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== [[Honorable Mention (Geophysics)]] 2010 ==
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[[William Dragoset]], [[Eric Verschuur]], [[Ian Moore]], [[Richard Bisley]] received a 2010 [[Honorable Mention (Geophysics)]] for their paper ''A perspective on 3D surface-related multiple elimination.''<ref> Dragoset, W., et. al. (2010) [http://www.crossref.org/iPage?doi=10.1190%2F1.3475413 ''A perspective on 3D surface-related multiple elimination,'']
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''Geophysics'',75(5):75A245</ref>
  
  
 
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== Biography 2010<ref>''Contributors, GEOPHYSICS'' Sep 2010, Vol. 75, No. 5, pp. 75A297-75A300</ref> ==
  
 
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and recently completed a two-year secondment to Schlumberger Cambridge Research Center. His research interests span
 
and recently completed a two-year secondment to Schlumberger Cambridge Research Center. His research interests span
 
all aspects of seismic data processing, especially multiple and noise attenuation,
 
all aspects of seismic data processing, especially multiple and noise attenuation,
signal processing, and interpolation
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signal processing, and interpolation.
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== References ==
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Latest revision as of 12:55, 3 July 2014

Ian Moore
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PhD university Leeds University

Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 2010

William Dragoset, Eric Verschuur, Ian Moore, Richard Bisley received a 2010 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper A perspective on 3D surface-related multiple elimination.[1]


Biography 2010[2]

Ian Moore joined Western Geophysical as a research geophysicist in 1996, having completed a degree at Cambridge and a Ph.D. at Leeds University in mathematics. Initially based in London, he later moved to Australia and recently completed a two-year secondment to Schlumberger Cambridge Research Center. His research interests span all aspects of seismic data processing, especially multiple and noise attenuation, signal processing, and interpolation.

References

  1. Dragoset, W., et. al. (2010) A perspective on 3D surface-related multiple elimination, Geophysics,75(5):75A245
  2. Contributors, GEOPHYSICS Sep 2010, Vol. 75, No. 5, pp. 75A297-75A300