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A recent geologic study may shed light on the New Madrid, a mid-western U.S. seismic zone that is much discussed but little understood.

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'This country faces an ongoing threat of an energy crisis that will only get worse if we don't take steps soon to shore up the domestic energy inventory.'

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A whale of a tale: New federal edicts regarding seismic acquisition in the Gulf of Mexico, intended to protect marine life, could limit where and when data is collected.

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A report calling for immediate action to preserve and make available U.S. geoscience collections and data gets a 'positive reception' in Washington.

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What would compel a geologist to give up a well-earned university sabbatical or dust off a rock hammer and come out of retirement to spend three months alone mapping the geology of some of America's most remote and rugged national parks and national forests?

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

What was once unconventional can become commonplace. Remember when fixing a lunch in a microwave oven was rare?

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A paper presented in Houston by Richard G. Harris and Mark Cooper dealing with remote sensing has earned them the George C. Matson Award for the best oral presentation at an AAPG annual meeting.

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If you could listen to a heartbeat of the geophysical industry today, you might be tempted to call 911. While not yet to the life support stage, the health of this sector might best be described as poor and still declining.

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AAPG takes its first steps in bringing training centers to the international arena by dedicating a new facility for the training and development of professional-level geoscience skills at London's Imperial College.

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Regulations regarding seismic exploration on federal land — an important factor in any program, but especially in the U.S. West, where so much of the land is federal acreage — are causing companies and crews to rethink their operations.

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