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* 2018 “Pore characteristics and dominant controlling factors of overmature shales: A case study of the Wangyinpu and Guanyintang Formations in the Jiangxi Xiuwu Basin,” [[Fenglin Gao]], [[Yan Song]], [[Zhuo Li]], [[Zhenxue Jiang]], [[Zhiye Gao]], [[Xinxin Zhang]], [[Lei Chen]], and [[Qingxin Liu]]
  
 
* 2017 [ Time-variant wavelet extraction with a local-attribute-based time-frequency decomposition for seismic inversion”] [[Rui Zhang]] and [[Sergey Fomel]]
 
* 2017 [ Time-variant wavelet extraction with a local-attribute-based time-frequency decomposition for seismic inversion”] [[Rui Zhang]] and [[Sergey Fomel]]

Latest revision as of 00:31, 29 September 2019

The Best Paper in Interpretation is selected by the Editorial Board for consideration as a candidate for the award. Recognized minimum requirements are permanent interest, form and readability, and potential for the advancement of the geophysical profession.

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  • 2017 [ Time-variant wavelet extraction with a local-attribute-based time-frequency decomposition for seismic inversion”] Rui Zhang and Sergey Fomel