies with On-Demand access through the end of the year. Watch and replay all your favorite sessions anywhere, anytime, and from any device.  

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AAPGWN Publicity Director Amanda Pascali has created an AAPGWN social media campaign to highlight the #FEMALEGEOLOGIST movement and to increase the visibility and achievements of women geoscientists. The goal of this initiative is to directly encourage and boost female geologists’ career profiles and therefore increase the percentage of women staying in geosciences. Our hope is that the increased exposure and visibility will grant them more opportunities to be seen by their peers and superiors as competent and capable technical leaders to whom future generations can aspire.

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Education has faced unprecedented challenges around the world due to the current global pandemic, but the importance of geoscience education remains a priority for the AAPG Foundation. And thanks to generous donations from AAPG members around the world, the Foundation’s support of Earth Science Week continues this year, just as it has every year since the program’s inception in 1998. Earth Science Week, organized and administered by the American Geosciences Institute, was created to help the public gain a better understanding and appreciation for the Earth sciences by providing learning resources and activities that engage young people around the world.

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