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The geophysical side of our business continues in the doldrums, epitomized in some recent society meetings this editor has attended. The June EAGE (Europe’s Geoscientists/Engineers) meeting, held in Stavanger, drew 3,215 people – about par for that show. The mood was upbeat except for one day when the sun came out and proved that sunlight and a giant rubber tent do not mix (temperatures inside were above 90°F, and people and equipment had to shut down). It helped that Stavanger – a great venue – was an oilfield town.

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