Geology Documentary Features RMAG Members

Title: Geology Documentary Features RMAG Members Publication: The Outcrop, March 2007, p. 20 The recently released film entitled “Geo Families” is a unique interview-based documentary that looks into the culture and personality of geologists using stories, comments and reflections from seven different geological families. Designed for all ages, “Geo Families” aims to entertain and educate geologists … More Geology Documentary Features RMAG Members

The Paradox Basin Revisited – New Developments in Petroleum Systems and Basin Analysis: RMAG Special Publication

Title: The Paradox Basin Revisited – New Developments in Petroleum Systems and Basin Analysis: RMAG Special Publication, edited by William S. Houston, Laura L. Wray, and Peter G. Moreland Publication: The Outcrop, December 2009, p. 13, 15-16 Introduction The long-awaited Special Publication on the Paradox Basin of southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah is now available from RMAG. … More The Paradox Basin Revisited – New Developments in Petroleum Systems and Basin Analysis: RMAG Special Publication

Mountain Geologist Editor Recognized

Title: Mountain Geologist Editor Recognized Publication: The Outcrop, October 2009, p. 30 Barbara Luneau, having completed four years as volunteer Executive Editor for the Mountain Geologist journal, has stepped aside with the July 2009 issue. Barbara worked with several co-authors during this time including Mark Longman, Susan Landon, and Lyn Cantor. Together with several special issue … More Mountain Geologist Editor Recognized

Copyrights, Ethics, and Use of RMAG Publications

Title: Copyrights, Ethics, and Use of RMAG Publications Author: Mark Longman Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 10-11 Have you ever used a figure or text from an RMAG publication in a presentation of some sort and wondered whether you should get permission from the RMAG to use that information? It seems that some people … More Copyrights, Ethics, and Use of RMAG Publications

ENSO ALERT: El Nino Ahead?

Title: ENSO ALERT: El Niño Ahead? Publication: The Outcrop, October 2001, p. 17 NOAA’s Climate Diagnostic Bulletin (7/2001) notes accelerated sea surface temperature warming in the central Pacific and forecasts a mild El Niño event for the winter of 2001-2002. Recent El Niño events (1991-92, 1994-95 and 1997-98) shifted the Pacific Jet stream southward, changed … More ENSO ALERT: El Nino Ahead?

Special Issue of The Mountain Geologist Receives Endorsement

Title: Special Issue of The Mountain Geologist Receives Endorsement Publication: The Outcrop, August 2001, p. 7 Dr. Ralph Chapman, who is affiliated with the National Museum of Natural History of the Smithsonian Institution, has recommended the June 2001 Dinosaur Ridge special issue of The Mountain Geologist to his colleagues. This issue was edited by Martin Lockley and Andrew … More Special Issue of The Mountain Geologist Receives Endorsement

Dinosaur Ridge: Special June Issue of The Mountain Geologist

Title: Dinosaur Ridge: Special June Issue of The Mountain Geologist Publication: The Outcrop, May/June 2001, p. 17 The June issue of The Mountain Geologist is a special issue devoted to Dinosaur Ridge. Edited by Martin Lockley and Andrew Taylor, it features six manuscripts plus an introduction that highlight recent research in the Dinosaur Ridge area (west … More Dinosaur Ridge: Special June Issue of The Mountain Geologist

Board of Directors Meetings, January & February 2001

Title: Board Reports Author: Sue Cluff, RMAG Secretary Publication: The Outcrop, April 2001, p. 14 February Board Meeting Membership is at 1,666 as of 2/15/2001 (including 42 new members) as compared with 1,630 a year ago. 176 subscriptions of the Mountain Geologist have been renewed. The 3D Symposium is almost full and sponsorship and donationS … More Board of Directors Meetings, January & February 2001