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== SEG [[Best Paper]] in ''Geophysics'' Award 1972 ==
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== SEG Best Paper in ''Geophysics'' Award 1972 ==
 
[[G. G. Walton]] received the SEG [[Best Paper]] in ''Geophysics'' Award for his paper ''Three-dimensional seismic method.''<ref> Walton, G. G. (1972), [http://www.crossref.org/iPage?doi=10.1190%2F1.1440268 ''Three-dimensional seismic method''], ''Geophysics'' 37(3):417.</ref>
 
[[G. G. Walton]] received the SEG [[Best Paper]] in ''Geophysics'' Award for his paper ''Three-dimensional seismic method.''<ref> Walton, G. G. (1972), [http://www.crossref.org/iPage?doi=10.1190%2F1.1440268 ''Three-dimensional seismic method''], ''Geophysics'' 37(3):417.</ref>
  
 
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== Biography ==
 
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'''George G. Walton''' received an A.B. degree in Geology from DePauw University in 1933. Since 1934 he has been employed by the Carter Oil Company. He spent some years
== Biography 1955 <ref> Contributors, ''Geophysics'' 37(3)</ref> ==
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in foreign work as computer and party chief working in Hungary, Roumania, Peru and France. He is now located in the Carter Tulsa offices as a senior geophysicist. Mr. Walton is a member of the Tulsa Geophysical Society and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
'''George G. Walton''' received an A.B. degree in Geology
 
from DePauw University in 1933. Since 1934 he has been
 
employed by the Carter Oil Company. He spent some years
 
in foreign work as computer and party chief working in
 
Hungary, Roumania, Peru and France. He is now located in
 
the Carter Tulsa offices as a senior geophysicist.
 
Mr. Walton is a member of the Tulsa Geophysical
 
Society and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
 
  
 
== References ==
 
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Revision as of 14:05, 16 October 2014

George Walton
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SEG Best Paper in Geophysics Award 1972

G. G. Walton received the SEG Best Paper in Geophysics Award for his paper Three-dimensional seismic method.[1]

Biography

George G. Walton received an A.B. degree in Geology from DePauw University in 1933. Since 1934 he has been employed by the Carter Oil Company. He spent some years in foreign work as computer and party chief working in Hungary, Roumania, Peru and France. He is now located in the Carter Tulsa offices as a senior geophysicist. Mr. Walton is a member of the Tulsa Geophysical Society and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.

References

  1. Walton, G. G. (1972), Three-dimensional seismic method, Geophysics 37(3):417.