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August 2006On the cover: Who said going to school had to be dull? These “students” were participating in an AAPG field seminar taught by Chuck Kluth and Ron Nelson on "Application of Structural Geology in Prospecting in Thrusted and Extended Terrains," held recently in Jackson Hole, Wyo.; the photo was taken in Grand Teton National Park by Debbi Boonstra, with the AAPG education department. AAPG offers a variety of exciting educational opportunties.

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The 2006 International Conference and Exhibition in Perth is just around the calendar corner.

Abstract submission deadline for the 2007 annual meeting is fast approaching.

Geophysical Review GEOPHYSICS REVIEW

Let the celebration begin – except, everyone’s too busy to celebrate. Times are good and busy for the seismic industry.

What’s next: The seismic industry, in trying to keep pace with the marketplace’s demands, see the need for – and development of – new technologies and approaches.

A Gulf of Mexico project earns rave reviews for a deepwater nodal seismic survey.

Got the permits. Got the money. Now, about those beetles...

Going deep: A team of international scientists using manned submersibles got their first look at habitats and seeps located on the lower continental slope of the Gulf of Mexico.

Not just any seismic deal, this is one where dropping a dysfunctional partnership paid off.

Back to school: Geoscience professors will be welcoming a new breed of student to their classes this fall. How new? Technology is no longer just a tool. It’s a way of life.

AAPG’s popular and valuable Distinguished Lecture program is ready for a new season – and this year, featuring a new facet.

The Visiting Geoscientist program is looking for scientists to visit college campuses AND campuses to visit

Helping hands? College geoscience departments and the Department of Energy have discovered a beautiful research relationship.

Students are admonished to be a Citizen Scientist October 8-14 ... Earth Science Week

Spotlight on Education reviews upcoming educational opportunities through AAPG.

Bayou battle: An effort is under way at Louisiana State University to phase out the venerable Coastal Studies Institute.

GCAGS meeting


President's Column:
It's the Time of the Season
Director's Corner:
GeoStudents Face Diverse Choices
Division Column -- DEG:
One Person Can Make a Difference
Getting Involved Easy Via DEG
Geophysical Corner:
Reflections Have a 'Tipper Point'
Washington Watch:
Access Issues Under Debate
Regions and Sections:
Eastern Section

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