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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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Yes, there is life after 25 — but if the goal is to improve upon an already good thing, it will require more than just routine maintenance.

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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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It took a long time, but one geologist finally helped prove the deep reservoir potential of the Trenton-Black River formations in the Appalachian Basin.

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Geology under attack: Voices raised to fight the removal of geology from education curriculum of state schools.

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The great state of Texas has an illustrious history in the oil industry, not only as a producer of giant oil and gas fields but also as the birthplace of an amazing list of giants in the profession of petroleum geology. Many of these have been recognized by AAPG over the years.

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Lunch at the meeting: Texas U.S. Rep. Joe Barton, a leader in the U.S. congressional effort to pass a comprehensive national energy policy, will speak at the All-Convention Luncheon in Houston.

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Pictures of the world from space offer a new view worth looking at!

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Exploration Activities: When it comes to finding oil and gas potential, the past year's exploration activities may have been very good, indeed.

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Small independents also have chosen an acquisitions strategy to achieve steady growth.

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