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Lee C. Gerhard listed major challenges facing geologists – and society – at the Division of Environmental Geosciences luncheon.

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Explorer Article

China and India, in their efforts to secure U.S. supplies of energy and minerals for their people, are cornering those markets in a way that could jeopardize domestic supplies.

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The world’s energy outlook may not be as bad as some people predict -- but a team effort may be needed to keep it that way.

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Explorer Article

AAPG’s return to the West Coast for an annual convention proved to be a winning move, as nearly 5,200 people journeyed to Long Beach, Calif., for a meeting that seemed to offer something for everyone.

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Alternative energy is where it’s at these days in the minds of plenty of folks who are looking at the potential market for some mighty esoteric sources in some cases.

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Explorer Article

World oil production will reach a peak plateau by 2020-40. This was one of several key implications of a Hedberg Research Conference released at the AAPG Annual Convention in Long Beach.

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Explorer Division Column DPA

Because of publication deadlines I am writing this column in early March, knowing it will be published soon after the Annual Convention in Long Beach.

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Explorer President’s Column

In February, AAPG was host for the annual Leadership Conference in Tulsa. We invited all affiliated society presidents, committee chairs and others in various leadership positions in AAPG.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

Dissemination of information is the prime directive for AAPG -- and by the time you read this column, AAPG will be in the middle of or just past our greatest period of “dissemination” for the year.

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AAPG’s Division of Environmental Geosciences has announced its officer candidates for 2007.

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