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This month's column, the first of a two-part series, is titled "High-Resolution Aeromagnetic (HRAM) Surveys: Exploration Applications from the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin -- Exploration in Highly Deformed Terrains."

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Go east, young geologist, go east? Thanks in part to Cold War era surveillance work, offshore East Africa is garnering renewed scientific and industrial interest.

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This month's column is titled "Electromagnetics Help Lower Drilling Risk."

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Shaking all over? One geologist who has been studying Missouri's New Madrid seismic zone believes the origin of the earthquakes there lies beneath the Gulf of Mexico.

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Seafloor Mapping: Scientists are using 3-D seismic data to map the seafloor at greater depths and higher resolution than ever before.
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This month, we further evolve this framework to build a palinspastically quantitative reassembly of continents and continental blocks that were separated during the Mesozoic rifting and subsequent drift in the Gulf of Mexico region -- key features.
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The basement fault block pattern started last month continues. This month the author attempts to substantiate the claim that many oil and gas fields are controlled by basement. Some geologists may concede that the evidence for underlying basement control is convincing.

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New and strikingly different uses of aeromagnetics are based on a better understanding of basement geology and how it affects the overlying sedimentary section.
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This month's column is titled "Magnetostratigraphy Adds a Temporal Dimension to Basin Analysis." Knowledge of basin evolution rates provides insight into the timing of hydrocarbon generation, facies migration and structural trap formation.
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Pitman and co-researcher William B.F. Ryan have written a book to document their theory, Noah's Flood: The New Scientific Discoveries About the Event That Changed History, published recently by Simon & Schuster. This 352-page work describes a scientific investigation that mixes geology with oceanography, anthropology, linguistics and legend.

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