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Remember when field trips were the only way to study and secure outcrop data? Those days are fading fast, thanks to lasers and cutting edge computer technology that are making it possible to have 3-D outcrop available for geologists -- and you don't have to be working for a giant company to benefit from the advances.
Images and photograph courtesy of Ole Martinsen, Norsk Hydro Research Lab.

STANDING ARTICLES:

President's Column:
BULLETIN Entering New Publishing Era
Looking Back:
Patience, Persistence
Director's Corner:
There's Much Cooperation Going On
Division Column -- DEG:
DEG, AAPG Need Each Other
International Bulletin Board:
Anticipation Builds to Cancun Meeting
Geophysical Corner:
Why Do We Need To Have Visualization?
2004-05 Officers Elected>

An exciting exploration play -- based on a new interpretation and good ol' geologic detective work -- is gathering momentum in the Tucumcari Basin of eastern New Mexico.


Seeing (more) is believing (way more): Laser technology and cutting-edge computers are providing stunning -- and increasingly useful -- 3-D outcrop images.

Hierarchical knowledge management? Take all the 3-D seismic, the explosion of processing techniques apply these to today’s exploration and production projects and this proliferation of data raises the question ... what to do with it?

Has your computer been bitten by the virus bug? Many have -- but here's some things you can do to help build your own personal computer security system.


He once discovered oil, and now he discovers the joys of a well-turned phrase: Gary Penley, like so many other AAPG members, is using his geologic past to help find success in the world of writing.

High Spirits • Great Speakers • Debates • Awards 


Foundation Grant Recipients Named

Manpower Concern Noted by E-Survey


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