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It is not unusual today to hear a speaker dealing with resources. Water supply is lurking as the greatest resource challenge facing much of the world’s population.

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Explorer President’s Column

What are the reasons for the climate changes in the past century? AAPG members debated the probable causes and many were not in agreement with our existing climate change position paper. Therefore, committees were formed to answer the question and write a change statement.

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Explorer President’s Column

What’s the easiest way to enter a heated argument with your co-worker, neighbor or perhaps even your spouse? Just start talking about the range of possible reasons for the climate changes we have recorded in the past century.

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Explorer Article

This article discusses how the United States and other countries will dispose high-level radioactive waste. The challenge is finding ways of storage that provides adequate protection for hundreds of thousands of years.

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Explorer Article

The Yucca Mountain in Nevada is a proposed geologic repository for high-level radioactive waste.  According to John Stuckless, 'the plan is sound from an earth science perspective'.

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Explorer Article

This year’s Distinguished Lecture program, funded in part by the AAPG Foundation, will offer 14 lecturers largest slate of speakers in the program’s history– nine domestic and five international.

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Explorer Article

Read an interview of U.S. Geological Survey Director Mark Myers. He's an AAPG member, was nominated by President Bush and confirmed by the Senate in 2006, and heads up an entity that has more than 10,000 scientists, technicians and support staff. It covers a range of issues, from research to funding to the tricky areas of politics and science.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Don't feel bad if you haven't grasped the uses and benefits of geophysical tools in unconventional plays -- you're not alone. But here's something you need to know.

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Explorer Policy Watch

This month marks the twentieth month of operation for the AAPG Geoscience and Energy Office in Washington, D.C., and we will debate on energy legislation and defense spending.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Today’s high product prices and demand for oil make tertiary recovery projects important and even necessary. Carbon dioxide injection, better known as CO2 flooding, is a technique of choice for enhanced recovery from older oil fields. Ironically CO2 tertiary recovery projects and sequestration research are stymied by the same, restrictive problem: There isn’t enough CO2.

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Courtesy of AAPG and AAPG Datapages, two Discovery Series data sets have been donated free of charge for use as online teaching materials. Discovery Series 10 – Sandstone Petrology: A Tutorial Petrographic Image Atlas 2nd Edition and Discovery Series 15 – Carbonate Petrology: Interactive Petrography Tutorial, both authored by Kitty Milliken, have been posted online for easy accessibility.

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AAPG publications are widely read by geologists, geophysicists and reservoir engineers. Are they your target audience? Then take advantage of the many advertising opportunities available in AAPG’s news and journal magazines.

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