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Candidates for AAPG office: Susan Landon and Stephen Sonnenberg, candidates for president-elect of AAPG, explain why they accepted the invitation.


Seismic Industry overview: Despite pockets of positive trends, life for most people in the geophysical industry is still about regaining lost momentum.

Northern seismic ventures: After a long hiatus, oil and gas exploration in Canada's North is heating up, as seismic crews migrate toward the soon-to-be ice-packed Mackenzie River Delta.

It's about time: 4-D seismic technology is proving its worth as a reservoir management tool -- and not just on new fields.

Seismic sales electronically: In the geophysical industry, Internet and E-commerce selling/marketing is "definitely the wave of the future."

GEOPHYSICAL CORNER:
S-Waves Detect Reservoir Flow


Drilling in Lake Erie? They do in Canada -- and some ask, why not in Ohio?

Awards from Denver

Public Lands Access Forum: Complete comments of Victor John Yannacone Jr. in the Denver meeting

AAPG's Distinguished Lecture program this year will offer 14 speakers to geologic audiences around the world.

AAPG's Visiting Geologist Program, bigger than ever and riding the wave of last year's success, is ready for a new season.


STUDENT EXPO: Sept . 30-Oct. 1 Plan to attend!

EARTH SCIENCE WEEK October 7-13

ADVISORY COUNCIL NAMED

On the cover: The seismic industry, like the rest of the energy industry, has had to endure tough times -- but the hunt for hydrocarbons continues, often in remote, challenging parts of the planet, as stories this month indicate. Our cover shows operations in three varied environments.

The desert-driving Vibroseis trucks and the Alize are courtesy of CGG

The Vibroseis snow scene is courtesy of Anadarko Petroleum

STANDING ARTICLES:

PRESIDENT'S COLUMN: Different Languages, Common Interests

BUSINESS SIDE OF GEOLOGY:

INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN BOARD

GEOPHYSICAL CORNER:
S-Waves Detect Reservoir Flow

 


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