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Stimulating. Inspirational. Fantastic. Unforgettable. Those were the words used to describe the Latin America Region Student Chapter Leadership Summit (LAR-SCLS) held in early November at the Peruvian Geological Society in Lima, Peru.

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Explorer Article

Advancing computer technology and increasingly sophisticated software packages are inundating the geosciences in exponential numbers – a trend that many say reflects and portends major changes in both the profession and the industry. Simply put, computer programs are quickly chipping away at the risks and costs of exploration, turning the hunt for oil and gas into a more accurate and precise science.

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Africa Blog

AAPG’s Nigerian Affiliate the Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists held her 32nd annual conference in Lagos. The conference featured several engaging and stimulating programs with significant participation from AAPG Africa Region.

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Explorer ProTracks

YPs are in an excellent position to perform community service. For the most part, our backs and knees are still in good shape – but more importantly, since YPs are making the transition from school to the work force, they make excellent liaisons between young/future geologists and the professional geoscience community.

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Explorer Regions and Sections

Since establishment of AAPG Africa in 2000, the Region’s leadership teams over the years have shown strong commitment and passion toward the Association achieving its goals for the region. Their dedicated efforts have resulted in not only an increased awareness of AAPG, but also steady growth of the Region’s membership, from 450 in 1999 to over 3,060 in June 2014.

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Latin America Blog

In August 2014, I attended AAPG’s 34th annual Leadership Days in Snowbird, Utah. I attended because of the passion that I have for volunteering with AAPG and the incentive that there is a lot to learn from an event such as this, where individuals from various committees throughout the world are present. Such knowledge and concepts can then be brought back to the Latin American region for ever growing achievement. I can personally tell you that my expectations were exceeded; Leadership Days truly was a remarkable experience.

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Africa Blog

The regional lecture involving AAPG Distinguished Lecturer Terry Engelder was held successfully in Cairo in September 2014 and was the result of collaborative efforts between AAPG Africa Region and the Egyptian Petroleum Exploration Society.

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Explorer President’s Column

I hope this successful running of the RMS annual meeting will be an inspiration and a model to others throughout our Sections and Regions, to actively engage our young professionals and incorporate their visions of what our organization is – and what it can be – into our global vision.

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Explorer Article

Keith Gerdes is the current president of the AAPG European Region, and as such will be making some remarks in the opening ceremony for the AAPG International Conference and Exhibition, set Sept. 14-17 in Istanbul. This article is part of a continuing EXPLORER series on the people who comprise AAPG Region leadership around the world.

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Explorer ProTracks

When you join a new company, they provide a lot of resources for a budding career. As a result, you might question why you would need AAPG, let alone need to volunteer for the Association. Actually, there are several reasons AAPG can be good for you.

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