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Multiple lists of Charter or Founding Members of the SEG exist.

The Charter Members of SEG

On 11 March 1930, the Society of Economic Geophysicists was founded by 30 geoscientists at the University Club in Houston. Donald C. Barton was elected president, E. E. Rosaire vice president, and John F. Weinzierl secretary treasurer. The Society's Constitution and Bylaws were adopted on 20 May by the following charter members:

D. C. Barton, L. W. Blau,E. E. Blondeau, D. P. Carlton, L. G. Christie, Henry C. Cortes, Helmut Dorsch, J. Brian Eby, D. G. Emrick, Eugene Fekete, Helmer Hedstrom, Christian Iden, A. I. Innes, Fritz Kaselitz, A. D. Kerns, J. E. LaRue, O. C. Lester Jr., W. H. Mannes, Eugen Merten, E. E. Rosaire, Russell F. Ryan, J. P. Schumacher, A. L. Smith, M. Elisabeth Stiles, A. D. Storm, Olaf F. Sundt, Raoul Vajk, John F. Weinzierl, L. H. Williams, and B. O. Winkler.

The 1946 SEG Year Book lists 46 Founding Members of SEG.[1]

Founding members of SEG

References

  1. Clark, D. (2005). ”The 1930s, the first decade.” The Leading Edge, 24(3), 240-241. doi: 10.1190/1.1895305