On the cover: Outstanding exposures in Nova Scotia of the Late Triassic Blomidon formation revealing numerous first, second and third order surfaces -- an outcrop that is important when it comes to better understanding Atlantic conjugate margins, and a site that will be visited during an upcoming conference in Halifax. See one of several stories in this issue that offer a look at exploration activities around the world.
Image courtesy of Gela Crane
Officer candidate slate remains available for online review.
There are now three levels of dues and the statements coming your way will reflect a new regime.
San Antonio announcement reveals details for upcoming annual meeting including registration and hotel forms.
A year to remember: Here’s a look at the important discoveries that made global “hit” parade in 2007.
The best of the best: Petrobras and partners scored big headlines and a potentially exciting future last year with the big discovery at the Tupi Field.
Will Brazil join OPEC now that Petrobras' oil production potential has grown?
Nova Scotia and Morocco – separated by an ocean, but joined by common geologic past – are the focus of an important conference on conjugate margins.
Angola is rising to the top of the list of Africa’s hot spots, as demonstrated by the buzz surrounding a recent AAPG-endorsed conference.
The medium is still the message: Effectively communicating the industry’s “message” has required companies to rethink – and repackage – their public image.
This is not your father’s old career: The number of women geoscientists – and their impact – continues to grow and transform the industry in the 21st century.
A curve in the road: Everyone knows about King Hubbert’s controversial “Hubbert’s Curve,” but what do you know about the man?
The reel thing: Filmmakers with a love of geology and connections to the oil industry are helping to show that the earth has star quality.