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Search and Discovery Award
The John W. Shelton Search and Discovery Award is given at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists in recognition of the best contribution posted to the "Search and Discovery" in the previous calendar year.


Structure and Petroleum Habitat of the Pay Khoy-Novaya Zemlya Foreland Fold Belt, Timan Pechora, Russia, Konstantin Sobornov, #10554 (2013).


Eagle Ford Reservoir Characterization from Multisource Data Integration, N. Basu, G. Barzola, H. Bello, P. Clarke, and O. Viloria, #80234 (2012).


Characterization of the Bakken System of the Williston Basin from Pores to Production; The Power of a Source Rock/Unconventional Reservoir Couplet, Anne Grau and Robert H. Sterling, #40847 (2010).


Tracking the Migration of Salt Diapirs Using Halokinetic Sequence Stratigraphy, Katherine Giles, #40534 (2010).


The Evolving Exploration of the Subsalt Play in the Offshore Gulf of Mexico, Dwight "Clint" Moore and Robert O. Brooks, #60021 (2009).


Paul M. (Mitch) Harris received the inaugural (2008) Award for the outstanding contribution of 53 articles; e.g.,
Geologic Framework for the Tengiz and Korolev Fields, Kazakhstan — Carboniferous Isolated Carbonate Platforms, by Paul M. (Mitch) Harris, #20060 (2008).