Letter from the President
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|Myths, Half-Truths and Other Bits of Trivia||March 29, 2006||Paul Britt||
Myths, Half-Truths and Other Bits of Trivia I had hoped to debunk a few myths about the oil industry this month.
|Looking Back on the Year -- Well, Done, Members, Well Done||June 1, 2005||HGS Bulletin -- June,2005||
Looking Back at the Year -
|President''s Letter - May, 2005||May 1, 2005||HGS Bulletin -- May, 2005||
Support of Our Geoscience Professors
|President's Letter - April, 2005||April 1, 2005||HGS Bulletin - April, 2005||
by Steve Levine,firstname.lastname@example.orgHGS Bulletin From the President April, 2005 Our Society Is Like a CourtbouillonCourtbouillon (coo-be-yon)
|From the President - March, 2005||February 28, 2005||HGS Bulletin - March, 2005||
Declining Science Education Puts Nation at Riskby Steve LevineIs the United States losing its edge in science education? Science graduates from U.S. universities decrease each year.
|HGS is Reaching Out<br>Craig M. Dingler, HGS President 2003-2004||October 1, 2003||HGS Bulletin, October 2003||
How has the public's view of geologists changed since Sir Walter Scott wrote these words about the Edinburgh geologists who came to visit St.