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This month's EXPLORER cover is a reminder that some eye-popping geologic encounters can be experienced through various AAPG field seminars -- and now's the time to make travel plans. The top photo shows the Precambrian Belt Supergroup that can be found at Thunderbird Mountain in Montana's Glacier National Park, a view that will be enjoyed on AAPG's "E&P in Thrusted TerrainsÓ field seminar, set July 26-30, beginning in Great Falls, Mont., and ending in Calgary, Canada. The bottom photo shows geologists visiting Neoproterozoic volcaniclastic sandstone -- bearing impressions of an Ediacaran fossil assemblage -- in Charnwood Forest, England, a tour that will be offered Sept. 12 in conjunction with the AAPG international conference and exhibition in Birmingham, England. Contact AAPG's education and convention departments for more information. Top photo by John Karachewski; bottom photo courtesy of Tim Pharaoh.

Rocky Mountain Success, Global Potential
New Strategy Aids Deep Gas Hunt

Dealing With a Lot of Pressure
3-D Helps Cut Costs at Jonah Field

Taking Care of Business
Portfolio Planning Helps Battle Risk

GEOPHYSICAL CORNER
3-D Scores Algal Mound Discovery

CAREERS: What Can You Offer The World?
Look for Ways to Develop Your Unique Potential

Ethics Response
Agreements Can Help Avoid Future Disputes

USGS Resource Assessment Study
EC Approves Project Methodology

A Question of Ethics: What Do YOU Think?

 

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