The AAPG Distinguished Lecture Program Presents Michael Hudec

Now available for streaming, the fourth video presentation in the AAPG Distinguished Lecture program features Michael Hudec and his presentation, Evolution of the Salina del Bravo, Mexico: The Bravo Trough, Sigsbee Canopy and Perdido Fold Belt.

Hudec is a senior research scientist with the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas. His research focuses on salt tectonics in the Salina del Bravo region of Mexico.

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Now available for streaming, the fourth video presentation in the AAPG Distinguished Lecture program features Michael Hudec and his presentation, Evolution of the Salina del Bravo, Mexico: The Bravo Trough, Sigsbee Canopy and Perdido Fold Belt.

Hudec is a senior research scientist with the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas. His research focuses on salt tectonics in the Salina del Bravo region of Mexico.

Also be sure to watch Digging Deeper, a complementary podcast with Michael Hudec, where he discusses his career and his research with Vern Stefanic, AAPG's director of Programs and Administration.

Both the presentation and the interview are available for streaming directly from AAPG's Distinguished Lecture program page.

To enhance the "virtual DL experience," you can schedule a live webinar chat or Q-and-A session with DL speaker Michael Hudec and meet with him online. Contact a Programs Coordinatoryubfayed or learn more about how to arrange a DL webinar session. DL webinar sessions are subject to the speaker's availability.

Coming soon - the next DL video release featuring Irene Arango!

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