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AI. Levorsen Award winners have been announced by two AAPG Sections, in addition to the winner of the best poster award at a third Section.

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Explorer Article

What’s lighter than air and quietly vanishing before our eyes? If you said helium, you may also know that the hunt for its presence may be New Mexico’s next hot play.

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Explorer Article

Making the grade: A middle school earth sciences teacher from Parker, Colo., is this year’s AAPG Teacher of theYear.

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Explorer Article

Organizers of the 2009 AAPG Annual Convention want members to have a say in the technical program’s content.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Operators have produced more than 53 million barrels of oil/condensate and 845 billion cubic feet of gas from Mississippian-age Leadville limestone in seven fields in the northern Paradox Basin region, referred to as the Paradox fold and fault belt, of Utah and Colorado.

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Explorer Article

A surprising new economic impact study of oil and gas production in Colorado shows that the industry is a valuable contributor to the state’s economy, and that E&P efforts have shifted to the western basins.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

Once more we are at the start of a new fiscal year for AAPG -- and once again it arrives after an extremely busy year for AAPG.

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Explorer Article

Basin modeling traditionally has been used in oil and gas exploration to estimate source rock maturity and to determine charge -- but in recent years, the range of basin modeling applications has expanded.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

After years of successful exploration with 2-D seismic coverage, low-fold 3-D seismic programs are helping to cut costs in the search for overlooked gas traps in some areas in Montana.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Over the past few years there’s been copious buzz about new gee-whiz gizmos in the geophysical industry -- recording systems advances, new imaging techniques, etc.

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VG Abstract

This is a less-technical education topic. It can be condensed to an hour or given as 2 two-hour sessions. It stresses selected controversial aspects of fracking that touch some combination of environment and economics and includes a short video of how fracking is done.

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