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AAPG launches a Membership Enhancement and Development Drive, and consequently, you might win a trip to Barcelona.

Patrick Gratton and Ronald Nelson, candidates for president-elect of AAPG, present their bios and explain why they accepted the invitation to be candidates for AAPG office.


Once data compression for geophysics was criticized for promising more than it could deliver, but no more -- improved techniques have made it a reality for the industry.

What will seismic technology be like 10 years from now?

A whale of a tale: New federal edicts regarding seismic acquisition in the Gulf of Mexico, intended to protect marine life, could limit where and when data is collected.

A new seismic interpretation technique, direct hydrocarbon indication, is helping geologists to solve the mystery of the "squiggles."

BONUS WEB COVERAGE:

Stop! Shoot! ... seismic that is. Here's how one company is gathering data in the neighborhood.

Using seismic in the deep waters has just gotten deeper as these scientists explore how mineral grains align to pass seismic waves.


This is one GeoTour that suits just about anyone. Revisit the Grand Canyon.

The most ambitious Distinguished Lecture effort in the program's history is announced for 2002-03.

AAPG's Visiting Geologist Program is ready for its 27th season.

Partial results from a federal oil and gas reserve assessment of domestic unconventional gas reserves will be presented this month in Laramie, Wyo.

Design by Rusty Johnson; graphics courtesy of WesternGeco, Fairfield Industries, Steve Ahlgren and GeoEnergy Inc.

STANDING ARTICLES:
Geophysical Corner:
Fracture Model Analysis Is Simple
Business Side of Geology:
Wall Street Lessons: Just Say No
International Bulletin Board:
GEO 2002 in Bahrain

Two New Directors Join AAPG HQ Staff
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