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AAPG Event Denver Colorado United States 30 September, 2021 Short Courses, Conventions, Post-Convention 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 22 July, 2021
 
Denver, Colorado, United States
30 September 2021

There is a significant amount of applications of machine-learning algorithms published in the area of applied geophysics in the past few years. In this workshop, we will discuss machine-learning applications for applied-geophysics problems with an emphasis on the value of machine learning over conventional approaches and workflows.

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New techniques, technologies and exploration approaches designed to minimize produced water and also to economically and environmentally responsibly dispose of the water that is produced. Chaired by Jeremy Boak.
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The mission of AAPG Women's Network is to increase participation and advancement of women in Earth sciences and the Energy Industry, with an emphasis on education, outreach, support, leadership development, and ultimately retention. AAPG Women's Network will interact with women in Earth Science, their male peers and employers, educational institutions, and professional societies to accomplish this mission.
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The Ethics Committee is charged with investigating and prosecution of charges of misconduct by AAPG members who are in violation of the AAPG Code of Ethics. Charges of misconduct in violation of the code of ethics (Article IV) of the AAPG Constitution must first be submitted in writing to the Executive Director at Association headquarters with a statement of the evidence on which the charges are based. The Executive Director submits the charges to the Ethics Committee of the Association which is a standing committee and which consists of five (5) members of the Division of Professional Affairs. The AAPG Executive Committee appoints the members of the committee for staggered three (3) year terms.

The Ethics Committee may conduct an investigation to reasonably and thoroughly investigate the charges. If in the judgment of the Ethics Committee and after consultation with AAPG legal counsel, the evidence supports further action bv the Association on the charges, the committee prepares and files with the Advisory Council at Association headquarters formal charges against the accused member. Upon such filing the Chairman of the Advisory Council appoints a Hearing Body from the Advisory Council members and the Ethics Committee appoints one of its members as the prosecutor. The grievance procedures are described in the AAPG bylaws. The existence of allegations against any member, and the basis and content thereof, is confidential.

The Ethics Committee is also charged with locating and designating a Distinguished Lecturer on Ethics with that person being part of the AAPG's Distinguished Lecturer Program. The Committee shall biennially place in nomination one (1) or more persons who would be willing to provide lectures on the topic of professional ethics and select, by a simple majority committee vote, one (1) person to serve in that capacity.

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Instructional Assistant Professor, Department of Geology and Geophysics, Texas A&M University

The Department of Geology and Geophysics, College of Geosciences at Texas A&M University invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track, Instructional Assistant Professor, with an anticipated start date of August 1, 2022. This is a 9-month appointment for an initial three-year term and is renewable and promotable through the Instructional Professor Track at Texas A&M, contingent upon performance. We seek an energetic educator, with demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, to lead efforts to teach geology and geophysics to students from across the university with effective, engaging, modern pedagogies.

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