Learning is important—now more than ever. How do you equip yourself for changing times? How do you deepen and broaden your knowledge? Here is an informal place to find out what we’re doing, what we’re planning, and how we’re listening to you. Dr. Susan Nash, AAPG’s Director of Education and Professional Development, shares the new territory she’s introducing to AAPG with courses and dynamic new workshops. She is also planning more interactive, Web 2.0 offerings. So, give her your input about the best and worst of the wild and woolly world of webinars, Web-based training, and open courseware.

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A trip to Yellowstone as a child inspired Zane Jobe to become a geologist. Join Zane as he shares his story and his favorite outcrops.

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Molly Turko has a passion for unraveling complex geological histories and it has taken her to fascinating field locations where there are still mysteries to solve. Join Molly as she shares her story and her favorite outcrops.

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Welcome to a new series in the AAPG Learn! Blog entitled “My Favorite Outcrop.” In this series, we chat with geoscientists who tell us about their favorite outcrops encountered during their work in the field. Today we meet with Clara Abu, who is one of the founding members of the Salt Basins Technical Interest Group. One of her favorite outcrops was in Tusher Canyon, Utah, featured in the photo.

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Understanding the role and influence of salt in the subsurface has been the key to many hydrocarbon discoveries and appraisals and more recently carbon & hydrogen capture and storage, and geothermal interests. Now, AAPG has a new Technical Interest Group, co-founded and co-chaired by Clara Abu (Ph.D Candidate Imperial College), Rachelle Kernen Ph.D., Leonardo Muniz Pichel Ph.D., Clara Rodriguez Ph.D., and Tim Shin, MSc. Welcome to an interview with one of the co-founders, Clara Abu.

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We are thrilled that our members are eager to share photos and descriptions of outcrops they know and love. In this interview, Nuri Uzunlar of South Dakota School of Mines shares a few of his favorites.

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In a time of increased digitalization, having contact with the actual, real-life counterpart is more important than ever, especially as we seek a better understanding of rock properties, structure, regional geology, and geochemical processes such as diagenesis. Welcome to an interview with Nuri Uzunlar, Ph.D., South Dakota School of Mines.

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Understanding the role and influence of salt in the subsurface has been the key to many hydrocarbon discoveries and appraisals and more recently carbon & hydrogen capture and storage, and geothermal interests. Now, AAPG has a new Technical Interest Group, co-founded and co-chaired by Clara Abu (Ph.D Candidate Imperial College), Rachelle Kernen Ph.D., Leonardo Muniz Pichel Ph.D., Clara Rodriguez Ph.D., and Tim Shin, MSc. Welcome to an interview with Tim Shin, one of the co-founders.

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Data science and analytics are playing an increasingly important role in all aspects of energy exploration, production, and distribution. Welcome to an interview with Giewee Hammond, senior data scientist at Aramco, who talks to us today about the formative influences in her life, and the current trends and future possibilities in data science as they relate to energy.

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Understanding the role and influence of salt in the subsurface has been the key to many discoveries. Now, AAPG has a new Technical Interest Group, co-founded and co-chaired by Rachelle Kernen, Ph.D. and Leonardo Muniz Pichel, Ph.D. Welcome to an interview with Leonardo Muniz Pichel, one of the co-founders.

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Bringing together diverse experiences, geological settings, and teams is a hallmark of today’s professional. Welcome to an interview with Monica Chamussa-Juvane, newly named Director of Exploration for ENH, the Mozambican national oil company headquartered in Maputo, Mozambique

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