Letter to the Editor – March 2013

Title: Letter to the Editor Author: Ron W. Pritchett Publication: The Outcrop, March 2013, p. 44 Dear Editor, How to spell “frack” Here is a suggestion. Don’t spell it. Don’t say it, either. Don’t use the pejorative slang. Instead – as you write and speak – use more informing descriptions like: “hydraulic fracturing” “reservoir stimulation” “reservoir … More Letter to the Editor – March 2013

Letters to the Editor – September 2000

Title: Letter to the Editor Publication: The Outcrop, September 2000, p. 6 Dear Ed[itor]: Is it ethical for RMAG to support state legislation for registration and licensing of geologists? My answer is an unequivocal NO. Licensing means the state granting permission to earn a living. Licensing prevents people from providing needed services to willing customers. … More Letters to the Editor – September 2000

Letter of Thanks – 2008

To: Laura Wray [RMAG Foundation] From: Nickolas L. Patch [Veteran’s Scholarship recipient] Date: September 3, 2008 Published in: The Outcrop, November 2008, p. 28 Dear Ms. Wray, I would like to convey my gratitude to you and the rest of the trusties for what the Veteran’s Scholarship enabled me to accomplish this summer. Without it … More Letter of Thanks – 2008

Members Talk Back

Title: Members Talk Back Publication: The Outcrop, Nov. 2006, p. 7 Editors’ note: The following letters were received in response to the President’s column in the August issue of the Outcrop titled “Where are the girls?” Bob, Thanks for your very good column on the absence of women geologists in industry. For over 10 years, … More Members Talk Back

Members Talk Back

Title: Members Talk Back Publication: The Outcrop, April 2006, p. 34 Editors’note: The following quotations are selected from numerous responses to the President’s column in the February Outcrop titled “THIS is Intelligence?” “Dear Mr. Cluff: Your perceptive article: ‘THIS is Intelligence?’ deserves cheers from all reasonably minded people, and it summons words of gratitude from … More Members Talk Back

An Open Letter of Thanks to Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists Members and Denver Area Geologists

Title: An Open Letter of Thanks to Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists Members and Denver Area Geologists Publication: The Outcrop, September 2001, p. 12 The Wyoming Geological Association has completed and started distributing the Powder River Basin 2000 field Symposium, a premier basin source of data for conventional oil and gas fields and coalbed methane. Every one … More An Open Letter of Thanks to Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists Members and Denver Area Geologists