It’s our annual Geophysical Review issue.
This issue includes a continuation of our “The Next 100 Years” series with a look at some exciting advances that are in the field of basin modeling.
We also have some coverage of some very promising regulatory developments for federal lands in Alaska, which could potentially lead to one of the most productive onshore regions in the country.
We also have take a look at how controlled source electromagnetic (CSEM) technology can be used as a cost-effective complement to seismic, and we have a profile on this year’s Norman H. Foster Outstanding Explorer Award winner Terry Mather, among other news and features.
This is a view to the south along Hue Creek at the northern front of the Shublik Mountains, which are south of the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge.