"GSA's collaboration with Geofacets meets a core society mission," said Jack Hess, Executive Director of GSA. "As a geoscience non-profit, our goal is not just to publish geoscience research, but to serve the global community through the discovery and application of this research. By joining Elsevier and many other societies on the Geofacets platform, we simplify the work of the geoscientist, expand the reach of our content, and make our research as useful and accessible as possible to professional-practice geoscientists."
"We are extremely pleased to be able to deliver GSA's highly-regarded geological content to our global geoscientist user community. Industry focus is increasing in key regions such as North America, particularly for unconventional exploration opportunities and GSA's content helps make Geofacets all the more powerful in helping geoscientists assess and validate the most promising exploration opportunities for their business," said Phoebe McMellon, Senior Product Manager of Geofacets at Elsevier. "Ultimately, our collaboration with GSA accomplishes Elsevier's continued objective to provide a uniquely comprehensive and innovative solution that provides insights for rigorous scientific analyses, giving companies a real advantage in the high-risk and competitive world of natural resource exploration."
The GSA module for Geofacets is available immediately. Elsevier will be demonstrating Geofacets at an exclusive cocktail reception for Houston-based geoscientists working in the oil & gas industry on October 3rd in Houston. Register via elsevier.com/geofacets-houston
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