AAPG's mission is to provide members, other geoscientists, and, in some cases, nongeologists with timely and useful publications at the lowest possible cost. There are several series of books published by AAPG: Memoirs, Studies in Geology, Archie, Hedberg, Methods in Exploration, and general Special Publications. All AAPG publications go through a proposal and review process overseen by the AAPG Publications Committee and Elected Editor before being accepted for publication. AAPG publishes both hard copy and digital books, as well as hybrid combinations of hard copy and digital. Occasionally, books will be published that do not fall into a Series category, and these are published as general Special Publications, with no series number.

In order to provide the widest possible variety of geoscience petroleum publications to its customers, AAPG also carries titles from several other publishers, including the Geological Society of London, Cambridge University Press, and PennWell Publishing.

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An incredible overview portfolio of printed maps plus CD-ROM, this volume is one of two deep ocean tectonics studies by an industry-sponsored consortium of French institutions.
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This Memoir first introduces the content, some of the concepts involved in describing and interpreting palaeobiogeography, and the changing Early Palaeozoic geography is illustrated through a series of time slices. The subsequent 26 chapters, compiled by some 130 authors from over 20 countries, describe and analyse distributional and in many cases diversity data for all the major biotic groups plotted on current palaeogeographic maps.
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This is a thorough introduction to the acquisition, processing, and interpretation of 3-D seismic data. Developed from university courses, the text teaches the fundamentals of 3-D seismic theory, techniques, and application.
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This book presents modern log interpretation simply and concisely for the geologist, petrophysicist, reservoir engineer, and production engineer familiar with rock properties but inexperienced with logs.
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The field safety program elaborated in this book is straightforward, widely applicable, and scaleable to the wide range of field activities, from short roadside stops to month-long backcountry expiditions.
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This straightforward introduction to coalbed methane gives insight and detail to industry professionals involved with this unique energy resource.
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This Special Publication presents recent research on the generation and migration of gas in the context of the deep geological disposal of radioactive waste. In particular, it focuses on the mechanisms by which gas migrates through clay based engineering barrier/backfill materials and clay-rich host rocks.
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This second edition of The Geology of England and Wales is considerably expanded from its predecessor, reflecting the increase in our knowledge of the region, and particularly of the offshore areas.
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A reprint of the classic volume originally published in 1967, this volume contains more than 700 pages describing the field of petroleum geology as it was in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Memoir 105 provides an overview of the main geologic, stratigraphic, sedimentologic, geomechanical, micro-seismic and engineering characteristics of the Haynesville mudrocks. Papers describe the Haynesville Shale from basin- to nanaoscale, reflecting the dimensions affecting shale-gas assessment and demonstrating the variety of techniques applicable to shale-gas evaluation.
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