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On the cover: Times are tough today for workers in all parts of the oil industry­ including the geophysical sector. But they, like others, are finding new and creative ways to stay active in exploration. This month's EXPLORER offers several stories dealing with that topic, and our cover shows seismic operations in a variety of locales. The top photo (those are the Andes in the background) and center seismic computer data are courtesy of Western Atlas. The remaining photos, showing crews working in jungle, marine and mountain operations, are courtesy of Veritas. Cover design by Rusty Johnson.

Loses Battle With Cancer
Powers Medalist Norman Foster Dies

Seismic Crews Staying Sensitive
Environmental Guidelines Updated

Louisiana Activity in Jeopardy
Court Case Poses Seismic Threat

'Bits and Pieces' Are Put Together
Gulf Study Yields Fresh Insights

Seismic Companies 'Cautiously Positive'
Firms Face Future with Direction

Geosciences Departments Respond
Survey Shows New Hiring Trends

Preregistration Deadline Looms for San Antonio

GEOPHYSICAL CORNER:
New Life for Borehole Gravity?

Make Creative Career Choices
Today's Rule: There Are No Rules

Help Yourself Avoid Ethical Dilemmas
Check How, Where Name Is Used

A Question of Ethics: What Do YOU Think?

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