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As geoscientists, we have a deep appreciation of the rocks themselves, whether they are in the field or in the lab. We also know that the one constant in geological history is change, and those changes can be both gradual and almost instantaneous (think Chicxulub). Now, COVID-19 is challenging educators to force face-to-face learning environments, including classrooms, laboratories, and field courses to move online. Here is a quick summary of best practices and lessons learned when it comes to transitioning from face-to-face to online learning.

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AAPG Event Houston Texas United States 06 June, 2020 Conventions, Short Courses, Pre-Convention 06 June, 2020 06 June, 2020 8:30 AM 5:00 PM 26 November, 2019
 
Houston, Texas, United States
6 June 2020

This course is designed for geologists who interpret fine-grained rocks, explore for or develop conventional hydrocarbons, shale gas, or oil shale. Participants will practice recognizing and correlating significant stratigraphic packages through seismic stratigraphy, stacking pattern analysis of well-log, core and outcrop data, and facies analysis.

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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 function of the Visiting Geoscientist Program SIG is to provide college and university students worldwide a balanced picture of geosciences in the petroleum, energy minerals, and environmental industries; provide information about careers in the geosciences; present a positive image of a geoscience professional; and encourage geoscience career options for young scientists of high caliber. These goals will be achieved through direct student contact during college and university visits by active geoscientists. To maintain active status as a VG, each committee member must complete at least one visit per fiscal year. This program is funded through the generosity of the Visiting Geoscientists, their companies, the AAPG Foundation and AAPG.
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27 Apr

Mixed/Hybrid Systems (Turbidite, MTDs and Contourites) on Continental Margins - Call for Abstracts Expires in 25 days

Sedimentology and Stratigraphy, Clastics, Deepwater TurbiditesEurope Region - ...Portugal
30 Apr

Immersion into Shuaiba Formation to Maximize Production – Call for Posters Expires in 28 days

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