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An Editorial Thanks
It is with mixed emotions that this edition of The PEGG has been put to bed. After nine years, I have chosen to step down as Editor of The PEGG and to pursue independent options within writing, editing and publication management.
I could not leave without sharing some thoughts and without
thanking PEGG readers, contributors, and the many talented engineers and
geoscientists who have been the focus of The PEGG's coverage. For almost
a decade, I have been privileged as an editor and writer to meet numerous
professionals. Without exception, they have displayed enormous pride and
enthusiasm about their work and professional activities. With patience
and co-operation, they have shared the stories of what they do. These
are the stories of what makes Alberta tick and how the efforts and insights
of engineers, geologists and geophysicists have made this province not
only a safer but also a more prosperous place.
Too often the creativity and the genius of our engineers, geologists
and geophysicists don't receive the recognition that's deserved. The PEGG
attempts in some way to right the balance by telling stories that remind
readers that there are real people behind the technology. Bringing you
these stories has brought me genuine satisfaction.
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