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Electronic version ISSN: 1075-9565. DEG members and nonmembers may download a form to subscribe to the electronic issue of the Environmental Geosciences journal.

The AAPG Division of Environmental Geosciences (DEG) has selected a set of articles from previous editions of the Environmental Geosciences to introduce you to our journal and Division. DEG is comprised of AAPG members focused on applied environmental geology. The EG Journal publishes state-of-the-art applications and research projects and programs involving industry, government, and academic scientists from around the world. Once you read these articles we believe your next step would be to join our international group of environmental geoscientists. Add your voice and your expertise to our network!

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Welcome to the latest issue of Spheres of Influence.

In this issue, you will get to know our new president, Jeffrey G. Paine; see what’s coming your way in the September issue of Environmental Geosciences; read about coalbed methane in our quarterly Good, Bad, and Ugly segment; and view some spectacular glacier photographs!  We’ve also introduced a new segment in this issue called “Petroleum Firsts.”  Happy reading, one and all~

Kristin M. Carter, Editor-in-Chief


Slides from International Conference DEG Special Session

Title Slide - Temples, YoungTom Temples, DEG President, was one of four speakers at this special session sponsored by the DEG at the 2013 International Conference and Exhibition held in Cartagena, Colombia.

This presentation took a historical look at how the practice has evolved since its inception and will identify potential areas in Latin America and the rest of the world with the potential for shale resource plays and, therefore, the use of hydraulic fracturing technology. The sessopm outlined the new procedures used to protect workers as well as the environment.

Temples has given DEG the slides from this presentation for your review.

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