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The discrimination of fluid content and lithology in a reservoir is an important characterization that has a bearing on reservoir development and its management.

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While attending Stanford University in 1932 Tom Dibblee may not have known he would become a legend and the most famous field geologist in California (or have a Wikipedia page!), but he did know he wanted to be a field geologist like those at the U.S. Geological Survey.

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Look again: The North Sumatra Basin, a world-class petroleum province since the late 19th century, is getting a 21st century reboot.

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A gentleman, a scholar and a great geologist: A look at the life and legacy of Charles Hutchison.

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Explorer Historical Highlights

Historical Highlights looks at the origin of the Caribbean, a geological puzzle. Just exactly where did it come from?

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

In the rough terrain of overthrust settings, 2-D seismic data continues to be a standard tool for subsurface mapping – and not only because of economic reasons. Two-D and 3-D seismic surveys are complementary in land environments, because each data type has its own strength and weakness.

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Try, try again: Test wells and seismic data have helped lead the way to success in theSan Juan Basin’s Mancos Shale formation.

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Spreading the word: Nine speakers have been selected for AAPG’s prestigious Distinguished Lecture program for the 2012-13 North American tours.

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

Differential compaction has been used by seismic interpreters to map features of exploration interest, such as carbonate build-ups, fans and fluvial channels.

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Explorer President’s Column

In North America onshore, the resource play has caused a dramatic shift in the exploration objectives of many, if not most, independent and major petroleum companies.

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