President’s Column – December 2018


Dear All, This month our luncheon will be joined with SWLGS on Tuesday December 11th. We are very lucky to have the 2018 Society of Exploration Geophysicists Honorary Lecturer to North America, Christine Krohn, give a talk on “the complexity just below our feet and the implications for the fidelity of land seismic data”.

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December 2018 Bulletin


LGS Luncheon – December 2018

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2018 Honorary Lecturer to North America The complexity just below our feet and the implications for the fidelity of land seismic data. Presented by Christine Krohn . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – December 2018

LGS Luncheon – November 2018



Jack Thorson is a geologist with Northcoast Oil Company in Covington, Louisiana. Jack received his geology degree from The University of New Orleans and joined his college professor in the consulting firm of Stephens and Thorson in 1982. In 1991, he formed Northcoast Oil Company where he . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – November 2018

President’s Column – November 2018


Dear All,

The 69th annual Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Convention will take place in Houston from October 23rd to 25th, 2019, and is now accepting submission for oral or poster abstract until March 4th, 2019. The scientific committee has put together a great list of themes, please check out page 10 of this . . . → Read More: President’s Column – November 2018

November 2018 Bulletin


President’s Column – October 2018


It was good to see some of you at the GCAGS-GCSSEPM convention in Shreveport last week! The convention was a success thanks to our colleague of the Shreveport Geological Society. The technical program had 63 oral presentations and 42 posters, and a wonderful “Geology and Wine of Burgundy, France” presented by Kevin Hill.

I would . . . → Read More: President’s Column – October 2018

October 2018 Bulletin


LGS Luncheon – October 2018




Image data—from airplanes, satellites, or drones—provides unique information, is not expensive, it works with common computer setups, is widely available, and merges easily with other data and maps. Photogeology has led exploration for over 80 years. It adds information to those large, white areas on lease maps, high grades areas and establishes the . . . → Read More: LGS Luncheon – October 2018

September 2018 Bulletin