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Association of Earth Science Editors 53rd Annual Meeting Regina, Saskatchewan

The 53rd annual meeting of the Association of Earth Science Editors will take place in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, September 4 to 7, 2019. AESE meetings are a wonderful way to learn about earth science editing, publishing and communication. Our meetings, generally small in size, consist of two days of technical sessions and a one-day field trip, and provide an unparalleled opportunity to network with other editors, publishers, educators and others working in the earth sciences. 
 

Strong shaking from a deep earthquake in central coastal Chile: What clues does it reveal about failure of the megathrust?

Jason R. Patton, Ph.D., Ross Stein, Ph.D., Volkan Sevilgen, M.Sc.   “It is clear to many of us that the Coquimbo region has an unusual, increasing seismicity that may be ...

venter [paleont]

venter [paleont] . (a) The outer and convex part of the shell of a curved or coiled cephalopod or gastropod, or the peripheral wall of a cephalopod whorl comprising the part of the shell radially farthest from the protoconch; the underside of a nautiloid and of its conch, distinguished generally by the hyponomic sinus and often by a conchal furrow (TIP, 1964, pt. K, p.59). (b) The median region of the shell of a productid brachiopod, situated between the valve surfaces on either side of the median sector of the shell (TIP, 1965, pt. H, p.155). (c) The belly region or the lower part of the carapace of an ostracode. Cf: dorsum [paleont].

marcasite [mineral]

marcasite [mineral] . A common metallic light yellow or grayish orthorhombic mineral: FeS2. It is dimorphous with pyrite and resembles it in appearance, but marcasite has a lower specific gravity, less chemical stability, and usually a paler color. Marcasite often occurs in sedimentary rocks (such as chalk) in the form of nodules or concretions with a radiating fibrous structure. Syn: white iron pyrites; iron pyrites; white pyrite; white pyrites; cockscomb pyrites; spear pyrites; lamellar pyrites.

#48: Innovative approaches to old challenges - three case studies in Conventionals

In this episode, host Andrew Geary speaks with Shauna Oppert, guest editor for January's The Leading Edge. January's special section highlights three case studies focusing on conventional systems. These case studies take place in three different regions of the world, with each challenge tackled using innovative approaches to reservoir characterization in complex geologic regions.

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