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A question of ethics: What do you think? It answers what geologists could or should do to protect their personal interests in these somewhat chaotic and unstable times.

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Clearly, computers have become indispensable tools for petroleum geologists -- every office and cubicle at virtually any oil company is crammed full of the latest computer equipment.

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New sources of digital aerial photographs, satellite imagery and the introduction of versatile imaging software for personal computers will make desktop data display even more available and affordable.

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The answer to the March Ethics question is complicated, and not a simple yes or no.

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The AAPG Executive Committee has voted to endorse the methodology being used by the U.S. Geological Survey in its comprehensive assessment of worldwide energy resources project.

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Prices go up, prices go down. The key point is that they do go up.

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All of us work to bring about the consequences we intend. So why does it seem so often that we live in a world of unintended consequences?

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The February ethics question asked what constitutes 'fair' working relationships between employees and their companies -- especially in the area of obligation to employees.

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Jane Woodward was impacted by the contraction in the oil industry in the mid-1980s, but for her the impact was actually positive.

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January's hypothetical ethics question -- dealing with geologists' ethical use of their own expertise -- drew responses that were both academic and practical.

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