• September 2015

    The Corpus Christi Geological Society has been in existence for over 70 years. In this 70 year history there has never been a repeat President! Yet, I reluctantly agreed to be President again because I felt it would be an excellent “precedent” to set for these difficult times. In these difficult times all of the […]

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  • May 2015

    Well, here we are at the close of another successful year for the CCGS. It is truly an honor to have served as your President. I have been involved in the society since 2002. I thought I had a pretty good idea of how everything worked, but this year has been enlightening. We have a […]

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  • April 2015

    Happy April to you. Has it been raining since September? It sure feels like it. Lately, I’ve been covered up with work duties, and parenting. That being said, this month I will get strait to the details. The luncheon speaker for this month is Richard Adams of Carr Resources. Please join us April 15th for his talk on […]

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  • March 2015

    Spring is here. Well, not officially. The true first day of spring is March 20th, but the weather down here in Corpus Christi is spectacular. That is not the case for our friends living in the North East. My wife and I have relatives in Michigan, and I can report that Mother Nature has not been nice to […]

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  • Feburary 2015

    The Corpus Christi Geological Society will be hosting Collegiate Month February 18th for our monthly luncheon meeting. I am eager to hear from our local colleges as they report on the status and direction of their geoscience programs. This event can only strengthen the relationship between our local colleges and the member societies. The CCGS/CBGS members make […]

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  • January 2015

    Happy New Year from the CCGS! I trust everyone had a wonderful Christmas and is looking forward to 2015. We have a great schedule of events in 2015. This month on January 21st we will have Lei Zhang with Schlumberger down to give us a talk on “Seismic Inversion to Reservoir Simulation”. Upcoming events are […]

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  • December 2014

    The Holidays are here! It is funny how these things can sneak up on you. The last month has been a whirlwind for me both personally and professionally. Just recently I’ve had the opportunity to take my blinders off, and I look up to find Christmas trees and Holiday decorations going up everywhere. My inbox […]

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  • November 2014

    Thank you to those who came out to hear Ken Williams from Halliburton give a very thought provoking talk on barostratigraphy. I really enjoyed hearing him speak, and I am thankful that I could walk away with a new tool to help with my craft. This month Tony Hauglum with Riviera Exploration will give us […]

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  • October 2014

    Thanks to all the CCGS volunteers and the staff of Howard’s BBQ we had another successful Annual Kickoff Event. I hope everyone enjoyed the new venue, and had a chance to catch-up with friends and colleagues. Thank you to Baker for sponsoring the “refreshments” and Core Lab for sponsoring our students. It was great to […]

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  • September 2014

    Welcome to the 2014-2015 Corpus Christi Geological Society’s New Year. It is truly an honor to be serving as President. It seems just a short while ago, I was passing out resumes at a monthly luncheon looking for my first job in the “real world”. The society has been a blessing to me, and was […]

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