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Sequence Stratigraphy Class, Instructor: Dr. Kim Miskell Gerhardt, February 23, 2017. Cost of late registration after Feb 11: $125, Student Cost: $10.

Click for more information and to register now: http://www.easttexasgeo.com/calendar/2017/2/23/etgs-sequence-stratigraphy-class

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Act Now - Registration is Underway. Download and view the #ACE2017 Technical Program & Registration Announcement booklet to see all the great events and activities happening in Houston. (http://bit.ly/2jqgK1Q)
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One of the East Texas Geological Society's objectives is to disseminate geologic information. For that reason, the society publishes most of the slides from meeting and Expo presentations on its website. Please review these materials and share them. Slides from the meeting Jan. 19, 2017 have been posted at http://www.easttexasgeo.com/education/.

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Deadline to register for the OCGS Short Course "How to Utilize the Mid-Continent Geological Library (MCGL)" is Friday, January 20th . http://www.easttexasgeo.com/calendar/2017/1/24/ocgs-short-course

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Add these extra opportunities & events when you register for #ACE2017! Seating is limited, get your tickets today. (http://bit.ly/2isJbOy)

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Mark Your Calendar Now for the AAPG Mid-Continent Section Meeting September 30 - October 3. http://www.easttexasgeo.com/calendar/2017/9/30/2017-aapg-mid-continent-section-meeting

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OCGS Short Course January 24th, 2017: How to Utilize the Mid-Continent Geological Library (MCGL). Michael Lichtenwalter, Pyramid Exploration, LLC

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OCGS Technical Luncheon January 18, 2017

SPEAKER: Iris Wang, CGG GeoConsulting

“Maximizing Recoverable Reserves in Tight Reservoirs Using Geostatistical Inversion from 3D Seismic: A case Study from The Powder River Basin, USA.” 
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