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[[Glenn S. Sasagawa]], [[Wayne C. Crawford]], [[Ola Eiken]], [[Scott Nooner]], [[Torkjell Stenvold]],
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[[Glenn S. Sasagawa]], [[Wayne C. Crawford]], Ola Eiken, [[Scott Nooner]], [[Torkjell Stenvold]],
 
and [[Mark A. Zumberge]] received the 2003 SEG [[Best Paper]] in Geophysics Award for their
 
and [[Mark A. Zumberge]] received the 2003 SEG [[Best Paper]] in Geophysics Award for their
 
paper ''A new sea-floor gravimiter.'' <ref> Sasagawa, G.S., et al. (2003) [http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/1.1567223 A new sea‐floor gravimeter], ''Geophysics'', 68(2) p. 544.</ref>
 
paper ''A new sea-floor gravimiter.'' <ref> Sasagawa, G.S., et al. (2003) [http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/1.1567223 A new sea‐floor gravimeter], ''Geophysics'', 68(2) p. 544.</ref>
  
== Biography 2003 <ref> Contributors, ''Geophysics'' vol68 n.2 p.771. </ref> ==
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== Biography 2003 ==
Ola Eiken received a graduate degree (1981) and a PhD (1990) in geophysics from
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Ola Eiken received a graduate degree (1981) and a PhD (1990) in geophysics from the University of Bergen, Norway. he worked with seismic exploration in arctic Norway as a researcher for the University of Bergen. From 1998 to 1990 he had a visiting scholarship at Bundesanstalt fur Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe in Hanover, Germany.<ref> Contributors, ''Geophysics'' vol68 n.2 p.771. </ref> From 1991 to 2013 he was employed by Statoil, where he held various exploration, operation and production positions before working more than a decade on geophysical reservoir monitoring at the research center in Trondheim. Since 2014 he has been CEO of Quad Geometrics Norway. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, AGU, SPE and NGF.
the University of Bergen, Norway. he worked with seismic exploration in arctic
 
Norway as a researcher for the University of Bergen. From 1998 to 1990 he had a
 
visiting scholarship at Bundesanstalt fur Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe in  
 
Hanover, Germany. Since 1991 he has been employed by Statoil, where, for the past
 
six years, he has worked on geophysical reservoir monitoring at the research
 
center in Trondheim. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, and NGF.
 
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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Glenn S. Sasagawa, Wayne C. Crawford, Ola Eiken, Scott Nooner, Torkjell Stenvold, and Mark A. Zumberge received the 2003 SEG Best Paper in Geophysics Award for their paper A new sea-floor gravimiter. [1]

Biography 2003

Ola Eiken received a graduate degree (1981) and a PhD (1990) in geophysics from the University of Bergen, Norway. he worked with seismic exploration in arctic Norway as a researcher for the University of Bergen. From 1998 to 1990 he had a visiting scholarship at Bundesanstalt fur Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe in Hanover, Germany.[2] From 1991 to 2013 he was employed by Statoil, where he held various exploration, operation and production positions before working more than a decade on geophysical reservoir monitoring at the research center in Trondheim. Since 2014 he has been CEO of Quad Geometrics Norway. He is a member of SEG, EAGE, AGU, SPE and NGF.

References

  1. Sasagawa, G.S., et al. (2003) A new sea‐floor gravimeter, Geophysics, 68(2) p. 544.
  2. Contributors, Geophysics vol68 n.2 p.771.