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They're not just for oil anymore: Seismic technologies are proving their value in the environmental arena.

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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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In providing the lunch-time address, activist lawyer and AAPG member Victor Yannacone, of Long Island, N.Y., gave a wide-ranging address that stressed the necessity of becoming active in the political process and communicating views to the public and media.

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To be (abiogenic), or not to be -- that is the question once again surrounding the origin of hydrocarbons, and it's suffering the slings and arrows of outraged (and interested) fortunes.

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Using seismic in the deep waters has just gotten deeper as these scientists explore how mineral grains align to pass seismic waves.

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A topic to be covered at the Rocky Mountain Section Meeting in September.

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State geological surveys also are starting to move data into geographic information systems (GIS).

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As I prepare to hand the leadership of the Division of Professional Affairs off to president-elect Tom Mairs I am happy to report much has been accomplished and great things lie ahead for the DPA.

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What can geologists do when their professional interests and politics intersect?

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Geologists are trained to deal with uncertainties, right? One geologist talks about being in a perfect location to put that training to the test: Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

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Assistant Professor of Hydrogeology

The Boone Pickens School of Geology at Oklahoma State University invites applications for a tenure- track, assistant professor position in physical hydrogeology. The anticipated start date is August 1, 2023. The successful applicant must have a Ph.D. degree in geosciences or a related field at the time of appointment. Postdoctoral experience is preferred. The School encourages applications from candidates from underrepresented groups in the geosciences.

Donna Caraway Willette Donna Caraway Willette President (2021-2022) Illinois State Geological Survey (217) 244-0116
Brian Panetta, Phd Brian Panetta, Phd Past President (2021-2022) NA 8145747618
Ian Alan Thomas Ian Alan Thomas Vice President (2021-2022) Olympus Energy 713-203-3871
Autumn Haagsma Autumn Haagsma Secretary (2021-2022) Battelle Memorial Institute 6144244843
Cole Bowers Cole Bowers Treasurer (2021-2022) Greylock Energy 304-633-5805

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