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Noted oilmen to discuss their track records for discovering oil and gas fields in the Rocky Mountain region as Michel T. Halbouty Lecture series guests.

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Perspective provided by three individuals builds a better 3-D picture for Flat Rock Field in Utah.

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What? A river stops its stream and reverses it course? Where in the world ...

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Explorer Director’s Corner

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

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To say that much of the world's paleontology community disagrees with Chas Cartwright's management moves at Dinosaur National Monument would be seriously understating the outcry. Scientists from all over the world have voiced their disappointment at this decision and are asking the NPS to reconsider the cuts.

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There's a controversy brewing over dinosaurs, but it has nothing to do with their extinction. This time the debate is over the extinction of the scientists who study dinosaur fossils at the Dinosaur National Monument on the Colorado-Utah border.

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Partial results from a federal oil and gas reserve assessment of domestic unconventional gas reserves will be presented this month in Laramie, Wyo.

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With a patented technology that allows it to shoot seismic so it does not disturb urban areas, one Denver-based company is moving into suburbs and other cityscapes to search for oil and gas deposits.

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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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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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