Letter from the President | May 2022
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Letter from the Editor | May 2022
My congratulations to the AAPG for taking a public stand in FAVOR OF Petroleum Geology in the April 2022 EXPLORER.
Most organizations whose members pay dues or initiation fees have in their constitution or by-laws stipulations for raising those fees over time. These happen in the recognition that the costs of doing business increase from year to year, and even in organizations that are largely volunteer-run have overhead costs subject to price in
NEWS FLASH: AAPG - SPE MERGER PLANS TERMINATED on 11 March, 2022. The AAPG and SPE Presidents both announced the termination of the merger plans. In the announcement, it was stated that the AAPG Executive Committee met on 11 March and a vote to continue work on the merger and proceed to a member vote failed.
NEWS FLASH: AAPG - SPE MERGER VOTE POSTPONED
The proposed merger of AAPG and SPE has been postponed for an indefinite period of time. The need for change to assure survival will remain. Every AAPG Member must determine and express their own opinion.
Volunteering - The Basics
Scholarship: A Lifetime of Learning
Within the Houston Geological Society the members deal with a split time frame. We all would like to join all the annual musings about the year just past and the one that we have crossed into.
Happy New Year!
A Tale of Two Eons
As 2021 draws to a close, HGS Members and Volunteers continue to give Thanks for our passage through a very challenging year, as we prepare to enjoy the Holidays.
HGS and Its Volunteers
Giving Thanks, Giving Back and Paying Forward
Having made a “vision” kind of theme in my first Bulletin Letter - Serve the science - it seems appropriate to expand the concept a bit in this month’s letter. Perhaps further discussion on the twin elements of science and career as dual concerns of our Society is in order.
The HGS kicks off October on Sunday October 3rd with the SOLD OUT HGS Sunday Funday at the Ball Park; watch for a follow-on repeat soon!
From the President
From the Editor
Quite a Year
Assessing the Effect of Mineral Alteration on Palaeointensities Derived from Volcanic Rocks of Cretaceous Age
Coming Up, and a Bit of the Past
Still lots left to explore.
This month has been busy with a visit to Galveston for the Nao Santa Maria tall ship and camping at Mission Tejas State Park and Bovay Scout Ranch.
Wet and Dry
See You Very Soon
A Short Month but an Exciting One