Exploration Vignettes in the Rocky Mountain Region

Title: Exploration Vignettes in the Rocky Mountain Region: Two Wells That Put Glenrock, Wyoming, On The Map Author: Alexander A. McGregor Publication: The Outcrop, July 2002, p. 14 Editors’ Note: This essay is the third in an “occasional series” of short essays gathered from the experiences of oil finders in the Rockies. Author Alex McGregor is … More Exploration Vignettes in the Rocky Mountain Region

An Oil Field Legacy: “The Values for Success”

Title: An Oil Field Legacy: “The Values for Success” Author: Holly Sell Publication: The Outcrop, November 2009, p. 11-12, 14-15 INTRODUCTION Entrepreneur, business man, and still active in the Oil Industry, Walt Arbuckle partners with Elliott Riggs at Fossil and Associates, here in Denver. With 57 years dedicated to finding oil and gas, Walt still enjoys … More An Oil Field Legacy: “The Values for Success”

Exploration Vignettes in the Rocky Mountain Region

Title: Exploration Vignettes in the Rocky Mountain Region Author: John M. (Jack) Parker Publication: The Outcrop, February 2002, p. 8 Editor’s Note: This essay on Adena field is the second in an “occasional series” of short essays gathered from the experiences of oil-finders in the Rockies. Author Jack Parker is a long-time RMAG member and past … More Exploration Vignettes in the Rocky Mountain Region

The RMAG Newsletter: A Technological Aphrodisiac? (Part 3 of 3)

Title: The RMAG Newsletter: A Technological Aphrodisiac? (Part III of a Three-Part Series) Author: Hugh N. Krye, former Outcrop Roving Reporter Publication: The Outcrop, August 2003, p. 12-13 As the boom topped out in 1980-82, pleas for contributions, only sporadic reports from PAAC, a few items relative to the 60th anniversary and a lengthy report on geologists’ disease (Coccidioidomycosis) … More The RMAG Newsletter: A Technological Aphrodisiac? (Part 3 of 3)

The RMAG Newsletter: A Technological Aphrodisiac? (Part 2 of 3)

Title: The RMAG Newsletter: A Technological Aphrodisiac? (Part II of a Three Part Series) Author: Hugh N. Krye, former Outcrop Roving Reporter Publication: The Outcrop, July 2003, p. 12-13 Editors’ note: The following history of the RMAG Outcrop was originally written for the special issue of the Mountain Geologist commemorating the 75th anniversary of RMAG. It was recently submitted … More The RMAG Newsletter: A Technological Aphrodisiac? (Part 2 of 3)

The RMAG Newsletter: A Technological Aphrodisiac? (Part 1 of 3)

Title: The RMAG Newsletter: A Technological Aphrodisiac? (Part 1 of a Three Part Series) Author: Hugh N. Krye, former Outcrop Roving Reporter Publication: The Outcrop, June 2003, p. 5, 16 Editors’ note: The following history of the RMAG Outcrop was originally written for the special issue of the Mountain Geologist commemorating the 75th anniversary of RMAG. It was recently … More The RMAG Newsletter: A Technological Aphrodisiac? (Part 1 of 3)

Letters to the Editors – March 2010

Title: Letters to the Editors Publication: The Outcrop, March 2010, p. 23 The paper by Mark A. Kirschbaum, F. A. Merewether, and Steven M. Condon, entitled Stratigraphy and Age of the Frontier Formation and Associated Rocks, Central and Southern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming-Surface to Subsurface Correlation invoked warm feelings end memories in this ancient geologist’s crumbling … More Letters to the Editors – March 2010

Rocky Mountain Memoirs

Title: Rocky Mountain Memoirs Author: Wallace R. Hansen Publication: The Outcrop, August 2004, p. 14 Editors’ Note: We received this article in response to Donna Anderson’s President’s Column titled “Beer, Bait, Beans…and Gas: Microcosm of Land-Use Issues” that was published in the June issue The Outcrop. We encourage other long-time RMAG members with memories that they … More Rocky Mountain Memoirs